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GIVEN LIBERTY Jlartfcrtrd DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS v i KtmMani OF OHIO COUNTY OF ALL THE PEOPLE Subscription $1 per Yar No. 52 TERRELL LET OUT AS COMMISSIONER HAS DONE GOOD WORK FOR BET- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1916. " PRISONERS ARE CARHAN7.A MEETS ONE OF TUB DEMANDS MADE IIY TUB TER UNITED STATES. ROA"DS BUT STANLEY MEN ARE DOUBTFUL. PREPARATIONS CONTINUE Wiir Iess Imminent Hut Crisis Still tirnvo Unless Tret Inn Order Aio Revoked. R. WILEY IS APPOINTED Georgetown Man Git en. Position As Head of Depnrtmcnt-Tcrrc- U Is Liked by People' Frankfort, Ky.,.Juno 28. Rodman (Washington, Juno 28. An Irame-tflat- o Wiley, of Georgetown, was appointed break betweon the United State Road Commissioner by Governor Stanley today. glutei niul the lo fncto government m oU Mexico has been averted by Mr. Wiley has been chief bridgo with the American demand engineer under R. C. Terrell, whom troopCor release of the twenty-thre- e he succeeds. ers captured In tho fight at Carrlzal. Cantrlll For Governor. Whether a stato of war has been J. Campbell Cantrlll, for next Govprevented or merely postponed no ernor of Kentucky, Is said to bo tha one hero would attempt to say to- plan decided on by the wing of tho Ailght Olllclal Information as to tho Democratic party now in power la was lackattitude of Gen. Carranza the .State. This Information was diing Until his responso to Secretavulged within the past few days by Sunry Lansing's note, dispatched II. COMPANY KENTUCKY NATIONAL GUARD. politicians allied with the Stanley-Cantr-lll day, making two peremptory and disTho above photograph was taken of II Company, K. N. G., located at Hartford, at the Orell encampment In 1911. Several of the boys, howfaction, making the InformaIs received there will tinct demands ever, are still with the company and are at Ft. Thomas awaiting orders to proceed to the Mexican border where they are likely to see somo tion as accurate as any forecast liu no decision 'on whether President real Service. The Republican has a special correspondent with the company and we will give our readers tho news of the home boys weekly. three years ahead of an event catf Wilson shall lay the crisis beforo be. Congress. Every move that is being made by year. 'Two other Kentucklans, who be heard above the roar of the enBrings Relief. are here, are candidates for the same the branch of the party, generally wheels HARTFORD FIRM gine and the grinding of the News of the release of tho prison- SOLDIERS LEAVE is to position. They are John W. New- recognized as the ultra-we- t, and the green flag on the tall of the in press ers, received early man, of Versailles, former Commis- strengthen the position of Congressto wave in harmony j train seemed dispatches, brought undisguised reAgriculture of Kentucky, man Cantrlll and prime him for the PAYS LARGE SUM sioner of THOMAS with the stars and stripes In the FOR lief to high officials. It was acceptand W. L. Threlkeld, of Lexing- gubernatorial contest in 1919. The hands of the girls on the platform as correct, although no announceed first move was to make Cantrlll State ton. until lost from view In the darkness, ment had come through official The new law provides that tho chairman of the Democratic forces boys were off. sources. Moreover it was assumed AMONGST WAVERING BANNERS and tho W. E. ELLIS & URO., DISTRIBUTES Federal Farm Loan Board to be es- for the, .coming Presidential campToo much can not be said for H that Carranza, Impressed with ""the 51,392.83 AMONG POULTRY AND ENCOURAGING CIJEERS tablished in Washington as a bureau aign.-'. This was done by Governor company. They are a urgency of tho situation had orderRAISERS. , CO. TAftSFIRS'TSTEP ' of the Treasury Department shall Stanley and his organization. II bunch and at no time during their r" ed tho captured cavalrymen started consist of five members, including ,'&n4mportant element in promptcamping in Hartford did they confor tho border without waiting for the Secretary of the Treasury, the ing Jthe Cantrlll cause is said to be duct themselves 'In anything but a his announcement of tho action to Of the four the removal today of Robert C. Tergentlemanly manner. They appre- INDUSTRY SHOWS v GAIN chairman reach Washington. A PATRIOTIC FAREWELL ciate tho demonstration given them, members to be appointed by the Pres- rell, Road Commissioner. Although Is Jonce.ded that While It generally ident, noUJjjha.nw&shaUjbe ap- Terrell hasjdone recognizedly good and the people of Ohio county realthis move lessens tensloattrmakes" pointed from one political party and work in the field, ond hia' retention Ohio County Farmers Beginning to the crisis less Imminent, no one con- Citizens of Hartford and Heaver ize their value. each shall devote his entire time to in office is desired by the good roads' Lieut. Shown did not accompany Realize the Importance of Poulversant with tho grave problem Is Dam Linger nt Depot Until Green the business of the board. In addi- promoters of the State, he has been the boys to Fort Thomas but will try Raising us n Side Line. losing sight of the fact that the Flags Fade From View. tion to the salary traveling expenses let out. The professional politicians spend several days in Hartford requestion of Carranza's atfeel uncertain of Mr. Terrell, because compaare allowed. cruiting before Joining the titude toward the American expedihe is a brother of Claude Terrell, ny. tion across tho border to protect tho According to figures furnished us Speaker' of the House of RepresentaLANGLEY URGES HERT FOR Amongst Wavering Banners of territory and citizens of tho United by Mr. W. E. Ellis of the firm of W. "WAR TIME WEDDING" PLACE WITH COMMITTEE tives for two sessions, defeated in the States from bandit outrages remains Stars and Stripes and the farewell primary last August by a Stanley IN GRAYSON COUNTY E. Ellis & Bro produce merchants unsettled. If tho do facto govern- j shouts, not from the throats of of this city f51.392.83, was distribman. Washington, June 28. RepresenJ ment stands upon the orders to Gen. women, girls, men, boys or children, Leitchfleld, Ky., June 28. James uted among the farmers and poultry tative John W. Langley, of Kentucky, Importance of Office. to attack Pershing's men but from hundreds of proven pa- McCormack, a member of the local raisers of Ohio,-- Logan, Breckenridge, Trevlno office returned today from New York where The road commissioner's loaded when they move otherwise than to- triots, the first automobile company of the National Guard, and Hancock, Grayson, Daviess, McLean, he had two conferences by appoint may be made to assume great importho border, tho situation actu- with men of the local company of ward Miss Mettle Heldt were married here Muhlenburgh and Warren counties ally Is Just what It was before, ex- Guards swung around the corner of last night. Mr. McCormick came by the above firm between January 1 ment with Charles E. Hughes, Re- tance in the contruction of a politipublican candidate for President. Ho cal machine. With the annual incept that there now Is a possibility i Main and Washington streets Wed and June 1. A large per cent of this loalso had conferences with Frank H. crease of funds into this office did nesday night about eight o'clock and herefrom Owensboro to join the of diplomatic negotiation that cal company and ho and his sweet- sum was spent in Ohio county. Hitchcock, National Chairman Wil- through various sources, it has grown not exist whilo tho Americans were the first step of the march to the heart decided to be married before The farmers of Ohio and adjoining cox and others prominent in Re- from one whose function was merefollowed border was taken. Others hold prisoners at Chihuahua. counties are beginning to realize tho to tho front. publican managerial circles. ly informative to one charged with immediately and soon no sign of Un- he was ordered Preparations Continue. 4 Importance and profits of poultry Mr. Langley went to,New York pri- the administration of ties. The Tho preparations of tho United cle Sam's khaki was visible on the raising as a side line and it Is expectMACHINE GUNS marily to urge the appointment of road superintendents will be reStates for war will go steadily fors streets of Hartford. ed that there will be more chickens Hert, of Louisville, National garded as the intermediaries through Only a few minutes before their ward. There will bo no InterrupAntonio For marketed hero next year than ever Tobo - departure tho boys had been the Will Ue Sent to San Committeeman, as a member of the which the county political organization of the rush of National GuardsKentucky Guard. before in the history of tho industry. campaign committee which will ditions can be controlled by promises ,men to tho border and Gen. Funston guests at a reception on the court A drive through the rural districts rect the Republican national cam- of favors in road building. The supervlll contlnuo disposing of tho forces house lawn given In their honor by Washington, D. C, June 28. Or- will bear out this statement as in under his command as though he ex- tho young ladles and boys of Hart ders for the immodlato shipment to most every barn yard a largo flock paign. He urged the Importance of intendents, however, must be hana strong drive to carry Kentucky, dled through the road commissioner, pected Immediate nttack from tho ford. Puncn ana coko was sorvea San Antonio of four machine guns of the fowls may bo seen. which, he told Candidate Hughes.has and Mr. Cantrill's friends want tholr. by Hartford's fairest and the local for uso of the First Regiment, KenMexicans. Poultry raisers In this section aro twenty-own man on this Job. boys who are not going to the front tucky National Guard, were issued also using moro science in caring for gone Republican five times In one years. He came away conWELCOMES The delay In tho removal of Mr. present stepped aside socially and HIUDGEHAMPTON at y by tho War Department tholr flocks than heretofore andtho HUGHES TO SUMMER HOME did all they could to makq .the .men through efforts of Representative setting hen ,1s coming in for her part vinced that Hert stands a good show Terrell is said to have been due tcr being selected. He also believes a division in tho camp of Gov. StanIn khaki enjoy the hour before, floyen Swagcr Shcrloy. This action by the of the attention given the live things of that Hughes will be heard from a ley. Some of the members of tho Brldgohampton, N. Y.. Juno 2D. thirty. Cigars were passed around Louisville Congressman removes tho of tho farm. great deal on tho Btump. State administration desired tho reTho llttlo town of llrldgehampton arid Supt. OznaShults was asked to' Instestlgo of, doubt that Col. CoFollowing is a table showing the 9 tention of Terrell, Tiut tho friends of welcomed Charles B. Hughes to his make a short talk beforo tho ranks lston's men will havo their machine pounds of poultry bought In tho Cantrlll, notably Tom Pannell, apRADIUM GIVEN Bummer homo last night with open of the company, which ho did with a gun company. above counties by W. E. Ellis & Dro 3 YUJJKS OF TO SECURE 8250,000 LOAN pointed cnmpalgn sccrotary; Hcuty arms Tremenden, the home of hU careful selection of appropriate re Representative Sherloy also took ninco Janunrv 1. 1916: B. Hlncs, of Bowling Greon, and othwhich the nom-Ini- 'o marks. wife's brother-in-laBteps through Secretary of War Da- - Hens 311,354 lbu. will occupy, was decorated with When It became known that the ker tp oxpodlto the movement of the ' Cocks Chicago, III.. Juno 20. Strangest ers Insisted on Terrell's removal. : ,27,5c! lbs. llugR rompany was to "hlko" to Beaver "Fighting First" to tho bordor, and j Gntlii'lglit'8 Warning. 3,804 lbs. and yet tho most valua"blo security Ducks Hughes with, Dam patriotism began boiling and A village crowd met offered for a loan, three tubes position pays a,uu0 a year. Tho 3,154 lbs, over it is ossured that within n few days ( Geese nutoinohllPH at tho station and es- acting upon tho Invitation tho followboys will ue on tneir .Turkeys G.41G lbs of radium, w?re given as collateral Soveral days ago, In a speech before to a ing automobile owners offered their the Louisville corted him down Main street for' $25000 on four years mortage the Jackson Highway Association, way. commemorating the ears and drivers, and they are not mouuinont Jesse N. Gathrigut, of this city, The machine guns for tho First 352,278 lbs. notes today. Total town's 250 anniversary, where ho likely to be soon forgotten by tho Kentucky were obtained by Mrv. Shor-leTho loan was negotiated by tho warned tho good joads peoplo to get Total amount paid to farmer, boys who will get plenty of tho '.'hlk-ing- " was welcomed to tho community, desplto tho requests from all sec Total cost delivered In Now Continental and Commercial Trust busy, as he believed that the conHughes thanked the villagers for stuff on tl& border: G. W, tions of tho country for similar York, 165,080.98. and Savings Bank and the Physic- trol of tho roads would become a their kindness and asked them to re- Young, F. Stanley, Dr. C. DeWeeso, equipment, and their Immediate ship-- 1 ians' Radium Asboclatlon of Chicago. matter of politics within two weeks. gard him henceforth as a neighbor. Chlnn & Co., Lulllnger, A. D. Plum-me- r, 'inent to Gen. Fuuaton's headquar- - McCRHAltY CANDIDATE FOR Its purpose Is to furulsh for charit Ho stated that be had como to this Beaver Dam; II. E. Brown, ters ut San Antonio means that when Mrs. Hughes, who had preceded her 810,000 FEDERAL POSITION able purposes the use of radium In Conclusion after watching the situahusband here, drovo with him from Cooper'& Co., 2 cars; Dr. E. W. Ford, tho Louisville guardsmen aro start; medical treatment. tion closely tor soveral mouths. tho station and sat In tho automobile Hartford. As an example of the will- ed to the bordor their machine guns Washington, The political phase of tiio good Juno 27. Former Tho mortgage on the tubes of rad as ho addressed tho crowd. Tho nom- ingness of tho car owners and driv- will be shipped from San Antonio to Gov. James B. McCreary was a vlsl-th- e ium secures 250 notes for $1000 each roads movement, as hinted at by Mr. inee then went directly to Tremen- ers tho last three men to leavo HartHe and each note matures In four years Gathrlght, Is bolleved to be as outtor on Capitol Hill point where thoy are detailed. I den, whoro he will romaln in seclu- ford wore met by three automobiles. per cent Interest. looked In on the Senate during its de- - at 3 lined above, by persons close to the He expects to visit sion tomorrow. Several hundred peoplo bid fare MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED purpose of the Physic- State administration. bate on the Sundry Civil Approprla"It Is the Now York early next week. m well to the boys in Hartford and SINCE OUR LAST REPORT tlon Bill, and afterward went over ians' Radium Association to acquire thorn v Notice to Teachers. many of them accompanied ';,. to the House where he spent several $500,000 worth of radium," said Dr. A competitive exarulna'tlon will be to Beaver Dam, where they Joined a In County Court. Jesse Slack, Narrows, to Unice Pol- - hours hobnobbing with members of William L. Baun. He is president of F. Taylor qualified throng of Beaver Dam citizens equal- lard, Narrows. and Albert Woelfel held in Hartford on Wednesday July Mrs. America the Kentucky delegation, the association 5, 191C, to determine the appointees Gov. McCreary will call at tho is secretary. as Administratrix of the estate of 0. ly as eager to encourage the fellows. . Frank Romans, Arnold, to Nettle Two special cars were at tho dispos- Albln. Arnold. pay his - "For the present the radium tubes to State University from Ohio county Taylor, deceased, on June 28. to White House C. Mack Hart, Beaver Dam, to Pearl respects to the President M. D. Ashhy was tried in County al of the company at Beaver Dam will be rented out to the physicians for the coming scholastic "year. Let all those desiring to take this on June 27th and adjudged a nad In them citizen and soldier Haden Splnka.'-HartforR. 2. Gov. McCreary is a candidate for to be used in medical cases," he went Court person of unsound mind or a lun- mixed until' the special train, carryDensle MInton, .Hartford, R. 2, .to appointment to be. a member of tho on. "When the rentals nave paw examination be present on the above Federal Farm Loan Board, under for the present supply more will be date. ate, and was committed to the West: ing the Hopklnsvllle company .arrlv-e- d OUIe Wright, Hartford, "llV'sP Sincerely yours, y tho $500,009 Kentucky- Asylum for the Inabout eleven o'clock. Cheering t E. W. .Duncan,.ewisburg',vKy.,' to the new rural credits law. u The po bought until ' OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C- I of both soldiers and citizens could Stella M. Daniel, Olato'n.1' J sltlon wlllay. a salary oJO.OOO a worth." sane. . ,-com-pllan- co i FT. good-looki- to-da- ..... '....' " y, $51,-392.8- 3. y. J ' ' ' I - 'we-hav- e . - , , ' he sot himself to tho task. He first to it that they lacked nothing in the W. H. FOREMAN DEAD gained the good will of some "friend way of liquid refreshments. HUMAN SIDE OF After a timo tho officers became ly" Arabs and spent a large part of his time with them, learning tholr talkative and commenced to boast of WAS AUTO VICTIM KITCHENER language, habits and customs. Final- of their exploits.and Burleigh kept his LORD while tho dinner ly ho dressed as a "friendly," sat on ears wide open out to "friendly," was still in progrcsr-sllppohis haunches smoked and ate and worshiped llko his room, dashed off a cablo dispatch SECOND DEATIJ.CAVSED BY ACCIDE-XUlAPI'BNING WEEK For Infanta and Childron. TRADITION THAT HE NKVKK them. Ho oven stained his skin and with tho details of tho Kitchener-Marchan- d AGO. imbroglio that had brought SMILKI) SIGNAIiliY DISI'ROV-K- N talked of making tho tour of Mecca. WEPT FOR GORDOX. In this gulso ho explored tho wholo France and Britain to. tho verge of war, and returned to his guests, who region as far south as Khartoum. had hardly noticed his brief absence. Loulsvillo, Ky., June 24. William How Ho Awed Tribesmen. Once when ho was In this strong- Again tho telegraph had a "beat" Marlon Foreman, 33, died yesterday WASBELOVEDBYHISMEN hold of the Khalifa, tho superman that astounded all Fleet Street, and at noon at the Norton Infirmary as a j result of tho Injuries he received who was tho successor of tho Mahdl, .again Lord Kitchener was raging. lWSi i Burleigh was per-sn- a when he was tn an automobilo which ih ft For a long time the reincarnation of Mahomet, ho was AVbbkftcpaiaJ" non grata with Lord Kitchener, overturned near Haysville, Ind. Soldier" Title Given to in the company of some Sheiks when "Soldiers' 1 cfcnaMnKHheMOuauuiu"; liO Dead Field Marshal by Ills Loyal r.1w:trml.vlKfllulDlW"I tho latter described a newly dis- but a reconciliation came about In an Grover Frltts, companion of Fore-. VvtfH ( uun H- """odd manner at tho timo when tho man, was burnod to death in the Command. covered attribute of tho Khalifa being attacked in Parlia- same accident. Foreman was taken tho ability to travel up or down tho latter was hill on the backs of crocodiles. Kit- ment for his alleged ruthless conduct from under tho car by farmers who diplomatically expressed his of tho war against the dervishes. A came to his aid. He was taken to u-. HCSsandltoLuamThere was a fradltlon In the Brit- chener .. doubts, and by so doing aroused the magazine writer had accused Lord Jasper, Ind., and later brought to Opiunulorpnmc vm.xu ish army that Lord Kitchener was PiAn-cox- i lire of the Sheika, who demanded to Kitchener of having permitted a Louisville In the hopo of saving his Nor .flujr.iiaazflffl unable to laugh. It Is of record, kind of an unbelieving nephew of Gen. Gordon to exhume life. however, that the great military know what to sever the head Foreman never regained his senses dog ho might bo who would deny tho the khalifa and TmmltiSteL chleftan whom tho British Empire is sufficiently to tell how the accident Jt$V. Khalifa may have wonderful pow- from the body. mourning was ablo to weep. JwlnS ers," said Lord Kitchener, "but I, It was charged that Lord Kitchen- occured Frltts was an automobilo It was the first Sunday after tho too, have great powers," and with body to be flung Into salesman for J. B. Spoed & Co., nnd er permitted the then Sirdar of tho Egyptian army had dislodged his artificial eye, tho Mill, Just as Gordon's body had the two wcro "making" Indiana "avenged Gordon" by killing 11,000 that ho 10 feet Into the air, caught been treated, and that tho head of towns on a business trip. wounding 10,000 and capturing 4,- - tossed It Foreman was born Iji Nelson Counand deftly replaced It. Tho astound- the successor of Mahomet had been 000 dervishes at tho battle of Omdur- Tho charges ty, nnd his family wero among the ed Sheiks promptly made their ob- shipped to England. 