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NINE VICTIMS OF ATLANTIC FLOODS HUNDREDS PROPERTY HOMELESS DAMAGED AND DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. IS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916.s tho oil. It Is estimated that each whalo will yield more than $200. Tho rush toward the shore by the whales pursued by tho sharks was witnessed by a small crowd of fishermen from boats and on tho beach, who spread tho news and telephoned Immediately many to Jacksonville. motor cars filled with tho curious proceoded to tho scene. At first tho nows was received as n Joke until an amateur photographer produced several pictures of tho monsters on tho beach, some of them still spouting nnd (loundcrlng In their vain attempts to reach tho water. Horses wore secured and after the whales wero killed by rifles they were dragged beyond tho reach of tho tide. Philadelphia Inquirer. MAKING A' MAN OF HIM. ii IN piPk NEEDED FOR development; jS o THREE STATES. LOSS OVER $10,000,000 Hallway, TcloKnipli nnd Tclcpliono Communication Demoralized- Crop Sulfcr. by the prevention of Infant death, which is one of the greatest works OHIO COUNTY standing to the credit of a scientific people. "A nation which had sot out to conANXIOUS TO quer the whole world could not afford to havo city slums. If our slums endure much longer we shall pay tho SAYS THE PRESIDENT OF price in our national strength. ERATIVK TOBACCO GROW" "If the empire Is to bo kept toERS' ASSOCIATION. gether Infant life must bo preserved. As a people Britain must set her house In order, lest in the days to come we find It tenantless and so PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHT a prey to foes who have shown a wiser foresight and a truer appreciation of values than ourselves. No sane man, knowing tho fact, can Call Fof Organizers Coming Front Every County In District, 8ay doubt that our whole national future Ji. II. Ford. Jeopardy." Is In CC-OFbo-co- POOL Serious Hoods In North Carolina and Virginia Sunday caused nine known deaths, w.rcnilorod hundreds homeless, dam-age- d property and crops to tho of $10,000,000, according to first estimates, and demoralized railway, tolegraph and telephone communication. Following tho hurricane that utruck the South Atlantic Coast Thursday, unprecedented rains have fallen, driving rivers and smaller streams from tholr banks and many lives. Tho French Broad River has broken from Its course near Ashvllle, flooding factories and homes In tho lower part of the city. At Biltmoro throo porsons, Capt. J. C. Llpe, Miss Nellie Llpe and Mrs. Loo Mulholland were drowned when tho Llpo house was flooded. The Vanderbllt estate at Biltmoro was not damaged. Two porsons wero drowned at Ashevlllo whllo trying to get food to flood refugees In tho second story of the Glenn Hock Hotol. Many wero marooned in, their residences along tho river and rescue parties for hours fought their way against the rushing current In an effort to roach them. Swift streams flowod down some of the streets of lower Ashvllle. Hallway station was Southern flooded to a depth of 6 feet, as Is other buildings In this district. Throughout Western North Carolina the situation is reported serious. colTwo dams at Hendersonvllle lapsed. Tho Southern Railway bridge over tho Catawba RIvor at Belmont, N. C, was washed away, carrying ten or twelve workmen Into the river. Tho Seaboard Air Lino bridge over tho Catawba River at Mount Holly, N. C, collapsed, as did that over tho Catawba, on tho Sallsbury-ABhvlll- o line. Many highway bridges also wore swept away. V At Mondo, N. C, below Catawba, th.e West Mondo cotton mill of 5,000 spindles was under water, and the East Mondo mill, across the river, are practically submerged. A est-to- n warehouse thero with 400 bales IK cotton has been washed away. Tho Lltadaun and Alspaugh mills also was under water. Tho damage to these mills resulted from a water- Atlanta, Oa., July 15. ox-te- nt spout. -- Train Tied Up In Two States. Ronnokc, Va., July 16. Practically oil railway trnlllc In Southwest Virginia and Eastern West Virginia was tied up today by washouts and slides resulting from the heavy rains of the past week. Many bridges ha"o been carried away, tolephono and telegraph wires aro down, and a heavy crop damage has been reported. So far as known hero, thero has beon no loss of life. WIIETSTONK AND AX FOUND IN TREE 115 YEARS OLD Sandusky, O., July 15. A whetstone nnd nx said to bo over 100 years old wero found imbedded In tho trunk of n tree which is known to bo 115 years old by Edward Smith, while cutting tho treo down. It is believed tho tree onco was and tho hollow near the ground articles wero placed In tho hollow for safo keoplng, and that tho treo grow together around them. t WHALES ARE DRIVEN ASHORE BY SHARKS Fourteen whales, ranging In length foet, to thirty-fiv- e Irom twenty-fiv-e were driven ashore at Pablo Beach, Fla., by a school of largo sharks and the recodlng tide left the leviathans high and dry upon the beach. The Satire population of the small seaside village proceeded to cut up tha whales for the purpose ot extracting Great activity is being displayed matter of pooling tho 1918 100,000 MILE VOYAGE crop of tobacco, in view of tho fact PAY SMALL RETURN Miat every portion of the Green River district is calling foe organTobacco LITTLE ENGLISH VESSEL HAS izers for the OF KENTUCKY RECEIVERSHIP Growers' Association. This Informa.MANY ADVENTURES IN TWO-YEA- R ASSOCIATION SHOWS HAD tion was divulged by President R. CRUISE. . CONDITION. H. Ford, of the association, fa A statement Saturday. He is now unable to supply the demands for London, July 17. The little Lexington, Ky., July 17. Twenyacht Mana has arrived speakera.so numerous have they bety cents on tho dollar at tho highest in an English port after a voyage ot come. will bo the amount paid to the stock"It Is apparent,", said Mr. Ford, a hundred thousand miles. Belongholders of the Kentucky Rural Creding to Mr. and Mrs. Scoresby Rout-ledg- e, "that there Is going to be a largo Association, which was Saturday its the vessel- - left England over crop of tobacco raised in the district placed In the hands of a recelver.ac-cordln- g With but a scant two years ago on a scientific mission this season. to the estimates made by to Easter Island, In the South Paci- 24,000,000 pounds marketed last Hardlnsburg, who. Claude Mercer, of year, the price of the weed held fic. Hodge in Spokana Spokesman-Rvlw- . filed for the directors of the associadown to barely a living price. This retion the petition on which the The last stage of the little vessel's was true of a large portion of tho ceivership was established, and who, voyage was from San Francisco, weed sold over the Owensbo'ro McDowell, of Louisville, with R. A. which she left five months ago. Altogether there were eleven porsons markets but of the remainder dot has been appointed attorney for the CONGRESS WILL ALARMED AT THE on board, Including two men from bo much can be said.' It is certain receiver. very great man were Richard J. Colbert was appointed Pltcalrn Island. Mr. Routledge had that there year a growers last who did not break; Saturday by Circuit Judge receiver LOW BIRTH RATE some Interesting details of the voy- even on their crops." END AUGUST age. Kerr. "Ohio county, which has held off Tho application for an appoint"After leaving San Francisco," he longer than any other section of tho ment of a receiver came after statesaid, "we came down the Mexican BECAUSE district," said the president of tho REACH ENGLAND WORRIES LEADERS ments severely reflecting upon the MAJORITY coast. Two hundred miles from land blg association, "has now begun to AVERAGE DROPS TO 10.5 AGREEMENT ON DATE OF condition of tho association and Its wo came upon three islands marked SINCE WAR STARTED. ADJOURNMENT. management had been made both In as uninhabited, and I decided to land clamor for admittance Into the assotho answer filed to the suit and In a to try and get some meat. But our ciation. It Is realized that the asso- letter written to tho board of direclanding was delayed, as tho mouth ot I elation Is the most practical way of getting of tors by It. A. McDowell, of Louisville, FIGHT INFANT DEATHS tho cove was occupied by two whales, tobacco. the best price out back tho We can point to who was elected on July 5 president TO. REVISE PROGRAMME who were feeding and who refused of the association to succeed former to move until the following day. former years when our tobacco was pooled, and show without fear whatGovernor James B. McCreary, who Germans Display Science in Saving On landing we found a rough shanty, ever of contradiction, that there waa Appropriation And Philippine resigned. together with a derelict boat, and Children By Lowering The EmBills To He In the amended petition asking along-sid- e a rough cross, evidently ! great deal more money among tho pire's Death Rate. Brought Up. for a receiver It was stated that to marking a grave. In a rift In a tobacco growers than there has been date $375,000 had beeu paid Into tho cliff wo found a sort of cavo strewn In the last two years. treasury of the organization by stockMcLean county growers aro fast with old bottles and odds and ends London, July 14. Great Britain of camp. holders, and that all that remains Is Washington, July 15. Adjourna Near by was a piece ot getting Into line and associating $135,000 worth ot notes, which can- ment of Congress not later than Au- has reached the lowest birth rate lev- wood bearing the name Annie Lar- themselves with the big tobacco not bo sold under present circum- gust 20 was tentatively agreed upon el In civil registration history and son, which I learned from a ship- organization, according to the satno stances, tho remainder, or $240,000, by the Sonate Domocrats In caucus England Is worried about tho baby wrecked sailor who was on the yacht authority. He has had demands having been used In paying the cost to revise their legislative crop shortage Official figures, availfrom almost every section of that expenses and programme with a view to bringing able today, show that the last throo was the name ot a vessel engaged in of promotion, operating blockade running or contraband. fine tobacco county, for speakers and By reason of tho Hender- the session to an early close. salaries. months of 1916 produced tho unpre- There is no doubt that tho remote organizers. There is a strong deson suit, which asks for a receiver, A resolution unanimously adopted cedented low average ot 19.5 births Island had been a dumping ground termination among the growers to . the officials have been unablo to sell would bo tho aim ot the Steering per 1,000 ot population. get the most for their crop for Mexican revolutionists. notes secured by mortgages amount- Committee to prepare a programme Since tho beginning of tho war tho organization can accomplish thla. "There were so many turtles that If ing to $135,000 to porsons who had and to Include In It as most urgent birth rate has steadily declined whllo It Is proposed to effect the strongest tho suit mak- and demanding first consideration infant mortality has alarmingly risen. wo got tired of feeding on them. It organization possible. contracted for thorn, was curious to see these creatures being It Impossible to realize the ob- tho following measures: Tho average birth rate for 1915 "Hancock will pool the largest lot ing regarded by tho birds as a kind ject and purpose of tho association, Appropriation bills, Government 23.8 per 1,000 was the lowest on of floating Island and to see gulls of tobacco ever gotten together In tho lendlngs of money to stockhold- shipping, rovenue, workmen's com- record. During the first quarter of "Haners, to be secured by mortgages on pensation, corrupt practices, Philip- 1915 It dropped to 22.9. During preening themselves on the turtles' her history," said Mr. Ford. cock was ready for the organization. backs. real estate. pine Civil War and 1915, 110 Infants died out of every "Tho Mana visited one small Island Those people have seen tho fruits of Spanish War pension bills aixT'u bill 1,000 births, tho statistics show. SEEK LOST VESSEL In the Gulf of Panama where ele- organization, and aro thoroughly Im to enlargo the Interstate Commerce With war killing tho population, phantiasis was