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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 10; 1916. s IS No. 36 " - -e a nnd clearly pointed tho way for much dend Mexicans wero wounded near CHAUTAUQUA IS hotter soils, crops, stocks and fruits ASH STANLEY TO BERLIN WILLING tho army camp. ( VILLA BANDITS land who have Inspired us to greater camo over Villa's men apparently atalnments In agricultural pursuits. tho lino at tlila point, and the CaGREAT SUCCESS 2nd. Thnt wo appreciate and recog TO FOLLOW LAW STAND BY THEM goldlcrs wgro reported to have rman SLAY , nize Miss Sweeney, as an able teacher Joined llirtn, deploying In open ord-of Domestic Science which we recer. Villa fcent them up a deep ditch runnlnft'up from thohord'T and par- BERNBTORFF SAYS GERMANY-WIL- FARMERS MEETING AT DEAVER ommend being taught In our graded MINERS OF WESTERN KENTUCKY" HIDE INTO TOWN fiOO STRONG alleling tho road skirting tho United schools and as a splendid suggestor ' DAM KOTII INTERESTING MODIFY IF ALLIES MEET OBSTACLES IN THE SHOOT, KIIjIj AND for much needed home conveniences Slates army cump, tho custom house AND INSTRUCTIVE LEGISLATURE. . WILL DO SO. MKHUY. which we hope will bo placed in each mid tho railroad station. home at the earliest possible time. Tho fight liegnn horc In town and 3d. That we heartily' thank the tiainma II.a rnmlllnii .! A T. Yltrrrra officer, nnd that of L. Jager, station PRESENTS MEMORANDUM TWO HUNDRED ATTEND ladies for,tho good music, songs and CONVENE AT LOUISVILLE 'REACHED CRISIS NOW reclatlona which we have enjoyed, accnt oi mo El i'aso a tsouinern rau- and road, wero In tho midst of It, but no 4th. . That we hereby acknowledge Senator Leach Says Operators fav M Setting Forth German Position And mcr ot ellllcr wns , Adopt Resolution TliAhkirig Jno- - H. V. 8. Troopers Killed In flattie With the kindness of Mr. Jno. H. Barnes Hopes Americans Will Ap Control Bearer Dam Mea - ""' " """ """" """ "" " Ilnrncs and Endorsing Work of AiiuflmiiB HuiikcU JUcxIcnnN for the use of his commodious opera ' predate Position. on Committee. mo nana. Demonstrator Browder. And Bodies Burned. house during this session, and api Five Soldiers Killed. preciate the interest he has taken in El Paso, Tex., March 9. Five behalf of the farmers ot this comLouisville, Ky., MaTrch 8. The miWashington, March 8. Germany Columbus, N. M March 9. Flvo American soldiers were killed In the Beaver Dam, Ky., March 3. Tho munity. Mex today ners of Western Kentucky, In conmade a further explanation to Ohio County Farmers Chautauqua ..Respectfully submitted, Villa bandits attacked this battlo at Columbus, N. M., with hundred messago vention here, this afternoon decided the United States of the position it held here yesterday was one of the point at-- 4:30 this morning, filled a ican banditti according to a W. A. CASEBIER, general has to call on Governor Stanley to aid taken In regard to armed mer- most interesting and in many respects S. L. STEVENS, of civilians, men und women, received early today nt tho number Southwest- chant vessels of the Entente Allies. them In getting through the Leglsla P. T. WILLIS, and held possession of tho town for olllces of Hie El Paso and tho most beneficial, that ever conventure two bills In which they are esCount von Bcrnstorff handed Sec- ed in this section. The 200 farmers nn hour ami a half. Driven off by ern railroad In El Paso. Committee.' pecially Interested. Tho pumper for tho railroad at CO- - retary Lansing a formal memoran- who attended seemed to- - take great This decision tlirco troops of tho Thirteenth CavResolutions adopted as submitted wft8 wounded and his wife, dum which, after reviewing the interest in all tho proceedings, and in addition, the following resolution was reached after the miners had nlry, they relrcalod at C o'clock, slated. heard of the difficulties ot getting M"c ll' rn events leading up to Germany's re- the promoters of this work were well was offered: ing part of tho town In names. legislation beneficial to miners' Tho bandits attacked the town cent decision to treat armed mer- pleased. A largo number ot Mexicans wero1 Whereas, we feel that the farmers through the present Legislature. shortly after midnight, according to chant ships as auxiliary cruisers, The meeting was called to order of 0hlo county, Kentucky, have been f killed. Their bodies dotted Btrects ,,d 8ot flr to ronany conceded that existing international by .President W. E. Travis at 10:00 greatly benefited by and through the' Senator J. A. Leach, of Ohio counwhere thoy hud been posted picking railroad mclnl8 American soldiers law does not regulate the use of sub- - a. m., Thursday, March 2d. After a tfnowledee and work of our county i ty, said the operators had such a off Americans as thoy emerged poll- - lwlMI"K". them and tho battlo followed. marines, indicated a willingness 10 ;Bnor taik by Mr Travis, Miss M. E. ' agentt w, w. Browder, and believing grip on the Legislature that it was out of dwellings and hotels., "I mell Impossible to make any progress fragmentary details came to conduct undersea warfare in accord-- 1 Sweeney made a-- , forty-five minute that wnen the farmers as a class are .There appeared to bo no wounded.' with legislation favored by the Paso of the fighting. ance with the law prevailing at the talk on "Home Management." She benefited the whole county is guests wore burned to death , Several miners. before daylight a long distance war providing Great 'dwelt very forcibly upon the need of flted therefore be it of the In tho Central Hotel, jhlc1i was one W. O. Smith, an international ortelephone messago to the M Paso po- - Britain and her allies would regard Domestic Science in our public school. of tho first buildings Urcd by Villa's Resolved, that we hereby petition ganizer, said the miners are weary . Hco from Doming said the 'bandits exprcaaeu me same laws, aim From 11:15 t0 11:45, Mr. M. U. to nav of seeing the Legislature legislate In attacked the depot at Columbus hope that the people of the United Hughes spoke on the "Use, Growth fhn nhln Cniintr FIsnal Court Mexican bandits standing otsldeN' the entire sum of $600 necessary to the Interests of canary birds, blackw ire that.Unlted States soldiers g States, remembering the tho flaming building shot down A. ami and Benefit of Crimson Clover," after 8ecure the services ot the said county off with machine gun friendship relations between the which the President appointed the agent for the year 1916, out of the birds and cattle, forgetting legislaRitchie, proprietor of the hotel, "eating them L. tion In the Interest of human beflre- I the following committee on resolutions: COunty levy. two nations would appreciate , I nnd W. R. Walker, a guest, ns they ings. I a telephone message came German position. attempted a dash out of the door. W. A. Casebler, S. L. Stevens, Dr. P. i Resolutions adopted without a Reference was made to the weighup from Conductor Lumley, of an ex tra was submitted' T. (WUlls. Noon. Both were dead when picked dissenting vojee and at this time ing bill and the guard bills which the freight train on tho El Paso & South- -' to The memorandum shortly 11 after ltd President Wilson At l:00p. m. Mr. Elliot gave there were by actual count 125 mem- - miners are advocating, and the astern railroad, who telephoned to receipt. store.' C. Miller, owner of a drug It will be considered, to- qulte an Instructive talk on "Growth, bers present. sertion was made that Gov. Stanley .o genera superintendent hat he gether was shot us ho tried tb enter tho door with other documents from Culture and Use of Apples," which At 1:15 Mr. M. O. Hughes spoke could use his Influence to put these Columbus and 8''- - ml es c8' struc- rs the German Government, In deter was followed by questions from the for one hour on "Farming as a of tho Hoover Hotel, nn abode bills through. afraid to take the train into the town Ure. whoso mud walls protected a because of tho fighting He reported mining what shall be the next step and answers. by Mr. Elliot, lness," and "Diversity of Crops on Smith asked for a resolution calland cllll. In the submarine At 1:45 Miss M. E. Sweeney talked the Farm." At 2:20 reading by Miss ing score ot' the Governor to aid the miners la ha, 1 at opp dhU ot the United States o remained In the rooms. negotiations. There was every Indi for 30 minutes on the "Needs ot the Geneva Taylor. At 2:25 W. W. theirefforts to secure this legislation, dren who ro,n wlth Balers h" J dcc,a,r sure- "f cation that the Administration would, Housewife on the Farm," and tried Browder spoke for thirty minutes on Mr. Smith recalled the fact that when while a howling mqb of bandits "6 be In no hurry to announce a stand torshow and explain to the farmers "Organization 'and Self-Helcd through tho surrounding streets, tor the Mr. Stanley was In Congress he oftea TJiey first attacked tho. camp of 'f T, n they wero In as to the new policy ot thq Central how-eas- y it would be and with how Farmer." This was followed by expressed wllllngncs's to come 'to Ken-- 4 The sold loro European Powers, or to pass finally little expense to place many conven- - short talks by Messrs. Henry Plrtle, tucky to help any miner. Mr. Smith tho Thirteenth Cavalry. ThoVamp r rrlii(orconiontB. upon Germany's latest proposal for lences In their homes for their A. M. Smith and others, after which said ho now had an opportunity to Itself suffered little, but n number A. Danlcy. cMcf clerk, ordered tho ,,,... ra i.ii.,r. wpr killed and a settlement of the Lusltanla case. wives. She said the average flftyacre Mr. S. L. Stevens announced that the help thousands of Kentucky miners. - conductor to cut the train In two and ,.. 11I1U II Echoes of President Wilson's vlc- - farmer has $585 worth of labor- - A. S. of E. would meet at Hartford WOUIUIUIl, "iimuvi u. J. R. Jarvls, George Baker and proceed on thq locomotive to Colum tory In the fight to end agitation In saving machinery on the farm, while on Friday and Saturday, March 10th Wes Ames were named on the comhorses ridden off by tho Mexicans bus,' or aa near as he could without Congress over the armed ship ques his wife had a sewing machine. 2:15 and 11th ns they ilcd back toward Mexico altAdjourned. mittee to draft the resolution. endangering hlmsolf and crew, to on both sides er daylight. tlon was heard y One Is a Democrat, one a Repubfurther facts. The train crew ot the capltol. In the Senate, Sena- vocal goto by Mrs. W. C. Frank, readMr. and Mrs. Milton James nnd J. SOCD7.TY GAMBLING ing by Mrs. W. E. Travis. 2:30 to lican and one a Socialist. . Foreign 3:20, Mr. E. S. Good, spoke on "FeedDean, merchant, wero later added to The bills favored by the miners r. ado tor Stone, chairman of the " ! tho list of Americans killed. Night Riding' 'and Princeton Lynh-ln- g are Senate bills 76, 94 and 114. One - Relations Committee, made a state- ing Beef Cattle by the Most ImprovOcn. J. J. Perah .Inir. received Jnment, after a conference with the ed M thods." The sum and subThe attack was a complete surprise, provides that the ' coal operators Party Referred to ' formation that Mexican bandits Villa deceiving all tho authorities by President, announcing that because stance of his talk was that the real shall report to the State Commis" nifilt ral1: ntItncked " might pay In fattening beef cattle was in dlspatchlng a telegram to Ilaehttn. In Princeton, Ky., March 7. The sioner of Mines each month the quanburned of the chance that his remarks Pot " be mlconstrued abroad, he would not the manure for fertilizing purposes. largest crowd ever assembled on the tity of coal they have mined and the N. last night, saying that ho was depot and coal shutes. and when at tie Nocule. ranch In thlhnuhua. "red upon by American soldiers , ad make a speech he had prepared for At 3:20 Mr. M. O. Hughes spoke for opening day of circuit court in this amount paid the miners. The other delivery He referred to 45 minutes on "Fattening Cattle and county greeted Judge Carl Henderson ' bills provide for safety appliances. near the border, at least forty-fou- r Lieut. Sha the fire ni- l- from here. This telegram as returned inclined to doubt that. the the difficulties 1y which the Execu- "Drainage." As to fattening cattle I nf Mnrlnn whn ... thn ... . tlmfi nlncn I. - The most Important work of yesMWW, .,w fnr v.w first .. rger wa. ostensibly by the American that he agreed almost verbatim with Mr. his election last November is holding terday's meeting was the. selection besot, and declared re- - tive was troops were in need of Wilson's supreme vlsh was Good. On drainage, he, told us that court here. Judge Henderson's in- of a Wage Scale Committee to conretaker of the ranch, and stated American and thought the two President calamity of war. Villa personally was at the tnforcements. tbat the land of Ohio county war very structions to the grand jury called fer, at some later date, with tho coal to Conductor to avoid the uoldlers who talked On tho House side several members much undervalued; that It was as special attention to all kinds of gam- operators to agree upon a, wage scale unduly excited There thoU Lumley wc while, however, the Mex- to extend In the record good land as he had seen sell In the ing, especially society gambling, for the coming year. The commit Ml nt (Th rteenth Cav- - asked leave f11 lean bandit leader was making his their remarks of yesterday, on the State of Ohio for from $100 to $300 where women play for valuable prizes tee selected consists of the four ofColumbus under command . .1 .! from Bosques Crandes ranch, nlry) .at tabling of tho McLemore armed ship per acre, m-- - umcicuco l.l J 1.J 41. ... uciug It... iuab.mi curu imrues, uuu uiucu iuau un ficers ot the association Robert PolCol. Slocum. The regiment has ot twenty-ftv- e miles southwest about resolution and Minority Leader Mann we must get the water out of our jury make a through investigation. lock, president; H. H. Vincent, sec. machine guns. took occasion to suggest that some land: 4:00 p. m., adjourned to meet "Night riding" also was scored by retary; W. W. Duncan, vice presi' Lieut. Shalienberger said plenty A Mexican scout gave an IntlJudge Henderson. He declared that dent, and George Baker, Internationnnss had voted on both sides of the ques- at 10:00 a. m. Friday, March 3rd. nvnflhi '' tion on the last ballots so they could matlon