3o lVOTIuitUMu--- -r man. The avengers woro giving u w eisances to his newly discovered aroused all England and Lord Kitch- earliest settlers of tho Cox Creek :rjc'f IOSSOFSEEE1 Christian funeral to the Drltlsh superman, nnd thereafter the tribes He was a son of Dr. was sorely troubled. At this neighborhood. ener soldier who bad b'cen beheaded and jfccStafcSlgnataKof Wiley Foreman. Ho Is survived by man from the lower Nile region was Juncturo Burleigh came to Lord his body cast Into the Nile by the t?fc regarded with esteem sacred to that Kitchener's defense, declared that his wife, Mrs. Kntherlne Rcvollle aifanatical Khalifa 14 years before. bestowed on the Khalifa. two daughters, Julia and S the magazine article was a tissue of Foreman; tfSU .nCDwntCOMWs British and Egyptian troops wore In The "Correspondent's Enemy." falsehoods and produced proof that Marian, nnd a son, William Marlon very palace In which arraybefore tho More than anybody, Lord Kitchen- khalifa's tomb had not been disturb- Foreman, Jr. Tho funeral will bo 5"ri- Gordon spent his last hour, river irT7 er was responsible for the growth la ed. Tho attacks on Lord Kitchener held tomorrow afternoon at the res gunboats boomed salutes to tho In died down and Burleigh received the ldence, 340 Shawnee Drive. power of the newspaper censor British and Egyptian flags, a band the Mr. Foreman was well (Note.) times of war. When he began his thanks and renewed friendship of of Mahometan Sudanese played march toward Khartoun newspaper the "correspondents' enemy." It was known here having resided In HartChristian hymns, chaplains of four correspondents by the scores, the never definitely made known wheth- ford for some years. He will be best Exact Copy of Wraoper. prayed VONN CITT. denominations and read TMS CCNTAU4 COMMNT, Nl of them "free lances," went er the khalifa's head had been sent remembered as Moy. He was the psalms through it all Kitchener majority thither from England. All wanted to England the men who know do younger son of Dr. or Cnpt. W. M. stood in front of his staff, silent, Foreman, who also made this place to be "in at the death" of tho mahdl not caro to discuss the subject. motionless, like a marblo Image. and they made Lord Kitchener's life Rarely lu bitter warfare, such as his home for a numbor of years. Wept for Gordon. some days he sent that In upper Egypt, has there been Pipers men wailed a dirge, and as miserable. After home those who did not have proper an Incident such as occurcd after the Should Sloan's Liniment Go Along? the awlllug died out tho black, newspaper Of course it should! For after a Omderman, credentials and appointed where heathen. Soudanese band struck up an officer to censor the dispatches of real battle at gave a real British strenuous day when your muscles Lord Kitchener tiio favorite hymn of Gordon, "Abide military funeral for a slain tribes- have been exercised to tho limit an With Me." The cold Kitchener, the the remainder. n forces had application of Sloan's Liniment will After the battle of Omdurman ho man. The man who for 14 years had worked ordered three gunboats to go down finished cleaning the stragglers out tnko the soreness and stiffness away and fought to reach the goal made No Money to Atbara, the head of the of tho dirty town and Lord Kitchener and get you In fine shape for the sacred by the blood of his comrade, the river InAdvnnoe One and his staff were passing on horse- morrow. You should also uso it for railway and telegraph lines. Sntiaiao burst into tears. There was no afwas to carry his own official re- back through a suburb when, amid a sudden attack of toothache, stiff Hon Gunr fection there; tho tears were honest, boat neck, backache, stings, bites and the ports otthe battle, the second was snipers' bullets, they saw lying beanteed and they were honestly wiped away LowcufNet wounded and the third side tho road ahead of them a wound- many accidents that are Incidental to with the back of his sun tanned to take the Fa cf which was ordered to reach Atbara ed Mohumad pinned to earth by his a vacation. "Wo would as soon leave hand. Prices sssssSCBBTTIrrfttlK last, was to take, among other things dead horse. Tho dervish officer wore our baggago as to go on a vacation Lord Kitchener was distinctly a or camp without Sloan's Liniment." dispatches of the correspondents. over a gaily colored silk gibba a coat Terms A soldiers soldier. Tho troops who the Saving oi On the way to Atbara the gunboat of mall, exactly like those worn by Writes one vacationist: "We uso it served under him in tho field under8100 to carrying the Kitchener reports hit a the Crusaders. A helmet of shining for everything from cramps to tooth stood him and so called him cold, sand bank and was delayed eight steel, with n bar extending down ache." Put a bottle in your bag, be From FacP. A. STARCK cruel and heartless. The public ad2 tory Direct ESIOf NT hours. The boat with tho wounded over the nose and guards of steel prepared and have no regrets. mires a dress parade soldier; the m proceeded to its destignatlon and, chains over his shoulders, added to man In the ranks is devoted to an .BANK ROBBERS BUSY IN YOUR leaped a stoker tho novelty of the man's, uniform. officer who is a worklngman. Kitch- there, out of its hold, OWN HOME bearing a copy of Bennet Burleigh's Although man and horso lay prostener was a worklngman and, when Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 days' freo trial. In your eport of the battle. A few moments rate, the position of the rider and the Confiscate Automobile, Farmer Tied there was a necessity, ho worked home. No cash payment required. All wc ask Is that you will play upon, use To Tree. on its way to mount was so natural that Lord and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not nnd It the three shifts a day of eight hours later the report was highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you havo ever London with tho result that the Kitchener suspected a trap and halt seen for the money, you aro at perfec liberty to send It back, and we will. In that each. Wytheyllle, Va., June 23. Tho event, ray the freight both ways. T ti Starck Piano must make good with you, Dally Telegraph next morning had a ed at some distance. At that mom Thero was a time when he was a or there Is no sate. magnitude, while ent the Mohamad's eyes opened and Bank of Crocketts, at Crocketts, sev Hon in rage; at other times the poor- "beat" of the first Easy Payments en miles west of Wythevllle, was rob Sav $150.00 or Her the war office and the other newspap- rested full upon the bronzed handest soldier found In him a friend. Ton pay no cash down, but alter 80 diyi We ship direct to you from our factory, at bed by two men today-o- f ?4.400 in nothing. some Lord Kitchener. Whether that prim that save you upwards of $150.00 Id Jie or mil. jou can Degin payment on ine low. One of his angriest outbursts was ers had currency,- The cashier, Arthur at, easiest terms ever suggested by a piano cost of your piano. We guarantee to furnish Correspondent Forgiven. brief glimpse gave him the idea he manufacturer. These terms are arranged to ycu i better plana for the money than you ran after the relief of Mafeklng in the patron of tho bank, receiving sending was looking upon the revered khallpa Hounshell,,and a suit your convenience, and It Is possible for Burleigh's enterprise In Kcure eUewhere. You are assured of Boer war. Gen. Baden-Powe- ll you u buy a ptano tor your borne, without and a Roy Groseclose, were forced Into the a Mtlibctory sweet toned durable high grade on two gun- himself or whether It was the tribmiisfitg tnc money. piano. small force of British soldiers had duplicate dispatches f,. Leaving the town, the robQIaUGK boats gained for him great renown ute of a defeated foe to conqueror, vaults. OK.Yo3 Ciias-aa'ao-. been besieged In the little Rhodestan bers met .a farmer in an automobile. Naysr-Main England, but It displeased Lord the dervish chief suddenly twisted They 2nd -- Hand Bargains town for months. Their food supply Piano I are tied the Ettx Starck IS years, Starck Player-riatook tho machine, position, for We bare constantly on band tba best and most beautl. ?Mrantred was nearly exhausted and their pleas Kitchener to such an extent that ho himself into an upright farmer to a tree and drove off. has back a lanre number of slightly used ful rirer Pin- - on ths any correspondent brought his gloved hand to salute pianos of aU and of It our 33 years of piano g market. iou win De w for help became so that refused to permit to experience, and the repustandard makes tiken In exllzhted with the many exto accompany him Fashoda and for a brief moment, then fell over y new Starck I'lanoe change for Lord Kitchener in the tation of an Hon el Complaints in India. clusive features of these any officer who dead. The spectacle was so Inspiring The followresponsible piano bouse. and wonderful Instruments, and Orange Free Stato could resist no threatened to cashier In a lecture at one of the Des ing are a few sample bargains) will be pleased with the would give Information to any cor- so dramatic, that Lord Kitchener SO Free Muiio very liv prices at which longer, although he could HI spare SU0.00 Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary Weber they can be secured, am respondent. After the French flag and his staff, every one of whom had from Lessons 92.00 Stelnway tho men for a relief expedition. He told of going Into the in India Piano look Free 141- had been hauled down at Fashoda drawn revolvers when they saw the Chickerlng 90.03 To every purchaser of sent northward over the veldt his where he was taken Send today for our new Starck rianoe, we gise free Kimball re- dervish move, leaped 95.00 from their terior of India, piano music lessons, in one of old friend of Egyptian days, Brig.-Ge- and Lord Kitchener's staff had ChamStarck .......... 195.00 beautifully Illustrated you a Burleigh gave a horses and barred their heads in sick, that he had a bottle of book which gives the best known schools in Mahan, and a force of cavalry. turned to Cairo, berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlrrhoea larga amount of informaChicago. These lessons you Send for our latest complete dinner to which he Invited many of honor of tho fallen foe. Tho next Remedy with him and believed that tion regarding pianos. This can take In your own home, bargain list. MnfekiiiK Relieved. book by malL This represents will Interest and He seated all the off- day thero was a British military funtroop eluded tho wily Do Wet, the officers. pleaso you. write today. one year's free Instruction. Tho it saved his life. This remedy is used icers at one end of the table and saw eral for the dervish. 1313 Starck BldiJ.. CHICAGO ' P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. who gloated over, then bagged Just successfully In India both as a presuch expeditions by tho score, and ventive nnd cure for cholera. You A Hacking Cough Weakens tho Sysmay know from this that It can bo reached within 15 miles of Mafeklng tem. bewhen out toward them rode the depended upon for the milder forms Don't suffer with a hacking cough leaguered garrison, with Gen. Baden-Powe- ll occur in this complaint that has weakened your system get of bowel Obtainable that offiflng Gen. everywhere, m country. at its head and a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, Mahan a handful of cigars. When in uso over 40 years, and benefiting FORI) Gen. Mahan, after a wild return dash plno EMPLOYES OF all who use It, the soothing through Do Wet's lines, had reported Medicine Which Made SurPLANT TO LOSE JOBS balsam with tar heal the irritated air the detals of the "relief" of Gen. passages soothes tho raw spots, geon's Work Unnecessary. Boden-Powel- l, Lord Kitchener Detroit, Mich., Juno 23. Ford emloosens tho mucous and prevents ployes who volunteer to bear arms with a nolso that reached Astoria, N. Y. "For two years I racking tho body with coughing. Dr. almost from Bloemfontein to Prett was feeling ill and took all kinds of King's for the United States will lose their New Discovery induces nationics, i was orla. Jobs. Wlillo ;nost employers have every day. ural sleep and aids nature to euro guaranteed not only to give patriot"Fancy," was his exclamation, it 2 I had ch ;, my head you. ic workmqn'thelr old places when translated out of army language, Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can would uHo, I was at "fancy, calling for assistance of tho they return from fighting their coun- X always tired. I could give any reference desired. Call mo on Hartford not walk ctraight MACHINERY CHOKED whole- British army whore tlioro try's battles but have promised to because of the pain BY THREE LARGE FISH pay their salaries while they are In wasn't a Boer within C00 miles of Mill Co., 'plione, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. in my back aid I hod Mafeklng!" servicer Henry Ford's wo.rkmen wll I palna in my stomBedford, Ind., June 23. Finding ach. I went, to a If Lord Kitchener was beloved by noJiave a Job on their return, much . doctor and he said I tho machlney clogged at tho Southern less will Uicy recelso pay while fightwas regarded ns his soldiers, he must go under an Indiana Power Company's plaut at ing for tholr country. actually something more than human operation, but I did Williams, an Investigation was' made by tho dovishos of Egypt, and tho Ford superintendents refused to not rro. I read In tho Doner about by Engineer Floyd Bono, who found say If there aro any guardsmen em- We Knock the Spots Out of Things story of how ho caniu to bo placed only a stop below tho sacred Mahdl Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- tho trouble was caused by three luir ployed In the plants, but It Is known pound and told my husband about It. I got into tho wheels that soraGjaKenty-flve men of the by tho Ignorant, superstitious natives eaid I know nothing will help mo but I racnso catfish that I .. upper hill region gives an idea will try this.' I found myself improv- during the high water at the dam. militia areF.ord employe- sof tho of tho varisd experiences of tho sold ing from tho very first bottle, and in two As a result he caught three monster .. .No provision will be inado by Ford thtrty-on- o 6it timo and fdr their wB'es aild families. ier who went down with the Ilamp-1- - weeks heartvI was able towithdown hus Annies, ouo weighing e Fifty-fiv- e typewriters. Lescat a mv breakfast pounds, another thirty-threand French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a ahiro. In his early days in Egypt, band, which I had not done for two years. sons explained by Moving Picfifty-eigpounds. Sup6Hdr Manner. when he still was Herbert Kitchener, I am now in 'tho best of health and another How's This ? ture machine. Seven big De' us your Garments and Have tho plodding engineer officer, ho lost did not havo tho operation." Mrs. g, partments Shorthand, We oiler One Hundred Dollars Send John A'. Kounig, 502 Flushing Avenue. Forethought. Them ouo of his eyes through contact with ABtoria, N. Y. Telegraphy, Stetfotypy, any case of Catarrh Peoplo are. learning that a little Regard for a poisonous weed that grows along Every one dreads tho surgeon's knlfo Music, Primary Normal, ExCLEANED CLEAN that cannot be cured by Hall's and it became necessary to and tho operating table. Sometimes forethought often saves them, big Catarrh Cure. tho hill pert teachers. Modern equipPackages called (or and dollrered. nothing else will do ; but many times expense. Hero Is an istanco: E. W. nrocuro an artificial eyeball. After doctors say they are P. J. CHENEY 4 CO.. Toledo, O..T. ment. Position assured. necessary when Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: We, the undersigned, have known F. I CI onion had been slain by tho Khali- they are not Letter after letter comes Cheney for the laat IS years, and bellevo Write for catalogue. our family has him nerfectlv honorabfa In all business THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB fa and Lord Kitchoner had beon pro- to the Pinkham Laboratory, telling how do not bellevo that ' transactions and financially able Co'lc. out any ODiigations maae dy nu to .carry A. Iva Nail, Prop. moted to governor general of Suakln, operations were advised and were not been without Chamberlain's nrm. performed; or, if performed, did no good, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy since . NATIONAL BANK OF COMMENCE. Daviess Co. Bus. College on tho Red Sea, he found It necessary but Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable ComToledo, O. ILUITFOIU), KENTUCKY. Ilall's Catarrh Cure U taken Internally, obtain Information concerning tho pound was used and good heal th followed. we commenced keeping house years to Incorporated the blood and ago. When we go on an exteuded acting directlyofupon system. Testimonials country and peoplo In tho Khartoum surface the If you want a'drice write to OWENSDOnO, KY. free. Price Subscribe for The Hartford Repubregion. Unablo to find a person Lydia 12. Pinkham Medicine Co. visit we take It with us." Obtainable seatall Druggists. 75 cents per bottle. Sold by everywhere. m Xaxt Uilfs ruuiy Wis for conjUptUoo, lican 91,00 per yew. quallflQd to obtain tho Information (confidential), JLyuii, Mass, J likea d CASTORIA y Genuine Castoria y m x.z raw -; Mothers Know That m - Always Bears the Signature of M In j8Stis By; ioSStoiuciirf1 Ayr ai Use For Over -- igiiPi jTE1,Vjy"j Thirty Years CASTORIA Angle-Egyptia- Starck Pianos Ebi iJt 8200 s! 