rampant among tho bued with the Idea that In union Great Britain is beginning to worry peoplo. The currents in this region thero Is strength. Thero is little Expedition Will Endeavor to Salvage Commission. Possible Postponement. about tho future of the race. Various were very difficult, and thore was one need ot missionary work In tho Silver liars. Tho conference directed that in uuofllcial societies Interested in cor- sailing ship that had beon drifting In neighboring county on tho east,." the ovent that tho pending child la- rection ot tho declining birth and in- - circles for thirteen months and had A deep-se- a New York, July 17. "In our own county hero, It is expedition financed bor and immigration bills cannot, In fant mortality evils aro being quick- been unablo to get out. Tho Pana- certain that in both east and west treasure-huntin- g by wealthy New York men arrived tho Judgment ot tho Steorlng Com- ened to their tasks by medical ex- - ma canal was closed to traffic, but the ends an almost unanimous sentiment y Its mittee, ho disposed of In tlmo for ad- pens who souuu iiiu wuruuiB luui American Government kindly allow oxlsts among tho tobacco growors to off tho Virginia capes. bo conducted n journment by August 20, nn agree- Britain's very existence is at stake. system of ed tho Mana, as tho vessel ot a scien go back to tho pooling first operation will posmarketing the tobacco. From every HlK CnnipnlKH Launched. tho gravo of tho Ward Line steamship ment should bo entered Into, If tific expedition, to go through. Much effort has been put forth dur- Marlda, which went to the bottom sible, whereby consideration and a "Some fifty miles from Jamaica source ot Information It Is Indicatasjlng tho last year to correct existing wo saw what appeared at first to bo ed that there is little tobacco In four years ago carrying silver bars vote on these measures would bo conditions principally ignorance nnd other reasuro valued at mora sured next Docomber. a burning ship and afterward looked tho markets. There Is In truth very August 20 will fall on Sunday, but .which haB been responsible for tho like smoke from a naval action. Wo little surplus, and the growing crop than $1,000,000. Tho Merlda was rammed by tho United Fruit steam- Democratic Senators said that It deaths of thousands ot Infants under found it to bo a submarlno volcano should bring tho highest price in woud bo the aim lot the Steering j 1 year old. A strenuous campaign blowing off. The sea flow had been the history of tho county. ship Fnrragut and sank flfty-flv- o Commltteo to arrange a programme has been launched. miles off Capo Charles light. The falling broken, and wo saw seas breaking In "Good prices van bo obtained only steam- for adjournment by Saturday, Au- birth rate, medical experts urge, plncos where tho chart showed no by an organization of tho producers Tho expedition Includes tho ships Tltanla, Fearles3 and F. H. gust 19. no as against-th- o must bo Immediately dealt with. Ono land. Under tho circumstances organization of tho Beckwlth a wrecking vessel, a yacht of theso men well known In medical Investigation was possible." buyers, who it Is well known, havo NOTICE. and a tug. It Is under command of clrclos urges tho nation to forgot raset tho prlco on our tobacco' for Tho Fiscal Court of Ohio county cial animosity enough to emulate NEARLY 1RO PERSONS IN George D. Stlllson, who raised tho many years, nnd wo wero obliged to bids for ono 10-t- Germany In the matter ot additional submarlno F-- 4 In Honalulu Jiarbor will receive scaled ONE FAMILY IN KENTUCKY tako what was offered or not sell tho Road Roller and ono road population. last year. tobacco. Tho outlook for an organIt was sent out from Now York by Sprlukler,at County Court Clork's Berea, Ky., July 16. Berea Ho points out that Germany's popization ot tobacco growers Is tho Submarlno Engluoor-ln- g ofllco In court houso, Hartford, Ky., ulation, which was 41,058,792 imtho Intor-Ocea- n which annually trains about brightest In the lost five years. August 9, cor10 o'clock a. m until Company. This is a cIobo sixteen hundred young peoplo ot the Thero Is no discord among tho growmediately after the Franco-Prussia- n poration, stock of which Is hold by 1910. A certified check for $150 war, roso to 42.727.3C0 four years southern mountain soctlon, boasts ot ors and thero Is but one organization n few men prominent here In finan- must accompany each bid. This Is lator; the population of Franco, Ger- doing Its work among tho most pro- into which they may go. This llth day of July, 191C. cial circles. Its president is Rear many's enomy In this struggle, re- line people within tho borders ot the essentially a fanner's organization, T. II. BENTON, Admiral Colby M. Chester, U. S. N., country. mained stationary. He adds: and hus for Its purpose only the matCounty Road Engineer. 3t3 retired. In support of this assertion, Mrs. ter ot obtaining tho best prlco "One can only Interpret these GerJames Barrett, a mountain neigh For Salo One Jersoy cow 6 years man figures In one way. Our enemies bor of Berea college, has furnished , possible tor tho product of the For Sale. foresaw the danger and took measfarm." Owensboro Messonger. 4 gallons of milk 51 acres ot farming land for salo. old giving about to oyer a pound of butter a day. ures to prevent It; Franco did not. the authorities with data relatlvo and L. C. BROWN, Apply to Loans wanted In Muhlenberg, McTho world at this hour Is having an her father and mother, Mr. and For particulars call on McIIenry, Ky. meaning of birth Mrs. Reuben Davidson. This couple ( Lean, Daviess, Webster, Butler. and' object lesson in the JAMES W. BEAR, Special Deputy Banking real are now enjoying good health ln( Ohio counties on good first-clas- s, statistics. Hartford, Ky. 47t4 5H4 their seventies and have Immediate estate. tor 5 years. Fight Infant Deatlis. Germans W, H. PARKS.! "The German total wast not .only descendants to the number-"- ' of al-- l Akron, O., compels'autolsts to dim Ashland, Ky., his an annual pay ,. Hartford.JCy. 50tt swelled byblrths. It waa swelled also most 150. headlight. roll ot oyer ,$5,000,00. RURAL CREDITS TO 23-TO- N YACHT MAKES In the twenty-thre- e-ton 20 I nt ht this-year- , J col-leg- o, t er. Hartford Republican. i Kntrl nrcordtn to law nt the PiMtotdr UnTt'onl. Kjr., M mull mnttor ot th KeconJ tlnm, Editor AliUBOK J. BARXKTT W. 8. TIX8I1KV,.. Business atamiKor Address all communications Tho Hartford Ilopubllcan. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS to Hulifwribtni dwIrliiB the mirr Mat tu n nrw dilr U'it kIto tbe old acldrww In ranking th, tttmlurM Locnls nml Notltrt 10c per Hoe nml 6c jmr lino lor niii niMHIonHl lnrtlon. Oljltunrirn, Hewolntloun nml Cnril ol Th inL8,Sr per lluo, iDODf.T In miKiiiko. Irre, hot othir (or C'liHTih Notice r lino. ilrertlf mrnlR. I will receive no tnonyinoni roinmunlrntlon tfQtMWt. tbuitlon CuXLtosTla.n.d. STaxxslaxo TSL1SPIX01T30. Iutuoil ...... 12 3 C9 FRIDAY, .lUhY 21. A NNOUXCEBIEXTS. "Wo TOM are authorized to announce SPURRIER, ot Grayson county, as a candidate for Congress, from the Fourth District, subject to tho action of the Republican primary, Saturday, August 5, 191G. "We are authorized to announce the candidacy of J. II. ASHLOCK, ot Hardin county, for the Republican from nomination for Congressman the P'ourth District, subject to the action of the primary election Saturday, August 5, 1910. Wc aie authorized to announce the candidacy of HON. JOHN P. of Breckinridge county, for tho Republican nomination for Congressman from tho Fourth District. Subject to tho primary election Saturday, August 5, 191C. HAS-WEL- L, Wo are authorized to announce the candidacy of A. D. KIRK for the Republican nomination tor county attorney of Ohio county. Subject to 'tu6"actionbt tho Primary Electloir; Saturday, August 5, 1916. Latest roports from the garden school class room say cabbage took head and corn went foot. Tho city ot Hawesvllle has placed a license of fl.GOO upon the sale of cigarettes. A Turkish blend made in America and distinctively Individ- ual. Jnut when we had picked gasoline to win and had placed our pilo thorcon newspaper material forges ahead and appears lo be the winner by lengths. In a collision with a Cadillac near Huntington, V. Va., a Ford camo out winner, completely overturning the A striking contrast to automobile. poltho Ford icy. peace-at-any-prl- Fourth District Republicans have a mighty good chance to send a man to Congress next year and they should be careful to select the strongest Look over the announcecandidate. ment column. Atlantic coast they aro organizing a shark insurance. If such u policy will protect us against these sharks of the Interior we henceforth save our pin money, to buy Dp on tho uliark Insurance. against weeds is to be launched in Hartford and the limn who won't assist in the clean-u- p has very little clvle pride. We Know of ouo or two pretty healthy weeds that should bo given A general campaign tho death penalty. Every thoughtful ono In Ohio county knows that Harry Glovanuoll of aud Alvls S. Bennett, formerly Ohio county would do nil within t'holr power to avoid an accident such an occurred In Lexington when .i printer was killed by tho former's uutomobllo while tho above warn Thoy worn riding in the machine. therefore not surprised when the popular Kentucky politicians wore completely exonerated by the coron-ur'- s Jury. Bomo 'Democratic newspapers aro glimtlng over the fact that John M. Parker is trying to organize a new party nud apparently Progressive forget that It was the Democratic ranks that ho deserted to uocoiuo a Moose. It tho now party Is organized it will draw most ot Us strength from tho froo trade party and will not tear asunder, as some seem to Repubthink, ranks of tho licans. - A VISIT TO THE BORDER. Kentucky editors mobilized ln Loxlugton and other Louisville, points Sunday find with swiftness that would become tho militia movements proceeded directly to tho bor der, the main forces arriving at They Ashland Monday afternoon. on to dinner, whero they spent halt wore met at tho depot by a smiling an hour. reception committee that soon dis- WAR NEWS Ono hour later came word that a pelled tho gloom of the rainy afterverdict had been reached. Probabnoon and comfortably located the BREAK PARTY ly fifty persons wero still waiting for visitors In their quarters. it. Orpct was sent for In his cell nnd At that moment begau the great Judge Donnelly wns still nt the court members Kew of the nwuKoniiiK. of tho Press Association had visite- GERMAN AND ENOMSH OFFICERS house. Three ballots wero taken. Tho first d1 Ashland before They knew It AT DINNER WIIEN WAR two stood eleven to one for acquitwas thcro, but didn't know why. WAS DECLARED. tal. They were Informed that It had Orpct was silent through excess of grown, but didn't know how. They He was barely able to reemotion. upon the wide paved streets gazed the GERMAN OFFICER HEARS turn tho handclasps of his attorneys. with wonder. They visited He made his way to tho Jurors and enormous steel and coke plants with shook their hands one by ono, smilinterest, but It was not until thoy ing wanly, but saying nothing. had realized tho civic pride nnd But Does Not Inform Enemies m of Ashland's citizens and Warns English VcshcI lo Sail STATE TAX COMMISSION so thoroughly their Morning. Ucforo had tasted MAKES VISIT TO OHIO that they understood the real tho success of the booming secret of Covington, Ky., July 18. Kenlittle city. (By Sidney Eapoy.) tucky's Tax Commission appointed town was literally thrown The Washington, July 15. The Eurospent open to tho editors from tho time of pean war Is so vast a thing that the by tho last General Assembly, y In Covington to hear recomarrival until their regretful dey their reports concerning Its parture Friday morning. The Elk'a progress can only devoto space to tho mendations of local business men changes In the system of Home was offered ns headquarters events of tho greatest magnitude. relative to of that But there nre other stories which taxation now In vogue In this State. and It was In the auditorium magnificent building that the meet- come out of the war working their As soon ns tho Covington citizens legislaings of the K. P. A. were held. way abroad In this way or that. Of- finished their