oMhls. .Ho reported late Friday, March 3d, 10:00 a. m., Mr; the conditions In Caldwell would In al board member.and John T. Maine, IU UV l I.VVUVU. explain their positions to constitu- Elliot In a one hour's talk on 'Insect the near future be similar to those ot Beaver Dam; Richard Baker, of Ia3t night that he saw two parlies Serious Aspect. ents on cither side. Representative and Fungus Pests of the Fruits," existing in Mexico unless the grand Beaver Dam; W. C. Hopgood, ot Henmen moving eastward from of Villa's Washington, March 9. First re- Fess, ot Ohio, began a reply, but Mr. Bosquo Grand es ranch toward Pdlo-mn- s, went into a very minute and scienti- juries ferreted out the lawmakers derson; John Render, of Graham, outpost, ports of the Mixlcan raid on Colum- Mann shut off further argument by fic explanation of all these pests, tell- and those guilty were convicted. and Wes Ames, of Dekoven. As soon, nn abandoned Carrauza six miles diroctlylsouth below' here. bus, N. M., were rccolved at the White a point of order, ing how they worked on the trees were reminded ot and as the New York conference is conThe jurors Vllson was From both tho White House and and how to get rid of them. He said Instructed to make an Investigation cluded the committee will nsk for a Col. H. J. Slocum, commanding "o IloufiO while PresMent conference with New-o- the State Department there came to Thirteenth cavalry, has heavy patrols having his first make ap orchard pay It ought to of tho mob that took from the county conference with the mine operators. and two troops of cavalry at Qlb- - ton D. Baker, the new Secretary of during the day emphatic denials ot a have three sprayings during the sea jail last year a negro and hanged him. It, Is hoped that this conference may War. OIllcialB admitted that tho raid rumor that tho Administration ltse.lt son. 11:00 a. va., Mr. A. S. Good The jailer ot the county and tho po- - ( tako place the last of this week or the son's ranch, fifteen miles west customs guards at tho put a very serious aspect on tho Mex- Intended to warn American citizens entertained us for 50 minutes upon llcemen of Princeton were also first of next wee,k. Carranza oft armed ships. At the State De- "Scientific Methods of Feeding Hogs" scored In this connection. border gates three miles south of ican situation. TWO MEN KILLED IN AVhllo the policy of tho adminis partment It was explained that it was nsertlng that experiments showed Columbus, Und dug a few rlflo pits FIGHT WITH WHALE for tho fifty Carrniua aoldlors, who tration so fur has been to look to the for the citizens themselves who took that hogs must be fed a balanced ra- CHURCH TO GIVE AWAY when Villa appeared in Carranza forces to deal with tho passage on armed ships not entering tion, and not corn altogether. Noon. fled Plonms 1,(500 LOAVES OF BREAD New Bedford, Mass., March 5. bandits, somo omciais ueciareu 10- - American waters to determine wheththo vicinity several days ago. 1:,00 p. m., Committee on resoluTwo men ot the whaling bark Alice Gastlcman, officer of day that It was' u grave question er they were boarding vessels armed tions reported as follows: Lleutenunt Chicago, March 4. Ono thousand Knowles, of this city, were killed la defensively or offensively and the tho day, turned out all tho. men re- - whothor such a raid aB that on We, jyour committee on resolu-tlon- s, loaves ot bread will bo gl von, away at an encountor with a whale off the In tho camp. Shrieking bat- - lumbua was not sufficient evidence of nrtturo of the lustructlous under beg to submit the following the services ot Immanuel Baptist coast of Africa, according to advices - tho Inability of tho Carranza govern- which ship captains W'ould act In the tie cries, tho Mexicans in overwhelmreport: as part ot an rqcelved here today. church here ing numbers, rushed 'savagely into rnont to deal with tho situation, to presence ot a submarine. An offenWherea3, tho members of adyertlslng campaign to attract peo1st. A private dispatch from St. Helewarrant sondlug Amorlcan troops sively armed ship which enters Amerthe town north of tho railroad tracks, this club and the farmers In general ple to the church, the Rev Johnstone na says that the bark has put Into, ican waters, it was said, would be reA courier was sent to Mujqr Llmlsloy over tho lino, county are much in Myers, the pastor, announced that Island to recruit ship, having The raid started a new agitation garded as a war vessel and would throughout this nt Gibbons ranch, fifteen miles cast, need ot information concerning soils, Dr. Myers said tho following blblcal lost the mate, Antonio T. Plna, and a bring up tho troops posted there. In Congr.ess, where thoso who. have ' not be allowed to remain more than crops, stocks and fruits; to quotation will be printed on a label sailor. Fldlly Cecelia. hours. In foreign waTho first volley of rifles volco all tho opposed the administration's Mexican twenty-fou- r 2nd, Whereas, the health, happi- attached to each: - ters, however, It Is no concern ot this The men were in a small boat purPolicy oponiy cnargeu uiai mo aitownspeople ness and comfort ot our homes de"Jesus said unto them I am the suing a whale that had been harpoonseen by tack yras proof of their ropeatod Government how ships are armed. Vllla la said to havo been pend so much upcn knowledge of bread ot lite; he that cometh unto ed, when tho quarry turned and atBovcrul Americans directing bis raonr declaration that tho Carranza gov-H- o domestic science and the Installation mo shall never hunger." tacked them. The mate and Cecelia cast to eminent was unable to deal with cut tho telegraph wires ' To My Customers, of homo conveniences; were crushed by a blow from the fulfljimont of their El Pasb to prevent any call for Am- - the situation and a Your Chance To Bur Groceries. 3d. Whereas, good music and reHaving formed' a partnership with whale's flukes. Other men In the erican troops stationed there. Tho predictions that another outrage like Other business interests requiring sea, but R. L. Altord, for the conduct ot the citations so throughly quality the telephones also wont out ot comnits- - tho recent Oust massacre, In which grocery business, It becomes impera- mind for the reception of needed my attention, I am offering my en-ti- boat hero hurled Into the wore rescued by the crew ot another slxtepn or more Americans wero klll- Btolu stock ot groceries to the public boat. J." J. Moore, a merchant on a ranch ed by Villa bandits when th'ey held tive that all outstanding accounts be Ideas and solid facts, and 4th. Whereas, wo so much need- at actual cost. Sale now In full lup a train, was only a question of settled at once, therefore In order one mile west, was killed. For Sale. to clean up the books, I urgently re- ed a suitable pjice In 'which to hold swing and it you tall to drop In and a riiiiuffmir driving an automobllo time. Chautauqua, there- take advantage ot this opportunity Five horse power Stlckney Gasoline quest that you, who know yourselves thla nn rci Pnftn license, name un-- I roith you are punishing your pocket book. Engine, good as new. Highest grade to be Indebted to me call and settle fore be It Itod Top. knowu, was killed and body burned, engine made. Will sell cheap. Resolved, 1st, that we are under Everything , goes tor cash, The beat grade of Red Top Seed not later than March 1st. nnlonel Slocum announced that D, O. YOUNO, U, S. CARSON, deep and lasting obligations to the Yours respectfully) four American soldiers had been kill- - on, the market. Beaver Dam, Ky, 35t4 speakers who have so ably Hartford Ky. talented E. D. (PUP) THOMAS. W. B- - ELLIS ft BRO. tu.. Fourteen ed and seven wounded. -- AlEKICANS LOOT-WITHOU- , r hu u; ' -- Ichv-.'nV"- B I Jt "' bene-outbre- ak -- ju, long-existin- Iter a Bus-farme- "" i.. ,..,. "l " annd ", '"?.!, to-da- l0Z0' len-slgu- , W I I f A.-- 1 .l ftt-v- ut to-da- y. J ro mld-wlnt- er , ! i - I f. u. , TI HOW ONE FEELS THERE IS AND -. x vmm" & ENTERING BATTLE VK11V LITTLE TALKING VOICES SOUND STRANGE. CHARGING . A TRENCH Tlio Roar of Cannon Ceases, n Death' Like Still, and Men Go Mad With Excitement. (By William T. Martin.) Thero is something sinister in the incessant rumbling and clinking as tho endless lino of overladen vehicles bear into town. Tho train rolls In over the sloppy road from the horizon In the rear. Passing through the vlllago the consuming rattle of chains and the weighted, drawn out creak of heavy wheels stifle the ."i Li; w ?!' 11 f i , 1 i chine of imagination. It pounds on the ears, eyes, face; everything shoots through the head speculation to relieve common thought somehow and the writing of and benumbs the senses. The solmany letters. The last malls have diers standing around awaiting orders feel a sort of elation, a mighty been big ones. sense of protection, as the roar of Close to tho trenches in the last the guns continues. wreck of a town before the wilderEvening comes on and the bomness of utter devastation, the first bardment goes on. The Germans reline of men quartered here while off try to exterminate - duty also feel the 'strain. Here it ply to the fire and the men in the first trenches, knowIn the ing seems to embrace everything. that hundreds are gathered there air there is something that Is not ready to spring out at the finish of dust, for it has rained for many days, the bombardment. Come orders for but that seeks to strangle with its more men to fill the places of those heaviness. It Is the result of the splattered out of existence. heavy bombarding of the last few The road now as far back as the days. eye can reach Is packed with troops The sun through the yellow haze Is on the march up. There are wagons RUNS RIOT sinking blood red. It has been thus of every description, lumbering mo- WASTE for four days past. Sometimes a sol- tor trucks Jog by, staff cars filled with IN OLD ENGLAND dier reels across the road, unsteady officers rush past, motorcycles and with vin rouge, which thing is a rarl-it- y the iron wheeled ammunition transeven among the soldiers. ports rushing up more shells to tho About a half mile to the right batteries skid along behind long through tho forest of blackened teams of panting mad steeds dashing WORKING CLASSES SPEND MON- EV WITH NO THOUGHT OF stumps and torn earth run the along with the fury of DELUGE TO COME. trenches. Fighting has been terriTo prevent the supplies from reachble here for five months back. In the ing their destinations German gunn tho destroyer and the submarine. last attack hardly more than a week now spout death over every part ot was radical This recommendation ago a thousand soldiers were wiped the road. The Americans by thju London, March 4. Everywhere in that the Emperor referred it to the away while trying to take the crest cars crouch low as shells burst about England and perhaps most in the head of tho Navy Bureau. The reof a little hill now vagely seen from them. 2n turn they answer calls, great manufacturing centers, you aro sult was the retirement from sea serthe road at the end of the village. that beg'n to come in, picking up struck by tho evidence of the abound' vice of the Admiral that had advocatSince then the Germans have been wounde.1 hero and there and rush'ug ing prosperity of all classes. ed the scrapping of tho battleship. bombarding the first line. They are back to the dressing station. The Everybody is making money, and yet clung to the maxim of may feet goundou from the trenches have not the prosperity has permeated even to Germany tearing yawning holes "ultimate service." across with mines, wiping trenches yet been brought down. Th fire Is classes where one would scarcely ex"If, at that time, the German Emout of existence and all in them. too hot. pect to find It. peror bad taken the advice of that tWhen the mines explode the town Night comes on and still the bomThat this abounding prosperity Is officer, and If, at the stakes as though in terror. The men bardment continues. Th. ns bui! merely temporary and that very hard beginning naval war, Germany had of this say that at present it is a land of lenl os it began ft stops. A otray times are to come when tho war is gnashing teeth and the strain Is al- - . iiiiuini, report here and there fol- over Is, of course, apparent to every been able to have In service twelve battle-cruiseinstead of six, there jnost too great to bear. lowed by the muffled explosions of thinking person, but it Is very diff- would now be charitable organizaSo occasionally, almost periodically the shells bursting on the hill and icult, not to say Impossible, to con- tions and committees on "the pend'they Bee drag into town from for a few breathless seconds there Is vince those who aro enjoying it that ing of food to the starring people of the road that leads down from the no sound. One catches one's breath It Is at once factitious and evanescent, Great Britain. trenches at the far end of the street from trying to listen. and that the day of reckoning can "Before the developement of the something like a man struggling and Then through 'the heavy, choking not be indefinitely postponed. could bo submarine the battle-cruiswith eyes wide and foaming at the air comes a new blast of sound.sharp Warnings, however, are not lack- blockaded by battle ships, or preventmouth, saying wild things. countless reports of bursting gren- ing either in the dally press or in tho ed from regaining Its base, of supply The soldlers'in the town are gath- ades and a din as of thousands of magazines, but they make little Im- to refuel and refit. The ered along tho side of the road still ticktacks. German rifles and scores pression on the masses of workers effectiveness of tho submarine of lined with occasional houses. They of machine guns wither away the who aro now in receipt of incomes twenty knots surface speed that has pass tho minutes making little to- French ranks as the crack men of the such as they had never dared to now appeared, makes- this use of kens, souverlrs for cherished ones Iron division spring from the first dream of. battleships extremely hazardous, it thack home. There is but little talk- line and with the bayonets fixed on The reckless manner In which tho not entirely impossible. money is spent on all kinds of luxing and when some one speaks his their rifles charge across. 