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WEDNESDAY JUNK 30, 1015. THE HARTFORD HERALD Pago 7 i ooooooooooooooo O MASTER COMMISSIONER'S O 0 SALES. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. A. E. Pate, Admr., J. R. King, do ceased, Plaintiff, i' Ys-. ""i'Anna Belle King, Defendant. 5 By virtue of a Judgment and or der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the April term, 1915, In the above cause for the sum of $140.60, with interest at the rate of C per cent, per nnnum from the 1st day of July, 1913, until paid, and costs herein, I will otter for sale by public auction at tho court house door In Hartford, on Monday, the 5th day of July, 1915, about one o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six and twelve months, tho following described property, to-wlt: Beginning at Heflln's S. W. corner in the Hartford and Llvermore road and running from thence with same 144 feet to a stone; thence N. ICO feet to a stone; thence E. 144 feet to Heflln's line; thence with his lino 100 feet to the beginning, or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to be made. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security Immediately after sale. This 28th day of May, 1915. ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD, 24t3 Master Commissioner. H. P. Taylor, Attorney. Mnster Commissioner's Sale. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. ZUlack & Schaffer Milling Co., Plain tiffs, vs. A. P. and H. B. Bowen, Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and or der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the April term, 1915, in the above cause for the v m of $290.35, with Interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the 2d day of December, 1913, until paid, subject to the following cred its: $25.00 paid January U, 1915. ajid $10:00 paid Jutt29, 1915, "and $13.85 costs herein, I will offer for sale by public auction at the court house door In Hartford, on Monday, the 5th day of July, 1915, about 1 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following Jyescribed property, to-wit: Beginning at a stone N. E. corner of J. M. Fulkerson's tract of land, also N. E. corner of schoolhouse lot of No. 19 district, and on the Hart ford and Paradise -road; running thence W. 160 poles to a white oak, tySst oak and chestnut oak; thence 8. with the McHenry Coal Compa ny's line 50 poles to a stone; thence E. 160 poles to a stone in the Hart ford and Paradise road; thence N. to the beginning, containing 50 acres more or less, excepting out of said boundary, however, the school house lot of No. 1'9 district whereon the public schoolhouse is now stand ing In the N. E. corner of said land, also a lot heretofore conveyed to Oscar A. Bowen adjoining the schoolhouse lot, by a deed of date January 23, 1909, and of record In Deed Book 34, at page 548, Ohio County Court Clerk's office, and a lot heretofore conveyed to William Estill Wllcock in the N. W. corner of said land, by deed of date March 31, 1912, and of record in Deed Book 25, at page 51, Ohio County Court Clerk's office. To each of which deeds reference Is hereby wade for a more particular descrip tion of said lots, or sufficient there of to produce the sums of money or dered to be made. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security immediately after sale. This 28th day of May. 1915. ERNEST E, BIRKHEAD, 24t3 Master Commissioner. Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. " Master Commissioner's Sale. ' Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. C. A. Kelly, Plaintiff, vs. Tiny Spencer, Admrx., Defendant. By virtue of a Judgment and or der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the April term, 1915, in the above cause for tho sum of' $559.07, with Interest at the date of 6 per cent, per annum from The 1st day of March, 1914, until paid, and the further sum of $559.07, with like interest from the 1st day of March. 1914, until paid, $559.07, with like Interest fr,om March 1, 1914, until paid; $559.07, vth like interest from December 2 1913, until paid, and the fur ther sum of $559.07 with Interest at C from. March 1, 1914, and $61.40 costs herein, I will offer for sale by public auction at the court house door In- Hartford, on Monday, the 5th day of July, 1915, about one o'clock p. in., upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following described property, to-wlt: FIRST ITRACT Beginning at a stake In a branch, comer to Nichols and Dunn; thence meandering with the branch South 21 East 3.00 gunter chains South 21 East 5.00 chains, South 12 East 4.20 chains, South 50 EaBt 3.00 chains, South 12 East 3.36 chains. South 34 East 3.00 chains, South 17 West 2.60 .chains. South 64 chains, South 94 West 5.00 South 7 East 3.40 chains, South 789 East 100 chains, South 14 East 5.00 chains. S. 60 -East 4.37 chains, South 31 East 2.00 chains, South 23 East 4.00 chains, South 59 West 2.00 chains, South 9 East 5.00 chains, Poulh 13 West 1.62 chains, South I 20 East 2.00 chains, South 9 1 West 2.00 chains, South 54 East 113 chains, South 6 East 5.81 chains, to a hickory tree, corner to Rico Ford and Mllllgln; thence South 77 East 14.69 chains to a small maple, corner to Arthur Ford; thence North 13 East 55.40 chains to a black gum, corner to J. H, Miller's lino; thence North 76 West 44.35 to the beginning, containing 157 2-5 acres, more or less. SECOND TRACT Situated on north fork of Panther creek, In Ohio