Interviews the program began Monday evening ten, It seems, theso matters which the tors left for Columbus, O., where tho The to bo Inspected to aswith a reception by the Board ot admlralltles and the war olllces would records nre certain tho manner ln which revTrade, the welcome address by May- regard as utterly trivial really are, Is raised to conduct affairs of or Salisbury featuring. The busi- by force of their own virtue, among enue tho Buckeyo State. ness meetings were held In tho morn- the biggest of war tales. ings, leaving thte afternoons for These stories can be depended uppleasure. Tuesday afternoon one on, soouer or later, to ferret their STRAY STREAKS. hundred automobile owners volun- way Into tho Army and Navy Club nt teered with their cars and under the Wnshlncton. (By Fluke McFluke.) There tho brotherhood direction of the Board of Trade the of mlUtnry serVice is waiting to hear long lino of machines toured the th(j luade gtory; nnd nmnj. thlllgs of city. Tuesday evening the manu- - Lbsorulng interest which never Just our luck, when nickels get o of editorials as guests ot pear ln omclaI war statements nre be worth six cents each we don't tho Board of Trade stole over to the to,d of oyer wlne wnlnuU and war happen to bo stocked up with 'em. steel plants, saw liquid Iron map9 at the club, nlng Into molds like lava from the Old Fluke can't figure out Just Here lg 0Jje of the beat stores 0f crater when touched by the hand of thtg goft that hag been t0,u recelUlj. why any man from a dry town Vulcan, and resolved midst horrid at he Army and Xavy CIub like Hartford would squander 62 shapes and shrieks and sights unho-- , ijaiuiuetctl Each Other. cents In telephoning about a quarter ly to stear clear of that which claims Just before tho outbreak of the war which he Imagined he had lost In no kin with truth. The coke plant an American, an English and a Ger- Owensboro. The mystery grows was also visited and the party ad- man warship were lying In the har- deeper and deeper. journed for tho Cliffgide Casino bor at Mazatlan onthe west coast of dance. Wednesday afternoon an ex i Mexico to keep an eye on the lnter- If this Democratic administration pedltion was organized to cross tneigt3 of forelgners tnere As i3 cu3 would only introduco something to . border and under the commanu o:. nort . tho wor,d tako the place of 10 pounds for a General Mayo, president of the Board I, warships of various nations dollar sugar we might consider a of Trade, and others ot the Board of gather, the ofllcers of "the three ships proposition to place our X under the Trade, the invaders started In auto- were continually dining and enter- Rooster Instead of sticking to the mobiles for an attack on Hunting- taining each other. Many had met good old Prohibition emblem this ton, W. Va. No opposition was before being sent to Mazatlan and fall. found, however. The expedition was those who were not former'acqualnt-ance- s met bv a truce party and conducted We claim to have the most up-tlost no time ln striking up to the city auditorium where Mayor warm friendships. reigned date, progressive burg In these parts. Peace surrendered the between England and Germany. FI- - Hartford Is wide awake and full ot Sehon formally town, and after a most pleasant vis-- : rumblings began to business. She has even had a it the party returned to Ashland for como by wireless from Europe. Nev- mowing machine- runtha pioirnnt and highly enjoyed re ertheless the p entertain- ning In full blast over nearly, Jf not ceptlon given by Miss Annie Poage ments continued friendships nil of her streets and alleys this and at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. among the German, British and week. Frank Henderson. Wednesday et- - Ainer,can omcer3 knitted closer i enlng the Board ot Trade gave the Things began to happen fast ln Eu. newspaper A lawyer and good visitors a banquet long to be remem rope. Germany and Franco were af friend of ours was In a Chautauqua bered aftew which the Elks wound war but as yet there was no sign committee meeting on last Wcdnes- up the program with a reception and of war between England and Germa- day morning and on leaving, by mis dance at the B. P. O. E. Home, prov- ny. take left his $1.50 felt hat, taking In ing themselves admirable hosts. Captain of a big German cruis lieu thereof a $10.00 Panama ot a The Some of the editors left as early er the Nuremburg invited the Brit friend. The Pnnama owner, after morning tuai ,sh and Awerlcan offlcer3 to a big as 4 o'clock Friday considerable argument recovered his misht have a full day in which nal dinner on his vessel, because he valuable and much prized top piece. to think of the wonders they were expected shortly to be called out to Tho felt hat gent finally excused Her thirty-on- e behind. leaving meet the French navy. It was a gala himself by alleging that ho now ownmiles of streets paved from curb to affair, the German and English Cap- ed or had once owned a hat just like curb, her busy factories, railroad fa- tains drinking toasts to each other the 10 spot dome klver In question. cilities, good schools, banks and oth- and to the American Captain. Now er institutions added to her splendid the German cruiser had a wireless Wo most humbly beg pardon of tho geographical location on the banks outfit aud the British vessel only thousands of readers ot this column of the Ohio and at the gate of the a small gunboat had none. During for mentioning tho matter here, but great Eastern Kentucky coal fields. the meal a wireless message was on tho level, Al's shaved off the musaided by a remarkable civic priue ana L,rougUt t0 the Germall Captain. It tache and he asks that I take this one of the liveliest boards ot trade wweon Ger- - method of so Informing his inquiring ... .. . m1if 03 tf fflnlffl i wc f....m ATir, einn iia.c ", many and England. He saw noin- - friends, as it would bo utterly Imot the greatest "tile ing and the banquet came to a splr possible for him to write each a perAshland ono emes on the map lted and friendly conclusion. That sonal letter. On tho quiet, Al told The annual pay roll of tho factor- night as the visiting ofllcers were go- mo that a lady friend ot his told him ies In Ashland Is over $5,000,000. ing over the side to their own ships, tho mustache was getting long The population (3 now about 15,000 the German Captain drew the Eng- enough to bo funny. I think she 0 In ten years it will be near the lish Captain aside and whispered to meant tickle. you decide to change mark. It him: "Sail tonight." That was your location and feal that you must all. We haven't looked up tho market leave Ohio county you could do changca on ladles' garments recentLearned Reason loiter. much worse than go to Ashland. Tho Englishman sailed. Next morn- ly but our opinion, based upon casuThe members of tho Kentucky ing tho German commander Inform- al observation, leads us to bellevo Press Association will long remem- ed his ofllcers and crew of tho news that waists aro about steady, perber tho hospitality and courtesy and cursed roundly because the Eng- haps dropping a little and that sklrt3 shown them ln the border city and lish vessel, which hl3 big ship could are most' assuredly going up. they know nothing but to sing their have sunk with ono shot, had fled ln praise of Ashland. They were also tho night. Tho Englishman soon If Uncle Sam don't watch out, pronounced In tholr thanks to the found out why his friend tho German penmanship will be a lost art with Louibville & Nashville. Illinois Cen- Captain had advised him to sail-Nhim. Ho hasn't written ono of his tral, Chosapeako & Ohio, Henderson neighbors a note for moro than a long afterwards, by Route and Quean and Crescent rail- tho Nuremburg was sunk by tho t. Somo ono must be roads who presentod the press with English off tho Falkland Islands. shirking on tho Job. complimentary transportation to the o-- c scene of this very plwwant Ed nnd Lam may bo O. K. (I adNotice to Creditors. meeting. McIIonry Daposit Bank having mit they aro) In putting on a moving The o been placed In tho hands of tho Bank- picture show, hut this water they pipes of pataro giving us through Notice Tottcco Growers, ing Commission ,ot Kontucky nil lnk tho Kentucky Light andthe Power Co. rons having claims ngainst said y Evory tobacco growor and overy (now In liquidation) are notified to is tho henvlost, rlchost and cortaln-lmost alluvial of any wo have over In tho growing present samo, properly proven, to tho porsou Interested or soiling ot tobacco is Invited and undorslgned nt McIIonry, Ky., on or gono up against. When wo tako a 1 throw bath wo always hire a roquosted to bo present at a meet before tho Cth day of July, 191C. C. BROWN, tho darn stuff on us with a shovel. h. ing to be held at Hartford, Ky., Sat- 40Uoow (Not an ad). Special Deputy Banking Com'r. urday, July 29th, at 2:00 p. in. . s Tho purpose of said meeting being When John Henry Thomas gets ORI'ET ACQUITTED. to discuss methods as to tho dishis black berries harvested and tho position, handling and soiling of tho chlggors ul! scratched off I am going Illinois Youth Not Guilty of Poison futuro crop. to look for another string of "Beads lug Former Sweetheart. R. H. FORD, Presldont. Oddly Strung." Waukegan, 111., July 15. William WANTED. II. Orpet, tho university student Mixed Rags, $1.00. per 100 lbs.; charged with murdering Marion Lambert, a high school girl and his ter- Mixed Iron, 20c per 100 lbs.; Mixed For Infants and Children Copper, was found not guil Paper, 20c per 100 lbs. mor En Use Over Years ty by sweetheart, a jury In Judge Donnelly's court Brass, Zinc and Rubber at market Always bears y after five hours' deliberation. price. Corn at 85c bushel. the D. L. D. SANDEFUR, Tho Jury retired at 2:C0 o'clock. Signature of Beaver Dam, Ky. were tak- - 3t3 At 0 o'clock its members DIDN'T UP E. P. Barnes & Bro's. Great Profit-Sharin- g Sale Has attracted immense hos-nltali- ty throngs of provident buy- ers. People who know day-to-da- from past experience what this Sale means wait for it. There will be a host of bargains at your disposal clear up to the last minute. You can't be late. o.,..-- . 4 uuses nigm li 'o,.... oaiiiiuay M,. u j ,x "H - , 10 O'clock July 29. I You can't see it all in one visit. Come every day. E. P. BARNES & BR0. Beaver Dam, Ky. er - Inter-warshi- CLOTHES For Hot Days! i Well, Well, But It's Hot! Have you the clothes to stand this July sun? Have you the skeleton suit, as thin as we dare make it and as thin as you dare wear it? It weather is not so bad if you have the right kind of clothing the kind we are offering. .. T1 I . 25,-00- Come and See How Cool We Can Make You. Our Palm Beaches, Kool Krash and ot tho-wa- y, fort-nigh- mid-summ- er Serges all are waiting to do their share in keeping you cool. And then we have a host of accessories, such as Negligee Shirts, Straw Hats, Wash Ties, Thin Underwear, Etc. Come and let us us cool you off. Your purse will hardly know it. CASTO For R fA tfk Carson Si XlTCORX'Ori.A.TED Co 30 to-da- Hartford, Ky. tWWttttMrW WyrtWAHH Hot Weather Remedy not rcgulnto the weather, but wo can dress so as to make ourselves comfortable. Wo liavctlio remedy', for this Wo can right in our store. Just received a largo shipment of sheer THIN material, the right kind to make you feel good this sizzling hot weather. They come (in plain, white and fancy Organdies, Awning Stripe Voiles, Seed Voiles, plain Swisses and fancy Swiss, Splash Voiles. Black A Dctlgn (or Pongee McCll Piturn No. 7389. one of Cloth, Middy Cloth, and . ui fl.aien w..