'Tho submarine can project tho voice sounds strange. There are oth- The distance Is interminably long, uries by practically .all classes In Eng- fortifications of the baso far out to er times when In tho face of almost seventy yards perhaps, and it seems land, Is a constant sourco of astonish- aea. The battle-cruisreaches the .certain deatli these men are merry ns though it can never bo covered ment to neutral travelers arriving high sea and returns to tho baso at .sind Joke on tholr way to It. It Is the Tjloy tai in heaps, while those behind here, who have seen how tho people high speed, guarded enroute, by subJnfernal thinking, they say. Some- - stumble on and also fall. Their of Germany aro denying themselves marines. Would the enemy endeavor a shell whistles over and breaks torted and yet expressionless faces everything. It Is enough to mention to intercept, oven with Its superiority Into the stroet. Then generally the aro i,orrlblo to Bee In the greenish as proof of this that during tho first in battleships? brancardlers rush out of an ambul-- 1 gjare 0r the score of rockets. These six months of last' year tho money "This Is the real naval lesson of nnce post and picking up something aro tll0 men rrom parjs ami Lorraine, spent by tho peoplo of Great Drltlan tho war. Wo must realize that the in the road take It back with them tne best soldlers in Franco, doctors, on wine and alcoholic liquor exceed- battleships of tho dreadnought typo In a few minutes tho soldlers forget iaWyers, school teachers, ed by $40,000,000 tho amount spent aro gone relegated to tho past by about It. The French artillery again opens during the same period of 1914. tho tremendous forco of tho combined wagon train pours into up. It Is mostly the .75 guns now, Tho editor of "The Economist" powers of submarine and battle-cru- i i The long this town also. Here It stops and because accurate range Is Imperative, sounds a strong warning to the prop- sers.' Tho drivers in efforts to finish tho men at tho rietors of largo landed estates who, itho stuff Is unloaded. jthen drive tholr teams back to safety machine guns In tho German trenches he foresees, will bo ruined by tho ..once more. If they aro iorceu 10 shooting from tne oauenes ai icasi Bcoro while their old and perhaps faFOR FLETCHER'S :remaln hero it would bo different, a mile back must be good. There aro mous mansions will bo bought up by perhaps, but tho drivers aro glad to only a few feet to Bpare now, for tho ambitious Americans and other neuvget back again and loso little time in French are lu the barbed wire beforo trals who havo mado money by tho their work. Tomorrow they return, the German trenches, already scatter- way, and tholr patntlngs, carved oak MOTHER WHO KILLED SON ENDS OWN LIFE panels, and ancient fireplaces will bo ed by tho previous fire. but that Is another day. Tho German artillery also opens up scattered. of Suddenly come a number Auburn, 'N. Y., March 4. Edith England after tho war, ho says, along tho and the soldlers face a wall of flro as bodied ambulances town one by they advance. They fall like leaves. will see a repetition of tho years K. Molber, who was serving a senstreet. They purr Into one and pull up at tho right hand It seems certain death; but they still which followed after tho long Napole tence of twenty years for the murder son, George Mer-be- r, ,slde of tho road near a strlug of low advanco, their faces bespattered with onic wars during the beginning of of her by forcing poison down the follows and last century and the landed propriethrough some freak of the torn remains of tUelr ; buildings tors can not hope for any Corn Laws child's throat and leaving tho body .chanco left tutact by the shells that their gaping throats full of it. "Dirty cows and swine!" they call to be passed for their benefit as then In a swamp on tho outskirts of Altholr way Into town dally. batter de- while it Is more than likely that bany, January G, 1911, committed The cars aro drawn up with Inter-va- ls out in front. They also yell with In In for Women betweeu them In case of sudden lirium, for they are insane. They are Tlnvd flnnvtrA nT nrm whn fnllnWfl ..,,... n.lll inv I.N.1 fm all If suicide Auburn Prison quarrelthis morning. Mrs. Melbor finding their way through tho spaces 1.1.. bombardment. ' ed with another inmate yesterday and Soon there Is a line of a dozen am- - of barbed wire. Always they fill up Is worth. rs rs rs rs over-exertio- n. far-seeirs er er dls-tlm- es J I senses. Tho soldiers passing along the road, sitting at windows or standing in doorways foel an ominous tenseness in the monotony of it and the murky, choking atmosphere sinks deep in the chest and suffocates with a feeling of an impending crash. For the last four days the long line of wagons passing up to the trenches with supplies has been doubled and the soldiers say there will be an attack. The younger of tho reserves of the famous Iron Division in the town six miles back would rathor face it at once. The hard strain is printed on their faces. Among the thousands there is a little bulancos and more arc coming. Tho drivers stop their motors as they arrive and keep their seats, prepared Most of them are for emergency. amerlcans. At their base In the rear a short tlmo ago word was received from tho medical division to be ready for an attack. The soldiers seeing the ambulances now know tho tlmo has arrived. And then It breaks. Somewhere near by theo Is a deafening explosion. It makes some of .the men crouch for an Instant with the thought of an exploadlng shell at close quarters. There are threo quick repetitions and a French seventy-fiv- e battery concealed on tho other side of tho houses begins to shoot death at tho Germans In their trenches over the hill. Its sound Is immediately lost In the roar that now bursts upon their ears, and it seems as though the drums must break. The world itself seems to be break'lng apart. It Is a fearsome din. The surrounding hills roar and resound with the crash of mighty guns and the sky of tho gathering night Is filled with the continuous flashes. Guns of every kind now shoot death from every corner, the fields around the town are full of them, It seems. The place shakes. Over on the hill the shells break with a glare of flashes. It Is strange that men can live there In the midst of the clashes and the thousands of mangling grenades tossed from from behind. Nobody knows exactly what he is doing. Word suddenly DREADNAUGHT NO spreads around that the trench has been taken. Thero LONGER. FAVORED Is some excited talk among the soldiers and words of cheer are heard hero and there in tho dressing stations among the wounded. Tho bom- RELEGATED TO THE SCRAP HEAP bardment has ceased and everything SAYS U. 8. NAVAL is quiet as though from dead exhausOFFICER. tion except an occasional report of an exploding grenade or the sharp pop of a rifle. Tlip Court of Last Resort. Around tho stove of tho cross roads grocery Is the real court of last reall othsort, for It finally over-rule- s ers. 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"It seems to me," ho said as he gazed down on the old wreck that stood at tho head of "the table, "that the United States ought to furnish tho president with a better chair Htn.-"hnu iijkpted. By an amendment both Anderson Counties were added to District. An unsucthe Twenty-fircessful effort to have Carroll County taken from this district was made by Senator Speer who said that under tho arrangement tho borders of this district extended to tho Ohio River apd up Salt River, a distance of 100 and-Carro- ll st adopted 'put Edmonson County in tho Nineteenth Distrlct.Butler in the Eleventh District, Hancock in tho Eighteenth District, Bourbon county In tho Twenty-eight- h District, Jessamine county In District, and Martho Twenty-secon- d shall county in tho Thirteenth Dis- miles. Other amendments ging on until last summer when I got where I could not do ties. my work. I would District Owen, Twenty-thir- d have a chill every Gala-ti- n day and hot flashes Grant, Boone, Pendleton and and dizzy spells and counties. ?! M?$ my head would al District Kenton Twenty-fourt- h most burst I got where I was almost County. Campbell a walking skeleton and lifo was a burden Twenty fifth District to me until one day my husband's stepCounty. Pulaski, sister, told my husband if he did not do District Twenty-sixt- h something for me I would not jast long Whitley and McCreary counties. and told him to getyour medicine. So he District Fayetto got Lydla E. Pinkham'a Vegetable ComTwenty-sevent- h pound for me, and after taking tho"first County. District Madison, three doses I began to improve. I conTwenty-eight- h ' Clark and Bourbon Counties. tinued its use, and I have never bad any Owsley, female trouble since. I feel that I owo District Twenty-nint- h my Ufa to you and your remedies. They Lee, Estill. 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Lincoln screwed up his face lpto a comical smile. "What is the matter with that chair?" ho asked. "Shabby as It Is, there are thousands of men in this country who would bo delighted to occupy It." Youth's Companion. mm Green River Fisherman Missing. Evansvllle, Ind., March 4. Robert Graus, living on a houseboat at tho r- mouth of Green River in Kentucky, y to look for Arthur camo hero Lang, a fisherman, who has been missing slnco last Tuesday, when ho was scon coming down tho river in a molorboat. Tho motorboat has been located, but no traco of tho man found. to-da- HUSBAND SAVED HIS WIFE Stopped Most Terrible Suffering by Getting Her Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, Denlson, Texas. "After my Httlo girl was born two years ago I began suf fering wiui female TJU1U1UU ILfeiiiiiiiiiiiiail uuuuiu buu uuuiu hardly do my work. I was very nervous m but just kept drag- Scott,Woodford and Jessamine coun- mv ... !! m, ho came up, tho man who wanted to know the tlmo touched his hat lightly nnd saldt "Sir, do you know what time It WHEN LINER SINKS Is? Tho stranger paused, removed his right glove, unbuttoned his coat from ONLY EXCITE SURVIVOR SAYS top to bottom, unbuttoned his underMENT OCCURED WHEN BOATS coat, and finally pulled out his watch, WERE LOWERED. while tho cold wind beat against his unprotected chest. Holding up the watch so that tho London, March 7. Ralph Foster, light would shine upon it, ho scruan American, and other survivors of tinized It an Instant, and said: tho liner Maloja, Sunk by a mlno "Yes." Saturday night off Dover, upon arThen ho passed on without anothrival in London, gave a vivid account er word. Exchange. of tho disaster. mm "I was promenading tho deck well Keep Your Bowels Regular. forward about 10:20 o'clock Sunday As everybody knows, the bowels morning," said Foster, "when I heard aro tho sowerago system of the body, a slight report. I thought it was a and it is of tho greatest Importance gun firing a blank shot until I saw a that they move onco each day. If debris falling. Even tho concussion your bowels become constipated, had been so slight that I concluded tako a doso of Chamberlain's Taban accident must have happened to lets Just after supper and they will somo other ship near by. correct tho disorder, Obtainable "I rushed back Immediately to- everywhere. m Maloja, but ward tho stern of the ' I had taken a dozen steps the BRITISH TAKE 38 MEN ship began to llst.and I started toOFF OF AMERICAN VESSEL ward tho lifeboat which had been my cabin. It was so full alloted to Honolulu, March 4. Details of the of people, most of them Lascars, that selzuro by tho British of thirty-eigI saw It was likely to be swamped, so men six Americans, one Turk and I went below for a life belt. I put on thirty-on- e Germans on the Amerimy .overcoat and tho life belt, and can steamer China, February 18, also took my passport. while the vessel was off the coast of "By this time hardly three minu- Japan, wero brought here y by tes after the explosion tho passage- China's passengers when the liner ways below were awash. I returned put In hero on her way to San Franto the lifeboat and tried to help shove cisco. It clear. Two of the white crew of Tho passengers said the China was tho steamer wero standing by to bCRrded by twelvo nrnied men, un-lower tho boat, but only tho steward command of a Lieutenant, who and myself were making any efforts took off the thirty-eigAt- men. to push it off from tho ship's side. cordlcc to the passengers, .ho lint- Wo could not get the boat clear of the ish were thought to have besi of the railing on account of the heavy list crow of tho former White 3ur Liner of the Maloja. Laurentlc, but their hat bands bore "Everybody then piled out of the the name Cerebus, a vessel of the lifeboat. Most of them slid across Australian navy. No examination tho deck and Into the water on the was made of the ship's papers they other side. The deck was Inclined to said.' such a degree that we could not stand mm I grabbed an oar and slid down the deck into the water. The waves SHIPBUILDERS TORN were so strong that I could not swim and was washed back against the DOWN SUBMARINES side of the ship. managed .to reach a "Finally, I capsized boat a few feet away and crawled Into it. From there I could SURFACE SPEED OF 20 KNOTS see in the water near me several bodREQUmED CAUSES REJECTION ies of persons who were bleeding OF ORDERS. about the head. One Lascar was being ground between a lifeboat and tho ship's side. A big swell washed " Washington, March 4". American me off my Insecure perch. I knew shipbuilders have declined to build what would happen to me If I re- the two fleet submarines authorized mained on the side of the ship I was by Congress last year because of a on, so I managed to et to the other stipulation that the vessels shall have side and clung to the railing until a surface speed or twenty knots, Seconly the davits were projecting out retary Daniels wrote Chairman Padof the water. I then pushed away gett, of tho House Naval Committee, from the steamer and swam a few today that he, had been unable to obyards to a boat that bad five or six tain satisfactory bids and the only Lascars In It. When I looked around alternative would be to construct the the last davits of the Maloja had submerslbles in navy yards,' upon disappeared. steam-drive- n designs. "We had no oars and the waves "The department, however," the kept breaking over the boat. When letter says, "as at present advised, It began to sink we swam to another does not favor steam-drive- n subma capsized boat and clung there until rines, and feels that It was not rea boat from a destroyer took us off. alized at the time of the passage of "When wo came alongside tho de- the act that the, provisions for speed stroyer I noticed that tho swells would necessitate construction conseemed to bob us up and down for taining this undesirable feature." I looked at tho clock on 12 feet. According to Naval officers, expert board tho destroyer and saw It was in tho construction of submarines, 11:30 o'clock. tho speed requirement of twenty "Tho only terror or excitement knots is impossible to attain. The shown aboard tho Maloja while they maximum speed of such craft, with wero trying to lower the boats was the most modern engine equipment, on tho part of tho Lascars and some they say, Is on an average) of less children who had become separated than twenty knots and that can not from their mothers. One child who bo sustained long. Steam propulsion was on deck near tho point of the ex- would bo. required to give a substan-cl- al plosion was blown' to pieces, an offspeed, of twenty knots and this icer told mo. is not believed to be fit for submarine "One thing which made an impres- use. sion' on my mind .while I was clinging Contracts for tho two vessels wero to a capsized boat was a "Teddyl opened recently. Only one bidder, bear," which was floatlng'about. 