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL n heart-rendin- second-ban- far-awa- I'layer-PIano- u. second-ban- WOMAN AVOIDS OPERATION THOS. E. MOSS Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. ' t " i j t -- Ladies' and Men's Garments a ht , " in at Dook-keepln- ' mu-co- ui Yv V : r . Tokio, Juno 23. "Of courso any claim that tho Japaneso Government will assist Moxicans with munitions and arms Is out of tho fiucstion and absurd," said Baron Ishil, Foreign a public body. Minister, to a correspondent of Tho Associated Press, who asked him today for his views on tho Mexican situation, The interview was songht The formal proposal of the railroad to be employes for tha settlement of on account of declarations attributed (ho controversy it as follows: ' to Mexicans that assurances had been t "Oar oonfortattf hm Atmonlrtt4 ibu iw cum hirm&triw our ditttttoeet of opinion ixjd tht rrtntuilly th received from Japan that munitions mtttrn incotrTtriy rasit b Mixd upon by other tad dirintertfttd imdn, Therefore, wc propoM that ymt and othor assistance would be given propoult itul tl proposition of the raifvuTt he dii(xed ol Vy oo or the other of (he following method: to Mexico in event of war with tho 1. Preferably brwbrainiro to th Intermte Coram CotnnHirioa, (he irnlj triboml whkh, by rtiwn of iti United States. locirmuUted ioformitton beiriaj on riitwjj condition and iti control of the rertnue af (he railway, ii in a poii-tto coniider and protect the rirbo and equities of all the btereia afected, and to proride additional rirnrat "As for private Japanese companAeeeiiarr to metl the added, cott of operifioo in cue Tour propotaU are found by the Cernaituoiyts W jut tad ies selling arms to Mexicans," tho rtuonable; or, in tb rrent'tb Inieritatc Commerce Coxnmiuioo cannot, aoder eriitiaff Itwt, act m tttt prrmiia, Foreign Minister continued, "I conthat we jointly request Coflgma to talc rueh action i may h ftKcttary to coabU tbj Canon itaa to collide? and sider it extremely Improbable. As promptly ditpoac of lb quertiona involred; or you know, all avallablo rifles and t. 87 aibltmio is accordioci with th pnmwam af tb IViyal law" (The Vwloda Act), guns are being furnished to Japan's allies to assist in bringing tho European war to a successful issue. And Leader's ol the train service brotherhoods, at the joint conference held in New I fancy, though I do not know, that refused the offer of the railroads to submit the issue to arbitration munitions not avallablo for our alYork, June 5, lies may have found their way to or Federal review, and the employes are 'now voting on the question whether China during the revolutionary trouauthority shall be given thews leaders to declare a nation-widxritfik- e. bles. The Interstate Commerce Commission is proposed by the railroads at the "Let me say this with all tho publicbody towhich this issue ought'fo1c referred for these reasons: and earnestness nt my command," said the Minister, swinging Kb other body wMi aucb aa IntinnM knowlse p)ojeaTfagei; aod the money to pay increajrd ntgtt of railroad condition! haa ioc,h an uaquettiooed poraround in his chair. "Tho Japanese can come frtfm a otbar eouKt thin the ratea aitt tion In the public con fide act. by, the public nation sincerely hopes that armed The ratea tba railroad may charge the puiSKc for conflict between tho United States Tha Iatsrnatt Cerasxnx Cemrrrinfon, with it cn-t-ol ,crop grow up in weeds or go half tramporratiao it apcr 1yjdy fixed by th'ft Gownt-mearrt ratea, it in ptnkioa to male a cotaplett and Mexico may be avoided. Japan's board. ciimvated with tho same old slow insufficient bircftigatioa aod repdtr tuck deciuoa a would a interest ft) America, North, Central Out of erory dOrhrr rwrfvrd'br tb, railroad has Utrrota of. the. roifo4 employe, nheowqcii tools your grandfather used 50 years ago, whon paM diiecily to tie twr patyscv being essentially pacific of Tfik wiuoada, ad rtf lb puUla beyiyaiatwftaH and South, and commercial, any ovent bringing you can buy the disturbances into Iho American tb$ PtibBo market would bo felt keenly In Japan The railroad feel that they bavo t to ftrartt a wage preferment of This la especially trite at a moment $100,000,000 a year to these employes, TWrVTiighty .paid aod Constituting only when the- - wholo European trade Is one-fift- h of all the employes, without a cifttt jmntutc Jrotn a pti&lic tribunal that virtually closed to Japan and tiro 6hall determine the merits of the case after a friicw'A all the Chinese market Is seriously upset." They have fewer and stronger parts and will Never Heurtl ol Itttrbe. The single isttte before the country is Attjur thb txnirmsersy r to bi-A- f tiled by sn do your work easier, better and cheaper than Baron Isbll expressed surprise and impartial GoverrrrBetrt inquiry or by industrial mystification when tho correspondent any other Cultivators made no matter what referred to Gen. Ramon Iturbe, a National Conference Coatautt!' of thfe Railway the cost. they don't we do not want your representative of Gen. Carranza, who EliSHA LEH, Chairman was reported several weeks ago to money. Give them a trial and bo convinced. F. ft. ALOUIUHT. O. II. BM timOTVa,MfSnrrA Grrx NortUni BM. Alluric Cotil u RtilroW. NoWknaicni '' bo on his way to Japan on a secret Respectfully yours, U W. BALDWIN. Gn'lilwtn mission. The Baron declared he tUkttt It tUnOranU R.llro. CDiril ot Guri IUiIwx, C A.'.SCHOVDf, jrWiMiriW-rh- . never bad heard of Gen. Iturbe or his C - HA H OO. Ntw V il4 uxrr.Ittilljrd Rwlroud lUrcrA Nt,Voik. projected vlstt. He explained that B. II. COAPMAN. YtnJnsUnl. St. UrtiU Sootkan Rih(is SfidMtri Air Ua KtUwir, neHda RftTttwJ. ho regarded the Carranza Govern-raoC. W. UOUN9, Gt S E.CJ)TTn. Gtt'liUmifm. Teamv as the do facto Government of Kiltyttr. Atcktwn. Tot A cWa P yttbn G. s. waid. vtch,, a OtitMtm H. W. H.M ASTKA, flr1 -. Mexico and that the usual relations r.npi cuowtnT. BaitntT. rurutUnt Yatk Ucatrtl with Gen. Carranza were being maintained. In tho battles of tbo Afsoo, La Boaseo od the carU) as his former, homo, and Japan's Interests in Mexico, ho BOTH DUMB AND DEAF Neuve Chapellfl and Sim first and sec- at last, after a long eearali thorough said, were In charge of Secretary was discov ond battles of Ynres and tho hottest tho records of heaven, U Ohta, formerly attached to tho Jap A LAUGH RESTORES HIM engagements' along tbo Flanders ered that among tbo billions upon anese Embassy at Washington. He billions of Btars, worlds, constellat- said he had received no advices from front. "was, In tso Secretary Ohta In regard to tho preWhen King George pinned tbo dis- ions and planets Uiere ou Beck dusty tomes, a slight refeTf'enco to an sent situation. CoL Mnnuel Romero, tinguished conduct medal WWII 1II5UO TKI.US HOW A KUNXV for saving a woumlod officer umjer Insignificant speck known in heaven recently appointed Minister to Japan by recognized IMCri'IlH GAVK HACK by Carranza, jias rcaohod this counfire by carrying him off the field on ns Tho Wart, and Stormlleld as our god old Mother try, but haa not had an audience J'ACULTinS. his buck, the King, learning be was m orrglually from Cork, .said, "Now. Earth. with tho Emperor, and the Baron rr Will help parents develop their sons into "In this connection It Is also well said it was impossible to state when don't you and Michael O'Leary, V. f Corkonians try to to remombor that the wonders ho would bo received In audience. the best type of citizens and Christia-Corporal Hubert Dock, formerly a C, and tho other army, or wo spatM. Nobody knows or can even Any Idea that the Japanese GovernChicago chauffeur and untli recently whip tho wholo Gorman Big Show has gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat-- H English won't, bavo anything guess how long this ment was Interfering In tho Mexican H in Kllohcncr'a nnuy, who recovorod poor boen running. Anyway, it is a very situation, he declared, was as absurd tered and comes from the best homes in hla speech and hearing lost In Fland left tb do." old show aa well as a very largo ono. as tho idea that munitions were beDeck haB nteo tho Queen Victoria era by a bullet from a Qermau sniper "I am glad that "Uncle John" has ing' supplied. the South. Its capacity is limited, there--5 by laughing at a moving picture medal lor gallantry on tho Capo brought this matter to onr attention Charge, W. C Teller, the Mexican comedy in England, arrived from Mounted Police while fighting Zulus, again. It la fore, reservations should be made early, good thing once in a Liverpool on th Orduna Friday and and tho King Edward modal for gal- while to bo set right on our compara- In an interview with tho Associated g, Place your son in this select gioup of lantry at tho batUo of tho Paardo-ber- tive importance in tho scheme of Press Assorted emphatically that the JJ loft last night for Chicago. Mexican Government had ordered no whero Kronjo was captured Is tho Honorably discharged from is an especboys. Write things. At this tune it arms or munitions In Japan and that army on account of wounds, hi trtll tho Boer War. Now York World. ially welcomo and refreshing bit of no negotiations for such supplies aro go back U his home, 221 South Raccomment. For ono thing, it makes under way. ist) avenuo, Chicago, and bis old job tho emporor ol Gcrmang seem less No Arms to Bell. help us to hopes soon to Bavo money enough Also, it will lmporaut. and Senor Telloz said ho bollovod all Fot catalogue and information. Box A. pass through tho egotism and dog- avallablo Japanese arms, had been to send for his young brido, who ho For Infants and ObUdrea campaign recruiting rally in England met ou a matism of a presidential Tho last Mexican and married thruo days later. Years with better porstoctlvQ and more sold to Russia. Japan, he continued, In Use For Over hardships transaction In May 26, 1915, ten kilometers "On humor. Futhermore, the was mado between Gen. Huerta and wo bavo to endues may be nothing from Dlxmundo, where I was a It that the only freight shipment to SaMUbuI company in 1913. WILL FILL A WANT1 are pest-orl- tho he said yesterday. "I rider," compared with thoso which called for 30,000 rifles, for which line Cruz consisted of two cases of was humming along the road toward the Inhabitants of other worlds Gen. Huorta advanced part payment. camphor to Eoo Khlng Tal, a ChinaHaasbrouck whon a snlpor got mo whol for all wo know, mpy bo even Only 7,000 were delivered to blm man. Ho stated that the steamships, Ixxjk At tho Hart's. Since the suspension of the I between tho shoulder blades. and sensitive than more at lit tho .July Amcrlcaa Magazlno wo though this Bcems' hardly poss- and tho remainder were sold to Rus- of hla lino carried no munitions Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, enmu to In a hospital at Boulogne, my war. A any time and would refuse to transsia at tho outbreak of tho Later, "Sid" says: speech and hearing gone. there has been quite satisfactory financial Bettlemont was port a cargo of them. of ible. "A cube ono Military convalescing in Maghull Knowledge of the stars "That a Secretary Daniels has asked Ad- a demand for a weekly Kenan luch In diameter is a pretty small helps to beep ono's ego improper ro-- i made by Mexico In October, 1915. Hospital near Liverpool, and still In regard, to Gen. Iturbe, Senor miral Wlnalow for any Information tucky newspaper that gives unablo to spoak or hear, I wont with object It would not choko a strolht la demonstrated lp i. tho case i Ufl had ho has as to tho reported presence z You could not, see it unless of Mr. Brasher himself, Tor In nil important state a lot Of other wounded soJdlors to tt The of Japaneso warships on the weal all the more gqno to Spain on a mission. Possibly, It PltUburghtrelsfl'UmanwttMesfl matlneo of ts.o AIntreo Palace Pic-tu- ro you usod. a ratCToscom. news, as well as the general Qonoral wafJ coast of Mexico. kiml Theater, I saw a comical fellow It wore mado of. the rlgJit oyo of ego than "Undo John!" Anybody, to Japan reached Senor Tollez and he editorials, good "We havo had that report many news, crisp your yotf on tho screen, but try my stuff and it flow Into come out front tho mayor down (o tho tiniest cabled to his government about it. times," Mr. Daniels said today, "and might fool It. Bui flvtm that Is nmeboy an SmlthfleW 'street, wHl stories, timely cartoons and best t couldn't laugh at him, Ho was Informed In reply thot the each time It proved unfounded." illustrations. "All of a sudden both my nars doubtful. ton you that ho la' tfio' biggest man Admiral Wlnalow was told that "Yet Uncle John Brasher, to his In the' city and the simplest and report was groundless. my effort .. There is no such excellent seemed to break open wjth againAa for Col. Romero, Senor Telloz ,the story was In circulation artlck) shows that a to laugh or speak, It wub aa If a delightful littlo most conductors spy thooldgentl-ma- n Bald-h- e Toklo a fortnight and asked If be know whether there, paper as the arrived In ar- away nmrTIbld up frame ago, couplo of Jack Johnsons had aburst llttlo cubT Just that JJIg floatingItilM IT a announcing that he eamn In the was baata for It. Japanese cmbaa-a- y V a.. ,...! In -nVa tlfl fafrrtu n .., for" tho'block v mo. I waa uozeu wr privilege of getting )ilm as a near wniuwii"v oftfcIalB sold y'osterday they had Twice-a-Wee- k .. . v. cipaerty of Mexican Minister and was by com him beejiuse living at but discovering mat i couia near u aa much room in .too lako In tho passenger. They-love' Owensboro Messenger He not heard of any Japanese Bhipa bethe Mexican legation.' earth fills ' train going by, I mado .an ejtclama-tlo- n parsron,ho loves " them' amr'DpcaUo arrog-ano- o had visited Daren Isbll and request-e- d ing sent to Mexico. (Hriltcd by Urey Woodson.) and fouhd I could speak". Then spaco aroand ub Uiq boundanloi of and superiority' arts totally aban .audience with the Emperor. as; far away as tho which wro only I got up and shouted for Joy. sent from his makeup'. From study- It waa he who negotiated 'Uto purIt comes every Wednesday Wlty' Kndtire Buminer Colds? "Whon my pals discovered I could nearest star. ing tho stars "Uncle JohU" has leant; chase of arms for Gen, Huerta in pages s It Isn't necessary to' have a stiffed and Saturday, (16 "Tills recallB MorK tVafn'a great d humlHty.". hoar and speak thoy Joined in about-lu- g 1V13. To cough your week or more) , and is up-t- o head, running their glee, and tho manager story, Capt. StormlleJda Visit to r-- : To n question whero Gen. Carranare rocordod tho were. All you heed date in every'regard. tnrnod on tho llghta to soo who was Heaven, whowlh Good. za will obtain munitions, Senor Tel- head off as It took Good--I'making the row. Tho bobbles were IKHmiHIoa wlitch thn PJllKnln COIli Mes l to use Dr. Iiell'a Try the Twice-a-Wee- k ho No ono $an olthor feel good nor ler replied: "Wo make them In Mex iio bubjaniB called by somebody downstairs who fronted In the next vorld whon year in connecico .and, lllto Villa, have imported .The soothing and healing senger for a thought It. was a fight. Three of "tried to ejipfain whero ho cama from. look good whHo suffering from onoii tho closed air paasagea and in tion with the Hartford Repub. Get rid of that tired, them from tho Unhed States." Jumped on us soldlera and there He said that San Frrfnaisco was his get relief and .start them steamship liner a short time yon Tbo Oriental ll bofora tloy native place Nobody In heaven bad drnggy, llfolefca feeling by a treatrecovory. Your oosa lican. was a flno Then bo ment of J3r. Klug'8 Kow Life P"llla. Selyo Maru, which sailed on May 29 on the road to heard of San ljraucltca. fonnd what we. were celebrating." Both prfpers, one year for South American ports, la duo at atopa running, you cough lesa and two for Being a veteran of tho Boer war, nainod California, and, meeting with Duy a box today, tako ono or and at Sa- - you know you aro getting belter. Got $1.50. Alf clubbins: subscripIn (bo morning that San Francisco ho went on with con- - pills Keep what iwv n..iiii to the Dritlsh Consul in . no rosponso, feeling is gone ahd you I Una Cruz, Mex., nine uays jaier. a bottle, use as directed. - tions should be addressed to tfhloago when tho war broke out, Bldorablo Irritation to mention tho I stufTod, dull to-dla loft as a cough and coU lnsurthat she 2Ec at your Manager Asano said nt tn London, whero bo United States and AmeMea. Nobody feci better at ouoo. Harjford, Kyt , Republican, parried no arms or munjiions onu FinaHy no eUtm- - drunUt, cullstod as a dispatch ryer. Hp was had heard of them. Faced by dernands froth the conductors, engineers, firemen and brakemen that would impose oV the country nn additional burden in transportation cost of $100',000,000 a year, the railroads propose that this wage problem be settled by reference to an impartial Federal tnbunal. With these employes, whose efficient service is acknowledged, the railroids have no differences that could not be considered fairly and decided justly by such Federal, Inquiry pr Railroad Strike? Railroadi Urge Public Inquiry and Arbitration JAPAN DENIES SHE WILL AID MEXICO BARO.V ISIII1 SAY.S JAPANESE DE- SI1MJ V5S(SSfSVij Big Line of PEACE IX AMERICA. ALL Sport Shirts 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 Values. Come In and See What Big qn Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. a- Leaden Refuse Offer and Take Strike Vote sSSVaTfgssSSSSS( iB Farmers Can You Afford ojetour at n u A Question For to lieht -- Dri& Brinly Leverless and Janesville Disc Cultivators facf. If Or'ltfr n.ll. I- l!i nt f a. IV-"- A. B. Row 6c Son Centertown, Ivy. Vanderbilt Training School for Boys IIIIIIIIIHIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIU ELKTON, KY. s g 3 n RfA B 30 illlHIIIHllllllUlIllIIIIIIIli 5 MATHENEY & BATTS g g dls-put- ng al soveir-thousandt- mos-Qulo- to. -- - .... ... 1 - as-o- ' no. ol Plno-Tar-Jlon- ey troo-for-n- ht .. ay .v ..,.,.. i j ''JLT' 32 i.KriK'y.'.;',.ut.i.'..r.?.'.T;.y; . 'nt'tUude a'rid cqurtefires of tire cltl-- " a Hartford vires county, married I'ens'tipen tAle1 street a haVo been a BIG girl and 1ms been an enthusiastic, sourco of genuine pleasure to us who Ohio county ever since Ills citizen of ! linvA lipnn nrannrlnir In ntiHWnr tho H ,ho rotofflc Jovial mood demands popularity nnd Entered necordltiK to !" call, of our country to defend tho ecoHd AT STATE Hartford, Kf., M ronll mottr o! the his business ability qualifies nini for wrong of a bleeding humanity. the offlco. Dlrkhead succeeds Mr. Should a serious clash of arms be Martin, who has niado one of Editor Itance AJXISON J. HARNETT ever $70,000 LOSS BV FLAMES AT THE J come Inevitable, wo hope to main- j tho best postmasters Hartford TINSLEV,. .lluslncss Manager mm mo aigiui) ui our unuuruis win p W, fl. had for the past four years. SurEASTEKN JiCVlXCIvY n In nn mnntin, tin .. enllnn nf fltsnfl. ' M 111 MU 1UI1UIIVI .iv...v ' ...h.,' PENITENTLVHV. to rounded by an able corps of assistAddress nil communications pointmont to thbso who have bado i ants ho has been over accommodatJTho Hartford Republican. j us "God speed." ing and hns kept a vlgllent watch CLARENCE B. SHOWN over the business end of the oltlcc. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIDERS n new rlst Lt. and Recrulting'Offlcer. t to 1VELL Efforts have been made by some lo- PRISIONERS.WORK nUerltxr. desiring the ' t a In niuklnn the dditM nut gle the olO addre cal Democrats to oust Mr. Martin, requeot. i' New Law Firm. the offlco from Be who Is a Republican, BnalneM Locnl nnd Notices 10c per line nnd so well has he attended to the du- No Damage Done (oMain lltiild Ernest Woodward, and A, D. vKlrk j fi Vr line for ench luMltlonnl Insertion. Thank;Rc but announce their rormation pi a pari- Obltnarle", Resolutions nnd Cnrd of lugs Prlfon Fire Departties of his position that Government . !. .nineir In mlrnnct.. nership for tho practice of law at J authorities failed to heed the call of ment Sates Them.' Qiirob Notice for services free, bat other a few. A good man goes out; a good Hartford, Ky., beginning Juno l,i 5c per line. drertkemente, 101T. mirlnr thn firm ilnnin of Wood- - . ......, - - -- will receive no man goes In. Anonjmous tomraunkntlona Fire wnrd & Kirk. Their omces will bo ; Frankfort, Ky.,... Juna 29. ...... ttentlon . ... I.. Tho following head appeared In which originateu iu a... ury. uim oi .iuium.mii.