-- for AtiFUtt IIIB.. many other lato wash fabrics, The prices are- in reach of everybody, When yon are sweltering, remember the remedy is found right in our store. l nlfo done to the corn nnd peach crops the Nocrcek neighborhood nnd otlirr points In tho county. A few hnrnB nro reported to have lost their roofs. Miss Elizabeth Smith will return to aftor a two Russellvlllo weeks' visit with Miss Mattyo Duko. She will ho acompanled homo by Miss Duko. Mr. and "Mrs. John V. Ford, of route 4, visited their sister, Mrfl. James T. Davis, nnd other relatives near Sunnydale, from Friday until Sunday. .Mr. K. E. Sanderfur, of" Edgerlcy, Ln,f n former Ohio county hoy, was hero Tuesdny. Mr. Sanderfur Is connected with the Lyons Gulf Coast Oil Company, Mrs. R. Williams and children, Elizabeth Morton Wllllnnis and Hob Williams, Jr., arrived Friday for an extended visit with Mrs. Williams sister, Mrs. H. W. Napier. Prof, and Mrs. E. S.Hownrd nnd little daughter, Trlphenn, returned to their homo here yesterday, after a four or nvo days visit to friends anil, relatives In Cnneyvllle, Ky nnd vicinity. In to-dn- Pi ' lip OSJF lmn.. "y&z&A t&JMti.? um y '0i. xl iv i. isc may live to and never ovinc iudhv.lv rurt ill ! feel old enough to EHEANRPIPESHOKERS. PROCESSIPATEllTED OTSjS vote, but it's certaft&SSaXU'. V?'wtiW .ixnr hiit.iuiH in-sure you'll not RJiREYNOLOSTOPACCOCOMPAKY know the joy and WiM3tohSalcm.IIC.USA, V mm DOES NOT BITE THE TONGUE contentment of a f li.rMnilllllllTllih.iiillTuMlIililW'j SI . wbvwihbo'1 ran nur1 nnr u friendly old jimmy j L.jL 'Xi 3 Pa i 3 pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobacco! P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the mm m m XM&t ft . A ii jmKBM.T&l rwiML uif iff ". -- wf4h 11 i r !T i,rf0BACCO IS PREPARED FORSMOKERSUNDERTHE PROCESS DISCOVERED.lH MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO ' P. A. puts new joy into the sport of smoking ! TaflMuilfrV Jj PRODUCE THE MOST DE LIGHTFUL AMD WHOLEr; Viiu- YOU --m ill UhjoH ii y if iii 'IllivKI 1 1 Until July 22nd Acton Ilros. will sell their 4 nurner New Process Oil Stove, complete, for only $18.(i(), the . 3 Dunier for A nice reduc2t2 tion. $l-l.()- if 1 IIIHPSIiiti Prince Albert i aoftt evtrywfur in loppy rd baa Set tidy red tint, lOct handsome pound and half pound tin humidorm and that cUver crytatg1at pound humidor with pangemoittenet top that keep the tobacco tn uch splendid condition. - - -- -- ! McCall patterns carried in stock, and painstaking salespeople to give you any information yen may desire. Come to see us, and remember that It Pays To Trade With a House That Saves You Money. i2kz&Co, t Hartford Republican. o, -- Y Mist Nancy Ford returned Wednesday from Dowllng Green, where she had been In school. FRIDAY, JULY 21. D. H. Tlchcnor keeps the best and coldest of cold drinks for these hot ST. L. R. H. TIME TAI1LK. days. See him and bo cooled. Ii., II. No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p m. Mr. Burke Zimmerman, of Louls-vlllNo. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. nrrived Wednesday to visit his 3:40 p. m. grandmother, Mrs. W. H. Taylor. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch Ar. Irvlngton . . C:3G p.m. Mrs. W. A. Clark, of Sunnydale, Lv. Irvlngton . . G:GG p.m. wns in Hartford several days this Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. care of local physicians. Lv. Louisville . 8:36 a, m. week under No. Geo. P. Jones, of the Washington Ar. Irvlngton .10:06 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton .10:40 a. m. Church community, lost a valuable ' Ar. Ellmltch . . 1:04 p. m. mare from colic one day last week. I Mr. and Mrs! Frank Gentry, of Richmond, Ky., visited friends and m., n. e. n. n. time relatives hero Tuesday and Wednes- Bouth Dound. No. 115 8:45 a m uay. Due at Hartford North Hound, No. 114 Thero will bo moving pictures at G:GG p m. the opera house In Beaver Dam every Due ftt Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) Thursday and Saturday nights. Patlio service. r? T. M. Maple, ofHowensboro, was LOCAL AMI COUNTY NEWS. here Tuesday in the Interest of the Tobacco As- Farmers' nnd nale Ties can be sociation. llay Forks ' 212 n. H. Ford, president of the Farm- had at Acton Ilros. Tobacco Growers Mr. Osc'arTlaynes. otTwensboro, (Association. Owensboro, was here ... ... .... iv. i lunu torn vvnnnpflt xav IT lit) 'Wednesday. ; Mr. M. A. Faught, of Leltchfleld, If by oversight we fall to ask you hero Wednesday. was you ask us to show you our new dis Swift's Premium Goods"nt Moore's play of Cut Glass and China Ware. 62t3 Meat Market. None better ILER'S GROCERY. 3tl Mr. James "T.Davis, of Sunnydale, Mr. Henry B. Foreman, of Louis- l.111n 1.. nnnmllnM ll I O !lftflHntl Willi was in Hartford yesterday. ...... o Vliiv, in Ducuuiub Fresh and Cured Mcatnnd Family hi brents. Rev. W. II. Foreman Groceries at Moore's Mat Murket aml Mr8 Foreman. Mr. andMrsrWrw.'nilcy will re- Misses Anna RuUrTnd""Lella Mao turn Sunday from a visit to St. Louis. petrie, of Brazil, Ind., arrived Thurs- Mr. WaitxLMfddlTaged woman ns day to visit their grand-parentApply and Mrs. J. E. Fogle. ucneral housekeeper. MBS. A. K. ANDEUSON. 3tl Mrs. Clarence M. Bach us and Messrs. A. PeuFandTvaNall were daughter, Clarice, of Louisville, are In Owensboro Saturday and Sun- visiting Mrs. Belle W. Cooper nnd Miss Mary Woerner. day. ceo ki iin nf famous Homer Misses Martha and Flora Uhoads grandmother at Laughlin imported China Ware at J. aro visiting their I Strikingly hand- Now Grocery, C. ller's Grocery. Beaver Dam. .. i "Vi rin.-i- 7 3tl "Wo have Installed a large and com- In Its simplicity. MMwnv. wilt some lcavothl's morning after a short visit ' Misses Mary Austin Carson andJnleto line of staple and fancy grocer- aro Mary Hean returned Monday from u les... In tho Grlllln bulldlug and wlth Mr. J. C. Illley. ' Wa ntlOl . ll'UU; IWt Mnzlo and Evelyn IIUW HAn.l.. tit linulnnca miou twViiv TiTr returned to visit to Misses ato on an absolutely cash basis which Owensboro Monday, after a visit with ClarK, ai aunnyuaiu. . na miM nmn tln lilv InW . I MMJ llf'I'llllIlLIt 1UI; UUk ManaKor J. u. nor hub auucu u; Miss Mattyo Duko Call. look.oycr our lino and tobacco cabinet and sov- -' Price.. Mrs. Herbert" SaridorB left Monday handsome lulro about cases to tho splendid for London after an extended visit oral new show K- -l " eminent of ller's Grocery. with relatives here. uiA Mr. S. 8. May left" Wednesday with Mrs. T. J. Morton, of Bvansvllio, Tor hastern ' 17AKTKOKI) 1'UKSSING CLU1J. Ind Is visiting Mrs. J. P. MortQn twenty colored laborers Kentucky, whero ho has a contract Clothes cleaned and pressed. Ilo- J. G. Keown nndMra. HnHnfnntlnn cuarantcod. ..fiiritiv " "" At a spedaf "ciilfod Meeting of tho Tho hard rain and wind Monday work called for and delivered, snop Wednesday night1 local order Masons damage to corn down Ovor Ohio County Bottling Works. sovoral candidates received the third did considerable KD. NALL, Pcop. Rough River valley. Damage was 42tf Ill , table. I I ,,. s, Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. Smith went to Calhoun Monday to be In attendance at the McLean Circuit Court. The term is expected to last two weeks. Mrs. E. Enilrklieiuir who under- -' went nn operation In an Owensboro hospital recently, Is considerably Im-- 1 proved and is expected to be able to return homo soon. A. K. Anderson! Quartermaster Sergeant of II Company, arrived from Ft Thomas Monday night. He will likely bo excused from service under the dependent clause. Mrs. J. II. WTllams and daughter, Pauline, returned from Madlsonvllle Friday, where the latter was operatIt is ed upon by an eye specialist. not known yet whether or not the operation was successful. Mr. ColemanTTewlett, of Altoona, Pa., chemist for the Pennsylvania Itallroad Company, was in Hartford on business Friday. Mr. Hewlett grew up a resident of this county and making countian is nnothcr Ohio good. Misses MaybeluTamTEtta Sowders, of Evansville, Ind., and Miss Marie Kimbley and Mr. Harry Ebermann, of Owensboro, passed through Hartford Tuesday on a motor trip to Chattanooga, Atlanta and other points South. Tho automobile belonging to the Sheriff of Daviess county wrecked on the Marvin's Chapel hill about two weeks ago, passed through Hartford Wednesday enroute to Owensboro. when the Tho accident happened brake failed to work. Mr. J. A. Nelson has opened a new grocery in tho Griffin building formerly occupied by the Hartford Music Company. Mr. Nelson Is well known In Hartford, having lived here several years ago, and expects a large patronage from his old friends. g E. P. Barnes & Bro.'s.fblg salo at their Beaver Dam store Is attracting nttention In all parts of tho county and hundreds nro taking advantage of tho bargain prices offered by this progressive firm. Tho sale lasts until July See tho double pago ad in this 29. Issue, also Barnes regular space. The doorsof the City Restaurant have been closed and tho former proprietor, James" Lyons, will probably movo to some other town In the near future Tho restaurant's business did not justtfy Its continued operation and Mr. Lyons decided to close. Ho had not decided yesterday where ho would locate but will likely re main In the restaurant business. At a meoflnB'of thiTchnutauqua committee In tho Bniik of Hartford rooms Wednesday, it was decided to In Hartford hold tho Chautauqua Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 7, 8 and 9. Tho largo tent will probably bo stretched In tho vacant lot between Dr. E. W. Ford's of J. A. office and tho residence Duko. Thero will bo two perform- nnr.q dullv. afternoon and night. E. G. Barrass was mado chairman of the ticket committee and now has seasoned tickets on sale. profit-sharin- BBwiB I answers the universal goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch I You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give qualityl Prince Albert affords the keenast pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just 1 without bite, parch or kick-bac- demand for tobacco k! Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells to.bacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer-fulle- st investment you ever made! R. Fringe Mlbert J. Reynold Tobacco Co., Win t N. C Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co. KENTUCKY CAMP IS QUARANTINED SMALLPOX BREAKS OUT IX SECOND KKGIMENT AT TT. THOMAS. H COMPANY IS EXAMINED Ixx-a- l Company Lose 2 Out of 80 Men 12 or More Recruits Mut Ik! Had. MMH....-WM- -- ll I - CS, ";'- I ir rWH. ....,.,. l'"'"l i (Special Correspondent.) At last the physical examinations are over and the fate of Company H is no longer hanging in the balance. Twenty-eigmen is the total casualty list and underweight is what knocked nearly all of them out. Defective eyesight took a toll of three or four and one or two had defective hearing. Three days elapsed between the time tho examination was taken and the time the exact result was mado During these three days known. the anxiety was almost unbearable) and rumors ran rife. The total rejections was much larger than expected nnd therefore the reading of tho list off by Lieut. Shown was a tragedy. All of tho men were gathered around tho quarters making conjectures and predictions and expressing hopes or dreads when the word was passed around that Lieut. Shown had gone for the report of tho surgeons. At last after a short length of time, which seemed weeks, he came back with tho Blip of paper and announced with very evident emotion that men. Co. II had lost twenty-eigEach and every man was staggered at this news and not one of them could feel confident that his own name was not Included In the list. Corp. John J. Glenn, who Is one ot tho most soldierly looking men In tho company, ono of Its best fellows and a member of tho 1915 rifle team, was knocked out on account of an accident to ono of his eyes. Noah L. Rowe, who Is another excellent soldier and one of the oldest members of tho company, was a perfect physical speclman but lacked ono Inch The other men who failIn height. ed aro equally deserving of honorable mention but as tho exact reasons for rejection aro not specifically stated as yet, we shall not comment upon Their loss all of them Individually. Is keenly regretted by tho oillcerri nnd men of the company and It Is with the greatest of sorrow that wo sco them leavo. Ono caso of smallpox In tho Second regiment has caused the camp to bo quarantined until the surgeons can determine whether thero is to bo an epidemic. The la6t- - of the 'typhoid ht ht shots has been given to the entire smallpox vaccinations which were given.also on last Thursday are Just beginning to glvo trouble. H company will need at least twelve recruits from Ohio county in order to reach the specified war strength and It is expected that they when the rewill be forthcoming cruiting parties are sent out. The following is the list of men who have done all in their powqr to serve under the Stars and Stripes: Corp. John J. Glenn, Noah L. Rowe, Musician N. B. Hazelrigg, Willis Allen, Ira Allen, Clude C. Baxley, Ros-co- e James S. Carson, Joe Crahan, Daffron, Lewis A. Denny, Claude Duke, Clarence M. Gray, John E. Hahn, Jesso Harris, Claude Havens, ChaB. B. Hurt, Mack B. Hurt, Eura W. Jones, Arvln W. Leisure, Kit Logsdon, Otis Maddox, Arthur Mln-toAlbert Morris, Edward Owens, Everett Peach, Leland 'Peach,, Lloyd lender, Leslie White, Mose Wilson. In order that the excellent showing of the company in comparison with the others may be appreciated, the following table is given: Str. LosPsiIPc Town Co. G4 134 86 KOwensboro brigade and excellent sketch. While he wa3 working a tall, hairy man came out of the hut and regarded him with some misgiving. The hut dweller approached. "Watcher doln', mister?" he asked. "I'm painting your picturesque dwelling," sad Patterson. Tho hut dweller regarded Patterson dubiously for a minute, then went indoors. Presently he appeared with his wife, and the two advanced toward the artist. "Mind yell," said the man, pointing to the painter, "I've got me wltness you'ro doing this at your own expense." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegrap- h. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED SINCE OUR- - LAST REPORT James A. Shaftmore, ot Traverse City, Mich., to Efflo Marvin, of Liv-ermo- n, Ernest Elder, Ccralvo, to Magglo Morris, Ceralvo. H. J. Stewart, Centertown, to Commie Olivia Phillips, Centertown. Heher G. Austin, Beaver Dam, to Clime Austin, Beaver Dam. J. W. Culbertson, Roslne, to Gertrude Goodman, Roslne. Dr. Oscar Allen recently qualified in County Court as administrator of Charles Hayes, deceased. J. R. Bruner, aged 72, was tried in County Court on July 18th and adjudged a person of unsound mind and was committed to tho Western Kentucky Asylum for the Insaue. Edward Nelson qualified on tho lSUi as treasurer of Central Park Graded School. m GEarllngton LMurray EMadlsonvilIe' 90 8D ...j ...j CLlvermore ILeltchleld DHopklnsvllle AlBowllngG HIHartford 143 81 91 12G 45 41 67 3G 50 48 47 44 ' -- j In County Couit. BHenderson MRussellvllle FlProvidenco 126 80 111 71 93 123C50772941 3rd Regiment It Is now rumored that ono Lieutenant, ono 111- 40 50 47 28 32 18 17 I" 40 37 33 29 25 18 officer and two privates from each batallion will be sent to Western Kentucky as recruiting parties. - RKAT) THIS. If In need of Corn, Hay, Oats.Dlx-l- e or Arab Mixed Feeds, Chicken Feeds. Grits and Shells, Weber Wagons, Farm Implements, Repairs on the Doerlng aild McCormlck Mowing Machines, Grass and Field Seeds of all kinds, in season.as well as tho best Patent Blue Ribbon and Second Patent Red Rose Flour, two-foTile for wells, Rock Salt, Stock and Poultry Remedies, wo are prepared to furnish you as cheap as like articles aro to bo had elsewhere, If not cheaper. Call and let us quote you before buying. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Tho Produce Men, Hartford, Ky. 3t3 otc Cash always paid for Poultry and Eggs. ot Should Sloan' Llnuncnt Go Alone? For after a Of course It should! strenuous day when your muscles have been exercised to the limit an application of Sluan's Liniment will take the soreness and stiffness away and get you In fine shape for tho morrow. You should al60 uso it for a sudden attack of toothache, stiff neck, backache, stings, bites and the many accidents that aro Incidental to "Wo would as soon leavo l a vacation. our baggage as to go on a .vacation or camp without Sloan's Liniment." Writes one vacationist: "Wo uso It for everything from cramps to toothache." Put a bottle In your bag, be 2 prepared and have no regrets. mW : Adinlnlhtratrlx' Notice. All persons having claims against -. tho estate oi mo uuv. u. u. ulor, deceased, aro hereby notified to present samo to mo for a settlement, properly proven as required by law, within sixty days from this date, at my homo near Bell's Run, In Ohio county, Kentucky. This July 14th, 191C. PlajiiiK Safe. AMERICA F. TAYLOR, Ono of Australia's best landscape Administratrix. with his bag ot 2t3 painters was out a. ' tricks near Darlesford recently. He had pitched In front of nn old hut, softenwaUle-and-da- b FOR FLETCHER'S creopor, crimson-flowere- d ed with a which he thought would make au ' d, Children Cry CASTO Rl A KT2 !.&! T CO CD jh U CO cd Ui cd CO CO 73 H -- 5 43 '3 bo O 4-(- d - to o rt "rrt O , a; 3 a, 3 o $! U cj CD cd ?? k:h 53 cy rfl i Vj cd - a- 43 to u U CO OV vy m H a CO ij CO CO - 3 -- ! 43 rrt -- bJD O o CO ,. ! CO CQ S U O CO CO cj !m Sfl H- -l hS&S . 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He was brought hero SUPPLIES the Central Powers of the mnterlnls required for Red Cross supplies; they have, on the contrary every rea son to suppose the reverse for, to give only one Instance, not long ago n medical member of the Austrian General Stnff, Prof. Hochcnegg wrote that there was no shortage nnd no prospect of shortage in modi- clncs or bondages, nor cve;i In highly special medical remedies, so Hint Austria was hardly concerned in the succcss of thc protcst made by tho American Red Cross against the gtncles plnccd by the Allies In the way j of tno export 0f such articles from America." J CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO AL- HOTEL Professional o7toC. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFOrtD, KY. Will practice his profession In UiU and adjoining counties. CommerciaJ and Criminal Practice a Spoclalty. ' r j P0WMM .WASHINGTON, BKNDS Tiie cyclone blew down fences and considerably damngod the crops. No serious danifige was reported from Washington, July IS. Great Rrlt- In the statement Just Issued by Hebbimlsvillc, though some of the tho Vltnl Statistics Durcnu of the telephone connections are Interrupt- - aln again has refused a plea of thc Red Cross for permission State Board of Health for the months shipments of to make conditional ,t of January, February, Jiarcii ami Red Cross supplies to Germany and April births are shown to exceed . . .. r HAI.K. rt urey, oecreiury Austria, deaths in Ohio county by 71. Sixty- - MASTKK COMMISSION'S in n note dated July 12 nnd made A IIiH'kliiK CoiikIi Weakens thc Syseight of the deaths In the county QMo crcut Cour. tem. during those months were caused by c K WnUace A(mr., et al., Plain- - public last night, reiterates that tho allied blockade ngnlnst such shipDon't suffer with a hacking cough preven'tnble diseases. uffs, ments Is In accordance with the Gen- that hns weakened your system get vs. Notice. The totnl mortality of the State ler, et al .Del en.lants. during the past four months, was 10.- - Logan r . C tow.J a Judgment and order eva Convention, declnrcs there Is no n bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, IJy 988. The total births of the State of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court evidence that the supplies are need- In use over 40 years, and benefiting was 20,013. rendered nt the July term, 1916, ed In the Teutonic nations, nnd says nil who use It, the soothing pine Following Is the detailed report for In the above cause, for the purpose Great Brltnln cnlinot entertain n sugof paying all Just nnd legal claini3 gestion thnt supplies be sent under bnlsam with tar heal the irritated air Ohio county: against the estate of Henry Crowder, guarantee that their distribution will passages soothes the raw spots, 1910 deceased, nnd dividing the proceeds be supervised by a satisfactory comJan.Feb.Mar.Apr. loosens the mucous nnd prevents nfter paying the claims nitd. the 38 25 37 25 cost, to the heirs of the said Henry mission of Americans. All deaths nicking the body with coughing. Dr. Sir Edward's reply said In part: Age one year and under 4 4 5 5 Crowder, deceased, as their respec1 tive Interests may appear nnd for 2 2 2 "His Majesty's Government have King's New Discovery Induces tintAge 1 to 5 years the purpose of paying all the cost of no reasons to believe that there h ural sleep and aids nature to cure Age C5 years and over 15 6 10 C the above law suft and the cost of this you. 4 7 Tuberculosis of lungs. sale, I will offer for snle by public an absolute lack In the territory of 1 2 auction to the highest nnd best bid0 0 Other tuberculosis Pneumonia-bronch- o der at the court house door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, the 7th day of 8 7 pneumonia p. August, 1916, nbout 0 0 "Whooping cough m., on a credit oi u ami i; mourns, 1 0 Diphtheria-crou- p the following described property to- Meningitis other thnn A certain tract of land in Ohio 1 0 tubercular county, Kentucky, and bounded as 0 0 Scarlet fever follows: 0 0 Measles Beginning at a white oak, Awtry's 3 0 Typhoid fever N. E. corner; thence west 140 poles to a stone; thence north 10 east 26 Diarrhoea and enter!- 0 poles to a stone, N. E. corner to H. 0 (under 2 yrs.).. tie O. Awtry; thence north S9 west 26 Dysentery nnd diarrhoea poles to a stone and white oak; 1 0 (over 2 years) thence north 2S poles to a dogwood, 0 0 H. Stewart's corner; thence north S2 Hookworm disease o east 59 te poles to a stone; thenc? 0 Influenza , south S213 east S4 poles to a stoue; 1" 0 Cancer thence north 49 poles to a stone; Puerperal septicemia.. 0 0 thence east 19 poles to an ash; thence 1 1 south 27 poles to a stone; thence Vllence poles to an 0 north 71 east 125 0 Pellagra elm and sassafras, thence north 0 0 Smallpox 76 'A poles to a chestnut and stone Preventable diseases.. 24 14 15 15 In E. F. Mies' line: thence east with Preventable diseases his line to two white oaks, E. F. Llles' Do you believe in arbitration or indus(under 65 years)... 16 13 12 2 S. E. corner; thence south 60 east CO trial warfare? 3S 13S poles to a hickory, Ashley s cor 49 49 Total births to a stone, thence '"! The policy of the Bureau hereafter ,"erj The train employes on all the railroads tllence With -. will be to rurnisn a cietaueu report llIs ine west 154 poles to a chestnut; are voting whether they will give their leaders of the vital statistics each month. thence south 13 east 7S poles to a line; authority to tie up the commerce of the It is believed that by this method stone in F. M. Crowder's F. M. thence Crow .Po much preventable diseases can be country to enforce their demands for a 100 lience south avoided. poles to a poplar; thence north 3S million dollar wage increase. Sl, west 127 poles witti t. m. ChnmberlnlnN Colic, Cholera and Crowder's line to a hickory; thence railroads are in the public service north 24 poles to the beginning, conDiarrhoea Remedy. your service. This army ot employes is in 223 acres, excepting there Every family without exception taining from the family graveyard tnereon the public service your service. should keep this preparation at hand Qt an acre will be required to of the sum- during the hoi weather You pay for rail transportation 3 billion The purchaser Chamberlain's Colic, execute bond with approved secur- rner months. dollars a year, and 44 cents out of every Hen er .J.1 Cholera and IMarrhoea Remedy Is dollar from you goes to the employes. worth many times its cost when neeJ- - (urtner security. is almust certain to be need-- ; ed nnd 17th day of July, 1916 On all the Southern railroads in 1915, seventy-fiv- e percent of the OTTO C. MARTIN, ed before the summer Is over. It train employes earned these wages (lowest, inchest and average Master Commissioner. no superior for tho purposes for 3t3 has of all) as shown by the payrolls Ernest Woodward, Heavrin & Buy it now. which it is intended. Paistnger Freight Kirk, Attorneys. Yard id Obtainable everywhere. Raata A?mn Rant Avra Ru, Avraa For Sale. Shortage of Miners. I k A 160 acre farm 4 miles east of $350S1916 Whltesburg, Ky., July 18. Coal Hartford, on the border of the oil operators in Eastern Kentucky, es- fields. Good dwelling, barn and othr. 52 1353 1055 Cond-actopecially in the Elkhorn field, report Young 1M0 J24S er necessary outbuildings. a scarcity of miners, and the output orchard, strawberry bed and other of the mines shows a slight decrease pleasing features. If bonds carry 649 406 Firemen . i,r.n 1638 c7q 1302 over last month. New men, howev- inter-count- y seat pike will be near. 1652 poser, are being added as rapidly as See, or write Tinsley & Barnett, sible. It is said that the field around 957 755 7M Brskemen. Ky., for further particu1109 958 990 county, has a shortage Hartford, Hazard, Perry 1736 1854 1405 lars. of miners. Thc average yearly wage payments to all Southern train emDamage. DRUGGISTS KENTUCKY Cyclone Does ployes (including those who worked only part of the year) as .MEET AT DAWSON SPRINGS As a result of a Henderson. shown by the 1915 payrolls were small cyclone which struck the Passenger Freight Yard precinct, twelvo miles east Dawson Springs, Ky., July 15. Engineers. . . . . . $2144 yesterday evening Pru- - The Kentucky State Hoard of Pharof here, late $1313 $1712 macy, which began a four days' sesConductors 1723 1488 1157 sion Wednesday concluded its laFiremen 1096 865 688 bors Saturday afternoon. G. O. Pat Brakemen of Hawesvllle, President of 845 terson, 1013 868 tho board, presided at all the meetA 100 million dollar wage increase for ings. t i j 'flOT KKI'OUT 1'OH l'AHT lOt-'l- t MONTHS. ok vitaij statistics ' GREAT ItRITAI.V REFUSES LOW MEDICINE TO REACH GERMANY. j D.C, .UrAMERICAN a city where'eood liotclt bound, lhePowhitaa held .the T WAIlEHTIIATTO.N Croinvll, Ky OTTtlt". MAHTII llnrttorO, Ky. 