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Just try a bottle of Dr. King's Now Life Pills and notice how much b'ettor you feel 25c at drug- ELEVEN TONS OF BIBLES GO TO PRISONERS OF WAR 2 gists. mm Sure Ho Knew, London, March 4. Eleven tons of On ono of the recent stormy nights Testaments, Gospel portions and copa man was hastening homo with his ies of the psalms, have Just been disovercoat buttoned up to his neck. He patched from this country by tho was rather anxious to know what British and Foreign Bible Society time it was, but he was too lazy' to for tho prisoners of war in Russia. "There were fifty-founbutton his coat in order to get at easels, containing over 260,000 volumes," the his watch. secretary of the society said. Just then he saw a man of appearanco coming in the dis"The volumes aro printed in Polish tance, and remarked to himself, "I'll Gorman, Hungarian and Bohemian. 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HARNETT ESTILL HARNETT, Associate Editor all communications The Hartford Republican. Address NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS to to new ilenlrlnK th paper ddrwu mntt glT the old nddnw In ranking the nbrlbr "' nnd XotlcM 10c per line nnd 5c per line for each additional Insertion. Obltunrle. Henolutlon ami Card ol ThankI5c per Ha, money In ndvnnr. . Cnnrvh Notices for serTlces free, but other - idTertlaenirntu, 5c per line. will recelTj no Anooymone communlontlon Mention r40t. Local BulneM Cvuaa.baxla.xi.d. .... TELUPHOITEO. -JTrm.ro' aivitvial FRIDAY, MARCH 10. ANNOUNCEMENTS. i23 59 of Conchas In his diplomatic steps with foreign countries In these days of war. But there Is a time to ask for this backing, and wo are of tho opinion that It is not In tho midst Had Mr. Wilson of negotiations. been In doubt as to tho proper steps, or had ho been uncertain as to what the people desired 'as to warning Americans off of armed liners and merchantmen, ho should have consulted them at tho beginning of negotiations in 'regard to tho issue and not have waited until ho, as tho head of tho United States, had publicly announced Its stand, thereby forcing Congress, even though they saw It otherwise, to either lino up or embarrass tho head of our government by voting opposlto to his views nnd demands. It reminds us of the mother, who, after having told the nmnii Ron he could not have a cer tain privilege, asks the father of the boy whether or not sho Is right, in tho presenco of tho son. RECIPROCITY IN LIFE. About the most picturesque of all human naturo Is tho old man or lady, who, after having raised their family and performed their other du- Lties as they saw them, patiently awaits the coming of tho end. Something odd, something sensational, something strange, enters into tho heart when a close study is made of one in that stage of life. It doesn't seem that there is much left 'for them to live for and that they should be occasionally crabbed and childish is not unnatural. Happiness- - doe's not come to them. It must bo sought, and In order td find it every point must be considered. They must make allowances and dream dreams in order to be bright and And though we would not cheerful. criticise one for being slightly pessimistic in the view of the remaining years, we overflow With admiration when wo see the aged cheerful, smiling, wanting to live for those who love them, treasuring life for those they love. The late Mrs. Allen, who crossed the boundary here last week, was a very sweet example of the cheerful years aged. Although seventy-fou- r of ago this good lady lived to love, and loved to live. Her passing left a string in the hearts of her acquain-ant- s. for a temporary parting from her company was a regret, such cheer did she impart. Had the sentence that she should live always, been passed upon her it would not have been amiss. We, of tho younger generation, are probably careless and sometimes fall to dp ,pur part. But don't think, rny E:ood"old friends that you are In the way, or that no one cares for you. Bring forth that rigid charac ter, will power, that brought you through these many years. Beckon to us from the heights of tho narrow nath. and If. unfortunately, you reached It by the longer route, point out to us the straighter way, the way for us to go. Let fall a word of cheer as we reach our difficulties and don't add to our burdens by declaring that you are in our way. Live for the living, mourn for the dead; don't mourn for the living and die for the dead. THE BOND ISSUE. TOM SPURRIER, of Grayson county, We are authorized to announco as a candidate for Congress, from the Fourth District, subject to the action of the Republican primary, Saturday, August 5, 191C. Get out yer old green socks and tie, St. Patrick's Day Is coming, be gory. And they say that $25,000 in old Taylor receipts helped In that 400 majority. a The President has appointed Baker as Secretary of War. Now watch for some hot cakes. Lent is on, and when the thought is brought homo there is probably many a fellow who wishes he hadn't. What has become of the robin that was singing such beautiful melodies on the streets of Hartford Sunday Afternoon? In ye old fashioned days they wrung the chicken's neck, but now we bite 'em. Yet, they say "good old fashioned days." again become clerk of the pie counter, Bryan, we bet, couldn't get a "piece at any price." We would crisis, know to be expended on Ohio county roads. ' Judging from tho wording In tho de cision of tho Court of Appeals In tho Fayetto county case It seoms that It will only bo necessary to get a majority of those voting for the bonds to carry. However, that presumption Is taken from tho wording of tho decision nnd is not in question In the ruling, nnd there will probably bo some uncertainty until a decision Is made In the Daviess county case, now pending. The court did rule that It was not necessary to get a majority of tho entire vote of a county, whether polled of not. Ohio county badly needs good roads. Tho difficulty tho farmers have In getting their produce to market Is immense. Our neighbors, though near by, Beem far off cities of which we only read about occasionally. When the farmer goes two miles to church on Sunday morning ho makes ready as though for a long Journey. When tho wlfo meets her neighbor they shako hands and make remarks as to the changes in nppearanco since they last met. Tho child cannot bo started to school until ho Is large enough to resist a ono hundred-pound-mu- d suction. When the horso is sought in tho meadow fear of tho uncertain depths of the mud holes In tho road causes him to resist arrest. When tho farmer returns from a trip to tho martict the children draw back from shyness until the mud spots are washed off and they recognize, "daddy." We know of an Incident where a farmer lost his log chain in a mud holo in Ohio county nnd his boy was unable to find It after wading in and searching for several minutes. ' Altho there is a slight exaggeration, perhaps, in some of the above two-thir- CONGRESS 0. K'S. WILSON POLICY HOUSE TABLES McLKMORB RES- OLUTION 11Y VOTE OF 270 TO 142. FUST LOOK AT OUR NEW THINGS READY To WEAK BlpyaooNS & puwcgg?, LACES NOT TO WARN AMERICANS i Q Both Branches Lino Up In Answer to Demand For "Showdown" And Same Policies Will Continue. Washington, March 8. With Congress standing squnrely behind him, President Wilson was prepared today to go ahead Powers. with tho subma- Mf if Yr THERE GERS OFF. READY-TO-WEAR M rine negotiations with the Central After an all-da- y contest such as 4 statements tho roads in the good, old county are in a deplorable condition and will not be the best In the world after an expenditure of $600,000, but they will be much' better, much better. There will be a good skeleton to build to in years to come. We should extend our arms in every direction, if that be possible, and. Invito our neighbors to one grand reception. has seldom been witnessed, tho House last night nnswered tho President's deman for a "show down" dn Congressional sentiment on tho armed ship issue. By a vote of 27G to 142 tho Houso tabled tho McLemoro resolution to warn Americans off armed ships. This action, together with that In tho Senate In killing a similar resolution, has freed the President from tho bonds of embarrassment forced upon him by tho dissensions In Congress. His victory, complete after a long and sensational fight, was regarded by tho President and his advisers as a sufficient answer to reports circulated in Berlin that he was making demands on Germany in direct opposition to the sentiment of tho elected Mr. representatives of tho people Yllson Is hopeful that there will bo as little further discussion of the issue in Congress as possible. President Highly Pleased. Tho President was much gratified with the overwhelming support accorded him. He is receiving many NO SEWING YOUR FINCOME IN AND SEE THE MANY WE HAVE FOR THIN6-- UJE IN YOU. WHENYoU SEE OUR PRETTY WAI.ST.S, SCORE-S OF' OTHER UNDERWEAR AND YOU WILL LIKE THEM. DAINTY TH'lNfj-WHEN YOU PRICE THEM YOU WILL BUY. THEN YOU WILL NoT HAVE To WORK So HARD AND. WILL HAVE MORE TIME FOR THE CHILDREN. - If Wilson should bo and There will be opposition to bonds in Ohio county, but none to good roads. Bonds have their objections, Just as do all other methods of doing things. It will be the duty of some to oppose, others will be undecided, but as for us, after a careful study, we are for the bonds. , congratulations. are very loyal and patriotic and gladly support Wilson In this but the divvil of it is, we don't what to support. next step probably will bo to answer Germany's last proposal to settle the Lusltania case. In this the United States will ask for further assurances guaranteeing that tho new submarine campaign, In which all armed merchant, ships nro to bo treated as auxiliary cruisers, will not endanger American lives. FARMER KILLS FAMILY was comSecretary Lansing pleting his examination of the appenOklahoinatt Commits Suicide, After dices to the last German note which ' Killing Wife and O OthcrsA contain alleged Instances of English to-d- ay The , President's CARSON & CO. 1N90RPORATBD. Hartford, Kentucky. nlflcanco In tho vote," ho said. "It does not represent tho sentiment in Congress as to the wisdom of Americans traveling upon belligerent merHad this question been chantmen. presentedrand tho opinion of Congress asked upon It there is no doubt that a majority in both Senate and House would express themselves in favor of preventing Americans from traveling into tho danger zones on belligerent ships. If the action of Congress helps the President to reach a peaceful settlement of tho controversy everybody will be happy." MILLER PRAISED BY KENTUCKY MINERS : We don't see why someone dosn't offer a mule and a tombstone to encourage the Hartford lidles in their leap year undertakings. ft Among the few Kentucky Legislators who haven't made an ass of themselves at the present session are Senator Leach and Representative Embry, of Ohio county. With Charlie Chaplin getting such an immense salary it seems to us that Harvey and Pumphrey should be able to make a living either on the screens or on the vaudeville stage. Judging from the number of admirals that have said in the last few months that our navy Is totally unprepared we are not lacking for officers of that rank. That Is, in quantity. Our idea of a real pitiable case is the man who imagines he can follow the movements In the European war and the proceedings of tho Kentucky Legislature. Open the door, keeper! Why In tho world don't the untEank their Progressives loyal Democratic friends for their sympathy in these sad hours? Awaiting the time when they can return the sympathy, perhaps. grateful H i From all present indications it teems that it will not.be necessary tp Import any foreign blood to e,nter the Ohio county derby next county Training has already election. started and unless some mighty good ponies fall at the start the race will be a beauty. Congress has voted confldenco in President Wilson's, .foreign policies, Jan't it a pity this wasn't done when we had a chanco to compel Huerta to salute the flag? The poor old Mexican statesman and warrior has saluted tho flag now, all right, but Its colors are unknown. ( i; ' 4 I ' ? There Is much talk over In England, tho free tradu country, of establishing a protective tariff after tho war is over, The mother country sees In advanco that In this great period of reconstruction every fellow will be snatching at tho other man's dollar. Her oldest child, across the waves, should see and understand tho band writing on tho wall. It is nothing but right that the president should have the backing In order to write this article Intelligently we have consulted men of prominence from various parts of tho county as to how they stood on the question of voting bonds in Ohio county to the amount of $300,000, for the purpose of improving our roads'. The majority have announced their intention of voting for the