-- .l n .Via nwnn.i. nfTl.A ftf ' ui iuu ncsvui """ iuu iZ . ... , .1.. jir. nuuunuiui ,.- - WllUnin'. TELSFIXOITSC. Herald this week: lUe rranKlori -- nair r tho Hartford LUiuimny, ni me "iuwm m. m .123 "Hughes To lie a Tool of Bosses" reformatory here, caused a loss of store at Hartford. Mr. Wodward ub CVtXXOZlOLXX Is .. SO .. utVLO.! axxexa "No Good Faith Back of His Nom- about $70,000 Inst night within the going to Henderson with his family ination." (Get this) "Republican stockade. The main prison buildings but will bo present at all terms of f FRIDAY, JUNE 30. Circuit Court iu Ohio county and Chiefs Hate Him Now as They Hat were not injured. assist Mr. Kirk In all business that bo ed Him When He Was Governor of The principal losses follow: New York." "Ussd For Ulterior Loss of State property (estimated) intrusted to this firm. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Purposes." Follows part of the $21,000; Insurance, $17,500. Frankfort Chair Company, $29,-00Wo aro authorized to announce body of the article: STRAY STREAKS. In n6mlnatlng Justice Hughes Insurance, about half. Grayson county, TOM SPURRIER, of i Reliance Manufacturing Company for President the Republican a candidate for Congress, from the (By Fluke McFlukc.) . fiB party has paid Woodrow Wilson (estimated), $15,000; insured. action TouTth District, subject to the Company, wathe highest compllmqnt it was of tho Republican primary, Saturday, capable of paying to him. Skif-ing- s. ter damage; insured. b. .August 5, 1916. While traveling the road to Old Frankfort & Cincinnati staIt has selected as its own canface.?abou.t,and follow the don't , tion, $1,000. didate the Republican who in We are authorized to announce the throng you moet. if' you keep plug . Old church building, $1,000. the popular mind most nearly candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Rewill likely reach tho ging away-yoresembles President Wilson In Dude Hunter's residence, $1,000. goal publican nomination for county atwhich thb returning hordes have James Sullivan's residence, $300." failed to' locate. character. In ability, In teniper- torney of Ohio county. Subject to IdealJ, ment and in capacity for Miscellaneous damage, $500. the action of the Primary Election, istic public service. It has takIn addition to the damage, atiout-60Saturday, August 5, 1916. Fish-in muddy water can't be en the Republican Wilson to be prisoners will, be temporarily caught even with the most alluring -a Its standard bearer, because It Idle. city bait'. It is 'Just as essential that tho d efforts of-t- he did not dare take anybody who About the easiest thlngUo do that Angler In professional nnd'busincss presented a controfrt to the Demwe know of is to go to tho border and prison fire departments and volkcefj the water a'bout him clear. troops. The hardest is to prison and confined life ocratic Wilson. unteers saved the vita the iry Now if Mr. Hughes could read that the fire to the building in tho stockflay behind. He'wbp' enters the race of llfo and . wo believe ho would get a shave. ade and a few small structures - Intelligently' conserves his strength to private citizens Just outCarranza has released the negro Starting with the first line of the while j.uMning tho course, may finprisoners according to tho demands head, he Is a tool of the bosses but a, aide. ish th&'last lap; str6ng, and win tho Troop. Culled Olft.. t 4he United States but tno situa llttlo lower down they tell us tho trophy," lost bj the man who Juna critical until tho order liosses hate him. Still lower, In tho Immediately word reached 4pn remains Almost by spells and spurts. to move only to tho North Is revok body of the article, they say he la the Capitol, ami under "instructions d. Just Uko Wilson. We can take that of Gov. Stanley AdJU Gons .Ellis tel- . In the vame'Sf life' tho luKsUng of head and article and prove that Wil- ephoned to Capt. Frank" Lusse. of L high-tatl- s "aftvr'the 'u,mplro has de JJewspaper reports say employes son aud Hughes are both tools of the Company, to hurry to the prison legal play oyer for t,he day, was"'1 not known cide fit 4lio Kord automobile works will bosses; that they aro both hated by with his men,. bM It many a man'a batting and has roddcod lote their Jobs If they go to the the bosses. We migl't prove tlmt lmt what the prison, would' b'ufn pris- average so low "that. neither ho nor takoitho ront. If this be true the bucket Wilson and Hughes aro the same it might be necessary to his Xeam.hacJ even a look In, In tho full of things done for his employes men or wo mlgtu endorse either by oner! out. Within five minutes the race foT iho tymnant. by Sir. Ford has been kicked over. electing tho other. In fact, wo company was on the double nulck could almost prove that Hughes Is and, under dlryctious from Warden A town may Vet. along some 'way As we predicted several weeks ago not Hughes with that bunch o,f stuff. Wells," foTmeda cordon'around the without' a commercial club, but geo- will support Oh, bosses, why hatest thou thine prison Inclosurb, n'nd tome, of the Roosevelt Colonel ' "wlilz, when Jt ebmes. to doing with""Nugtes and the Republican ticket own tool? Mr. Hughes, why art men Joined the fire workers'. out a JJase bait toam lt;s somo toush. thjs fall. Tho oiily Progressives thou like unto Mr. Wilson-The wind fortuuately sWorvfcl apd " which aided the prison department, wlo are anxious to reninln so are ' poore'l'atrlot.. ""to savins , was devoting Its attention JPjgPff who lePYthe Democratic ranks Mexico coming Just with the openDEATH OI'.T, H...MAUKS Our Idea of patriotism to burn" was SHE the threatened buildings Inside, the . In 1912. ing ot tho presidential campaign aud hore"tn8 'daj- - last week exhibited. . a fr. wall3. thereby shocks to tho core Uie flam vnen a ceixain ieiiow cumu io iun l'r'KonciV faood Work. There has been very little said Well Known Hurtford Man 1'usmw MUS-- J MAKE APnUIUYj boyant patriotism of the Owensoro on Away After LlnKerliiK Illness. Cfiftjuet the Wilson policies during Warden Wells commeuted on tho Jo procure' anjarifjge license, 'and Inquirer. learning qf tbe probability of war, Une preparations for war but we behavior of the prisoners: After courpostponed tle' Intended marrlagor After an illness of considerable Jim Crane, ca'ptain of the fire depart'haven't noticed a return ol tho The German army Is eating slowly tesy on the part of the Democratic length Mr. T. S. Marks easily passed ment, had started his men to work enlisted In Company H and Is now DEMAND MADE THAT COMMAND. into the fortress of Verdun but it AND INf up on prominent away, at his home on Clay street here the other prisoners marched Ingood with the boys at "Fort Thomas. EH HE PUNISHED popers by letting 13 eating more rapidly Into the Gert . JJEMNITY PAID. to tho Republicans and Republican cand- Sunday night about 9:0 o'clock order from the dining-rooman fdod supply. Mysterious. son, J. W. cellhouse, nnd then- - 150 prisoners Death was expected and a idate. Charllo King of Tho .Republican Marks, of South Carolina, who had were sent out to help right tho fire. Tho recent prosperity lu the United Don't expect the Mexicans to be been called home reached the bed Henry Youtsey. Curt Jett. Tom force, was rather bewildered at tho Washington, June 28. The Amernmted, killed aud captured In the side In time to be recognized by his White, Joe Wendllng, Everett Morn-lugst- apparent good spirits shown by tho ican rejoinder to Austria regarding States would bo a source of greater prido ,to administration leaders if jjrjrt few engagements If war is de- father. and Paul Shannon wero folk of this town, at the reception tho Austrian submarine attack on the they could erase tho bloodstains men who clared. Remember the Mr. Marks was formerly a promi- among tho fire fighters. Paul Shan- given tho boys of Company H, on last American steamer Petrollte, mado from it. King remans-e- d public '4H face our fellows have been flght-4u- g nent tobacconist and was for several non, with a wire about his waist, Wednesday evening. y by tho State Departfor about six years and are like- years In the revenue business In was let down from a comer of the that ho didn't liko to see so much ment, describes tho act as "a delibWith our ly to offer somo resistence, but not Owensboro. Ho was forced to give building to chop a hole to put a hilarity now, ttad would a darn site erate Insult to .tho flag of the United presidential war with Mexico and a campaign on the poor' Sot long. The best man will soon up tho work on account of 111 health hoso In. Onq, negro prisoner was rather get that reception when be States and an Invasion of the rights murderer will havo small chance of jcomo into his own. mado his home In overcome with heat on tho roof and got back home. and has since of American citizens" and requests getting hid picture on tho first pngo. where he enjoyed a largo fainted. a prompt apology, punishmeht of tho compliment was paid Hartford A splendid It has" stopped ralnlnR and after a acquaintance. Ho was born July 21, commander and payment Tho prison fire fighters stayed on To thoso fool Republicans In Kento Capt. DoWeese of H Company 1S47, and has been a member of tho tho Job. until 9:30 o'clock, when spirited and earnest argument be- submarine of indemnity. tucky who aro fighting each other wA Capt. McCracken, a former Baptist church for forty-on- e rben years. 10 o'clock tween our wife and myself, In whtrh they were recalled, and at In vigorous language tho com- would c,ommend Gen. Grant's great-- " Spanish-America- n War veteran of Short funeral sorvlces were hold every prisoner was checked In. Those I enmo out second best, I spent tho munication, sent a week ago est- - speech "Let us havo peace." City, advised his son to enCentral at tho residence Tuesday morning at who wero wet were given new clothes day of day before yesterday hoeing makes It clear that tho United States "a girt Ju tho local company and go to 7:45, conducted by the Rev. B. W. and hot food, and after the checking and following ono of these Government bolievcs tho facts of tho ? All members r. the Democratic Capt. DeWeeso. of My iho border under a garden plow. Napier, after which the remains wero In tho prisoner firemen returned to man-killeca$o cnyrelydlfforent from ,what,tho dycd-ln-th- e campaign oommltteo McCracken, who Is a husky looking taken to Owensboro. Services wefro throuehout tho back got all sunburned "and feelings Austrian subru'arlno commander rtv wool Stanley Liquor are work to continue Democrats but dad Jeft with tho boys Wednesday conducted In Owensboro by Dr. E. E. night. I tell 'you right iiprlpd them ,o bo and that Immeworo ivn hotter." u.. tho Bixty-uv- o thousand McChesney eight. now boyS, you can't beat a good diate, amends ar.o expected. Bomar, pastor of the. First Baptist Democrats will bo allowed to vote Notice to Creditor. ' woman, Just tw I plowed tho last church, aud tho remains, were then Ausj&m'cjnlm that tho .tho ft fo know how to do so gracoful- The McIIenry Deposit Bank having row, had knocked iho last weed Into in. Elnlwood cemetery. Tcairvl'irntaftly fcavo up for Wilson. , jhy 90 would call the attentidu of tho Interred Banjt-1- 0 along, nbout aunnllc)utflfjeji.rttm the steamer by m Kid to of neif-weoMurku was a niepiber of tho boon placed lu tho' bunds oi tho Mr. -3f5rtford Herald to tho fact that Col, local." K." of P, lqdee, a committee lng upmmissiOH yi jcuiutn vJf.,Ar. iUDiAr Q P. )n tjut comes tho.afore.-xiiii-i ' Col. Roosovclt'a letter mado public the 'aubmn"Hb1!S' cSsnimn'n'dor Is flatly Monday JfHfiklOTa Roosevelt has slgulflod his Strongly urging tho Progaccompanied tho re- rons' having claims against Miq hawk f oVJiavmnAthellcally" obntehd. Ax...wiiitMi;rfMnh Afrorrrtv-vtiHinthnr ' jrtHlngness not only to go himself from which veVorflred Koros6 ,UP ressives to lino up solidly for Hughea mains to Owensboro. A 'committee (now In llqhidatlon)'aro Jfotliie tb injiblttl'had dpne.qnouh for- - oue; to ralso 12,000 volunteers for n from iho Owensboro lodgo met tho present 8rim6,p'r6perlf'prpveu, to tho ilflV ail EhOUld'toUt tho tOOlS "UP.graV- hPll. removes tho last element of doubt " turvlfio lu Meikico If war cornea. And . - undersigned at McTIeVry, Ky.? po or i somo.pptatowjjlck ai.V&& '' hoanti. d- - alid'ftptfilVr iipVoaraJicAjvaa such .about, tho result In November. haj)- - funeral party at tho depot inOwens' would also aay that alf this Thp morrow, cut. some Kinuiiiur., as-t- o boro. Tho Bonk of Hartford was. beford the'Bth day of j"uly, 191, IttjiitiUrmirine Cpm- for jultfly. ene4 boforo their hour of going to " 40l4eow U 6. 13HOWN, Vfiah nry loot and come lh thp Jiouso, 'manner"-- l&rtikln'g'lrorfor'jj qruls- - (Tho fact thatltcv. J. T. Cox, ot also represented at tho burial ! Rosfne, officiated at the marriage a "Special Deputy Banking Oomr, ,Tho (IccVascd Is. survived hy his aud twt bit before sqppcr. ftw days ago of his father, Mr J. Tho altack on tho Petrollio, a ot H Company, K. N. Q., wife, Mrs.. Mary Story Morka, throo Members EXTENDS Among trro,.6o.yIhgs hear.d on,, tho. tnnd'aHjo7nTf'oimrr.rjed 1V thrf W. Cox, reminds us that wo attonded given Joem daughters. Misses Lettlo Marks,, Mar- "II COMPANY Appreciate tho farowell . THANKS TO cmt$B our paternal grandfather's wedding-abou- t -aib at lord's farm last w'dek wero:. Mp(lirerrftn.eai"kjM;ejn,mr.Ti)ff, J the Hartford aud Beaver Dam clt- - garet and Mary Marks, all nt homoj , forty 'yoars ago. pf b- - two son,?, Messrs. Robert MarkB, : "Wtovldli't Ifift funny If peojple woi-tjeiioc,iryar;Oiy)r.llml- Never Hvntf Wednesday night. of Company n,J"wlsri llxrwftra oa their nosea flo .they tpuh test ureen nary rejeaUrtfroJrko .tftjaker'a capjtorow tho company sojnuch appro- - Hartford, und, J. wk aiarBS, In nlmw atinreclatlon to' the EOOd DU- There" aro. llyo- - entrfes for tho Re(Lted and never before did theboya villa. S. C. tain ana crow utoukhi publican nonilnatlon-fo- r Congress in Dngau, sister of tho trlotlo people of Hartford and Dov .mniiYiKrm.rtttwrrrAo-rvblchAtbB'new Mrs. Robert what tho citizens really " tho 4th district. John P. Jlaswelt, ..tv Brt tUr.i.' company Js deceased, and Mr. wrt uugan, ncjm-o- er Dam for courtesies extended JJio bpjti5ht of them. Th members of the" company, wo fikjl. dqa' SUiU) Central Committeeman or tho ,,., .Cpmp, hor,.Rtfwan.", md up of husky follows ready for when'of Owonsbord, wejp present especially 'grateful 'lliS&unriliya feme'tacW "Whorls' district, was the lust to fljp papers. W-yopportun-- 1 tho end came. tho -- rl)t comes and should Wfliux rtxifinu : wno Hil , uumunuuuuiii; With tho Secretary of Stuto. im4ifj, Vbo Kqlh', Frohkr "4nnt shlno tho " City 3, H. TUomafl.J' ' . . r coine It will., make Ohio county . sleeping nuartera lu his hotel for thv ANNOUNCEMENT' .T "i !" HIS splendid account; of "" "" )1KJltlIl. clod ty giving a boys. To the ladles at thoaxchanges "Eventually,, why, not now?" "Al, Mill Tho open season far shootln? gomy days, 'The Thoso are JJsplfr Every move made by tho retired who so' patiently put through tho quit readlug" tho Blblg andcomo on lean Svarf & presidential greasers will soon bo on lu Mexico. A. 1). Kirk luting-mutuallclosely followed by the guood will bo Henvrlu, Kirk hundreds of calls that atdod us In arid dog daycare Just ahead ot us. , to dinner." t homo, and whll the boy fnmi tho law firm if 4ol'h and In sending loved ones M. L. lleuvrlii nnd Otto C. . Just when blackberries and beans undoubtedly suffer hardships itj & martin, will rotuliuHl tho ofllco und "good byo messages; and to tho It remains for somo enterprising uro abundant tho price of sugar and The prayer of Sim and Al was aniltey go to tho border tho training Martin have will contnuo tho pructlco of their owners of the cars, who so quickly, swered wheu they arrived Saturday, newspaper correspondent to locate; bacon Is prohibitive. find experience will bo of inestlma'--j profession under tho firm name tif lu tho modern stylo, transported the slipped Tins six-biand received In Fraud bco Villa and Jio British army. I lde value. Uncle Sam's call for the. National Ifitftaln & Muitlii. Tlioy Avill k1v boys to the entraining station at return a pint of Old Joseph. deprived them of , By pardcjilng forty criminals In Guards has added largely to the 19 IS Ernest E. Dlrkhcud will bo tho" yuecliU mid prompt attention to all Braver Dam'and an anticipated weary hot march. nitriLsuxl to Uiclr care. ext postmaster for Harford, mark-Ju- g four days acting governor Combs class of Juno brides. nAKTFOHD PKKSSING CLUB. Never, will wo forget tho pleasant Wo uro prctred to handle all of tho bitterest fight In has punctured the record of Cole tho end v and pressed. by Clothes cleaned "Pop, what is a promoter?" tT history for tliJs offlce. Republican, cotuinertlal nuittns with promptnetw Informal entertainment tendered guaranteed. Blcase. Satisfaction young woman a "A promoter, my son, is.a man who have ueen Billing uuck wuiuuuib j nnd elllcleiicy. WU1 tiiko pleusuro In Hartford's beautiful our depnrturo. Work called tor and delivered. Shop ( hood on tho ovo ot The Louisville Herald mention! who can make either a dollar or a the scrap havo no objection to the looking after jour business. Bottling Wort. Such outbursts of enthusiastic pa ow qwo Oonaty Yours very truly, tho coincidence of tho Invasion of ( penny look liko 30 cents." eJectiou. Mr". Birkhead came toj Da- HEAVRIN tt RLVHT1N. triotlsm cs that and, the friend'y UQ J&u P1? NAI, lTOfc Jaytfprd many years ago from Itartfbrd Republican. . FIRE8TARTS PRISON SUMMER V SPECIALTIES! ar J .. ... ... H--- f i u. T..' .Our buyer picked up last week while in the big wholesale markets of the country quite an assortment of good patterns in thin Wash Goods that will be sold at 5c, 7c, 10c and 15c, Withfour stores we can use we can get the price. We got the price and took the quan tity. The saving goes to our cus the quantity-i- 0; Hodge-Montgom- er suc-'ccs- 0 -- . .". Well-directe- tomers. We picked up a number of new patterns in Awning Striped The price to you is 25c per yard. 3olid colors in Skirtings, pinks, 25c quality. whites and bluesOur special price is 19c. A little time spent in looking over these specials, which are too numerous te mention, will prove very interesting as well as profitable. E. P..BARNES & BRO. Be.aver Dam, Ky. TELISJOTIA m ar -- to-da- ... to-da- rs -- k, 1 ''! -- nrgrWf i.Aiio'4'-dA&ftyVn-hn?4t'- t '' j?r. ' -- ... 4Uto .it' ;.. 'iwL'sr.ss'!11 toMr.'ljeK, 7fJ.-- i "... iacuor . ts - ... ,& '' T.TJ.'l..ift-.Wr- f j JimV ' 'I 'ftry, - Mlia Sophia Woerner.has bQon on the sick' list for---.' 