'In Hit. ' countrymen, It irfirif lathbe!ru;.cf . 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It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other jS'nrcotlo tmbslancc. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys AVornin and allays Fevcrl.shucss For moro than thirty years It Iir.s been In constant it. o for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Coll , all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoja. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. tes CnMorla Is What is CASTORIA a GENUINE CASTORIA the Signature of '-&I- CA ALWAYS yBears W5fVX TM CKNTAUW 4te. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought COMPANY. NUW VOKK CITY. Starck Pianos inAdrnuco Sntinfno (Ion Gunr - No Money nntentl Lowest Net To rum In tho Tarift plank which went from tho Whlto House to St. .ouls thero was, a declaration for no Investigation of changing economic conditions at homo and abroad by .1 Taritt commission, whoso findings should bo presented to Congress for action looking to an antidumping law which "would keep tho Tariff rates on .1 far-l- y competitive basis In times of surplus production abroad." This meant nothing less than a Protective Tariff, for a Protcrtlvo Tariff nlmB to do and docs that very thing of maintaining In the American market a competitive basis between a homo article produced at high la bor costs and a foreign article produced at pauper labor costs. But when Mr. "Wilson's competitive Tariff plank was shown in 3t. Louis such a shout of derision went up from the Republican press and such a cry of shame from tho honest Democratic press, which saw and acknowledged tho humbug of such a subterfuge, that the "competitive" stuff was stricken out of tho Tariff plank as It nnally'appeared. But In Its present form It Is a humbug plank, Just the same. Word for word, It goes along with the plank (lrst sent from the Whlto House to St. Louis until It comes down to what tho Tariff commission Is going to do, and then it muddles up tho stream with these wods: "In order to ascertain Just what thoso (economic) changes may be, the Democratic Congress Is providTariff Commis ing for a sion to make impartial and thorough study of every economic fact that they may throw light either upon our past or upon our future fiscal policy with regard to the Imposition of taxes on Imports or with regard to tho changed and changing conditions under which our trade Is carried non-partis- thence with Harder'a lino west 17 poles to a whlto oak, maplo and black gum; thence south 80, west 81 poles and 15 links to a stone; thence north 6 east 90 poles to a stono In center of blc road leading from Beech Vnlloy to thenco south 81 cast 18 polos to a stone; thenco south 84 east 80 poles and 16 links to two hickories and one small beech; thenco 8,4 east 84 poles to tho beginning, containing 7C acres, less ten acres After Fonr Years of Discouraging 1 had gotten so weak I could not ttaasl conveyed to M. E. Gilliam on the west I gave up in despair. aide of place, residue containing 65 and Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave acres, more or less. Being same land At last, my husband got me a bottle off conveyed to W. H. Wnrd, on June 12, 1915, deed recorded In deed Up ia Despair. Hosbaad CarduJ, the woman's tonic, and I cost book 49, page 334, Ohio County Court Clerk's office. menced taking It. From the very Brtt Came to Rescue. The purchaser will bo required to dose, I could tell it was helping me. I execute bond with approved security Immediately nfter sale, and a lien can n6w walk two miles without Itt will be retained as additional secur ity. Catron, Ky.- -fl en Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all uiy work." This July 17, 1916. from this place, Mn. Bettle Bullock If you are all run down from womanly OTTO C. MARTIN, 3t3 Master Commissioner. writes as follows: "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, tho woman's tonic. It lias helped Notice Candidates Certified. this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, In its SO State of Kentucky,) while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should )Sct. all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist iua County of Ohio, I, W. C. Blankenship, Clerk of tho In my left sold Cardui for years. He knows what side. County Court for tho County and The doctor was called in, and his treat it will do. Ask him. He will recom State aforesaid, do hereby certify that tho following is a truo and com- ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. plete list of the candidates certified soon ITrite to: Ctuttanooea Meltclna Co.. UdlM confined to my bed again. After to mo by the Secretary of State, to Advlsory,Drpt.. Chattanooza, lenn.. for SptOat Instruction! i that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatatnt far an j our case anIn !aia book, ,rHom bo voted for at the regular August Waaua," cat wutint. Cth, 191C, primary election to be held In Ohio county, Kentucky; that said list of names were certified to me as being candidates for the Republican nomination for Congress from tho Fourth Kentucky District, viz: William Hobson, ot Campbellsville, Kentucky. W. Fletcher Nichols, of Munford-vlllKentucky. Thomas Spurrier, of Caneyvlllo, Kentucky. J. H. Ashlock, of Glcndale, Kentucky. full of life and action, filled with the John P. Haswell, Jr., ot Hardins-burfire of fine inspiration and followed Kentucky. by 250 short stories of adventure, I further certify that the foregoing win mage any and no others were certified from source whatever. Given under my hand, this the 13th day of July, 1916. W. C. BLANKENSHIP, survey; north 11 n; HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE e, g, iReYOUTffS COMPANION t C. O. C. C. Better Than Ever in 1915 Fact ?i- y Prions Rani Saving Ji A. P. A. STARCK PflEflOENT SlflO to 52 OOFno From lory Direct IH YOUR 1 of OWN HOME Wo will ship you a beautiful Starck Piano fir 30 days' froo trial. In your home No cash tayment rootllred. All we ask Is that you will play upon, usa a ana icsi wis piuiui ur .iu uayn. u, ui me enu 01 umt umu, yuu uu uoi unu u wie liiKnesi prauo, sweetest xoneu nnu nnesi piano in. every way, mai you nuvo ever It back, anil wo will. In that seen (or the it.onoy, you uro at perfea liberty to ways, i u siarcii must maKo 500a wun you, rreient 8ccnt, iay the sale twin In no tl.lp dlnct to ou from our (arto'7, it prim tljat tare you upward! ot $150 00 Ic Jie cost of your piano. We irjrntce to (umlib jrai a Ixttcr (ilino for the money than )ou can You are sstuml of rwtvlwr, c ttr mkxIku. tetMJctorjr toned durable littfli srade V 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL Save $150.00 or More Easy Payments iino. iwt Ton pay n enh ilown, but after 30 dayi of trial, jou can befrin payment on the low-o- t, emlMt temu crcr ayirifcaed by a piano manufacturer, 'flicse trrnu are arranged to tuit your cunrrnlince, and It u poiilble for you f bny a pbn't (or your home, without irlm-'- i lb" non"y. 1 01 Playcr-Ptanc- ? atarck Player-1'lav- t art the heat and nut lieault ful Plrer Pl- - jo t) market. iJU win tw .0 lighted wltli tlie many exclusive feature of these and wonderful Initn-mcnwill be pleasnl with the very low prices at which they can be accursJ. g Tho only difference between this and tho other Is that the first was oold, brazen humbug and this . is cowardly, sneaking humbug. The first suggested Tariff changes as a "competitive" policy; this says Tariff changes as a "fiscal policy. Hut thev both mean that the Demo cratic party, whoso existing Tariff measures prostrated American industries within six months after It went into operation and was wiping them out by the wholesale when the war ,ame to save them this means that tho Democratic party, while intending to persist in its Free-TraIs afraid to stand straight up In this election and face the Republican party on the square issue. Washington Times. de on." It is a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as this preparation cannot be obtained on the trains or steamships. Attacks of bowel complaints are often sudden and very sovere, and everyone should go prepared for them Ob m tainable everywhere. Taking IHg Chances. a great risk to travel without Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys-- ' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone intnenome. there is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION let us aend you Three Current luuea FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your request. Those who subscribe now. Bending $2 for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION for 1915, will receive The Companion Home Calendar FREE. 52 Times a Year not 12. More good reading than you will get in any of the monthly vt magazines. COUNTY COURT IN THE YEAR OF 1800 MAN ARJRKSTKI) AND TRIKI) FOR STEALING A BUCK DEER SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COJIPANION, BOTH ONE YEAR FOB ONLY $2.75. IS FREED. OUR CLUBBING RATES. 1.3b The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.76 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The republican una uauy uwensooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer.... The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .... 1.50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 .- 35-Ys- sr Tiano ll 15 yrara. TLU Kuarantn bat iMctt ot It cur 35 yean ot piano eiorrlencr, and the reputation ft an ol.l ejtatlls'.iej, rcTomlble piano bouac. Icr 8tartk cuirantrcd for EusrsiiJas a 2nd- - Hand Bargain! on band We bare numbs- - of (lightly uval aid ivoond hinj planoa of all itimliM naVen t.'en In fare 50 Free Nuslo Lessons purchaser of Starck I'lanoa, wi give free nuuc lruoni. In one ot the licit known acliooli in Chicago. 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Plno-Tar-Hon- cy THOS. E. MOSS and Plasterer, Decorator Contractor. t ? I Lifetimo oxpcriouco with best of workmen, and can givo any roforonco desired. Cull mo on Hartford Mill Co., 'phono, or address mo at Hartford. Ky. t I We Knock the Spots Out of Things L&dies' and Men's Garments Froncli Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. Send ub your Garments and Have Thorn m Flfty-flvo typewriter. Les-Bo- explained by Moving Pic- ture machine. Seven big Departments Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, ExMubJj, Primary Normal. pert teachers. Modern equipassured. Position ment. Write for catalogue. CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and delivered. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB ? A. Iv HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Subscribe for The ILwtford Hepub. Uoau 91.00 por your. Nail, Prop. Daviess Co. Bus. College Incorporated OWENSBOUO, KY. Liked Tho Sample. ".Bang!" went tho rifles at tho ma"Oo-oo!