bonds. There are a few, however, who have taken the opposite stand and that we might see both sides, of tho question we have tried to draw from them their reasons for taking that position. They all state that they want good roads but seem to fear that the money will not be properly handled. One prominent citizen went so far as to assert that notho ing had been properly done in Ohio NO TRACE OF MISSING county; that the funds spent for road LEXINGTON MAN FOUND purposes had not been used to the best advantage, and that tho same Lexington, Ky., March ' 8. The would be true if we entrusted those government dredge boat completed In power with $300,000. its work on the river near High That much money has been wast- Bridge late for tho body of ed on Ohio county roads there is lit- S. W. Bedford and the grappling tle doubt, but wo believe that this, hooks brought up nothing but river in part at least, is duo to tho fact silt and driftwood. Tho searching that those in power have not had suf- party returned to the homo of Presficient funds to work the many miles ton Neal, in Sharkertown, of roads under their supervision, and and convinced that tho missing man Instead of building a few mtles had not been murdered. The boat ' that of really good roads they have been will return to her station tomorrow, compelled to only slightly improve Tho matter remains the most Inexmany miles. But In order to squart-l- y plicable ever offered to tho local pomeet this opposition wo favor ap- lice for solution. pointing a commission composed of Mrs. Bedford is very ill today, her good financiers from different parts nerves having been subjected to aq of tho county to say where this mon- almost unbearable strain. ey shall bo spent. Lot this commisMarriage License. sion bo named and advertised before The following marriage license the voto is taken. Select men In whom tho people havo unimpeachable havo been issued since our last issue': Will Whltakor, Pt. Pleasant, to confldenco and the vote favoring tho fifty per Fannie McClue, Pt. Pleasant. bonds will be Increased cent. Alexander Davis, Beaver Dam, to The election will be held May 20. Inna May Bell Likens, McIIenry. Orvlllo Gray, Hartford, R. 6, to If the bonds carry the county will put up $300,000 and the State will Bessio Wells, Hartford, R. 6. put up a like amount under the State S. D. Johnson, Livia, to M. B. Hudaid law, making a total of $600,000 son, Llvermoro. to-dhalf-froze- Lawton, Okla., March 6. Testimony tending to show that Daniel Okane, a farmer, killed seven members of his family and then took his own life, was introduced before a y Coroner's Jury which late held an Inquest at the Okane home, near here, where a negro farm hand' this morning found the bodies of six of the murdered persons with Okane fatally shot, lying beside them. Okane died this evening. Witnesses testified that Okane frequently had quarreled with his aged father, James Okane, and gave their belief that the strained relations existing between son and father caused Daniel to become temporarily insane. The dead: Mrs. Daniel Okane, the 'five Okane children, Lewis, 13; Daniel, 8; Margaret, 7; Lillian, 5; a baby, Robert; James Okane, 75, and Daniel Okane, about 48. Tho children's heads had been crushed with a hammer and the throats of the four elder children had been cut with a razor. Mrs. Okane's head had been crushed with a ham mer and sho also" had been shot. The elder Okane and Daniel Okane and. the baby, Robert, also had bullet wounds thru their heads. A bloody hammer, a razor and a revolver were found In the house. to-da- n Members of tho Western Kentucky Miners' Association, in session at tho City Hall, paid a high tribute today to Leo Stuart Miller, of Owensboro, who resigned as commissioner of tho Western Kentucky Coal Operators' Association. Resolutions wero adopted setting forth tho pleasant and harmonious relations that had existed between tho miners and tho operators while Mr, Miller was commissioner, and setting forth that this was duo in large measure to Mr. Miller's wisdom and diplomacy. In his retirement, tho miners say, they feel they each vote tho House was swayed back have lost a real friend. and forth in a manner probably TO since the eve of the declara- QUAIL CONSIGNED KENTUCKY DEPORTED of war with Spain. Tho long tion discussion, however, was conducted Government authorities have stopwith entire good feeling and there galler- ped the shipments of quail from Mexwas frequent cheering. The ies were packed throughout the day. ico to Kentucky, and the efforts of game and fish commission to reTho President's supporters praised the him for keeping the country out of stock the fields from, that source are war and for upholding international frustrated. An agent for PennsylIs In Mexico and Executive vania law. opponents charged Agent J. Q. Ward arranged with him Administration ship that the President was contending to send birds to Kentucky. Onoothers- legal right and was ment is in quarantine and the tor a doubtful shifting tho responsibility of diplo- havo been sent back. Quail disease is the trouble. Many matic negotiations to Congress. .The Bryan Influ- experts believe no such thing exists failure of tho ences to develop any marked strength in Mexico, but that the disease is proExceeding against tho President was ono of tho duced by dirty crates. care has been taken with these shipof the day. surprises ments and tho ono in quarantine eventually may bo allowed to come Bryan Belittles Victory. Columbus, O., March 8. Com- through. menting on Tuesday's action of tho Houso of Representatives In tho arm- DIED AT THE AGE OF ONE HUNDRED AND TEN ed ship controversy, William J. Bryan, former Secretary of State, who Ashland, Ky., March 8. Mrs. Lou discussed "Militarism" at a public meeting hero last night, said be did Ann Moore died at her home at Prinnot believe the vote on the McLe- cess, near Ashland, this morning at moro resolution represented, tho sen- the age of 110 years. She rotalned timent of Congress on tho actual is- all of her faculties "until a few days before her death and did all of her sue of warning Americans. "The question was presented In own housework, Her demise folsuch a way that there Is little Big- - lowed a severe attack of the grippe. proposition. merchant ships attacking submarines and under which Germany has sought to Justify her now underwater campaign. With the armed ship issue out of the way, Congress was ready to settle down to the task of clearing up the legislative slate. Agitation on the subject In Congress has delayed tho work of the Besslon. It was a big Democratic majority and nearly half of the Republicans In the House that ended the movement to warn Americans off armed ships. In a turbulent session lasting for seven hours and to rally cries of "Stand by the- President," Administration supporters without regard to party three times placed their stamp of disapproval on tho warning to-d- CHANGE SCHEDULE OF CIRCUIT COURTS UNDER NEW LAW THE TER.M USUALLY HELD HERE IN APRIL WILL COMB UP IN MAY The bill Introduced by Representative Glover 'Cary, of McLean county and passed by both houses changes the time of our next Circuit court from tho third Monday In April to the first Monday In May. The bill carried with It an emergency clause and will tako effect Immediately, jfb-- ' Under tho law thero will bo five'0 torms of court at Hartford, nlno terms nt Owensboro, thrco terms at Calhoun and threo at Hawesvllie. Tho bill was endorsed by tho bar at each of the abovo towns and also byj Judgo Slack and Commonwealth's Attorney Smith. Tho now schedulo is as follows: Ohio County First Monday in March, twelve days; first Monday in May, twelve days; first Monday In July, twelve days; third Monday la September, twelvo days; and fourth Monday In Novembor, twelvo days. Daviess County First Monday In January, twelvo days; first Monday In February, eighteen days; first Monday In April, eighteen days; third nionday In May, twelvo days; third Monday' in June, twelvo days; first Monday In September, twelvo days; first Monday in October, eighteoa days, and Becond Monday in December, twelve days. McLean County Third Monday in March, twelve days; third Monday in July, twelvo days, and second Monday In November, twelvo days. Hancock County Third Monday in January, twelvo days; first Monday In Juno, twelvo days, and fourth Monday In October, twolvo days. - Result Never In Doubt. By a voto of 256 to 160 the Administration forces carried tho first vote, a parliamentary proposition to prevent opening tho McLeraore resolu tion to amendment and unlimited debate. With this crucial voto of tho fight In hand, they moved to .the adoption of a special rule for four hours' discussion of tho resolution. This was carried by 271 to 138 and then the victory was completed by tabling tho resolution. During the debate that preceded fc f ed Ainerlcuns Slain By Villa Bandits. El Paso, Tex., March 8. Accredited but unconfirmed reports received today by Gen. Gabriel Gavira, at Juarez, state that two Americans named Franklin and Wright, wero killed by Villa bandits Monday at Pechaco, between Cases Qrandes and Janos, Chihuahua. Card of Tlionks. The family of Mrs. Sophronla Allen nmu 10 express weir sincere appro- - . m elation to neighbors and friends forvltf. their great kindness and loving sym- pathy at tho time of their deep PLB )feU .... '& . A .J". ...AA.. ,M.W. lk j r't We Are Daily Receiving Our New Spring Goods! Owing to scarcity of dye stuff, and a general short- is to do your shopping early, and A Pavortil Tailored Drctt of Scree KcCill Pattern Ho. 797, one ol the 11. any new aciigni ior novemoer. age of much material, we placed a large per cent of our spring orders some time ago,' thereby saving a large advance to our customers in many lines. Much of our spring stock cannot be duplicated at the price bought,-hencour advice to you e section. Owensboro High School defeated tho Louisville High School earlier In tho season and a battle royal Is expected when theso aggregations meet Saturday night. Tho Columbia Llfo lnsurnnco Co., will loan you half tho valuo of your land for 5 years. No loans taken for less than $500. For terms, seo W. ,11. PARKS, Hartford, Ky. 3Ctf Just received a large shipment of. K. K. goods for garden and farm use, so pleaso como in and look you buy. Every tool guaranteed to pleaso you or wo will glvo you a, new ono In Its place. ILER'S GROCERY. B7"Fcndlctonlcft yesterday Dr. E. morning for Loulsvlllo with Claude Ward, tho son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Pendleton Ward, where tho latter will Thoy wero undergo an operation. accompanied by Mrs. Ward and Clar ence Ward, tho youg fellow's mother and brother. Mr. J. P. Jnspor, who has been operating tho Commercial Hotel hero for 'tho past flvo years, has retired to look after other business Interests In Central, Ky., and will leave for that placo within tho next few days. He and his family will continue to make this their homo for tho present, how-ov- er. bc-fo- ro OHIO COUNTY TO VOTE ON ROAD BOND PETITION SIGNED HY NEARLY BOO CITIZENS KILE)) IN CO. COURT HERE MONDAY. ? .. Lilt AND t rAKriNbuKANlfcll SEE & S. P. McKINNEY SON, save later advances. Now, this may sound like fiction to, you, but it is a true statement of UNDENIABLE FACTS. If you are a "doubting Thomas" you will find out later that the above statements are true. Be wise, buy from us and buy early. Also Remember That It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. Hon. F. G. Corley, Assistant Stato n, Inspector and Examiner, f of Ky., has been In town for two or three days checking up tho ofllces of the County Judge, County and Circuit Court Clerks and Trustee of tho Jury Fund, at press hour wo wero not In possession of reports as to findings of tho Inspector. Black and Blrkhead have added In tho last few days to their breeding Btable another ntco registered saddle stallion, Emmet Chief 2133. This with tho bay stallion bought at Lex ington a few weeks ago gives them a fine lino of breeding stock, claimed to bo the best bunch ever handled by any ono firm In this part of the state. Ellza-bethtow- A petition, signed by about 500 citizens of Ohio county, was filed in County Court hero Monday asking (hat a voto bo 'taken on a bond Issue to tho amount of $300,000, Saturday, May 20. Tho bonds nro for the pur- poso of securing funds. to bo used In Improving the roads of Ohio county. The petition Is styled, "J. D. Williams, ct al., motion for bond election," and is Blgned by peoplo from several different sections of tho county. Only 1G0 names are required on tho petition and the additional signatures seem to Indicate that the el ection Is looked upon rather favorably. If tho bonds carry In May tho Stato, under tho Stato aid law, will put up a llko sum of $300,000 mak ing a total of $600,000' to bo used on Ohio county roads. It is said that Daviess county proposes to piko to tho Ohio county line nt Pleasant Ridge and It Is thought that in case tho bonds carry hero thero is a possibility of Ohio county meeting tho pike at that point and when the piko Iq built from Hartford to Cromwell there will be a good highway from Owensboro to the Butler county line. If tho bonds aro voted there will bo pikes in other parts of tho county. BEAVER DAM, KY. District m imagers for tho Mutual Benefit of New- - j ark, N. J., which is ono of tho oldest Mutual Companies doing businussjii this State. Thoy will also insure your property in old and well established, companies doing business in this State. The best is none too good. When in need of life or firo insurance call them over either 'phone tho Cumberland or Home. Office in, rear of R. T. Taylor's drug store. Beaver Dam. Wire Fencing Contiues To Advance On The Market I Our price is below wholesale cost on all styles we carry in stocic. Write postal and our price sheet will be mailed to you at once. KEEPING WATCH FOR BEDFORD AT LOUISVILLE Samuel W. Bedford,, the missing Insurnnce man of Lexington, for whose discovery a reward of $700 has been offered, was seen again in Louisville late Monday afternoon, at, Fourth and Chestnut streets. Mrs. M. L. Usher, of 741 South Brook street, told friends of Bedford, detectives and reporters, that she saw Bedford at the corner of the He postoffico and spoke to him. hastened away and disappeared throngh the swinging doors of the postofilce. She knows Bedford and is euro the man was he. Mr. George L. Sehon said this morning that all last night men who knew Bedford Wero stationed around Fourth and Chestnut streets, while jthers patrolled Fourth avenue with the hopes that ho would show, up. This will be repeated U- FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Incorporated F.ORDSVILLE, KY. Jake Wilson, Mgr. gate from said town, the paging was long and loud, sajd Bell thop after 10 or 16 minutes of persltent calling of said smallest delegate finally located him and led him up to the aforesaid largest delegate and his surrounding henchmen of 6 or 8. Imagine the utter disgust of the said small delegate when informed by the big one that he, the said large delegate and balance of the bunch were as camels on a'desert and desired to be piloted to an oasis. The little fellow took cents per, It the hint and at 12 amounted to about 87"c. . a IN THE SPORTING WORLD. "Mr. ISkm&Gb, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MARCH 10. & ST. li. R. 11. TIME-TABL113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. rows. No. Como to tho Green Front Grocery No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a. m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:4U p.m. for anything In tho grocery line. Ev Ar. lrvlngton .. 