'fow $ayB, tipt ,9 now Improving Dcerlng Mower supplies of all sorts may bo procured from W. ,E. Ellis ft Bro. Supplies always op band. r" ,? - T PROGRESSIVES TO be hold at yie Department of Agrl- j culture were made by Rcprcscnta Xotioc. Please do not forget that tho Ohio II-- VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED Mr. Dan Aultmlre, wife and child, county teachers Institute convenes COLONEL WILLING TO LEAD of Carlrcr Mills, 111., aro visiting rel- - HULL MOOSE COMMITTEE OP- on Monday, July 3rd. Bo sure and 12,000 MEN. POSES PUTTING OUT THIRD atlves and friends In nnd near como and tell your friends. TICKET. Hartford. They will likely bo here It Is the Impcratlvo duty of every 4 i for a- month or more. teacher to attend and we hope that New York, Juno 27. Theodore Loans wanted in Muhlenberg, Mctho trustees and patrons will show Roosevelt is preparing to offfcr a diLean, Daviess, Webster, Butler and PARTY OUT OF EXISTENCE enough interest to nttend at least vision of approximately 12,000 net. Ohio counties on good first-clas- s real some of the sessions. to the United States Government, aci P years. estate for Every citizen In tho county' is companied by his application for a W. H. PARKS, cordially invited to attend. We hopo commission as Major General, Small Minority Fights To LAt in tbo COtf Hartford, Ky. this will provo to be one of the most event of war with Mexico, and a call Final Vote Stands 3(1 to (1 In If you have Interesting and profitable institutes by tho President for volunteers, It Hon. Ben Johnson was in Hartford I'm or of Union. BIG SPECIAL SALES, of ever hjild In the county. Please was learned here Friday and Saturday, so ho sald,"try-- ! from como. ing to find someone to take tbo bepres-- . will be wise in you sources. yours, Sincerely Hnrjford postofuce." The CongressChicago, Jtine 20. By a vote of Elaborato plans hm'c been mad OZNA SHULTS, S, S. O. C. man was an appreciated caller at The 32 to G, with nine members declining quietly to recruit tho organization, Republican olDcc while here. from picked men thruout the counto vote, the National Committee of try, and It is said Col. Roosevelt has If you wished to be served with the Progressive party today indorsed SIOUX INDIANS EAGER FOR .MILITARY SERVICE. worked out every detail that would something good to cat, at a price Charles E. Hughes for President and expedite the mobilization of the large which will mnko you sorry you didn't the Bull Moose party practically Washington, June 27. Fifteen fighting unit. Even tho horses and eat more, go to D. II. Tichenor's. A went out of existence as a national hundred Sioux Indians in South' Da- mules necessary aro said to have good meal to fit the largest appetite polltlcial organization. tho been pledged. Re- kota have offered to enlist in at a price fitting the smallest purse. The decision to Indorse the Which Begins To Rntso Four Brigades. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cooper and publican' Presidential nominee came military service of tho United States The division will consist, it is rethree children, of Pierre, S. Dak., at the ehd of a stormy session. The in tho Mexican emergency. Tho ofJohn-son.ported, of four brigades, Instead of arrived In Hartford yesterday to vis-- It fight In the committee for Hughes fer came In a letter to Senator South Dakota, who today no- three as prescribed in the army regby George W. Mrs. W. M. Hudson. They will indorsement was led visit other relatives in the county Perkins, of New York; James R. tified Secretary of War Baker. Tho ulations. In the division will be cavwhile here. Mr. Cooper is another Garfield, of Ohio, anfj Chester H. senator was informed that the Indi- alry, Infantry, field artillery, aeroJuly ans must restrain their patriotic de- plane detachment, engineers, signal and Ohio county boy who has gone out Rowell, of California. ' nrwl irtnlo rrnnil In the com- sire to fight for their country unless corps and tho most modern field hos The radical element much will 15th. This pital equipment. thcro was a call for volunteers. An ample number A Wire has been received by Mr. mittee, represented by Matthew Hale, in of machine guns will accompany the Bainbrldge Colby, E. E. Blrkhead from Hon. Ben John- of Massachusetts; division Many of son advising that he will be appoint- of New York; Henry F. Cochems, of AUTO MAKER OFFER It Is understood Col. Roosevelt and ed postmaster at Hartford to succeed Wisconsin, and John M. Parker,, of be. will of his aides have consulted with his vigorously protested oxplr-cc- V Louisanq, term- has j R. B. Marjtln, whoso cost..Cto'n't AID TO UNCLE SAM friends in the regular army holding Mr. Birkhead's appointment is against tho indorsement of any candihigh rank, and the entire scheme by the date for President, and fought the Come and .the resulted acomproroIse f has been received with approval. every step of the proceedmajority at majority of the candidates. If Jt is possible, tho principal of ings. The minority's first move was Mrs. V. H. Itentrow, Mrs. W. S. WILL FURNISH TRUCKS AND ficers will bo drawn from the regular . to insist on an open session of tho Dean, Mrs. J. A. Duff, Mrs J. E. PASSENGER CARS AS FAST army. Recruiting for the division won in point after Mitchell, Mrs. Paris McDowell, Mrs. committee nnd it AS NEEDED. Is to be done to a large extent in the a number of committeemen, led by : Josie Duke, Mies Eva Phelps and West arid Middle West, principally John M. Parker bolted tbo meetlpg. and Tip Messrs. VirgO Renfrow among men who have had previous T. R. Declines Nomination. Bean, Dundee, and Miss Eva Weath-erhol- t, u New York, June 27. The auto- military experience and men who After Oscar King Davis, secretary were .'here of Cloverport, Col. Theo- mobile manufacturers of the United have served In tho various branches '' ' Monday to see "The Battle -- Cry "of of the committee, had read dore Roosevelt's letter finally de- States aro prepared to furnish to the of tho military service. r "? Peace. . The main equipment for tkc divisclining the Progressive nomination" government on short notice nlne-hun.The homo of .Vr. wv C; Wallace", tdr President. nnd Urging that Mr. dred motor trucks anjl 1,000 passen- ion, It Is said, will have to be sup of Hartford, Hughe? be supported by members of ger automobiles a day, Bays Alfred plied by the War Department, such four miles south-wewrta" toUlly destroyed by" ffrelatd the Progressive party In order to de- Reeves, general manager of' tho Na- as .rifles, ammunition and clothing. Practically all of feat President Wilson, the committee tional Automobile Chamber of Com- It is reported supplies of machine Sunday morning. tho contents wero destroyed. Tnero voted to accept Col. Roosevelt's de- merce. Mr. Reeves says this Infor- guim and aeroplanes are being manuIs a suspicion of inclndtarltfrn but so the War Definition and' took a recess for lun- mation was agiven to meeting 1jf tho factured by private concerns for the partment at recent far iT6 clue has been found and the cheon dlvislbn. general staff motive is unknown. The house be Col Roosevelt's friends say ho has At xhc beginning 6f tho afternoon advisory board of the longed to Thomas Williams whoso session, ChalrmnnMntthew Hale, of of the United States army The au- been receiving at his home in Oybter loss Is ostlmatcdbotween $1,000 and Massachusetts, ruled tho next order tomobile manufacturers were told Bay many letters containing offer nfTnp WftnlI IlO.SIlfflplpilt to from heads of military organizations 11,500 with 80p Jn8urtCne&.,'- was to (111 the vacancy on thnt Ihto 1 r Miss Ella 'McKcnney dellgiitfully of business meet any contingency. to supply him with men Should he the, picket caused by the refusal of "So far as the automobile makers contemplate raising a force foe the entertained a'largq number St "oiugi Co'f. Roosoveh to run. I poople on the lawji pf her home fn Bainbrldge Colby, of New York, aro concerned they stand ready to front. . Mrs, JIawlBoa Jleiwr,, Cromwell Beover Dam Tuesday rvenlngjji hon- presented the name of Victor Mur-doc- stop shipping aiiywnGro to taue enrei 1 Moloney,, at Beaver or of Miss Maudo'Sutton, Cjvtthafee, of our country's needs," said Mr. and Mra. S.-The Itost Quality of Seed. of Kansas, chairman of the . . . $ 1.85 Dam, arc visltlnfc'Jvtetlvea' ID Hart- Mo.; MIbs Bess Harbison, pe'puniak National Committee, now on his way Reeves. "This means that any pnrt AWhippoorwill Peas . , r. FRIDAY, .ll'NE J0. ford. . $2.00 Springs, Fla.; and. Misses"' Ma?aret to China. Thts led to a clash be- of a production running to 1,500,001) German Millet tif. year can be dlvertcq, Mammoth Yellow Soy Beans. , .$2.00 By using Elilar' iriutf Ribbon Flour Pelter nnd Alma JlorawitroT Iran- - tween Raymqnd Robins, of Illinois, motor vehicles a aTevl8ftlng''Mii6s'Mc-- j and to tho use of tho United States. I Orange- Cane 3c per lb. ST. L. II. K. TIME TABLE. ' you can stock your kitchen with hlbal, Mo., who I... II. Mf; vColby, In Which tho He was W. E. ELLIS & BRO. passed,' .Mr. Rpbbins said Mr Mur- do not think, that any vdemand.s the 48t4 p. m. J Aluminum cook vessels at "wholesale Kenneyand Miss Winnie' paVTs No. 113 duo at Ellmltch S:32 Several JIartford guests doch had told bim he would not War Department may raako on us I 48tf No. 110 lua at Ellmltch 7:30 a,ni. prices. Interfere'' with the ability of the . wore present. p. m accept, the presidential nomination will AMERICAN AND WIFE No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40-Thoro will bo moving pictures ut Industryto take caro of private reK1LL1C1) BY BANDITS While In conversation with Lieut. Tho proposition to run a third party Ar. Irvlngton . . "6:35 p.m. the opera house In Beaver Dam every quirements. . Lv. Irvlngton . . 5:66 p.m. Thursday and Saturday nlgJUs. Patlio C. B. Shown, Marvin Hoover, a ser- ticket then was defeated after a "In order to work for motor truck geant of H Company, was attacked spirited debate by a vote of 31 to 15. Columbus, N. M June 27: Ar. Louisvillo . 7:40 p. m. sorvlce. following States voted for the preparedness wo aro going to divide American Cavalrymen by R. L. Paris in front of Fuijua's The assisted by No. 111 Lv. Louisvillo . 8:35 a.m. Mrs. J. R. Plrtlo aud daughter, storo In Beda Monday evening and Indorsement of Hughes on the roll the country into zones and lay out a posses of ranchmen nnd citizens of Ar. Irvlugtou . .10:00 a. in. plan of what each State will definite son, Ferdinand, left badly beaten about the head. .It is call: Hachita and nearby towns, tonight Lv. Irvlngton .10:40 a.m. Amelia and In trucks and afternoon for a visit to alleged that Paris used a lap ring Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Cali- be required to fupnlsU are pursuing bandits who early toEllmltch .. . 1:04 p. m. Ar. In connection with rtny army up and so lacerating were his blows that fornia, Colorado, Conicticut, Dis- men day raided a ranch about thirty-fiv- e to 3,000,000. This plan, is to cover . Gorln Flener, of Cromwellj young Hoover was unablo to accom- trict of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, factories, automobile dealers and in- miles southwest of Hachita, N. M., & E. It. K. TIME TABLE. Miss SI., II. t pany the company to Ft. Thomas. Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, killing William Parker, the owner, was tho guest of her sister, South Bound, No. 115 dividual owners of trucks and it Mrs. Alice Parker, his bride of 8;45 a, m. Flener, from Saturday until Sheriff Keown went out Monday Maine! Maryland, Michigan, MinneDuo at Hartford.. preparedness over and and national night but could not locate Paris. He sota, Nebraska, Nevada, Naw Hampfive months. Tuesday. North Bound, No. 11 f returned Tuesday morning, howev- shire, New Jersey, New York, North abovo the Mexican situation." The district being remote, no reDuo at Hartford... ,,..--.. 5:55 p m. Mr. Qwen Robertson, of Kansas er, and made the arrest. Paris was Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, port had reached Col. H. G, Sickle, (Both "Mixed Trains.) City, Mo., Is spending his vacation brought before Esq. Shown, tho South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Fanners, Attention. a, commanding the border patrol here, Wo have a stock of Farm Implewith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joo County Judgo being absent, and his Wyoming, Hawaii. at a late hour tonight, but It was asments consisting of Bluo Bird Plows, Mr. Carl M. Taylor, of Prontls.was Robertson bond was fixed at ?2.50, which as sumed that the raiders had crossed For Bal? One Jersey cow C years Vulcan Chill Turning Plows, pur Miss Mariam Holbrook is visiting made. It is said that the trouble here Saturday. Single and the frontier perhaps with tho and Disc Harrows, Hoovold giving about 4 gallons of milk aucrs close behind. Goods at Mooro's friends in Fordsvlllo "and Hardlns- came-- upDver an old law suit. Swift's Premium Two-ro- w Corn Drills, One and ..... . , According, to stories reaching here, r.!t!J hurK. Miss Holbrook will return er was a student in tUe Hartford and over a pound of butter a day. K... h,.in. Cultivators, Slnglo nhd Doublo-Sliovj year and is a For particulars call on High. .School hero last homo today. the bandits are AicxJcans who recent, , , Plows and anything oIbo In mrn, MIS3C8 ISvalllui anuaiazzie He JAMES W. BEAR, ly have committed numerous minor Mr. Fred Rob.erteoji',. of Earllng- - quiet unassuming young man. Uio fmploment lino you iay'uood of"vmnydalo, wero here Monday. Hartford, Ky. 51t4 tou, left Tuesday aJr1 a few days. has many friends. In Hartford 'RoadJ depredations In tho (Uatrlct. ParkWq also, have throd Weber . . .... l. . .. .CW.' iiL . er, from whom Mexican .bandits stole vrMh nnfTcured Moats and Family v;b,ii wyi nut uu h if TftM. Ki1n. ller'A Cv,h Sales For Friday and Wagona and ono RMnab.Sut Buggy; a number, of. houd of stock last week, . . Jno Rotrci-tsonGroceries at Moore's Meat .Market All th'la will be sold.on rofeuldr tr.nus. .'. . Saturday. 81 acreg of farthing ranuroV'jsaleT attempted to drive Uiem off, but was goata "An--j Magis W'KOtafiXtdt, Otto. C. Martin Attended 110 bapat Sugar, while It lasts.. $8.25 JJoh't forget wo still handlo'tbft h. CBR'bW Apply to forced .to retreat to.the ranch-housJdne8' Brand FortUfzor. trate's- court at Olaton on; Thursday. r.iv.nt tJiti uinrA. aruQn:i DnnH taa 10 cans pure nog t,aru, wuue The marauders followed, broke thra I toucJ,wlth W. B. ELLIS & BRO., ,,uw . lltjlUPIjl tj v Mc lJciTTrWeTiH77)rLeitchneld'BOa?DMle.Qt?w Sueclal 'Deputy banking fcpni; and murdered Parker and Hartford, Kfr, ' . iiTi..-.- ; .s 7o 20t4 v1 L,b,ox,X5ra.;ker9, per pound... Sunday and Mondays tbq nffTty; aeatttas Ufo -'' ' .. ,. his young wife,,- - (Thoy are saU to j wnj'tn 'Hurtford CbjirloirffigplwSo. ccperfitor W-.- " T 1 - ... ..,.,,, ..$2.1,5 ,rbag HonPeed ' Just received a barrel of nice Plck-- j Jiuve made toir 'way Southfdrlvlue 'Grab Vl'oU' IlT,hiotlt' i.iiriy American Bibles. JI Com- 1 baweCU. R. M. Flour ... ,.,$5.76 l,..l tnrlr ill Mnnrn'n Mpnt Market, lti tm Tho..Iiept)Heft, Htl before w .. The first Blhlo printed In America a number of cattle and horses nlghV' iQarshal, aflU3,.P.eaborry Coffee ...,,.....$1,90 Ipojoy -wnt'wtay.n.fcfctJox.Ft. Thnm- - ' ,u r Tatiguage, ranslat-- j them.. ?v 'TO-1Q lb8.gpQd" Coffee $146. was In ap Jndjan nat periormeu wuuy juunws-iuuiImmediately the news of the raid v'llle, was, hero tbo latter port pf last iCy 2 Bo ed by John Elliott, pioneer rhfsslon-- 1 "but 'his lates't was the capture of a 7 cakw. Lenox Soap rhecftmtt knownr "jcltlzens of Hachita woek.. and'pubrisHed; Tne'wolf. a .292.' Good ,10c Can Rubbers.-- . 16o ary to tfe rndlanj. ; '. rfmv arnlf linrrthnnrii1!. --'ijoutfty Aiiojiej 6. w: Cf owd and other 4ommunltles in the nelgb wisa Cornelia Worlhuntv of,Loul8v lu Ololoa jThjildtiy attending Esq. large female, was In a" flgntintfWood, 2 boxes Oatmoal ... . . . .- - . . . 15c vlslUng'Mrs. w. S.. Dea. at. . f vlljo, iri Uorhdod formed vossesupand motored h Cakes.. 10c and J8c "lb. meut', in 1661. the SntlrVlftb. vf 8. DhVcainrt Jte. Crowo re at uia't, because seven of Irtrouns tqpd.-oes-e. to take the trail ot to 16C3, saya the Christian Herald. In i port that .m& mlim wad ills- - wero In danger of'eaptu?e-,v'v"3t Dulidoo, J,"F.""Vlctrcss'" BranflfordTJropos' , lhe- bandits".-- Shortly afterward cawOI IC88 one William returned to fibsod of. r Mra, RicUardBon" and Chdrles DC', pf from airy iletachlnenta , Tt MIGRATORY JURD LAV thld city, happenodto I prlco of tho bo6k to tft? Im Clenegas, Ammo, Hucco and scrlptlou, tho .. . "11 vltlt frlonds hero. , , . ,. outposts. - mlleB soulhwest oi JCtoluIJatU8e;nt UAU, wwif UKo4 ,vw pu G. subscribers being 20 shillings 'or a other oy WABhln$ut June Mlei Ruth WlMon, of "cromwoll, jamlly( Mrs'RwftJ Ilolbroolt tor )y wbon thoy eplei tbo In 1777,' during- ch'alr,man, and poand of sterlluk dlsanpeared in SAclfBn'oiLoIavtllo, Visited MIss'Mdurlno Martin last tpa past hijtr Qmrned; fo followed her until she J..Qujncy''Wrd, of Frankfort, oxeo- - tho Revolutionary war", tliefo were EfghV Sons From Ono Chicago a)Q. $ho mep Wow from thfe Sunday and Monday. ta of 'tho wo'lf'tKHthere-were'Bom- o ner notno. ... ! "! Family. !. ir....,...1..i u,.... JJ. .lu,? rvqiimyny tiitjin. so fow bibles In tho little group of . . . Mra. G. A Anuernon, oi nan rru M&uy visitor? vpifoln "town 'Mpn will Chicago, Juuo baby wolves lu the nolo. Several.!mamo anil p(Sn tQmmission, arriveu States that Congress voted to print cfoco, Cnl., wits tho guest of Mrs. J Q iQ 8ea tuo .IJltiie Cry of Pouce' They will 30,000 copies, Bveu this wub found send eight sons front one family to loo"ked-ou- t tOBeb whathn Waslilnston iimoAtho woif i weov. , T. Barnett t the 8tar Tnouier, rho theater appear, betoro tho Biological Survey impracticable. Typo and paper were the front as Ha record" show bt pat"Eaton, Ky., fWaff crowded at each of' tho throe waa going on. Mrs. Lllilo Oiler,' of Xo ask for a jnodlflcatlon wuntiug, and by way of compromise riotism. The men had no gun and It was "They are all Americans and have Is vlsltlug her sister, Mrs. James T. performances. to go after one, so they took o several admiutstratlvo features of 20,000 Bibles wero theu orderod (o too far Davis, near Sunnydalq. imported from Europe by author- got to fight for their country," said Otis Colburn, of St, Louis, Mo., oppbsite positions arpuml tho hole tho migratory uird law. be a Alphonse was Mtss EHzaboth "Mooro "arrived yesterday morning and re-- and waited. Tho next tlmo tho anty tho opinion of the Keutuckluns ity of Congress, the reason being giv- French-Canadia- n Bourdon, tho father,glad by birth. "I am guest of Miss Emma Weller, Sbreve, ' ported to Lieut. Shown fov duty, He imal stuck Its bead, out it was look- tho season whtii It Is prohibited to en that "Its uso was bo universal failed tQ receive jiotllcatlon In time ing at Dye, and Richardson sprang shoot wild fow slrbuld bo changed and Its imnortance so great." uut they are willing to go without any the latter part of last week Purging," safd tho mother, tho company. and grabbed It by .tho" back of tho so that the sportsmen of their State oven this could not bo do.ne owing Miss Ora Williams hub returned to leavtr-wlt- h a three weeks visit to her B.F..Gray and jJaughter.Mlss nepk.. Ho held pn until Dye. tore Wy "have a'n even break" with thoso to tho war embargoi The work was Mrs. homo after RobV brother In Johnston City, III. Ruth Gray, accompanied by their 'down a fence, to get a polejylth which of Indiana and. pier nearby States, then undertaken Jn 1782 by Mr. prlv-at- o Miss Ellen Gray, of Danville, the wolf was finally, KUled. Cjolum-bus, who a're.not governed by such .strin- ert Altken, of Philadelphia, as a n. Ticbenor keens the best and visitor, FOR FLETCHER'S enterprise. The books were few Kan. Dispatch, to Kansas City gent Federal regulations. coldest of cold drinks for these hot spent a fow dajs the fljBt of tho week Arrangements for the hearing to and dear. i with Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Brown. Star. .. ,,; days. Seo him and be cooled. M "V JULY SUPPORT HUGHES lives Xwngor She?ley and 'J. bell Cautrlll. Camp-- , DnnQCUCI T DiflV Tfl (IUUiJLYlLi MAUI IU OFFER HIS SERVICES CLEARING SALE our J - never attended any ent at our to it JULY CLEARING SALE Saturday, July 1st continues to Saturday, mean sale to economic buyers, the face fast advancing markets. lower our offerings of than manufacturers' org'et the date. invite your friends.and rememT)er;t)at It Pays To Trade With a House That Saves..