- " screamed tho neuvers. pretty girl a nice, decorous, surSho stepped prised llttlo scream. backward Into tho arms of a young man. "Oh!" sho said, blushing. "I was frightened by the rifles.' I beg your SAMUEL McGRADY. pardon." Also, nono of this day and tlmo "Not at alt," said tho young man. could possibly commit a crime of tho "Let's go over and watch tho artil- character ot which this defendant lery." Current Opinion. LIV-VER-LTHE was charged and for which ho was arSEWING raigned in court. -- ;o MASTKR COMMISSIONER'S BALK. MACtHNE OF Good Foel Good. IHik Ohio Circuit Court. QUALITY. No ono can either foel good nor Midklff, Admr., Plaintiff, H. A. vs. Notice. look good while suffering from con-- 1 Flora Ralph, et al Defendants. stlpatlon. Got rtfl of that tired, By virtue of a Judgment and or-dNOT fooling by a trout-- 1 of ealo of tho Ohio Circuit Court draggy, UfelOBB SOLD im .Tulv term. 191C. lu tho ment ot Dr. King's New Llfo Pills. ....ra,i ni UNDER payabovo cause for the purpose or In- Iluy a box today, tako ono or two ANY ing a Hon dobt of $132.00 with per pills In tho morning that '' OTHER terest thereon at tho rate of G gone and you Fcolirlght all tho time. Don't lay oil stuffed, dull feeling is NAME. cent per annum from Doc. 31, 1914. from work for days by taking calomel 2Ec at your llV 10. GG. JaU- - feel better at once. .....II nil.l orortltAll when pleasant Llo- - VtvLax keeps yo 2 unry 3. 191. agatnst tho estate of drucslst. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. on your feet, whiio relieving your troub owing & W. II. Ward, deceased, and If you purchase the NEW HOME you will le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don'l I to C. M. Farmer, and a division of tho have a llfo asset at Uio price you pay, and will toko anything else. You can't aiford $100 Reward, $100 procoeds among the heir of said it. Eliminates poisons, cleanse? sy The readers of this paper will bo not have au endless chain of repairs. tern ami relieves constipation. A natns their Interests may appear, oleiued to learn that there la at least one disease that science has been ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura and all cost heroin, I will offer for dreaded cure In all Its stages, and that Is able to Quality in its effect and certain in results. It Bale at public auction to tho highest Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only will won't bo long beforo Liv- - Ver-La- x and best bidder, at tho court house positive cure now known to the medical Considered completely displace calomel in evert door In Hartford. Ky.. on Monday. fraternity. Catarrha being a constitutional constitutional treatdisease, requires home.i Children can tako it freely an! August 7, 1910, at about the hour of ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Init U the -- .. n'.inAV n in., iinnn a credit Oi b ternally, acting- - directly upon the blood with perfect safety. Every bottle guar mucous surfaces ot the system, thereanteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nona Cheapest and 12 months, the following des and destroying-- the foundation of tre disby genuine without the likeness nnd Siena; i: ease, and giving-- the patient strength by cribed property, in the aid iuro of JL K, Grigsby. For salo by A tract of land In Ohio County. building; up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Us work. The proprietors Kentucky, and bounded as follows: J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, ICy, to buy. have so much faith In Its curative powBeginning on tho lino of Win. ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars May's 5,000 acre survey at two for any case that It falls to cur. Send If you wautBiewIn: machine, write for, our latest catalogue before you purchase. hooches and two elms; thence south for list of testimonials. CO.. TottdO, O. Aedraast IT. J. CHKNBT r. nnina to two beeches on on Per ptn In rhe back a 1(0. Boll br all Drustiati. lull's rsjallr Pills tar ceattlpatloa. The New Home Sswsiz tttim Co Orft, HwC Is Dr. Uilm' AaU.fkJ Pita. the lluo of Jaa. Harder'a 8,000 acre At a court ot inquiry called and held at the court house in Hartford, on Friday, the 2Sth day of Novemof ber, 180C, for the examination Valentine Nicholls charged with felony in stealing a Buck Deer. Samuel McGrady, Thomas Moseley, Thos. Smith, Esquires present. The prisoner having appeared in discharge ot his recognizance and it being demanded of him whether ho is guilty or not guilty of the felony charged against him, salth that he is .n no wi30 guilty, and thereupon sundry witnesses being sworn and examined and tho case being maturely considered by the Court they nro of opinion that tho prisoner Is not guil ty of tho charge laid agatnst him. Thereupon it is considered that the said Nicholls is not guilty of tho felony chargo against him and that ho Tho court dissolved. bo dismissed. -. Globe-Democr- at Twice-a-Wee- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE AX NEW or For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. I HOM E I I -- cs-tu- to to-wi- ,( Ik rd FARM DEPARTMENT Remedies Kor ClilffKor. If a bath Is taken In hot water or with strong soap soon after cxposuift in shrubbery and woods Infested with chlggcrs, or harvest mites, usually no 111 ejects will bo noticed from attacks f these pests, After long exposure, however, a bath has no effect, and a cooling substance should be applied to Inflamed parts. After Irritation has set In, liberal applications of strong solutions of ammonlft,common baking soda or are recommended. Home and sal-erat- The Breckinridge County Fair, Races and Home Coining! JULY 25, 26, 27, 28, 1916. Reorganized on a broad basis to promote agricultural and live stock interests of tho section. Plenty of Running, Trotting and Pacing Races. Fine Stock Show Rings, great Floral Hall Display. Liberal premiums on Sheep, Hogs and Cattle. Everything clean and wholesome. No gambling devices, immoral shows or intoxicants tolerated. 8 big free attractions on elevated stage in front of grand stand. Some, thin" going all tho time. No tiresome waits. Wednesday, Louisvillo day and Derby day. Program so balanced that every day a big day. Big automobile race first day. First day free school children's and Old Peoples day. Plonty of good Ice Wator Freo to all, and all the time in charge of courteous attendants. Excursion rates on railroad. All trains stop at Fair Ground gates. Send for premium list. Farm. Young Hens Host C. C. GIVENS, General Manager, J. P. O'REILLEY, Secretary. layers. MASTER COMMISSIONERS SAM). posed to bo on tho original lino; thence North 109 poles to one beech tree; supposed to be on original Ohio Circuit Court. lino; thence cast 110 poles to tho E. L. Farmer, Admr., Plaintiff. containing 84 ncres. more vs. Notice. or less. Being a part of tho tract of' Nancy Farmer, et al.. Defendants. By virtue of Judgment and order land conveyed by S. C. Arrlngton to v in. j. owupu, uucuusi'ti, ruuorutru 111 of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court rendered at the July terra, 191G, in the deed book P, page 256, Ohio County above cause, for tho purpose of pay- Court Clerk's office. Excoptlng therefrom the following ing all legal claims against tho estate of Elies Farmer, deceased, and boundary: Beginning at three white oaks; a division of the proceeds among the heirs of tho said Ellas Farmer as thenco south 79, west 110 poles to a their Interests may appear, I will of- black Jack, supposed to be on tho fer for salo at public auction to the original lino; thence northwardly uesi muuer, ui uie conn with the line ot the original tract , Highest anu I houso door in Hartford, Ky., about of which this Is a portion 54 t, poles tho hour of one o ciock p. m on to a stone; thence eastwardly 110 191G, poles to a stone In the line of the first i Monday, tho 7th day of August, on a credit or six momus mo ionow-in- g party's of which this . tract is , a , part; I .. .. uu',i incnce souiu 11, east ..A,, puics iu described property, A tract of land In Ohio county, the beginning, containing 42 ncres, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: mora or less, aud being one-haBeginning at a stone at the in- tract conveyed to B. S. Swopo by Jas. tersection of the Beech Valley road M. Swope, et al., on August 27, 1902, with the Hartford and Hawesvillo which deed Is of record in the Ohio said Beech County Court Clerk's ofllco In deed road; thence with Valley road to G. M. Farm- book 48, page 194. Jesse R. Swopo owning a 9 Interer's corner; thence with Tom Henry's line to the Hartford and est in the abovo tract of land orderHawesville road; thence south with ed to be sold, 9 ot the proceeds said road to the beginning, contain- will be paid to him. The purchaser will be required to ing about 18 acres, more or less. Excepting therefrom a lot sold to J. A. execute bond with approved securiEdge, containing 5 of an acre, and ty immediately after sale and a Hen being a portion of the tract of land will bo retained on the land as furconveyed to Ellas Farmer by H. C. ther security. Thl3 17th day of July. 1916. Watklns and others, by deed dated OTTO C. MARTIN. May 30( 1901, recorded In deed book Master Commissioner. Court 3t3 G, page 628, Ohio County Ellis & Taylor, Ernest Woodward, Clerk's office. The purchaser will be required to J. P. Sanderfur, Attorneys. execute bond with approved security . lmediately after sale, and a Hen will MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. be retained as additional security. This 17th day of July, 1916. Ohio Circuit Court. OTTO C. MARTIN, A. C. Lawrence, et al., Plaintiffs, Master Commissioner. 3t3 vs. Notice. C. M. Crowe, Attorney. James I. Leach, et al., Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court rendered at its July term, 1916, in the above cause, for the purpose of a diOhio Circuit Court. vision of the proceeds among the Joe McConnell, Plaintiff, vs. heirs of W. L. C. Leach, deceased, The Johnston Harvesting Machinery is made and all costs herein, I will offer for Mary Fulkerson, Defendant. By virtue of a Judgment and order sale at public auction to the highest stronger with fewer parts to wear out and break, yet of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, and best bidder at tho court houso they are easior to operate and will do good work rendered at the July term, 1916, in door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, the above cause for the sum of $75.00 the 7th day of August, 1916, at about where other machines fail. Wo are anxious to pjovo with Interest at the rate of G per the hour of one o'clock p. m., upon cent per annum from tho 10th day of a credit of six nnd twelve months, this to you and an)-- inquiries will havo prompt property: described May, 1912, until paid, and all costs the following herein, I will offer for sale by pub-n- o Three tracts of land in Ohio county, attention. nnrtlnn at the court house door Kentucky, and bounded as follows: on Monday, the 7th day Tract No. 1. Beginning at poplar In Hartford, line of a We of August, 191G, auout one o ciock and oak stump; thence with Park and upon a credit of six months, Sullenger's line to the new cut road p. m., Machine we Ohio Circuit Court. With Pons. Mix with the privilege of paying cash if leading from the Leltchfleld road to Ollle E. Taylor, Admrx., Plaintiff. purchaser the follow- tho Hines Mill road; thence with said desired by the We also arry repairs for Deering, McCormick, Mil Sorghum and peas make a fine vs"- - Notice. and road to a corner at Sullenger ing described property, combination for late planting. It Vivian G. Taylor, et al Defendants. Ohio county, Leach's line, a stone; thence on a waukee and Champion Mowers and will ho pleased to "One tract of laud in ConBy virtue of a judgment and order Kentucky, and bounded as follows: straight Hue to tho beginning. tho land Is strong enough to make furnish you anything in this line at reasonable prices. Ohio Circuit Court more or less fair sorghum a fine crop of hay may of sale of the July term, 191G. In Beginning at a stake in the N. W. taining two acres conveyed to W.and at the L. line; We can rebuild your old machine. by planting sorghum rndered cause, for the purpose of corner of Joe McConnell's thence bolng bame land F. Sullenger be produced and the above C. Leach by B. thence east to the old line; and poas together. paying a lien debt of ?1,275.00. N. to a-- stone In the N. E. corner of wlfo on Feb. 9, 1894, deed recorded lirst Sorghum and cowpeas when sown with Interest thereon at the rate of said line; thence W. to a stake; In deed book 14, page 355, Ohio Sept. G, together for hay aro too often plant- 6 por cent per annum from of C. M. hpnm s. to tho beginning, contain- County Court Clerk's office. suffl-cei- it estate Tract No. 2. Beginning at a Too 1910, owing to the