6:36 p.m. erything new and fresh. Farmers' 'lit. lrvlngton .. 6:6a p.m. phono. Ar. LouIbvIUo . 7:40 p.m. Mr. Marvin Black, of Owensboro, Lv. Loulsvlllo .. 8:35 a.m. visited Mr. Frank Black and other No. 'Ar. lrvlngton ..10:00 a. m. relatives hero from Saturday until Lv. lrvlngton ..10:40 a.m. Monday. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch Miss Janctto Logan, after an ex tended visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. M., n. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. Logan, returned to Ingersoll, Canada, South Bound, No. 115 m. Tuesday. 8:45 a. Duo at Hartford 1 Miss Myrtlo Maddox returned to North Bound, No. 114 p. m. Beaver Dam Sunday after an ox-- J 5:55 Duo at Hartford tended visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. (Both "Mixed Trains.) ' Blankcnshlp. Breaking Plows, Vulcan Chilled, Now Tomatoes at Petty's. Blue Bird and New Ground Plows at PottExtra large fresh Oysters at reduced prices. y's". W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Potty wants to seo you at hla resFor Sale. One pair of good work taurant. mules, harness and wagon. Jumbo and Sweet Mixed Pickles 36t4 EZRA GORMAN, at Mooro's. Beaver Dam, Ky. New' loose cakes can bo had at The revival services at tho Baptist Her 'a Grocery. , church closed Wednesday night. The Mr. O. A. Ralph, of Dundee, was sermops of Rev. Thompson wero very much enjoyed throughout the entire hero Thursday. New barrel Kraut Just opened at 'service. Mrs. E. E. Birkbead and Mrs. H. Mooro's Meat Market. Catfish E. Mlschke entertained .tho Ladles For Sewing Circle- of. Tho Methodist and" Buffalo call at Pecty'B. Wall, of Matanzas, church Monday1 afternoon at tho home Mr. Raymond of the latter. wia here Thursday and Friday. Mr. Ben Taylor will return Mrs. J. H."WllilamTwarin Owenafrom Birdseye, Ind., where he was boro Tuesday. called on account of the 'death of his Mrs. wrHrBarnes was In Owens-bor- o brother, Mr. James Taylor. Mr. TayTuesday. . lor died at ZIon City, 111. A. "wrMidTrfffTot" Narrows Mr. Mrs. C. W. Evans, who has been Route 2, was here Tuesday. slater, Mrs. C. E. tho guest of Mrs." John Blrcher has returned Smith for several weeks, left Wedfrom a visit to her parents at lrvlng- nesday for Dawson Springs, where ton. sho will be tho guest of her parents. Mjsfl ArtleMay, olfOwensboro, Mr. W. F. Shlfflette. Is prepaying with relatives to Install and operate a bottling Spent tho week-en- d hero. works In tho Nail building on CenMrs. C.E. Smith loft Wednesday ter street. Tho equipment will bo for a visit to her parents in Dawson installed immediately and tho plant Springs. , Is expected to be In operation within Mr. Hehrv Griffln. of Owensboro, tho next few days. visited his mother, Mrs. T. L. Grlffln Tho strong W. K. S. basket ball from Saturday until Monday. team will meet the speedy Owensboro A now supply of KodaKs and Sup- quintet at tho formers' court In Beav- -' plies JuBt In. Orders received by er Dam Saturday night. The splenat- did victory won by W. K. S. from tho mall or telephone given prompt Madisonville Y.M. C, A. team last D. TAPPAN, J. tention. week makes them appear as formidJeweler and Optician, able contenders for honors la this' Hartford, Ky. 34t2 Wo are In receipt of a letter from John H. Barnes, of Beaver Dam, taking us to task for having stated In this column last week that Beaver Dam and Hartford had no basket ball teams this year. Mr. Barnes states that Beaver Dam has "some" basket ball team this year, and Judg ing from tho score of that Madlson- vlllo game ho "shore do be right" When that paragraph was written last week we had heard nothing from the W. K. S. team and presumed that, More Signs of Spring. 'legislative The Harvey-Pumphre- y committee whitewashing fences. NEW SECRETARY OF WAR Newton Baker, former Mayor Cleveland, Named for Place. Washlngton, D. h., H. are visiting tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman, of Nar Wo have Just received our loose Garden Seed. ILER'S GROCERY. Mrs. Lizzie Bennett and Uttlo son Ill ... like Hartford, they had not organized this year. We were innocent in STRAY STREAKS.' tho statement and hope no serious injury was done the Beaver Dam team. Mr. Barnes invites us to sit Many family rows have been tem with him in the press box Saturday night when W. K. S. meets the fast porarily squelched by a ring of the ' Owensboro quintet, and seo whether front door bell. or not Beaver Dam has a team this On the sea of matrimony, judgment year. We accept, with thanks, and for, divorce and alimony has tor will bo for you every minute. pedoed many sad voyagers. Tho Pittsburg Pirates are gatherThe boss has threatened to stop ing at Dawson Springs for spring training. Now watch some Hart our wages, it he does we are going ford people become suddenly ailing to quit and hunt another Job. Wo nnd take a treatment of Dawson won't Btand for nothing llko that. water. Down in this neck of the woods nro glad to seo "Homo Run" Baker got back in harness. Baker will bo with tho New York Yankees this year. Wo are anxiously watching for the first box score and judging from ac tlvltles around tho spring training camps wo will not bo kept long wait Ing. While this stuff may bo all wool and a yard wide, wo do not always guaranteo tho color, you know tho war has stopped the import of dye products. , Tho Jobless man Is duo to meet tho high cost of living faco to face, somewhere on the other side, as they are both traveling in "Opposite directions. of March 6. Newton Baker, former mayor of Cleveland, has been selected secretary of war. He has accepted and is arranging his Cleveland affairs preparatory to coming to Washington to take up his duties. Baker's name has been mentioned times in connection with the position. He was offered the placo when the cabinet was formed but de Beveral 1 fc r. w,fci CEake fre'sti-ReeUoo- - to-d- hr ' t. .JS-g- We overheard a guy say the other Ohio county fans always pull for day, that tinker certainly fixed my Loulsvlllo m the Association and it seems that this year they will have clock, on inquiry we found that he had only had his watch worked on. The Republican Convention. something o pull for. Wo are not knocking on the Jeweler, As predicted three months ago, the No doubt many Hartford basket as Tappan the watch man explained instructions of the Convention were for Chas. W. Fairbanks, of Indiana, ball lovers will Journey over to Beav- "v. and eight delegates'are sent from the er Dam Saturday night to see W.. K, Al Barnett, with others, returned State at Large to caBt their four, votes S. hook up with the speedy aggrega from the convention one night last at Chicago. The Hons. Edwin P. tion from Owensboro. week, arriving about 2:30 a. m. It Morrow, of Somerset, Augustus E. Is said that Al found no one at home Wlllson, of Louisville, Sunday Eggs. Richard P. Sewing Circle of the Method and the house locked up, he proceed Ernst, of Covington, John W, Lang- -. The ist church is asking all the members ed to tear off some screens, prie open ley, of Plkeijvllle, Ed C, O'Rear, of of the church and any friend who a 'window, get Inside and locate a Frankfort, Caleb Powers, of Barbour-vtll- e, Marshall Bullitt, of Louisville, feels so kind, to give the eggs gath- door key so that he could let him ered on Sunday for four Sundays. self In. and Phil Brown, of Hopklnsvllle. No. Many of our friends in the country alternates were chosen. (By Fluko McFluke.) might slip a dozen in their pocket It develops that an agreement had What we wish to know Is, who put been mado some two weeks before when coming to town. Mr. Amos tho convention between District leadCarson will gladly receive them for tho key In whiskey? ers that the districts should not in us. It pays to advertise. Wo reA banker friend of our, whoso In- struct, and that the eight gentlemen ceived for our hen shower a responso from a distant State, We accept itials are "R. R. R." has recently had above named should go as Stato built and launched a 14x4 fishing vote each. They with one-haparcel-poeggs. boat. Ho says that he has provided were able to carry out this program, hlmsolf with a quart of red worms except in tho 7th and 9th, where tho MIksIou Board To Meet. The Ohio Coucty Mission Board of and a half pint of whiskey and is pa- Fairbanks sentiment was strong Missionary Baptists, will hold their tiently aw.altlng tho coming pf a nice, enough to assert itself and instruct ogular monthly meeting at Hartford, warm bright day to christen the boat. their delegates. All Wo have declined an invitation to March 14th, at 1:30 p. m. For years the State organization churches and parties who are inter- accompany this fisherman friend, on has recognized the 65,000 negro vo- -, of the ested will pleaso take notice and the grounds that ho has entirely too ters by giving them meet with tho board on this date. many worms. State's delegate vote In the National All members of the board are urged Convention and tho compromise did i not include that percentage of presA True Story. to bo present. During tho recent convention in tige to which they were accustomed BIRCH SHIELDS, Cm'm'n. Louisville, Ky., tho largest delegate and some of their leaders protested Three American cattlemen were from Hartford, slipped a dime to a I to tho Convention In strong, though hanged yesterday and their bodies Bell hop at the Watterson with In- - J dispassionate speeches. It was structlona. to page the- - smallest dole- - found, however, by a canvass, o' the ourniea oy Mexican uanims. es st lf one-four- th clined. Mr. Baker Is 44 years old. He was Call on The Hartford Republican born In Martlnsburg, W. Va. At tho for Fino Job Printing- age of 25 ho was appointed private secretary to Postmaster General Wil son in President Cleveland's cabinet. In tho late nineties he moved to Cleveland. Ho was elected city so licitor In 4902 and held the office ten years, until he was elected mayor. ' At the time of the Baltimore con vention Baker was prominently mentioned for vice president because of the fight ho made for Woodrow Wilson. He has been known for years as a leader of the Ohio bar. ' negro delegates present that a majority were willing to the proposed arrangement on the ground that harmony was its object and concessions had been made by all concerned. The Democratic papers are making The much ado over the incident. Courier-Journa- l, howover, says in their issue the morning following: "The negroes talk of revolting against their party, but there was no place for them to go as the Democrats did not want them." It may be said with propriety that negroes with the intelligence displayed in some of those speeches would never seek 8u4h a landing. It was not a question involving party policy, sim ply one of recognition. As we see it, the District leaders' should have submitted the matter of chotce between aspirants for Delegate honors to the convention In acordance with the call of the National Committee which provides for four delegates-at-lar- ge and let the winners take tho. , plum. It is our opinion that the Credent trials Committee at Chicago will demand a whole delegate for each of the four votes and then, another compromise meeting will be held by tho eight and four of them will become alternates. In this event Phil. Brown, the negro delegate, will come into full possession of his 100 per cent franchise. FRUSSELL. fff ss We Believe In Being Up -- to -- Date and therefore con- duct a first-clatailoring department. We feature the workmanship of Ed.V.frice & Co, Chicago ' 'I IBBBBU'KrT because there is none better. Leave your measure today. Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. J. jtfcii jWU iK '. -- - - Jib4.ii j.irt, s&t ,. tddu . J. v i rliew. jiHh xAaAfc-- " , V - '- i -ii.iii - - . A.. .. WmA a. JiMEJ'uifiji K unit i in n I r it U: r I ip 1. ters, known as landschafts. Tho WORLD'S LEADING landschaft shall be composed of all farm owners within a designated dis' TOBACCO TOWN trict who shall dcslrb to secure loans on security of their farms. No ono Acrlculturnl rnrnKrnphi. except those who wish loans We havo written several men well mar loinmembership ceases when tho WINSTOX-SALESN. C, agrlculturo and tho posted In tho sclcnco of MOKK TOBACCO tlicm to contribute articles loan Is paid. inviting Tho landschaft may Issuo deoen- THAN ANV OTHER CITY. from their own pen, to our farm de- tu-and exchange them for annuity for Ohio county farms. partment by mortnges exeAmong those that havo answered Is contracts, secured by members in Its favor on cuted Following are extracts from an Hon. Mat S. Cohen, Commissioner of territory In considAgriculture, Mr. Cohen accepts tho farms within tho address delivered by Col. A. D. Watts of loans mado by thorn. Tho invitation to talk to you through our erationconsist of a sinking fund cre- Collector of International Revenue you some- funds of North Carocolumns and we promise repayment of borrowers and for tho Fifth District by Tho Twin given thing good from him within tho next ated by redeeming and a lina, at a smoker debentures used for February city Club, Winston-Salefew weeks. reserve accumulated from entranco 4th, 1916: profits fees, fines, or a portion of 1b supplying "Winston-SalePer capita circulation of money In maintained only at a size sufficient to ranged from $17.16 of all tho chewing tobacco conthe United States Tho contingencies. guard against to $18.42 In the years 1868 to 1875. value of tho land Is based upon Its sumed In tho United States, besides exporting vast quanltlcs to foreign January 1, 1916. Jt was $38.4S on earning power. lands. This statement is taken from Tho second bill (Senate Bill 3951) report of tho Commissioner of Tho annual property loss In tho referred to seeks to amend Section tho lightning average 5138 of United States Revised Stat- Internal Revenue for tho first quartUnited States from er of tho present fiscal year and from about $8,000,000, tho major part of utes, national bank act of Juno 3, private advices from Washington, as districts. which occurs In the rural 18C4, and amended by act of March to the second quarter, which ended 14, 1900. Briefly It may bo stated December 31st, last. Approximately 25,000,000 pounds that this law permits tho organiza"Your city Is making dynamite wero used for agricultural tion of national rural cooperative of all tobacco products chewing and purposes In this country last year. banking associations with n capital smoking tobacco, cigars, cigarette Stump pulling Is no longer a hard- of not less than $500 by resident and snuff manufactured In tho Unitto ship. ,t. farmers; tho area for these banksnor ed States. Your manufactures aro be defined being not less than five paying on an average about $37,000 The United States last year Import- more than 50 square miles; not les3 a day revenuo taxes to tho governed 27,562,361 pounds of black and than 10 members, all engaged In farm ment and the amount Is increasing white pepper, valued at $2,852,665, lng as their principal occupation. from month to month. When jour some of which might be produced at Each member to take ono share of government building, much tho handhome. nontransferable capital; each share somest In tho State, was completed at par valuo of $10; each member to last July at a cost of$250,000 your of dirt roads pay $1 entrance fee. The rural bank- newspapers made the statement that Two million miles have been built In the United States. ing association may accept deposits, tho taxes paid In your city to Undo The total length of public roads of all mako loans, carrying such rate as Sam for tho first eight days of its kinds In this country Is estimated at members decide. Capital shall bo In- occupancy would pay for It. Since vested In U. S. bonds with tho treas- September, It has taken only a frac2,250,000 miles. ury for circulating privilege. tion over seven average days colleci Wood consumed In this country In tions here to equal Its cost. So far the manufacture of paper amounts Formalin Treatment for Seed Oats. this week, Mr. Cranford has taken In annually to 4,500,000 cords and every Treating seed oats for smut with $206,428.50. I predict that before year the demand for some substitute tho formalin solution this year will 1916 shall havo ended your averago grows more urgent. save tho farmers of Ohio more than weekly payments to the government $500,000, acording to the farm crops on tobacco will more than pay for One thousand women, mostly mar- department.Ohlo State University. Oat this most magnificent building, leave ried, havo enrolled In the home mil- smut Is said to be very prevalent be- ing the collections for the other linery, cooking and sewing classes, cause of the adverse harvesting conweeks as clear profit to the govWhich are a part of the vocational ditions last year. The seedlike spores ernment. "Winston-SaleIs shipping on an work In the public schools of Indian- of the smut pass the winter in the apolis. The classes are held In the grain, and when the untreated kernel average each week day to all parts of afternoon. They are growing rapidly sprouts In tho spring the spores begin this country and to foreign lands $150,000 of tobacco products. and presage a hard slap at old high to grow and develop a little plant, cost of living. "In conclusion, Winston-Salethe oat plant. The dutllke within spores given off by the little plant manufactures more tobacco, all toThe busiest spot In New York cty near harvest time blow to the other bacco products are taken into this Is at Park row and the entrance to oat plants and Infect the grain from statement, than any other city on the Brooklyn bridge. There 296,200 which next year's seed must be se- earth little or big. Industrially, she foot passengers go by between 8:30 lected. To treat oats with the for- Is easily first In North Carolina, popuin the morning and 6:30 In tho even- malin solution secure formalin at a lation considered, first In America ing a stream of humanity that drug store and mix a pint with 40 and I believe, In the world; socially, would empty Wyoming and Nevada of gallons of water. The oats may be a never falling delight to her their combined population In less sacked and dipped Into a barrel of friends." than 10 hours. For every five per- this solution until they are throughly Attention Farmers. sons In that multitude there is a soaked or they may be piled upon the The farmers of Ohio county aro vehicle. Approximately 60,000 vehi- barn floor and sprinkled with the socles pass during the 10 busiest hours lution. After the treatment they called to meet at tho court houso In of the day. And that is just one should be covered with blankets for Hartford, March 10th and 11th at purpose of recorner! four or five hours so that the for- nine o'clock for tho not evaporate too quickly. ceiving reports on committees" and malin will perfecting the reorganization of the Reports to the department of agriA. S. of E. All pledges and peticulture say that quail and other birds Measuring Feed. tions should bo reported on at this re In need of food in the West and It is always best to be exact in time. All those who havo petitions Northwest. E. W. Nelson, acting feeding. Too much "guess work" is for insurance, also those who havo Chief of the biological survey, has done on the farm. That is one reason subscribed for insurance, aro askcalled on the National Association of why some of us find farming no more ed to bo present on the 11th at 10 Audubon societies, New York city, for profitable. o'clock. assistance in saving the birds. SecreIn computing rations and feeding Since tho A. S. of E. has been put tary Pearson of the association ad should be weighed. on the per cent basts Instead of fees vised Washington officials that he had the various feeds always necessary to weigh and dues all farmers aro requested It is undertaken to furnish relief to the every not feed, as this may take con- to bo present and take a part in this song and game birds of the country pracmeeting. Now don't stand back.but through the various stato organiza- siderable time. It Is not always tical to weigh every feed, 03 feeding step in and do your duty. tions. He telegraphed Postmaster or beHENRY M. PIRTLE, General Burleson, asking permission is sometimes done after dark fore dawn. The pratlcal way Is to 34t3 County Secretary. for rural carriers to distribute food. quanlty as tho a Fourth Assistant Blakcless has tele- weigh a doflnlto amount a measure will hold and esEffect of His Speech. graphed the desired Information. timate each feed. "I listened to your speech with tho A quart measure is a convlenlent greatest care," said the constituent Farmers in the county wanting grain and to the congressman. .v ground phosphate rock should see Al vessel In which to estimate feeds. A quart of "Well, I think there was food for I have other concentrated J. Barnett, Hartford, Ky. following common feeds weighs: thought In made arrangements with a Nashville tho lt" said the congressman. Cottonseed meal, 1.5 pounds; wheat company whereby I can furnish phos"You bet there wasl It Just made midme think what a fool I had been to phate rock cheaper than any other bran (coarse), .5 pounds; wheat dling, coarse (shorts), .8 pounds; vote for you." concern. No orders taken for less wheat middling, fine, 1.1 pounds; e than minimum car load. corn meal, 1.5 pounds; oats, 1.2 Breezy Bits. pounds meal, "Why aro you raising the prlco of There Is much difference In the fla- pounds; gluten pounds. 1.7 vor of cantaloupes grown under vary- gluten seed, 1.2 milk 2 cents?" asked tho housewife, grimly. ' ing conditions. Much depends upon We havo received a letter from Mr. "Well, you know," returned the, the soil, tho climate and the cultivaon, tion. Many of tho modifying influen- W. S. Taylor, former Ohio county milkman, "winter is coming ces are under the control of the grow- boy now an Instructor in Agriculture and" "Oh, I see," resumed the woman, er. What can the grower do to Im- at itho University of Texas, In which prove the size, shape, color and flavor he accepts an invitation to contribute softening In manner. "Tho water of cantaloupes? These questions aro to our farm deparoment. Mr. Taylor will be needed for making ice." Youth's Companion. of importance to growers and wo commends us for having started this would be pleased to have them an- work and states that he will bo glad "Would you sacrifice your princiswered by the experienced farmers to help by sending us articles from who have been successful in growing time to time. With such men co- ples for the sake of an office?" cantaloupes'. With a view of furn- operating as have accepted invita"I suppose not," replied Senator "And yet when you ishing Information we invite growers tions this department will assuredly Sorghum. smother your principles you stand a to tell how they raise cantaloupes for be a success. chance of reviving them after you get home use and for the market. the ofllco. It seems too bad to sacriFAR3IERS' FREE WANT ADS. fice both." Washington Star. Bills for Rural Credit. Two very Important bills for rural Wanted to sell' Some of tho best "What's tho matter, father? credit In tho United States have been tomatoes, Prlco $1.00 those cigars you threw introduced by Senator Morris Shep-- . por dozen. away?" pard of Texas. Senato Bill 3704 Apply to JOHN ROWE, "A little," ho confessed. seeks to establish a landschaft system Centertown, Ky. "You'll find them on tho top shelf of rural credit In this country. The of tho linen closet," said mother with bill provides that tho positions of assmile. Kansas City a sistant secretary of agrlculturo for I Journal. credit and tho assistant secrerural tary of tho treasury rural credit bo For, Infants and Children "Wo expelled the deacon for mlxln' created with threo other citizens of In Us religion and politics." the United States, constituting a body "Mlxln religion and politics?" corporate to be known as a National Always bears the go to a political meeiln' Rural Credit Instttuto with power to Slgnatureof' f7A ''&CCA6K an'"Yes, he'd asleep In the middle of he'd tall operate, to form local units or chop- - FARM DEPARTMENT a speech, b'gosh, Jest like It was a sermon. Puck. "Mandy, Is your husband sober and profeional HOTEL f, MANU-FACTURE- S Industrious?" "Yes, ma'am, he shorely Is. When ho's sober dcro nln't a man In do world will work harder fo' do prlco of a drink dan ho will." Detroit Frco Press. Lady And you say you aro an educated man? Wearied 'Will Yes, mum, I'm a roads scholar. University of Michigan Oargoylo. MWHAJAN Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law fcfc. M1NG1Q1 wJ ns J sse: ssna HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his prtrfeealon la IhU and adjoining counties. Commeronv) and Criminal Practice a Spodalty. T. WAtlESTHATTON Cromwelr, XOF AMERICAN IDttlS abound, the Powhatan. hsads.Uia 'lB"rtlty"whtioo(l"hottU hy. una otto cm a Ky. Ilnrtlord, ' It tTnrat lnlthCbMTHijoUts tountrjniwuV m one-four- th Why don't you put your Husband mind on it and get a good cook? I don't think I Wife (sweetly) know how. I don't seem to havo any faculty In selecting peoplo to live with. Llfo . STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practice tliolr profession In this and djolnlng counties. Collection. Commercial and Criminal Practlco Prompt and vlgoroni Specialty. service- - Notary In office f one-seven- A negro man camo running down tho lane as If n wild man were after him. "What aro yau running for Moso?" called tho colonel from the barn. fo'," shouted "I nln't from!" back Moso. "Ise Kansas City Star. "Tie Townalan It refined, and restful. Its excellent . location on PennrrlTanls Avenue, 18th and II Street, rnakei it a desirable headquar ten for' bridal coupler, tourist parties, conrentlons. Schools and I colleges. 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. e BOUQUETS ON THE ANKLE, IiATEST IN NEW YORK New York, March 2. Bouquets for the arm! Faddiest fad of high society. Oh, no, not qulto tho faddiest bouquets on the ankles hns it beaten by at least five feet. When a smart New York woman dons evening clothes, she Invariably "pins a roso" to her upper arm or to her ankle. A band of ferns holds tho rose In place. The Pownatan""attraett"rtne 'people of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, also to manj points Interest, of historical snakes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminating pub- The " Powhatan" offer " rooms with detached bath at $1.10, $2.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.50, $1.00 and up. "Wnie for fcoollet with rnip, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. aic- - . DR. 0. E. HART YRTRRINARY SURGRON BEAVER DASI, KY. Ofllco Manager, H'HHIlHHtllHiHIIllUIUlHH' Jiuncs Trior's Livery llnrn. fifty-on- m RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. water add 1 ox. Bay Rum, a small box ot Bar bo Compound, glycerine. Apply to the hair and Vi or. of A Specific 'Against Colds. twice a week until It becomos the desired Tho nearest thing to a specific shade. Any druggist can put this up or cost. you against colds is a sleeping porch or Full can mix It at home at very llttlo como directions for mnklns; and uso open bed room and a cold sponge In each box of Darbo Compound. It. will gray darken streaked, bath every morning when you first gradually removes dandruff. faded excelhair, nnd It Is get up. Even then you will occa- lent for falling hair and will make harah the It will sionally take a cold, especially when hair soft and gloasy. greasy, not color not scalp. Is not sticky or and does colds are epidemic, and when you nib off. do you will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a great, help In enabling you OVER 63 YEARS' to get rid of it. Try It. ObtainaEXPERIENCE m ble everywhere. To half pint of X I I I ana TRADCMAnnS Iromrly obtain la UtoUaia PATENTS PAYL admtla tnem ILorouaLl, u cvr aiinM, ana Tlp you to lucctaa, 6o J moon. lAowcrucrun for mnrt 00 pauntabUltr. 