-YoMoney. 2tiCa TbiSIVTHmVKvHVw w. , st Hartford Republican. k, n, I yes-terd- ,...,. Miss-Hariet- con-cor- ns Vlr-glul- Peg-Too- th two-hora- o. ol n9 .. T. cwi 1 ' , e. -- ..r- yh 44. w-t- ill '"" ' 1 '' tlio-doa- r ,-- s, .......... ...... -- -- the-.rafic- lt - wero-ordere- t ' .rli. 'vai,. w0 wbl-VfTb- 27.?-Jpse- teoKN "4t '23-!hle- UUVO-tujMU- -- 1 . 8-- W y. .' -- Children Cry OASTO Rl A over soy beans. Prof. Harper states curnto data for a year ou ten Jersey per pig. Tho respective Jots mado these oh follows: Cowpeas can bo cows, opordlng to County Agent -A. O. average dally gains or 0.82, 0.57, and 0.75 pounds jier plg,nnd coneumod, much more handily grown In corn. Graham or jovo uounn, ?vbo" tho following: figures: Shipped aside from pasture, 2.6G, 6.34 and s Thoy can bo sown broadcast, whllo 3rvl mvr soy beans cannot, because tltoy need and sold cream amounting to $395.- - i 2.91 pounds of feed ped pound of riB-ciunoun. calves on gain. Lot two was then put In with to gornilnnlo nnd do Si calves soldi ?133; b work Una been carried , more moisture TJio Cowpea hand, $tS0; cream and butter used, lot ono on clover and lot three renot germinate uniformly. on by the Uurcan of Animal Industry hay Is easier to euro than soy bean ?110; total Income from ten cows mained on tho rape, whore tho pigs of this department during tho paot hay were fed for twenty-si- x days. Tho and does not shatter so badly. I8GS.S1. with tho State year In pigs on clover mnde an avorngo dally Cowpoas arc less work to grow Agricultural Colleges of Alabama, gain por pig, of 0.75 pounds, consumUrcnkjiRO of JaM in Canning. Boy beans must bo planted In .Aransas, California, Georgia, India- rows and worked to get best results. When brcakago of Jars occurs It Is ing 3,64 pounds of feed asldo from na, Kentucky, Loulsana, aiassachu-CCtl- s, pasturo per pound of gain, consuming dno to such causes aa North Carolina, Nebraska, Corn, 3.16 pounds of feed per pound of (1) Overpacklug Jars. " Disinfecting Bchedulc. lar"reirT'f'"txi tttU Oklahoma, Oregon, and Texas. Tig bound, Jl3P8!rttUHjn peas, lima 'beans, nnd gain. " Ono of tho most successful poultry pumpkin, tv JUL. Cluba vero (organized among tho sweet potatoes swell or expand In ita?it70iQawa3Up proved a means of raisers remarked tho other day: tarn, xbjldrcn and processing. Do not fill the jars oatqpa'ai& ?TO..M. 'flfOUalng further Interost In Hvo stock "Thero la hardly a week passes that quite full of theso products. FOR FLETCHER'S somo part of our plant does not nnd nt tho samo tlmo tumlshod (3) Placing cold Jars In hqt water, a good dose of dlslnfoctaflt. I profitable and instructive work to thQ 6r vlco vefea. As ebon as tho Jars ' Houses, codps, Incubators and brood members. aro filled with hot sirup or hot water, he nrsv IX FIGHT Tho economic object of tho pig ers, all got their share." this man plnco immediately in tho canner. FOK HUGHES AND F.UIllUXKS realizes that an ounco of provcntlon clubs aro: To teach tho members (3) If top eracks during sterilisacure, nnd that Jiow to raise better swine cheaply; to Is worth a pound of Now York, June 23. Precampalgn tho best way of getting rid of mites, tion the wire ball was too tight jglvo tho members ft means of earning (4) In steam canner, having too tin it Tt TondhirtitXaL rff3 to afford tho members a Hco, nnd disease germs that chickens much water In tho canner. Water conferences more Important than any profits; and It txctl-leelnco the Chicago convention wero aro heir to Is to fight tho pests con loottioa ion PtnnijAni practical Insight into tho business should not come above, tho platform. held here today by Charles E. Hughes Arcane,- ISttr and If Stmts, makes U a desirtbte hesdquar-te- ti side of fanning. Indirectly, tho Im sistently. (5 Allowing cold draft to strike with Blihu Root and Charles W. for bridal couples, towiit Tho Idea that tho presence of Hco provement of tho swlno of tho countcutties, conventions, Schools, sitd they aro removed from Fairbanks, tho vce presidential nom"" ry and tho general Introduction of nnd other parasites on poultry is n tho Jars when -colIegcS; i inee. natural condition, efficiently taken tho cannor. Th PowhTtaTrsttrsetslhi better and cheaper swlno raising people ot cltur as4 education. (6 Having wire ball too tight, Mr. Hughes was closeted with each care of by nature, is a fallacy. Truc Iti proximity to Sut, War a4 methods are proposed. Nirr Dtpartnentt, alto to roup they are found on very young chicks, thuB breaking the jars or glass tops of theso callers for two hours. Tho b member Is required EAoh points ot .hiitorical Interest, bocauso tho mother hen unavoidably when lever Is forced down," Office entire plan of tho campaign was trakes, this hot1 especially keep a record of hta to ro a ducrliajauinr pubof Extension Work, North and West, skctchod, Including Mr. Hughes' ' lic.' work and report this at tho end of distributes them to her brood. Every States Relations Service speech of acceptance, which ho will .Tht ""r1owhata'otTiV"6tti tho State contest. Many unusually nest is a rofuge for them, likewise "with oetathtd Ulh. at tlJO. soon begin drafting, the treatment of $2.00 and op. Rottnt with prisuccessful records havo been made. perches, dropping boards, brooder A Missouri county agent reports an what Republican leaders consldor vate lath. 1230. $1.00 fad ap. Theeo aro not typical of tho work, houses and yarding coops. If the orchard-sprayin- g demonstration that the chief issues of the day, and tho Write TarlooDct witS rnipj poultryman is not careful, baby but rather roprcscnt Its possibilities. o. CLIFFORD M. LEWIJ; handicapped by these resulted In profits of $1,800 in 1915, erganfKVtlpp of the National A summary and tho averages of tho chicks start llfo when profits of from $500 to $600 a Jinftf bloodsucking pests. -It was authoritatively anwork of many members give- a hotter . year had usually been recejved with- nounced at the close of tho conferTheyo Js n9 bettrway to successIndication of tho vnluo of tho pig- out BpraylnsgjT-T"-roiiiiiJ.TmHiitiM.iiMuniul ence that Mr. Root would be a promfully combat germs and parishes flUb E0J& -- iSS5l.JHKSmnt"-inent figure in conducting tho camthan through the uso of a good, In the 13 States named, 11,032 Hatching Broken Ercjs. paign and that ho would nctlvely One 'that will members wre enrolled last yeafr in, ptrong disinfectant ' A recent press dispatch contains partlclate in jt. .. only kill Hce, mites and dorms, the p'ljj'clttJbB. Jfot all Zto active nbt following: i?ri0a&BI" Jn pursuance of his policy of destroy and noutrallzo foul odors, tho 4jipjUbErtf, but mosj of thoso raised "Milton Jnd.., May formal notlflca-tlonYM- r. "pigs, While b, great many reported but at tho samo tlma ono that will Parkins, a druggist Irtsro, wahandl-In- g Hughes declined to discuss neither stain nor Injure the. birds In more or less completely on their a sotting of eggs' in an Incubator tho conferences and Mr. Fairbanks work, members from 11 States, with any way. Many brooders havo been nt his storo sdme tfmo ago, and also announced his intention of 6ay-lH- g carbolic uctd n membership of 11,082, reported using crude and roflncd cracked ono. Mr. Parkins nothing until after tho notificapurpose. This u not only completely on weights, values, gains for this gholl with p piece tion ceremony. Whorti and when this dangorous, but expensive. There aro closed the broken i weight, costs of gains, and profits. many commercial disinfectants on of ttdheslvn plaster and replaced tho will bo hc4d may be determined tofiQ figures aro available from Calistrong efig In the incubator. Tho egg hatch- morrow when Chairman Harding, of fornia and Oregon, except as to tho the market three to flvo times er than carbolic, besides being safer ed, the chicken being the first of the the ItepnbUcan National Convention, number of members. brood to como fortb." meets Mr. Hughes here, Tho figures following aro complied and cheaper. trick of tho This la the Arthur N. Sager, of St. Louts, ProSeven the complete records. from fnrm wife. It is simply a question of gressive nomlnea for Senator from elghty-thre- o To Cure Soro Shoulder?. pls teen hundred and keeping the air out of the egg. That 11)14, Issued n statement The feet of no two por&ons nro such a thing should be published In Missouri In GC.VltANTKED SERVICE were reported, or an average of 1.1 after a conference with Mr. Hughes pigs por members. The majority of alike, consequently thoy cannot wear a lot of city papers as a "dispatch" One hundred por cent In which 'bo said": valuo. Special work for W, members took weanling pigs to feed the same shoes comfortably unless shows how llttlo city folks know party "I bollovo the Progressive O. W. in the spring and reported tholr re thoy are first adjusted by several about country thing. has accomplished all that is possible During In tho fall. The average weight days of preliminary wear. W. F. STEVENS, sults and that Its total disintegration is per pig at the beginning of the feed fthls period of adjustment the wear Hartford. Ky. R. F. D. 7. ReguliO- Fwil in Essential. only a matter of a- - low moro days." ing period was 39.2 pounds. At tue er's feet become tired, and blisters, Representing Continental : The most successful poultry breedend of the feeding period, which callouses and corns may appear. Marble & Granite Co. deI'iul'iucli Officii' Not Yet Ousted L days, tho pigs welch Horses' shoulders are like men's feet ers aro those who attend to. the &rjeragBd 16G clockCirfeeding as rogularly as Paducah, Ky., June 23. In A horse wears n tails of ed t94e pounds. This was an aver In this respect. quicker age dally gain In weight of 0.93 collar today that fits him. tomorrow work. Chlckons will fatten glVou at cuit Court today Judgo W. M. Uecd on less footl if the food Is decided that tho mandate in the city pound, at a cost of $0,044 per hund- one that Ih too small, and the next the samo hour each day. When a ouster suit decided by tho Court of red pounds. Thli low cost of gain day oua that Is his size, but does not breeder forms the bad habit of Appeals was tefTectlAro 'Immediately. can be attributed It is helleved, to conform to his shoulders and necks throwing ont a little food at his To thlw Judgment City Commissionthe bofter feeding methods practiced that refuse to heal even with the lelsuro permits, the chickens become ers T. N. Harelip and C. U Van Metforage crops by diligent application of a nover-fa- lj and the wide use of lng cure. It follows, therefore, that nervous, they bang about the build er objected and were grunted an ap.tho members. pigs aver- tho first requlslto for tho provcntlon ings lest they miss feeding time, and peal to tho Appellate Court. They Tha original value of the It takes moro feed to fatten them also tiled a superscdns bond and FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE aged ?o,24. Tho average final value of sore shoulders Is a perfect-fittin- g than when they know when to expet their seats until the State court Dissolved tp vra4ar far douche atop gain In value of $1G.10 collar. was 21.43, a pelric catarrh, aloontion and lnflm Is amusing to nolo pass's on tho Judgment of .tho Cirrelation. RecomsraascJocTby LydU E. Thore aro numerous remedies for e.iuh meal. It ThI gain In value cost ?G.91, giving quickly tho chicks accustom cuit Court' " PinkhsLtn Med. Co, c ten year. an Average net profit per pig of f 6.91 sore shoulders that give satisfactory how " A healing woadar far nasal catarrh, This action prevents tho Govern jvlnfi an average net profit per pig results, providing all other condi themselves to meal times. If they pro threat erod soro eyes. EconomlcaL overy afternoon or's appointees from taking their of 19.37 and an uvoruge net profit tions are favorable. The application have learned that nu ntrmonluur.clMausa ud tennioul rmir, pntriaU bjr at 4 o'clock la supper tlnuv at 4 scats and loaves the City Commission Sainpla Fr. JO. tOdnugau. per moinbcr of $10.29. of white lead ground in linseed oil, . TTuPmoiToJCMpymT. rWm,hl. figures aro a strong Indlea-tjo- u tho kind used for mixing paint, every o'clock they begin coining In from as It was boforo the ouster suit was These range. Quicker than one would filed. Commissioner Hazellp could that Improved swlno, raised In evening after tho collar Is removed, the be- not decide the controversy over the . A lotion believe they form sot habits, and tUQ right way, are profllublo even has proven eatlsfacCory. OVEfl 00 YEARS' they roam tho mandate until its regular session tho when pork values are as low as thoy composed of sis drams of lead acetate tween meal times PER.IENCE picking up what they can on third Monday In September, Ho said fields, vrctv in 1915. The vast majority of and thes nnio quautty of zinc sulpbnto range with a contented spirit if compelled to do so, ho would take combers had carefully solcctod hlgh-jrad- e rn ono pint of water makes a satistho case to the United States Suppure-bre- d hogs, and to this factory wash for soro necks. Oxide of and reme Court. Valno Of Goats on Farm. improved blood, as well as tho better zinc ointment Is also very good apAngora goats aro not kept for ceding methods, can be attributed plied Bevcral times daijy. their milk, but for their wool and Track Marks iie largo difference in favor of the OcstCHal their valuo as brnsh destroyers. Nab hogs Fivc-Ac- ro ftverago final value of CopvniaMTS Ac. Corn Contest. pjmdlni aaket e and drserlptlnn mr tive goats nnd tho Imported Saanen Anrona ?21.43, as compared with iH tho fall Four hundred and eight of tho WOT the estimated average valuo af all farmers who entered In tho 1915 In- and Toggenburg breeds, or a mixture urine, fur aacurlnr Date of tbese, aro tho best known mllchj ftogc on farms in the United States diana corn contest completed l'nienu taken tbrunch Muun A Co. rccolTe Milch goatB tpttUi rwXITs, wtrnout cbsrxa la theTho plg-I- tho work. Their average yield was goats ot this country. OH January 1, 191G, $8.40. members havo shown their abili- GG.l bushels per acre, at an nveragu aro easily kept, furnish from one ty ob A body to raUo plfn successfully cost of 111.81, or 21.1 cents per to ttwo quarts of milk daily for a perA titnitiometr lllnitrfttl weklr. Inrest Air- cnlailun ct anr clentUJo iDurnal. Ternii. t a They havo raised good pigs, cheap bushel. These contestants represent iod oS skc or is even months in tho rcuri foarmonira.il. ooUbjrcll namfleajors. pigs, and profitable pigs. The agent In ouch year, nnd aro a valuable substitute ed 23 counties WaahlualoiL V. C Urascti UOlaa. Many are keeping tholr gilt plgi county had Immediate charge of tho for tho cow where circumstances FARM LANDS and City Residences aro now selling at a low cost, breeding purposes. Some already work, but tho Stato collogo furnlsh-o- d make tho keeping of that animal Imtot Goat's milk Is rich, but but don't expect It to bo so .al4l9.va found It profitable to breed aa a Judge to assist in determining practicable, ca'nnot he skimmed for cream as is mem-her- s ways. If you ever expect to own wcl (W to feed pigs. Flfty-sl- x the Ield and cost One contestant ydur farm or your homo now is reporting on their sows and Ut- produced 105.4 bushebs per aero aud cows' milk. Unless- - particular care the tlmo to buy. ters roported an average profit of 10 produced from 90 to 100 bushels. Is taken to keep the goats clean and &U.ZZ. With tho membership for Tho 11 highest cohtontanU avcragod to feed them upon sweet wholesome WE3 HAVE soveral arms listed in Jhls yoar doubled and most of the 93,1 btiBhuls per aero, at au average food, thero Is a disagreeable, "strong' Ohio, county and they can bJ old members again uu the rolls, tho I cost of $15.23, or 1G.2 cents per lanto to their milk which renders It had for reasonable prices and - v w'z pig work should prove of oven great. bushel. The yields were determined objectionable to most people. They liberal tonus. Jf wo do not rUAuL.nkTTtkjfB' d et economic value in the future. corn, the, nro fod and pastured practically as r4 on a basis or . havo tbo particular farm you weigh being reduced to a moisture are cows, tt being usually estimated wo will inako efforts to got ttlMbnity MrlX 3 jreira. Bold In utarlf that six goats can bo kept upon the J crcrr City snd lowo U !) United &(tee anjjRoy lkuus vs. CmtpouH, contont of ID. 5 per cent it .for you. ' rations roqulred by ono cow. Goat's any otber due. 6n) wr Occ caUloeiA (Soy bcaira and cowpeas are com-Prmay be tethered at pasture where IF YOU want to move to Hartford HeCAXJiS M4CAZNB by Prof. Uarpar of Clomson liluto as Fertilizer. where our children will havo tho .College, and soy.bcan seem to havo Tho Pennsylvania Experiment Sta- grass la available and they will advautago of 'agt)od,hlgh Bchopl browse upon brush land where cows rather tho beet of it Jlegurdlug coy tion has completed a twonty-yea- r 11 notify ua. Wo havo houses and t ctkrjen pplr W rratai-peane, Prof. Harper toys; tost of b urn oil lime compared with could not subsist. Whether would jror(woi fidqtA4),3iladIn t a lit swiicTp. Mts tor saw and boiiofe you can pay you to purchaao two or thrco ibtcrltfe 'laaij, ii tead U aampk cbpr. They put moro nitrogen in tho soli ground llmestonu oa a ferlllleor for dopond select ono from our list to your ONDEBrUI. INDUCKMErTTS ( thou cowpeas. Tho seed will stay on correcting soil 'acidity. Tho results goats tor their milk wouldgot to AtreijU. Ivsttl trllrJS premUtm caUJ0t llklwj. upon your ability to thero andAawcasbprlcaoSerf. AaJreM .the ground till lato fall without rot- show a remarkable odvantago for largely your fa WE IIAVU a comfortahlo honio In tai uieui co. a m . i;o tnft ma ting, giving a longer pasturing. Thoy ground limestone. It was found that at a rcasonablo price and for caring Hartford, modern Improvements ctand dry weather better than cow-pt- a. each ton of fresh lime dostroyed cilities questtou as for them. There lo lullcu goats "beEarly varttles will ripen seed 1175 pounds of humus in the soil Is no and a good garden In cultivaing profitable under favorable tion for nalo or rent PJuco Ahead of early varltlea of cowpeas, and liberated 47 pounds of nitrogen. or that they may bo rents for $10 n month. so can be planted earlier and later. The land receiving- - quick llruo proIcld moro grain Hoy beans than duced 99 bushels less corn, J 10 bush- madtj to replnco tbo cow whe.ro only cowpoas. Ther Icher tho soil tho els less oats, 13 buBhels less wheat, a small OAiantty of milk Js wanted Call ou or address lieavlor tho yield of grain, wbllo on 5& tons less hay per acre, during daily. cowpeas muke moro vino the twenty-yea- r test, than tho land rich soil llAoftttlng Crops With Huino. everything else Utis. aud less seed. Soy beans rlpon all on which ground Limestone or two BARNETT 'I1 Succeed vriienvta3t4Fatn nml fmmtth TINSLEY Tt nrfrAiia In tests mado by the Ohio Station ot once bo can bo harvested by ma- tons of quick Unto uore applied to we.ikneiscs they aro the supremo d. chinery, whJIo cowpeas must bo tho comparative plota every four throo lota of pigs wero fed thirty Rokl Eotato Agents days aa follows: Lot one, oar corn Soy beans ara nbt troubled years. FOR K1DNEY,L!VER AWD nnd clover pasturo; lot two threw car by weovlls. They aro tho richest Kentucky. STOMACH TROUBLE znuecle-nfhkin- g corn and rape posture. In addition wo can raleo, feed $608.81 From Ton Jersos. tt to ths beat modlcine erer told Offleo. KeDuHUcn a . equal to cotton-see- d meal. Coleman Ward, a farmer, living all lota wero fed approximately over druggist's counter. got Phom ana jlllaTTa a itfiii inn But cowpeas havo jome advantages near Thaokervlllp, Ok.; haB kept ac-- quarter of a pound ot tankage dally FARM DEPARTMENT Pa3rorojssJ,on.a-- l mit-mlt- fl Ji pig-clu- ipiftOTp i&SMCTJim! . ""r smisamHar'l Otto C. Martin Attorney at Lav: HARTFORD, KV. Will practice Ma profession In thfl and adjoining counties. Comtnorcfea) s.nd Criminal Practico a Spoclalty. T. WADnHTIUTTOS CTorawrll, Ky. T OTTOC.il A lUrtlonl, Ky. IITIB re-ccj- root to Children Cry CASTOR A m STRATTON & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice thdr profession In Ihto and djolnlng counties. Collection Commercial and Criminal Practice Bpoclalty. Pjompt and tlcorow sorvlcfl. JS'otarj in office. nt 0.ETAYL0R.CE Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. pig-clu- plg-fccdl- DR. ' HART VETERINARY SURGEON UEAVEIl DASI, KY. Jamos Taylor's Lircr Darn. 0. E. Coijj-mltte- - . Offlf Zlyhll. f' TH AT l"AtL m "1rvnam.t 11 TRAOC-MArlK- S 803noS Gavnnth Otrnnt, mtunrnuTUN, u. li. retort THit mjt- ticlniiuir. n YMuf PABSINQ ncrinntCCII. ror(r03U -- - . ar oi nvnutilo iviurfli rit to iianM, ! ftli? t Bbld. (iiotooe dtitch tor pnnrlr Wod la okuia r ATI NT w tea. aJtnl 16 ltm thorvuttij, at cm yea suonm. rnlt woJl-knov- .il WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A MKA Manmdm vzr Tnafntsnf WEAK for LUNGS or CONSUMPTION FOR tor thai IfleUsj. Evory Woman Wnnin A Quick rcJWfONEtlted.MONTH Las In clrcft. nlrht jwesis. brraorfourhs. ixuaacajm;. ds duces. wlc lunrpcxotiumpll6eV II It cot bf lp yoa II coats roa ootniat. Lock Dox 018 OHIO MEDICAL CO. C0LUMDU9 O. ro-tn- fn KILLTHCCryGH AMD C U RS the I S.UMCQ I w,THiiraMgs I .tr-U- Hew FOR iSSBIDa - HnHix Mj SAXlSFAOIOrf tou jaouiix uuituaiJEio. QUARAllTEED mmmmmmBKmimfamnmmmmmm AND ALLTIiaOATANDLUNQTnOUBLJES. HPJ8 Bsssssif ? ms Mat Biittlt fm pig-clu- Real ut Estate j MP.effiPJJS!MfflWS!S:l ci- e- M ILL COLlNTRIEB. I fhuc.1 Jlmliutt Jirrct niti H'aikint;t CCVTIVUS. cuntiiic Jititmcas., no nt&ih Patwit Vid rfncmet PrucVcB Writu ur emm ta us at lf lri CxduttrtlT. am. sttMt, mu oalud cutM ntsst c NOTON. C C. -. alr-drlo- do-sl- ro :r tJ 1 a ' . POPUUOiECBMaCS 300 ARTICLES-3- li Electric Bitters t AA.GAZINB 1LLU5TRAJI0NS 00 KiaJF Infotraed p! the. World'a ProgrtM In lJiKUieciing, Mechitntcs and Invention. For Father mid Son and All tho Tamuy. It appeals to ull class es uia nun i oupir Men and Women. ft U tine Irarorlba Mugulnp la UOUM.IMISOT nouMi throoahout Uiu wur! 