and the division ing 20 acres, more or less," or ed in tho wrong proportions. Barnett, deceased, thereof to produce the sums of white oak, corner to Richard Walker little cane seed Is used, and the re- of the proceeds after paying the salJ money ordered to be made. on said road; thence north to a white sult Is, that Instead of the cane stalks debt and Interest to tho heirs of The purchaser will be required to oak, Susan Sullenger's corner In R. deceased, and the execute bond with approved securi- Walker's lino; thence N. 79 W. 94 being small and palatable, they are John W. Taylor, oak, above stylo law suit of of large aud coarse. This makes it cost sale,tho will offer for sale at pub- ty Immediately after sale, unless ca3h poles to a hickory and white with I this John Duke's east corner; thence much harder to cut and cure. The lic auction to tho highest and best is paid. his ltno south 10 west 52 poles to This 17th day of July, 191G. pea vines grow up ou tho cane stalks bidder at the court house door In OTTO C. MARTIN, Duko and Chapman's corner; thence 1 p. m., on Monand there is such a mass of forago Hartford, Ky., about with Chapman's line south 40 poles Master Commissioner. August, 1910, 3t3 day of to a stake on said road; thence with Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. that it is very bard on the mower day, the 7th six months, the followcredit of sanio road to tho beginning, supposand on the stock in cutting It. If on adescribed property, ing MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ed to contain 100 acres. the seed of tho two crops aro sown A certain lot of ground, together Tract No. 3. Adjoining second lothicker tho stems of tho cane will with tho Improvements thereon, tract and beginning at a stono one Ohio Circuit Court. pole west of tho Hardlnsburg road; be much smaller, more easily curod cated on Center Street in Hartford, J. M. Swope, et al., Plaintiffs, bounded thonso east one polo to said road; and more palalablo to tho stock. By Ohio county, Kentucky and vs. Notice. 31 poles to a follows. mixing threo bushels of Amber cane as Beginning at tho N. E. corner of Jesse R. Swopo, Admr., ot al., De- thence north 65 east with Milllgan H white oak; thence fendants. cowpeas, and L. F. Woerner's lot en Center street; with two bushels of 22 poles S3 El Will help paronts develop their eons into By virtue of a Judgment and order Wright's lino north 2 east planting with a grain drill at the thence with his line N. W. 75 feet to of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court to an elm; thenco 47 poles to tho beper acre, a lino of Z. Wayne Grlflln; thonco S. rendered at the July term, 1916, In ginning. Containing two acres more Christian rate of threo bushels gg the best type of citizens and 18 feet to lino of conveyed to W. L. hay of very ffno quality can bo se- IW. with bald lino tho abovo cause, for the purpose ot or less, samo land is widely scat- J C. Durrett's hotel lot; thence S. paying the following claims against C. Leach, by John T. Lowe and wife gg gentlemen. Its pationago cured. Tho lajid should bo plowed E. with said lino and lino of H. P. recS. Swope, deceased, by deed dated May 28, 1889, and and barrowej thoroughly, so that tho Tujlor's law olttco. 75 feet to Center tho estato of Bennote, ?12 91, dated orded in deed book 8, page 378, Ohio w tered and comes from the best homos in L. Phillips' In Court Clerk's surface will bo in good condition for btroet; thence with Center street, 18 J April 22, 1912, with Interest at G County purchasor will office. capacity is limited, there- bo required to El to the beginning, which propor-- i per cent per annum from date; W. H feet Tho the South. Its the mower at cutting. Gutting should ty was. conveyed to decedent by C. am with approved security iga be done as soon as most of tho cano M. Barnett nnd wlfo on Sept. G. 1910, B. Wells' note $75.00, dated March execute bond after sale and a Hon should bo made early. gj foro, reservations i insr with Interest at G nor cent immediately has headed nnd before tho seed hard- doed recorded In deed book 39, page sureper annum from dato; W. B. Wells' will bo retained as additional M son in this select gioup of Hay grown thick in this way, r.n niiin rouiitv Clnrk's office. ens. Place your March 4, 1910, with ty. Purchaser will bo required to ex- note $125, dated at tho rate of G per This 17th day of July, 191G. will bo more oitHlly handled and curapproved security interest thereon OTTO C. MARTIN, boys. Write MB ed, and is more palatable to stock ecute boud with sale and a lion cent per annum from March 4, 1911, immediately after Master Commissioner. than ir too Httlo cano seed is used In wltl bo retained as further security. until paid, credited by $5.00 Dec. 17, 3t3John B. Wilson, Attorney. 1914; Jame3 M. Swope, note $30.00, tho mixture, and tho h.iy growing too This July 17, 19 1G. dated April 27. 1902, with Interest C. MARTIN, OTTO coarse. Constipation nnd Indigestion. nt G por cent per annum from dato Master Commissioner. H 3t3 until paid; Jas. M. Swope, note $10, "I havo used Chamborlaln's Tab-lo- ts gg For cataloguo and information. Box A. Heavrin & Kirk, Attorneys. dated April 18, 1914, with Interest Cucumber Rootles. t nnd must say thoy are the best noto from dato; Jas. M. Swopo, NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Cucimber loahe3 caused by tho cu$17.50, dated April 7, 1914, with In- I have over used for constipation aud In writing your letters do not say terest from dato until paid, credited Indigestion. My wlfo ulso used them cumber beetle may bo diminished If spent Sunday with by $12.95 Sept. 24, 1914;Jas. M. for indigestion and thoy did her prompt action is taken against this that Mr. keeps other Eugeno S. Knight, guests, but In return pest of tho plckio. II. A. Gossard, en- Mr. Blank, or Mr. Blank and family Swopo, $11.19, with Interest from good," writes tho marrlago from Guest, or Miss January 1, 19 16, until paid, and all Wilmington, N. O. Chamberlain's mendicants tomologist at the Ohio Experiment took dinner with Mr. for salo by cost herein, I Tho boggar chief ot a big Station, rccommonds spraying when Bollo spent tho night with Miss Host- public auction to tho. highest and Tablots are mild and gentlo In their feast. Chinese city makes as much as means say that Mr. best bidder, at the court houso action. Glvo them a trial. You are tho booties appear with Bordeaux ess. And by no For summer and oarly fall out of this ho year, on mixture made by adding two pounds Romeo made his regular call at tho door in Hartford, Ky., tho Monday, certain to bo pleased with the agree- $15,000 acommonand street beggars or hour ot able laxative effect which they pro- pays tho sowing, alone, iu corn at last Sunday after- August 7, 1916, about of copper sulphate and tho milk of homo of Miss Juliet gatherings. one o'clock p. m., upon a credit of 6 m to keep away from social cultivation or on etubblo land lime obtalnod by slacking two pounds noon, etc. Wo do not caro for that. nnd 12 mouths, tho following de- duce. Obtainable everywhere. want Is tho news. When mm of qulckllrao to M gallons of water, What we scribed property, alter grain harvest. visits Ice Cream Supper. A certuln track of land In Ohio REGOAR ALWAYS INVITED to which three pounds of arsenate of somepno from another town your town, or vlso versa, county, Kentucky, and bounded as lead paste Is addod. Since tho beetles somcono In The ladles ot Bethel church will TO CHINESE WEDDINGS as a follows: give an Ico cream supper at Edward's dbtllko Bordeaux mixture many will we aro always glad to run it Beginning at a sweet gum, dogyour travel to vines not sprayed. Thus news item, but bo. careful with re- wood and ash; thence sputh 11 Poking, July 15. At a Chlneso schoolhouso on Saturday night, July It is no pleasure to poles to three wedding the "beggar chief" Is al- 22d. of cucumbers may selection. Proceeds to go for benefit ot every fourth hill 2t2 write and scratch your copy. Co., Kentucky.-white oaks; thence south 79 degrees,-, ways Invited, He begs, from all tin tho church. Everybody invited. bo sprayed with throe pounds of Tho Editor. west 110 polea'toa black Jack, budpasto to CO gallons of ta&6 I rience among poultrymen and Inveswill kill all beetles tigations at our experiment stations ' water, and this of It. do not generally pay I eating much that old hens Dusting the vines with flowers of their board as layers. The recommen- 'sulphus and lime In tho dations are therefore that layers be proportion of one to three Is also disposed of after the third year recommended. if they are kept strictly for layers. Oil KI1N Hog Lice. This docs not apply to old hens as Of the remedies commonly used Often old hens make bet- for lice on hogs, crude oil Is probabmothers. ter mothers than pullets and when ly tho cheapest and the most effectone is found that generally raises a ive. It kills not only tho Hco but tho largo por cent of tho chicks one is nits as well at one application. Tho tomptod to keep her so long as she most convenient method of applying she is useful. But it does not pay Is by means of a hog oiler, of which to keep hens to hatch and raise there aro several good types. These chickens. It is cheaper to hatch with have the advantago of being always the incubator. The incubator, you ready and need little attention exwill recall, doc3 not eat expensive cept keeping oil supplied. The best feed nor does it harbor Hco, mites, typo of oiler Is one that enables tho fleas, ticks, etc. It Is true it requires pig to get the oil to all parts of tho some fuel, but only when It Is being body. Tho oil can also bo applied used to hatch. It does not require with a sprinkler, a spray pump, or a expense in winter when It Is not be- broom or a brush. If there Is any . ing run. indication of the skin disease, the keeps but a few parts should be scrubbed with a broom The farmer who hens should see to It that they are or brush so as to get the oil well inproducers. Tho layers should be re- to tho skin. Where crude oil Is usplaced with pullets every few years ed, It will be noticed that the skin so that young hens will bo In the and hair are Improved in appearance. yards to lay. It Is truo that farmers Where any of tho coal tar dips are feed bill for poultry Is not generally used, at least two applications heavy, as fowls on the farm require should bo made at Intervals of seven little except grain that is not suita- days. Where the floors of the pens But it is a or sheds aro of dirt, a liberal applible for other purposes. fact nevertheless hat with good lay- cation of oil will keep down the dust ing hens the grata consumed would as well as aid In killing lice. be farvmoro- - profitable than for old, inactive hens. Incubation Periods. Some attention should be given to The average period of Incubation raising chickens from layers with for the common domestic fowls Is a records even on tho farm. It may not follows: Eggs of chicken hens require from be advisable for tho farmer to he can determine about what 20 to 22 days; geese 28 to .4 days; his hens are doing. It Is his privilege ducks, 28 days; turkeys, 27 to 29 to know how many profitable hens ho Antra- - n.innrv Jllrrts. 14 daVSt EUillCa has and the boarders.lf they are eat fowl 28 days; pheasant 25 days; os ing Ills feed. Ho can estimate tho trich 40 to 42 days; pigeons is oay3. It Is a good plan to save such Innumber of eggs they lay and soon denot the birds are formation as It Is likely to be needtermine whether or profitable: ed. It Is not possible to remember s, these periods, but if the information The hens may be handed with then it is easier to tell what 13 kept one may refer to It when her record Is and, how long she has needed. boon in yard. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. trap-nest.b- ut leg-band- It has been found, by both expe- Big Sport Shirts Values. e$ss Line of 50c, $1.00 and $1.50 .- to-w- lt: .' lf Come In and See What Big Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. &$sas$s - Certainly Buy a Johnston " Carry complete repairs for any sell. to-w- it: j A. B. Row St Son Centertown, Ky. Vaoderbilt Training School for Boys to-w- lt: s s ELKTON, KY. I B 0 S ' S 2 5 MSTHENEY & BSTTS 5 Jl will-offe- r Sweet Clover Seed. to-w- lt: Bokhara Seed Co., Falmouth, Pendleton v