county, Kentucky, beginning at a rock In the .East lino of Ellas W. Lyons; thence with his line South 11 East 121 poles, crossing a creek to n sweet gum and sassafras, corner to O. W. Mllllgln In Lyons' line; thence South 84 degrees East 14 poles to a stake and two sweet gums ns pointers, North 24 de grees East 126 poles to a stake In O. P. Miller's line, one polo from his corner on tho North Panther creok; thence with his line North 87 West 37 poles to tho beginning, con talnlng 20 acres, six poles and one rod, moro or less, and being tho same conveyed to C. A. Kelly on March 28, 1910, by A. W. Holder and wife, deed recorded In Deed Book 38, page 216, Ohio County Clerk's office, or sufficient thereof to produce tho sums of money ordered to bo made. The purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security Immediately after sale. This 28th day of May, 1915. ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD, 24t3 Master Commissioner. E. M. Woodward, Attorney. LABOR LEADER IS AMONG THE JBTIflEBS Charles Pcelz Tells How Tanlac " Brought Him Ready Relief. IS SEX AN ACCIDENT IN JIFF1S OF LIFE? Good Many Notions Are Explod ed By Experiments in Breeding. ' T7 $m Reward, $100 CThe tMiui of thla uupr will be XwjMa to I-wrn that there li at least one dreMl OIman that science has been tW to cure In all it stage, anil that Is Catarrh. HlFi Catarrh Cure la the only Mkltlve oure now known to the medical Wnlty. Catarrh twin a constitutional cle, ruulr a constitutional treat. L Half's Catarrh Cure la taken In; ternaHr, acting- directly uton tha blood anj mweeue surface ot the ayatem, there by Ceetnevin- the foundation of tho du aae, and fivlnc the patient atrenirth hv bul4W up tha cojutltutlon and wlMln: aaturcln Join Its work. The proprietors have ao mash faith In Its curative pow- that thsy offer One Hundred tfoiwrs r any m. that it tall to cure. Send or Bet of testimonials. rs: r J CHENET CO., Toledo, O. by sll Uruasisls. TSc. Hall's riunu. Pills fer coasubsuob. et 8 AM For over 2,300 years people have been trying to find out whether the sex of offspring can be artificially controlled in animals. Of late years some successes have been obtained, and, what Is fully as valuable, a good many notions have been ex ploded. Up to date tho question of sex control stands about as follows: The sex of the offspring is not di rectly influenced By the general health or the nu tritive state of the body; Or by tho parent that is the older; Or by tho parent that is the moro vigorous; Or by any exterior characteristic of either parent; Or, in birds,, by any exterior char acter of the egg. A poultryman of my acquaintance claims that eggs that are nearly round usually give pullets, while pointed eggs produce cock birds. I tried his method, and on the first occasion it seemed to be so. But other trials showed that the number of pullets and cocks was independ ent of the shape of tho egg. This" has been the experience of others also. A statement Is credited to a breed er of dairy cows that he will not keep a bull that will not give at least CO per cent of heifer calves. As a matter of fact, the progeny might be over 00 per cent females one year and males predominate the next .year. An authentic case has just come to my notice of a man who was tho seventh consecutive son, and he himself has had seven sons in suc cession. Families where all the children are daughters are also com mon, but none of these cases havo any significance. If you flipped a penny enough times you might be able to get "heads" seven times in succession, but that would not over throw the law of averages. Accord ing to this law you will get heads just half the time and tails the oth er half if you flip a penny long enough. Farm and Fireside. . Louisville, Ky., June 2S. Hero is What Charles Peetz', prominent la bor leader, of 101 West Market street, this city, has to say about Tanlac, the premier preparation, and the benefits he derived from tho use of the medicine : "I hnve been in a half-sick con dition for months. I was all run down, nervous, and had no appetite. My stomach was out of order and my digestion was bad. I often had headaches and was depressed In spirits. 'I find that Tanlac Just exactly suits my case. After using the med icine about a week or ten days, my appetite and digestion aro much better. I now sleep better and feel stronger in every way." Tanlac, the premier preparation, that proved such a boon to Mr. Peetz and hundreds of others In Louisville and Kentucky, Is now be ing taken with the most beneficial results by many of our citizens right here In Hartford. It Is an excellent spring tonic, blood purlfjju: nnd tis sue builder. Tanlac can be obtained in Hart ford nt Ohio County Drug Co., Z. Wilbur Mitchell, Beaver Dam, and L. C. Morton & Son, Centertown. (Advertisement) ooooooooooooooooo O SPECIAL. NOTICE O in regnrd to O OBITUARIES, RESOLUTIONS O OF RESPECT. &c. OOOOOOOOOOOOOO The Hartford Herald has adopted a new rule In regard to Obituaries, Resolutions of Respect, Cards ot Thanks, &c, whether written per sonally or for lodges, churches or Individuals, and that Is, we shall charge at the rate of five cents per line for all such articles, except obit uary' poetry, which will be ono cent per word straight. The amount, In cash or stamps, must accompany each article, or It will not be printed. Six words average a lino in ordi nary reading and every separate character or Initial letter counts as a word. The heading and tho sig nature both count one line each, even if they are only a word or two. All obituary poetry, straight through, one cent per word. This ruling applies to everybody alike, without any distinction. Contributors please remember. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought &C&U Bears the Signature of A regular morning operation of the bowels puts you in flno shape for tho day's work. If you miss it you feel 'uncomfortable and cannot put vim into your movements. For all bowel Irregularities, Jlerblne is the remedy. It purines, strengthens and regulates. Price GOc, Sold by Z. Wilbur Mitchell. Beaver Dam, Ky. m Advertisement. Clinnges In Coins. Only once In twenty-five years can the Secretary of the Treasury, Without the sanction of Congress, change the design of any coin. Pres ident Wilson's Secretary of the Treasury will have an opportunity to change the dime, quarter and half dollar, because In 1915 the present designs will have been In circulation for a quarter century. Some of the treasury officials now In office are In favor of changing them on tho ground that they are I inartistic. IMG CLUBBING OFFER. Below we submit the greatest clubbing offer wo have ever made in connection with The Herald: Hint ford Hern Id 1 year $1.00 llojv Mtipizlue, monthly 1.00 CJn. Weekly Enquirer 1 yr, , . 1.00 To-Day's Magazine, mo 5n Farm & Fireside, seml-mo no Household Journal 23 Total ,....$!.! We will send the whole bunch, one year each, to any address for only 1.03, Did you ever hear of the like? Subscribe NOW. Address The Herald. Hartford, Ky. if Subscribe for The Herald. 1 a year, Subscribe for Tho Ilurtnml Herald. For classy Job printing The Herald Subscribe for The lluwotti liepMid. For classy Job printing The Herald For classy Job printing The Herald COUNTRY' WOMEN' SHOULD NOT APE C1TV WOMEN In the July Woman's Home Com panion Frank. A. Waugh writes a very Interesting nrticle on "Tho Country Woman's Opportunities." Among other things ho urges coun try women to Invite their friends to eat with them whatever they happen to have, without the fuss and worry of special preparation. On this sub Ject he says in part: "I shall be sorry to seo the day when the country woman thinks she must give a guest grapefruit ,wltu scalloped edges, and salads made af ter an embroidery pattern. Pota toes, bollod with their Jackets on, and enten with salt and butter, a slice of ham from your own smoke- r ,Tak a WKR .Take aKVJ v Tonight If wttTaet m a UxarivfTbTih i"- J nwntof Jams H. Williams. house, a jar of last summer's pre serves, a loaf of homemado bread nnd a pitcher of milk form a meal that any country woman can offer a guest, with a minimum of labor and a mnxlmum of pleasure for the guest. Don't let us superimpose city fashions upon tho country table." OUR FLAG 1JJH YEARS OLD MORE AGED THAN ANV The Star-Spangle.l Tanner Is many years older tlnn the Has; of nny of the nations now at war. To day this beauteous trl-color which was designed under the direction of tho Father of His Country, assumes two of tho virtues of the great Washington First In Peaco and First in the Hearts of all Americans. Tho ono hundred nnd thirty eighth birthday of the flag comes when the nation is passing through ono of the crises ot Its life. It Is a time which reveals all of tho more than 100,000,000 Americans united as ono man for the defense and pro tection of the honor of the sacred emblem. Next Monday will be no ordinary birthday celebration. Every true American will celebrate the day as It ought to be celebrated, by dis playing on coat lapel, from window nnd from housetop the glorious ban ner of a free and peace-loving peo ple, united nnd unafraid. New York Herald. A Handicap. An old gentleman who has lived more than eighty years, walked re cently from Hubbardston to Carson City. When he arrived at Carson City an acquaintance Jgreeted him warmly i "You walked all the way?" the friend exclaimed. "How did you get along?" "Oh, first rate," the old man re plied. "That Is until I came to that sign south of town that says to slow down to eight miles an hour. That kept me back some." s1fcvwvcc lxxxxxvxNcccc Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, anil which has heen in uso for over 30 years, has homo tho signature of and lias hcon inndo under his pcr- rfl- V7! , Bonal supervision sinco Its infancy. 4ccK Allow no ono to dccclvo you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd"Just-as-rood"nro hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR I A Castorla Is a harmless suhstituto for Castor Oil, Pare gorlc, Drops and Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fovcrlshuess. It cures Diarrhoea nnd "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 6&wi The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. . THCCCNTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STRCCT. NCW YORK CITY. A Good Household Halve. Ordinary ailments and lnjurleo nrp not of themselves serious, but infection or low vltnl'ty may make them dangerous. Don't neglect a cut, sore, bruise or hurt because it's small. Blood poison lms resulted from a pin-prick or scratch. 1'or nil such ailments Bucklen's Arnica Salve is excellent. It protects and heals the hurt; Is antiseptic, kilta Infection and prevents dangerous Tuiiplleatlon. Oood for all skin blemishes, pimples, salt rheum, ec zema. Get an original 2-ounce 25c box from your druggist. m (Advertisement) Fine ITVTo-n -n -nr t-n -fra.! 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