'Ids Oar PoiyIch tXrnitpouilwiU srs roaaUntlr on th wki '" lor tahxs caw sail latcrwttlaii au4 It b Wllco! IlrnU tor bCopK")n4 au M.FwUst'tllf' tt ork itoiialnw tbo Ilont. talMr Mc4iyUc i (17 l'&aca) !or lbs Dors inJ m to Ulriiaho larioHWto Written So Yoa Can Understand It hsaiHHp (20 NatM DapartniMt l'aow) conUlo. hand-picke- Hartford, .LuJL POPULAR MECHANI8S MAQAZIMlJ nwi nnwiaii mtuh wnivAVU sad 'irlosTV'U Urltfl ' JiBsiaM, JtusU, kjaow uiom Jcunolrr, SoeA lucnituro, cto. IVUU1B, sa .uui Uoos I vr taa Meabaiila.Ouaipor aniltfDjtUmau fl.SO PER YEAR 8IN0LCC0PICS.tr SunpU cpy wta t an en tniiMC j)lUrullUowoniaaclie v r COMMITTEE'S GIVEN J. 0. K. both lloo and nits. Clothes other III) than wash clothes should bo sterll- - MU Ized by passing through steam in a F. TAYLOR sterilizer at 216. Clothes that can neither bo boiled nor steamed can EDMONSON COUNTY COMMITTEE MAYS NO OPPOSITION' WITH- IN TJIIIID DISTRICT. Brownsville, Ky., June 23. Iteso-lutloIndorsing tho candidacy of J. Frank Taylor, of Glasgow, for the Hepubllcan nomination for Congress In tho third District, were adopted unanimously at a meeting of tho Edmonson County Republican Com-mltthero yesterday. Tho prenmblo to tho resolutions adopted expresses tho opinion that represent tho tho committeemen sentiment of tho entire Hepubllcan electorate of Edmonson County in roepect to' Taylor's candidacy. The resolutions declaro that any opposition to Taylor, "at this late hour," Is instituted by influences outside the Third District, and pledge tho members of tho commlttco, collectively nad individually, to use all Tayhonornblo means to bring lor's nomination and election. Tho resolutions aro signed by Koah Skaggs, county chairman, and W. W. Duvall, secretary. ns eo nbt Stomach Troubles and Constipation. "I will cheerfully say that Chamberlain's Tablets aro tho most satisfactory remedy for stomach troubles and constipation that I have sold in thirty-fou- r years drug store servlco," writes S. II. Murphy, druggist, Wells-bureveryObtainable N. Y. m where, ALKIES' HOUSE liUYER . ROBBED OP $20,000 Chicago, June 23. Win. Hebbe. said to bo a horse buyer for tho Allies, was found on Lake Shoro Drive today suffering from a pistol wound, and told tho police robbers had taken $20,000 from him. Among letters found In his clothes was one addressed to tho Itev. John Timothy Stone, pastor of tho Fourth Presbyterian church here, which In part g, "Wo took everything ho had, over $100,000. Thank Cod for giving us the strength to do what wo did. Wo shall bo very liberal to contribute n collection any time you wish. "Wo know this man Is perfectly innocent, but wo want rovengo on you and your church for tho way you have done us." Other letters from a Now York insurance firm quoting Insurance rates on horses and ono addressed to MnJ. building, New Hebbe, Woolworth York, were found in Rebbo's clothes. Mrs. Stone, wife of tho clergyman to whom tho first letter was addressed, said she did not believe Mr. :Stono know Rebbe. The minister la out of town. . said: To tho Public. "I havo been using Chamberlaln'a Tablets for Indigestion for tho past six months, and It affords mo pleasure to say I have never used a remedy that did mo so much good." Mrs. C. E. Riley, Illlon, N. Y. Chamberlain's Tablets aro obtainable everym where, Typhus in Mexico. This story Is primarily for the benefit of tho soldiers preparing for Mexico. Very much the most Important health hazard for them in Mexico is typhus fever. Moxlcan typhus is of the worst. That which demolished a Serbian army Is no worse than that which soldiers may hate to contend o-i- r i- - against In Mexico. Tho bacillus of typhus cirs'ilales In tho blood of persons infected with tho disease. It Is almost univcrslally ucccpted now that tho bacillus is abroad from man to man by tho blld or tho ordinary body louso. SVhllt there Is a vacclno against typhus, It is not certain that It is elective.. That means that tho measures tor tho control of typhus which have iroVen most olfeUivo nro measure directed ngaliiBt llri When measures csrlnst llco wore at inaugurated In tho British art the front it was found that 0o per Tho ent or tho men wort infested average number of lice per sol Her Was thirty, -- V Body lico breed in tho clothing Tho prefrred place Id tho scam in tho fork of tho trousers. In thirty minutes after a clean shirt or clean undor-wchavo been put on tho insects infest them. Whon lico abound they aro likely to Infest buildings and trenches, furnlturo and bed clothing. This, Thoy prehowever, Is exceptional. fer to stick to warm clothing In touch with tho human body. Therefore men, not houses, trenches, tents beds, nor bedding, are the chief source ot infection. Men should be glvon a certain time in which to search for lice in their opportunities for Good clothes. lathing must 'be provided. Clothes that can be washed should be freed of Vermin by boiling. This kills ar alvo public road; thenco N. 77 E. 7 ch., to a sweet gum; thenco following said road N. 84 E. 6. 70 ch., VOLUNTEERS NEEDY to a hickory; thenco E. C. 93 ch., to tho beginning,, containing , 63.97 ' . f. atfresi '; be freed of lce and nits by ironing.' Purchaser will bo required to exeA hot iron kills llco and eggs. Clothes DEPENDENTS OE THOSE WHO cute bond with approved security, should be Ironed onco or twlco a ENLIST TO IJE HELPED, bearing six per cent Interest from weok. IS PLAN. date until paid. The best lnsectlcldo Is N. C. I. O. H. CARY, powder, consisting of naphtaleno, 96 Master Commissioner McLean Cirper cent; creosote, 2 per cent; iodoWashington, Juno 23. A bill to cuit Court. form, 2 per cent. A cheaper, and tho appropriate $2,650,000 to provido Is English say a better, powder, aid for dependents of Federal volSHERIFF'S SALE. naphthalene, 9G per cent; creosote, unteers and enlisted men of the Na- 2 per 2 per cent; magnesium silicate, flnnnl fliinril muararnrl Inrn thn mtll Life Insuranco Co., cent. This can bo called the N. C. , Plaintiffs, aorvlco of tho UnUe, stftteg wafl be M. powder. This powder should genator L lntroduced tod vs. dusted on tho body and In tho clothes ( and ref(jrred to th(j Com. S. J. Tichenor, Debt. . a little .,, twlco a week. The powder is . By No. 810 uii yeuoiuua. Irritating to tho skin between the Ulibiuu measure would direct the Sec- issued virtue ot an execution The from the Ohio Circuit Court, part of tho body in retary of legs. On that Ky., on April 4, 1916, in favor of the Interior, stead of applying the powder grease with tho Commissioner of Pensions, the Life Insurance 4 pounds; with crudo oil ointment, to make Inquiry Into tho condition Co., against S. J. Tichenor for the soft paralQn, 2 pounds; crude tar oil. of persons dependent upon enlisted sum ot $6,000.00 together with 6 To clean tho hair of lice and nits guardsmen now in service, or upon per cent Interest thereon from tho 6th mop the hair with cotton wet with volunteers if they should be called day of October, 1914, subject to a I tctrachlorthane. for, and to pay such dependents not credit of $5,000, April 3, 1916, also An excellent emergency means of to exceed $30 a month, except in ex- the sum of $23.50 cost, and the furthridding clothes of llco and nits Is to traordinary cases. er amount ot' cost of collection and put them In kerosene. There are Chairman Hay, of the House Mili- cost of this sale; which execution certain practical objections to its tary Committee, has announced that was placed In my hnnds bs sheriff of general use on n largo scale. The ho would Introduce a slmlllar meas- Ohio county for collection, and by N. C. M. powder is also to be dusted ure. His plan contemplates an Ini- vlrture vested in me t by the In the bedding. Commonwealth I, of Kentucky, tial appropriation of $500,000. Other louse remedies having some or ono ot my deputies, will vlrture, according to a late English Notice. on Monday, July 2nd, 191G at report, nro: Verraijelli; sulphur Ohio Circuit Court. about the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. solution J. M. Swopo, et al, Plaintiffs. fumes; one and one-ha- lf at the court house door in Hartford, crcsol solution; chloride of lime, 7 vs., Notice. Ky., ol'er at public outcry to the per cent solution; fresh Datamation J. R. Swope, Administrator, et al, highest and best bidder upon a credit Insect powder; mercury olntement; . Defendants. of three months, the equity of rej white mercury powder, Sulphur nnd A1, persons having claims against demption In nnd to the following depreparations tho Mtnto of Den Swone. deceased. scribed proporty, or so much therevarious proprietary wero found useless. Dr. W. A. will present the same to me, duly of us will be necessary to satisfy Evans In the St. Louis verified, at my office In Hartford, Ky., plaintiff, debt, Interest and all costs, on or before the 1st day of July, viz: Two lots or parcels of ground 191G, where I will set to hear and with tho Improvements thereon, loSubmarine Mine That Hears. file said claims. cated In McIIenry, Ohio county, Ky., Edward F. Chandler, an inventor This June, 14th, 1916. described as follows: who has made a close study of subOTTO C. MARTIN, Lot No. 1 Beginning on Howard marine problems has worked out a boundary Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit street at the North-easystem of applying microphones to' Court 50t3 line of the McIIenry Deposit Bank mines so that it would bo possible to and running east 263 ft. to a stone; blow up a submarine trying to worm thence south 158 ft. to a stake; harbIts way into a thence west 165 ft. to a stake; thence FOR FLETCHER'S or, or a battleship seeking to enter a south 17 feet to a stake; thence west harbor at night or In a dense fog. Ho 35 ft. to a stake; thence south 28 ft. explains his plan In tho July Popular to a stake; thenco west 130 ft. to : Sclenco Monthly. Nurrow Escape. Main street; thenco north with Main "In my system," writes Mr. Chandstreet 128 ft.; thence east with the An aged negro was crossing-tende- r ler, "The mines are arranged In at a spot where an express train line of the McHenry Deposit Bank groups of four, each group constitut- made quick work of a buggy and Its 75 ft. to the beginning on Howard ing a fleld unit. On each mlno a occupants. Naturally, he was the street. microphones literally hear tho hum chief witness, and the entire case Being a portion of tfc'e land conof a submarine's motor. Not only hinged upon the energy with which veyed to S. J. TIchenof and E. B. that, but tho particular microphone he had displayed his warning signal. Tichenor on March 22d, 1904 by E. It Is nearest to It, can easily be locatA grueling left F. Render, which deed Is of record In ed. Rastus unshaken In his story: The Deed Book 35, Folio 342, Ohio Coun"It Is simple enough to determine night was dark, and ho had waved ty Clerk's office. Lot No. 2 A lot in McHenry, whether a submarine is nearer mlno his lantern frantically, but the driv1 or mine 2 of a given fleld unit of er of tho carriage paid no attention Ohio county, Ky., and bounded as Beginning at a follows, .to-wl- t: four mines. Tho fleld units are in to it. terconnected electrically, so. that tho Later the division superintendent stake on Howard street, running entire harbor is sown with high ex-- . caiied the .flagman, 'to his office to south 75 ft.; thence west 40 ft.; ' plosive. compliment him on the steadfastness thence north 75 ft.; thence east 40 , ft. to the beginning, being a portion mlno fleld equipped. with micro- - ( wta whl,ch he stuck to his story, "A phones in the manner" Indicated i3 ( You did wonderfully, Rastus," he of tho land deeded to S. J. Tichenor lumin- - 8aid.."I wasafrald at.flrst you might by E. F. Render and wife, March electrically connected with 2dtb, 1902, recorded In Deed Book ous annunciator. In otber words, waver In your testimony." wires run from each microphone to j "Nossi'r'jjo'ssir," Rastus exclaimed 24, page 251, Ohio County Court a board which Is divided fnto squares iiDUt j ,jono f'eared ev'ty mlnu.tc-- that Clerk's office. The purchaser will be required to corresponding In number with those .ore durn iawyer was.agwhje ter ask executp bond with approved security units. Behind each I me jj roah lantern was lit." of the mlne-flel- d Immediately after the sale. Aa O Said o i. square a lamp In mfliininil ta ujuuuicu. bond to hear Interest at the rate Do You Know Tlutt hostile ship passes through a mineIt's worry, not work, which short- of 6 pereent from date until paid. field the nearest microphone picks up Given under my hand, this the 29th the vibrations or her propellers and ens life? A cold bath every morning is the day of April, 1916. the corresponding lamps on the board S. O. KEOWN, best complexion remedy? glow. Sheriff Ohio County, Ky. Poor health is expensive? "Imagine New York harbor mined By S. A. Bratcher, D. S. Tho U. S. Public Health Service and mlcrophoned in the manner that 4 I have described; Imagine the mines has reduced malaria 60 per cent In MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. connected with a luminous annuncia- some localities? The death rate from typhoid fever tor at Fort Wadsworth; imagine a Ohio Circuit Court. submarine crawling very, very cau- - j in the United States has been cut in Cora Thomasson, Plaintiff. tlously through tho fleld, thrusting half since 19007 vs., Notice. 120,000 Pneumonia kills over aside with careful antenna, the anchCharles Howley, et al, Defendants. or-chains of tho buoyant mines In Americans each year? By virtue of a Judgment and order Flyless town has few funerals? Its path. An American officer glues The well that drains the cesspool ot sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, his eyes on tho luminous board. One rendered nt the May term, 1916, in by ono the squares glow before him Is the. cup ot death? tho abovo cause for the purpose of Unwittingly tho 19, 36, 53.CC. paying tho cost of this action, togethCause and Effect. submarined commander plots his Little Boy A penn'orth each of er with tho cost of this sale, and for course in a trail of light. Ho cannot eyes; and yet liniment and liquid cement, please. tho division of tho proceeds among ho seen with human Chemist Are they both for tho those who aro entitled thereto, I ho is as visible, electrically, at least "Square samo person, or shall I wrap them will offer foe sale by public outcry to as a goldfish in a glass bowl. the highest and best bidder, nt the 78," says tho American officer to up separately?Little Boy Well, I dunno. Muv-ver- 's court house door In Hartford, Ky., Hughes .up. himself, as a new Ughf., broke 'er teapot, eo she wants on Monday the 3rd day ot July, 1910, Tho tlmo has come .foe declslvo actho cement, but fnrver wa'tns the li- at about, the hour of one o'clock p. tion. Ho pulls a hnnUKaWIjyltches 'E.'s what muvver broke m., upon a credit of six and twelve tho precision indicator liojilectiical niment. months, the following described The,, 'cr teapot on. Squato 3: connection vlt,h ' t: property, submarine Is noarest mine "A" of i Two certain tracts ot land lying inlcrppliono ono MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. that unit, for tho and being In Ohio county, Ky nnd Ho mine a. is inicuseiy ucyvv, ' McLean Circuit Court, bounded as follows: jllea asva'a colupresses a button, A. C. ''Harrison, Tract 1 On the north by tho landa mn of water Is tossed Into. tlo air. Walter Scott and Assignees, etc., Plaintiffs, of James Ellis; on the east by the enemy has been destroyed An unseen vs. lands ot Luko Easterday; on tho with awful suddenness; ..20. brave south by the Hartford and Calhoun killed wjcU merci- W. E. Templeton, etc., Defendants. sailors havo been G. II. Cary, road; ou the west by the lands ot Tho uuderslgned, ful swiftness by a man who never ' Master Commissioner ot tho McLean Joo Thomasson and Jack Russel, and '"', saw their faces." 'Circuit Court, will, on Monday tho containing about 37 acres. i m 3d day ot July, 1916, about ono Tract 2 On the notth by tho Important Difference. Court, o'clock p. ih. at tho front door of the lands of Jake Shaver; on the east by "Can you tell mo," said ..t addressing Eurico Ufuzzl,ujtiler, ex- court house in Hartford, Ky., sell the lands ot Lute Ellis; on the south amination nt Union Hill, Nv Jr.:is to upou a. credit of six months, to the by he lands of James. Ellis; and on his qualifications for citizenship, highest' bidder, fho following tract the west by the lands ot Joo Thomas"the difference between the powers or parcel ot land lying In Ohio coun- son, and containing about 15 acres. and prerogatives ot tho King ot Eng- ty, Ky and described as follows, viz: Each tract will be sold separately. Beginning at a stake on the South Tho purchaser will be required to land and those ot the President ot the. side ot tho Hartford and Ceralvo pub- execute bond with approved security United States?" lic road; thence S. 2 E, 31.75 ch. to Immeadlately after salo and a Hen "Yezzlr," spoke up Ufuzzl prompta dead red oak, corner to Lonoy Mill- will be retained for further secuilty. ly. "King, he got steady Job." er; thenco West 20.87 ch., to a stone, This June 14th, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, J, D. 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The glass bulb la about two where white people seldom. go, I WM GERMANS, CONTINUES TO MEXICANS TO 84, " 1 gas-fille- d one-tent- h SI PPBICINf, ml 111 J k. M M k. M ' v-- - inches in dlamoter. APPEAR REGULARLY. Tho light Is about 170 times more powerful than that given by tho acetylene signal lamps now being Berltn.Ju'no 27. In spite of all tho Columbus, N. M June 27. Sam used by the survey. efforts of the German authorities In n. Harris, a private In C Troop ot the occupied part of Belgium to disthe Tenth cavalry, was brought to NKW COINS TO MAKE cover the editors and stop the pub late today with bullet the border APPEARANCE SATURDAY lication of tho "Libre Belglque," the wounds In his left shoulder and arm, obnoxious, but undeniably witty, litl. received In tho engagement of Washington.Juno 27. New dimes, tle paper continues to appear with fully 700 He said thero were quarters and half dollars will make exasperating frequency, nay. almost Mexicans against the 84 men of tho their appearance Saturday. Secretaregularlty.and each time a new issuo American detachment. ry of the Treasury McAdoo has put leaves the press a copy, conspicuously "To top it off," Harris said, "they the flnnl stamp of approval upon marked, "with the compliments of had a machine gun and they sur- them and tho new coins will bo put the editors," Is Invariably found on prised us. Wo approached them In Into circulation at once. the private desk of the German gova peaceful way, and neter line! nn The Treasury claims for tho new ernor general In Brussels. Idea (lint they would try to massacre coins that they are more artistic The sentries who guard tho enus. Had wo known they minted fight, than those now in use, and Secretatrances to tho palace aro punished we could liavo gleii It to them. .1 ry McAdoo is hopeful that they will each tlmo this happens, but although Kuess they got enough, nt that." acquire as much popularity as did picked men are used for this duty Harris troop was surrounded by the Lincoln penny, which gradually they declare that nobody has been He esHie Carransdstas, he said. Is driving the American Indian from admitted without showing tho necescaped, wounded, from tho cordon the one of his last stamping grounds. sary papers and explaining .his busiaround the Mexicans had drawn Under tho law tho Secretary of ness. Americans by riding straight through the Treasury Is permitted to change Reporter Outwitted their line. He rode his horse until the designs of, coins every twenty ft fell from loss of blood and then years. The lives of tho present 10, A Berlin reporter who was sent to caught another fleeing animal, with 2C and. 60 cent pieces have reached Brussels by his paper for the express how and which he eventually reached other this stage. purpose of discovering uurvlvors, whom he accompanied to McAdoo has had under where the "Libre Belglque" Is printSecretary field headquarters. consideration for several weeks the ed and circulated, but who has Just troops, Capt. Boyd command"Our matter of permitting publication returned here utterly mystified nnd ing, had pulled up before Carrlzal," of the new designs, but has learned llsgusted, said today ho was on the he said. "Tho captain ordered every from Controller of the Treasury War- alert night and day for many Weeks, I took charge of one to dismount. wick that tho law prohibits repro- during which time several Issues of some anlmals,and their riders stood duction of the full or part of tho de- the paper appeared, but he was unat attention while Capt. Boyd went signs, and the American people will able to discover anything. forward. Soon thereafter the shoot- have to get acquainted with them Cm the other hand, he said the peoing started and Capt. Boyd went through the banks. ple of Brussels were evidently perdown. There were easily 700 Mex- , fectly well aware of the nature of his icans around us. Seemingly, they : mission and played all k'tnds of tricks For Sale. had come up out of the ground, Good 120 acre rarm on Rough on him. kept forming a half circle. Our men "I stood It as long as I could," he Hlver, 3 miles west of Hartford. 60 The first shots cam'.' on falling. acres in cultivation; other GO acres said, "but when last week a ragged from a machine gun. It was trained woodland. Improved. Apply, little rascal of a street unchln came right on us. running up to me in the street and TINSLEY & BARNETT, "It wasn't more than two minuted stuck a fresh copy of the d d paper Hartford, Ky. before the Mexicans had surrounded Into my hand and disappeared on a 4- ns. Our troops fought Effectively, run before I realized what had" hapLARGE SOI TO IMPROVE but we didn't have a shew, and I THE ROADS OF KENTUCKY pened gave up the task and asked saw It. I was hit In the shoulder, my editor to relievo me." and I cut the horses loose and, cliqlb-In- g Dutch papA strongly Washington, June 29. Under the on my animal, spurred him toer, the "Nouvelles de Maastricht," terms of the good roads bill, Anally ward the thinnest part of the circle." agreed to by the House, Kentucky gives the following information about through the .Mexpublishing of the "I went right will rpceive $1,509,000 from the fed- the methods of icans. My horse ran ten mile1? before government for the improve- "Libre Belglque." Five eral he settled down to a walk. The members of the staff do not ment of her highways during the miles further on his legs gavo out next five years, provided the State know one another, nor do they know and he went down. I knelt and "puts up" a like amount. Tho bill who Is editor. They all glvo their only poured a little water from my canprovides that the following sums services free and they confer I guess he teen on his tongue. high- through trusted Intermediaries whose shall be paid to Kentucky for understood, for he got that lool- - it way Improvement during the next names they do not know and each of eyes animals have when they are his whom Is Immediately replaced by anAve years, beginning July 1, 191C: grateful." other If he happens to disappear. First year, $100, COO. "The same system applies to those Second year. ?201,200. For Sale. who distribute the paper, who do not Third year, $301,800. A 1G0 acre farm 4 miles east of know the Identity of those who hand Fourth year. $402,400. Hartford, on the border of the oil of the paper them their bundles Fifth year, $503,000. fields. Good dwelling, barn and othwill ac- whenever a new Issue appears. The Assuming that the State Young er necessary outbuildings. lf plan Germans evidently now realize that quiescence in the strawberry bed and other orchard, highway Improvement, an they will never be able to stop the for State pleasing features. If bonds carry aggregate of $3,018,000 will be ex- paper, though they are well awaro Inter-counseat pike will be near. pended during the next five years for that It Is printed in the territory unSee, or write Tinsley' & Barnett, the Improvement of Kentucky high- der their "control." Hartford, Ky., for further particu- ways. lars. The bill provides that under the RIVAL PARTY LEADERS TO MARCH IN PARADE plan Ilndiana shall BRAZILIAN THINKS THAT expend $2,114,000 for Improving her --t .. U. S. IS INCONSISTENT KenWashington, June 13. Charles E. roads, as against $1,509,000 tucky will expend for the same pur- Hughes promised tonight to march Rio Janeiro, June 27. The keen pose. In the preparedness parade to be held Interest with which Brazil Is here Wednesday, provided business of the the developments did not take him out of town on that Hen, 24 Years Old, Lays Egg. crisis between tho United States and Spanish Annie, the grand old hen day. Mexico received a new impetus toPresident Wilson, In response to of 29 years (duly authenticated), day following a spirited discussion owned by Col. James Blanchard, of an Invitation from the arrangements in tho chamber of deputies, during Dayville, is quite content to die be- commltteo, already has promised to which an opposition deputy made a cause y she performed what Is hoad the parade, to review it from a litter attack on the United States. probably her last labor In this world, stand In front of the White House The discussion was opened by something beyond "All the king's and later to deliver an address on this deputy who, commenting on the horses and all the king's men;" for "America First." last note sent to Mexico by Secre- sho laid a nice brown egg. The demonstration, in which many tary Lansing, declared ho was assho other high officials are expected to Spanish Annie, called because that the United States is of black Spanish variety, hasn't take part, will be the principal featonished should make difficulties In accepting laid an egg In years. However, ture of the capital's celebration of the explanations of Mexico, while within u year she got her nurac In the Flag Day. those of Gerpromptly accepting newspapers and her picture In many many in regard to the submarine Pushed Peanut i Mile. of them when she hatched out a tine The speaker asserted that war. Now York, Juno 2G.Larry brood of chickens and was hailed us Germany was continuing her underO'Brien, hospital orderly and admirer the world's champion Ulddy. In violation of its sea campaign Col. Blanchard, who is proud of ot Frank Moran, pushed u peanut promise to Washington and that the his fatuous hen, has discovered, trotn ono mile through the streets ot PetUnited States did not dare to prohis poultry records that Spanish An- erson, N. J., because, be didn't pick test. nie wns hatched July 4, ISS7, and for thi winner of tho Willard-Mora- n o years contributed generously to the bout. ELECTRIC LIGHT CAN Larry, who made tho wager with Some 0O MILKS Blanchard daily egg hupply. HE SEEN years ago her shiny Jot black feathers Max Dlnclu, a hospital pharmacist, eggs agreed that tho loser should use A portable electric signal light, began turning white and her were fowqr. Then sho lost her toothpicks to propel the peanut and which, although operated by dry-ce- ll batterloa, gives 250,000 candle pow-r- r, quick, dashing gait, and at present forfeit $10 ir he spoke to auono gray. during the btuut. It was a hard trial has been designed and construct- hor feathers are a mottled Spanish Annie made no particular for Larry, as 1,500 persons through ined by K. G. Fisher, chiof of tho totho principal streets from the Genstrument division of the United commotion after laying her egg Survey, day, but her happy owner arranged eral Hospital to tho United States States Coast and Geodetic Hartford, Theater. Many offered suggestions sas Popular Science Monthly. Is to n special feed for her. Sun. and othors Jerred, but Larry JUBt summer In tho Conn., Dispatch Now York bo used during tho He used forty toothpicks o whistled. mountainous regions of Idaho and ' Tho Rule Didn't Work. minin the task that took forty-fiv- e triaugulatlon Oregon on primary "Ono dollar, please," said tho den- utes. whoro the dlstanco between statious h) frequently aa much as 100 miles. tist. Lnusunl Celerity. "But," protested tho patient, "your No larger than thp ordinary automoA lad who had just received an bile headlight, the packed apparatus sign reads:. 'Painless extracting free,' Interesting bit of uewa said to her pounds. Under and now you want a dollar." weighs twenty-thre- e "Certainly," replied the dentist. little daughter: the ideal atmospheric conditions "Marjprle, dear, auntie has a new light will be vislblo through a telo-ico- "You remember that you yelled a bit, Ordinary power for a dist- so this does not apply In your caso. baby, and now mamma is the baby's of I do painless extracting free, Just as aunt, papa is the baby's uncle, and ance of 250 to 300 miles. power of tho light Is due I advertise, but yours evidently was you are her little cousin." The great "Well," said "MSrJorle, wondering-ly- , to a new type of tungsten filament not painless and so I make a charge "wasn't hat arranged quick?" The flla-ae- for It. One dollar, please." Ladles! designed by Mr. Fisher. lV'- - ' Boston Transcript. Homo Journal. 1b concentrated bo as to confine Car-rizapro-Frenhalf-and-haty dollar-for-dollar ng to-da' nt ZAL SAYS AMERICANS DIDN'T CIIANCB. A IIAVK going along with my guide when I saw a small peddler beside the jm:t with some One Peking pears.' t bought six of them for 2 conts Tiad la payment VALUES Swift Selling Slocks of ' t gave the street, peddler a,fwonty cent piece. Ho turned It over and over and tested it with bis thumb nail, which was surely made for the purpose. Tho peddler gave back the coin and said that ho would not take It. The guide asked him why, nnd ho explained that he had, tysver seen nny such money and that it might be bad. So I bad to dig up some coppers. . Iii nil his life the peddler had never seen n piece of silver money. There are thousands nnd thousands of people In China wliose financial dealings ncv cr amount to enough to have It put Into silver, who are born, grow old nnd pass to their rew'ard without ever har-In- g seen a piece of silver. All China Is suspicious about money. Every time you put down n dime or a piece of silver the other person tests if before he will take It, ringing it on the counter or on the pavement. You can't gic a merchant the right amount of change nnd wall: off. De won't let you leave until he has tested every piece, und he nlwnys gives back one or two- - pieces. lie wouldn't think verj much ot. himself as u merchant If he didn't icfusc some of jour mohey. rf jrotf buj something In one part of a store, get your change and walk to another counter and .buy something else nnd give the'elfiinge that jlns just been given jou tho second clerk on general principles will refuse part of it Before jou buy anything your money bas to have the olicc over. ., Sometimes it Is maddening to havo to wait while j our money Is tested. One day I rushed up to catch n train,' with Just'n minute to spare. One of my dollars was bad, nnd before change could be made the trnui had rumbled off Into the silent night without me. 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"The Invariable experience of the writer has been that whenever pearls have been said to have suffered In this way the true explanation has been that they were old and poor at the time of their purchase nnd that this .romance wns'fltartcd on Its travels as an excuse to cover up the defect of such pearls and to arouse the belief that they had been remarkably beautiful and valuable when they wero originally acquired." The Cart Befoj-- the Horse. Mr. Harbord linden Jewel of a servant called Johannn. One day he found his bedroom u foot deep In old and e the writer showed that the pearls were "An examination bf the necklacb by muddy tea leaves. Johanna explained, "Tho missus bald I made such a dust wheii I sw ept the floor and that 1 must put tea leaves all. over the carpet, eo't emptied the old barrel standing by tho kitchen door, nnd I put them on the floor like missus told, master, after I hud swept tho carpet." London Telegraph. ii Ouriod Alive, In the early history ot Japan It was decidedly u dubious Uouor to bo' closely related to any poison of note, for one of tho laws at that tlmo decreed that yhen n person of rank or iiaiwrtanco died all Immediate relatives must bo burled alive In u perpendicular position nrouud tho personage'a grove. Their heads were left above the earth, and thus they remained, until Welcome death came to free them. "You tip the waiter, nnd I dpa't" "Well?" "Yet to gavo us both the eame nmountof clam chowder." "You ure unobservant, my friend. from thp top and mine Ho dlppeU-you- n from tho bottom, wbere arc.". Loulsvillt CourlcP'Jpurnal. Honey, Quick Lunch Episode. ' noney has been known from tbo car times. Tho Scriptures mako men- ,tun,.or jt..nnu pagan, writers jeieDrujeii 'its virtues, ft was called, "tho milk of .tp..eP.''hniJrwas thought to prolong II. u.. uouey wn uisu uuu ui mu uu- ' balainfc" ot tho body a'fter deaths -- t i f ''' ?.' &' ", .i France. Northwest of Verdun tho French have recaptured more ground Monday north or Hill 321 and around tho Hussla. Occupation of the entire Thlaumont work. Northeast of VerAustrian Crownland of Dukowlna dun the Germans carried out a heavy was announced yesterday by the bombardment, but wero prevented Russian War Office. Possession of from launching an Infantry attack. the province was completed by tho capture ot the town of Kimpolung, Russian Front. Continuing their in tho southern part of Bukowlna, at counter nttacks in Volhynla, tho tho foot of the Carpathians. Moro Germans havo captured the towns ot than 2,000 prisoners were reported Llnowka, west ot Sokul, and posicaptured. tions south. Detween the Vardar River and Lake Dolran, on the border, artillery duels France. The French recaptured Greek-Serbia- n trenches west of Thlaumont, north- aro taking place. east of Verdun, and made progress NOTICK TO CORRESPONDENTS. In the village of Fleury during Saturday night attacks, according to In writing your letters do not say No In- that Mr. War OHlce announcement. spent Sunday with fantry activity In tho Verdun region Mr. DIank, or Mr. Blank and family was reported Sunday. took dinner with Mr. Guest, or Miss Belle spent tho night with Miss Hostess. And by no means say that Mr. Tuesday Austro-Itnllailn Trentlno tho Romeo made his regular call at tho Austrlans are In general retreat, the homo of Miss Juliet Sunday afterItalians having recaptured a number noon, etc. We do not caro for that. King What wo want Is-- tho news. When of Important positions. men, according to Rome, someono frpm another town visits aro pressing the fleeing enemy. Vlena someone In your town, or vise versa, admits a retroat, butsays It was n wo are always glad to run It as a news Itoni, but bo careful with your safeguard. selection. It Is no pleasuro to und scratch our copy. Dukowlna the RussRussia. In Tho Editor. ians have made further progress, but have renorth of Kutz the Austrlans pulsed the attacks with heavy casu- CHAHGEiMADH THAT HEIRESS IS DRUGGED alties. In Gallcta the Russians havo and thrown broken tho deadlock New York, June 21.-- - Charges that their Don Cossacks ucross the Dnies.Miss Gertrude Clnypoolc niece and ter, occupying two vlllnges. holr to one-fift- h of the $10,000,000 eslato left by John W. Bookwnter, of Franco. Only nKlllery actions Columbus, Ohio., had been drugged, havo taken place In the Verdun reheld as a prisoner In a Newark hotel gion slnco Sunday night, when tho and forced to sign away certain of French recaptured German positions her rights In the estate, were laid bebetween tho Fumln and Chovols fore District Attorney Edward Swann woods. I Tho complaint was mado by Judgo J. M. Sheets, of Columbus, Wednesday. Miss Claypoole's attorney, ns an outFranco. Thero has boen n slack-cuin- g growth of a contest over tho estate of the Intensity of the bombardment around Verdun. An inInvoluntary Proceedings. fantry attack was launched against An Involuntary proceeding in the part of thb village of Floury held bankruptcy has been filed In tho by tho French, but repulsed. United States court against tho Hustler Publishing company of Madison-vlllaero The proceedings wero brought ..England. Four German planes were brought down In an en- by three creditors, C. S. Williams, The Ashley Hollman and Ernest Ntsbett, counter wjth British airmen. British lost one treroplane In this en- - sotting out the fact that tho company is indebted to various persons In .gagement. sums ot more than $600 and that army the company is solvent. Rusln,-yGe- n.Brusslloff's Tbo procaptured tlljf,9T o'fllcersand men ceeding Is to forco tho company Into between iuWfVanVjune 2?, accord .bankruptcy, 4 n. l's to to-dao. sy. tryr 4HV ,,; fpjfOfs'Jf i. V