19 jranr practice SjUR PAtaiNQ RtrcrtCNCCa. rarfraatluMa nook on rroflubl wrtt to Vb all counuin. or no t THAT rnrr wdsus aovsnrn , as Croats WASH NQTON. r O. . V at-lea- m Cat Puts Out City Lights. Winchester, Pa., The town of Mount Sterling was In total darkness Saturday for several hours, and a house cat was the cause. Light for Winchester and Mount Sterling is furnished by a central power plant at Lexington. When the lights suddenly went out at Mount Sterling a trouble crew left here, and after several hours of diligent search discovered the dead feline burned to the pole and entangled In the wires, making a cross circuit. It is supposed the cat was seeking safety at the top of tho pole from a dog that had "treed" It. IjTjnjra Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac ' j 'A' ' ?AS anvnn tfmillnff a skMc h nnd description may qnlculr ascertain our orjnton free whether an Intention Is rrobablT PisWBB!&.,l,,,!nnn,c,w UonsMrlctlrconuu'oiitlal. HANDBOOK on I'atenu patents. tent free. Oldest aeoner for securingCo. receive atoms taken through Jlunn a tfteial notice, without chanio, la the A handsomely Illustrated weealr. Iircest onr sclcnuoo Journal. 1 onns. II a rear: tour rnonU-n- , L Bold by all newsdealers. Scientific American. if 4 BV -i-New MUNN & Co UaxM& York Uwton. D. C. onto. Pt WIFE WANTS THIRD DIVORCE Dubuque, Ia.,March 4. 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There is no such excellent paper as the Louisville Twice-a-Wee- MIK wis WQLDS ItaAiiM PRICE GTJABANTKED SATISFAOXOXY OK MONEY BEFTJNDED. GUARANTEED SERVICE One hundred per cent value. Special work for W. O. W. W. F. STEVENS, Hartford, Ky. R. P. D. 7. Representing Continental PROCURED AMD DErKNDID.,B"M". I Am wiiii. i. mil itA tup avtiurt I free adrlau, how to Obtain patents, trade VUilkt, I L Marble & Qranlto Co. eoprnLia.ca, JSuAiutt itirttt N AL. COUNTRIES. i'o4Ugt0M tavti ttmtA PiUnt and Infringement Practice Exclusively. Write or come to us al 710 ZljUta Itnst, near Valted ttatet rateat Oatas, I WASHINGTON. D. O. k Planters House Operated by j Owensboro Messenger (Edited by Urcy Woodson.) hand-pack- CASTOR A ForOvr30Yar ! It comes every Wednesday Planters Hotel Company and Saturday, (16 pages a Under New Management week or more), and is in every regard. T. QUISENBERRY. Twice-a-Wee- k MesTry the $1.50 per Day senger for a year in connec- Rates 91.00, 91.23 and Meals SS Cents. tion with the Hartford Repub. Beat In the city for the money. lican. Both papers, one year for Special attention to the traveling $1.50. All clubbing subscrip- public. tions should be addressed to OWENSBORO, KY, Republican, Hartford, Ky. up-to-da- te Eyery Woman Wants1 tT)R PFBWJaVt uvrtDui Dusolred In water for douche stosa pelrlo catarrh, ulceration and laflaa maUon. Recomm.ud.d by Lydie E. Pfajkhaua Med. Co. for tea years. A beaUna; wonder for nasal catarrh, sore throat and tore eye,, Econoaalcal. A r 1Miw iMmimMmH'tamMir4vtiMiMlilJ'ttati'H.- - mi n'as CONGRESS WANTS TO ACQUIRE LAND DILLS TENDING TO PURCHASE LOWER CALIFORNIA FROM ' MEXICO. "Washington, March 4. Dcsplto tho Btatomont of President Wilson, made early In his administrate, that It would bo contrary to tho present and future policy of tho United States to acqulro any moro territory, thcro is apparent In Congrcs a disposition to extend tho borders and tho possessions of this country. Tho most pressing question of this sort just now Is tho acquisition of tho Mexican provlnco of Lower California Two bills now aro pending In Congress which provldo for tho purchaso of a part or tho wholo of this vast territory. Tho peninsula of Lower California is 7C0 miles long and is declared by many engineers to bo rich In .mineral resources. Tho wealth th of Its fisheries and tho phenomenal productivity of its soil when Irrigated aro known. Whenover mining operations havo been carried on they haro been successful, but these ventures so far havo bcon comparatively few, although tho territory has been settled for a much longer period than upper California, the present Stato of tho American Union. Proponents of tho project to acquire this territory declares that tho United States would bo greatly benefitted by such ownership. From tlmo to time thero havo been many alarms of Japancso and German occupation of Lower California but duo to clear demonstrations of tho repugnance of tho American Congress to such foreign aggressions tho enterprises havo bcon abandoned, at least for tho tlmo. Supporters of tho plan to purchaso the territory say that tho present Is tho ideal time to make the deal. Mexico, It Is pointed out, is badly In need of money, which tho United States could afford' to pay for tho territory and It also is urged that the Southern republic should bo In a mood to permit this Government to make tho purchase Inasmuch as the do facto Government In Mexico owes much of Its stability to tho recognition of tho United States. Many American Companies have obtained Concessions of millions of acres of Lower California land but havo been forced to give them up, It is alleged, because tho American Government, has not given support to the verso of dosnalr. who neglect them, and who aro as Incapable of Jpvo as an1 Icicle of warmth, often display violent Jealousy. Wo havo all seen these statements so fully and frequently proved that It seems tho height of absurdity to call Jealousy an offspring of lovo. Yes, lovo can and docs often oxtst In all undisciplined heart, where selfishness and passion out of their child, Jealousy, also are allowed' to dwell. Only now and then do we encounter a great soul, which 'has mastered the baser qualities, and learned that per fect lovo means perfect trust, ana that tho highest expression of love is. In desiring its object to bo appreciated and admired by others. To every Jealous man or woman Jealous by nature and by lack of I would advise a half hour every day taken alone for meditation and analysis. "This is a disSay to yourself: ease of my mind. It Is sure death to tho happiness and peace of tho ono I love. It Is death to tho follngs of respect and lovo In that heart for mo. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate of C. M. Barnett deceased, including The Hartford Republican, are hereby notified to present tho sarao to tho undersigned at their Office in Republican Building, Hart ford. Kv.. on or before March 20tn., 1916, or they will be forever barred. Persons knowing themselves to be Indebted to the above named estate by note or otherwise will pleaso call and settle at once as wo aro deslrlous of settling this estate at the'earllest posslblo date. W. S. TINSLEY, . S. T. BARNETT, Richard Sattler, a small merchant of TELLS HOW FRENCH Wuorzburg, was sent to tho' workhouse for nlno months for concealing gold pieces. Miss Laura GENERAL LOST LIFE forty-flv- o Schmidt, wealthy old spinster ot Koenlgschuetto, was sentenced to a flno of $300 and three months ImCORRESPONDENT'S ACCOUNT OF prisonment, because the police found BRAVERY OF OFFICER IN $200 In gold In her possession. ALSACE. Wltcro Ho Found It. "I am so sorry, Mr. Portly," apol ogized tho hostess to her unexpected but Influential guest at dinner, "but I havo no checso in the house." "Pray, do not mention It, Mrs. Plilpps," smiled tho genial old boy. "I am sure" His compliment was Interrupted by tho appearance of the small son of his hostess at his side, bearing a piece of cheese upon a plate. "Well, now, that Is very kind of you, llttio man," he said, as the child stood there, delightedly watching "You knew him swallow the t. moro than your mother that time. Whero did you find tho cheese?" The youngster Intently watched the last morsel disappear before ho answered. "I found It in tho rat trap!" ho proudly asserted. Chicago News. a Durocs For Sole. For $9 1 will sell you a 5 months old pig that you can't buy from the Pig Breeder for less than $20. If you don'U, believe mo write for pedigree, also breed Sows, Guilts and White Wyandotte chickens and eggs. R. E. BARRETT, Beaver Dam, Ky. tlt-bl- HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After tt m n Fta Yeari f Discmrafkf Cart Lpndon, March 4. An engllsh correspondent with tho French forces, writing of the late Gen. Scrret, says: 'Recently a division stationed in Alsace was placed under his orders, and it was thero that ho gained his reputation as Thomme du Tho summit of tho hill was taken, lost, retaken, lost again and finally retaken again. "Every ono who knew Serret merely smiled when It was announced that tho Germans had gained a trench or two on the slopes ot tho "It don't matter," they would invariably reply: "Serret will capture It again tomorrow." CeidUioM, Mrs. Bollock had gotten so weak I could not and I gave up in despair. I At last, my husband got me taking a bottle tff cow-men- ced UpfeDespav. HubiJ Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I it prom the very Irft Cam to Rescue. I could tell it was helping me. I dose, can now walk two miles without Mr tiring me, and am doing alt y work." Ky.-- In an Interesting letter Catron, If you are all run down from womaalf from this place, Mrs. Bcttle Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tontc. It has helped this time, l,could only sit up for a little more than a million women, In Its 99 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and shoutf all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist htff sold Cardui for years. He knows whs In my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Writ tat Chitunaon M.lMn. Ov. ( soon confined to my bed again. After 1 "In the last German counter-attac- k Administrators. - ADOPT NEW AEROPLANES German Prisoners Tell of Record of New Machines. Two Gorman airmen, who in foggy weather came down behind the French lines and were made prisoners have given to a correspondent of the Temps some details about tho German air servlco and the new Fokker ma chines now In use along the front. For some tlmo past flying along tho front has bocome less necessary ow ing to tho fact that the lino has beon thoroly photographed, and an occas flight enables ional reconnaissance any alternations to" be noticed without dlfflculty. One of tho officers said: "Wo have splendid machines. My Dllot. who has been with the same squadron for six montns, has not seen an apparatus changed because of wear, nor has'he had a single motor mishap. Both tho Rumpler Taubo and tho Jeannln are out of favor at present, and even before tho war our authorities preferred biplanes. We have several flying planes now. One of them Is a huge machine driven by two motors, with a speed of about thirty-fiv- e mlle3 an hour and armed with two machine guns. This craft has not given tho results expected from It, and Its construction Is being slowed down. "Tho Fokker is the fashionable machine of the moment. It is now being built at Sch.wlenlgen, where Fokker, who until ho designed this typo of machine had received no contract from the Ministry of War, had established his works. These battleplanes are not grouped In squadrons, but act along the front on orders of the aviation direction." Tho German air squadron consists of six aeroplanes and two reserve machines. Of tho six, two aro craft, two carry out reconnaissance work, and two aro fighting planes. Each squadron ias eight or nine observers and eight pilots, and each aeroplane has thr,ee mechanics. Eight motor cars and ten, or twelve motor trucks aro attached to each squadron, tho staff of which numbers beEach tween 120 and 130 men. army has an aviation director, who receives, orders direct from tho aviation headquarters in Berlin. Tho prisoners stato that a largo stock of Incendiary bombs has been sent back from the front and replaced by explosive bombs, which are known in tho army as carbonlto bombs. Paris, March 4. he was anxious to go down Into the front trenches on tho Blopes of,' tho hill to see for himself how the Advisory Dept.. Chstunoors. Tsnn.. for BpieSm battle was going on. Ho was never book. Jnitructtoruen your cuesndM-ps- s that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Trutsstnt fer Weasa." mm la lla wrioper. Bsmt life, so happy as when ho risked his J and ono of his Colonels, who has been four times mentioned In army orders, and who was his most faithful SJsMSBaJessjsiesBe second, told me that many times he had had to pull Gen. Serret out of a place of imminent danger by his coat-tail- s, since all expostulation was useless. "On this occasion as he was going Invents New Aeroplane. forward, tho enemy opened a very Berne, March 4. Rudolph Wyss, Violent leu de barrage, but the Gen engineer, has constructed a eral was not to bo stopped by the a Swiss Tho new type of a war aeroplane. German shells. "Tant pis" Be said near w " Ba,d ? bo able, t0 to his officers, who urged him to 1 to carry a had ly 200 miles an hour wait until tho bombardment pounds. The inf H,e nd ac,in i,ed wi,n ,ne 1 down, "I'm going on." He went weight of 1,500 died ventor has been negotiating with the fre of fine inspiration and followed w.ssWS forward, and a shell, bursting on a by 2SO short stories of adventure, 1 WsaaK1 government, hut he was notrench near him, wounded him in French by tified the Swiss authorities that three places. One of his wounds machine to one of the cost him his leg, while a second even- the sale of his belligerent Powers could not be pertually led to his death." mitted as It might be considered a violation of neutrality. Real Estate For Sole. xi'fcyiBiW'u'1 NBgYOUTITS COMMION c the ventures. Many members of Congress feel tlmo In acquiring Lower California, believing that it will provo as desirable a possession as. Alaska. that the United States should lose no ' Good for Colds. and Glycerine aro Honey, Pine-Trecognized cold remedies.. In Dr. these are comBell's bined with other cough medicine In a pleasant syrup. Dr. Bell's quickly stops your cough, checks your cold, soothes irritation of the throat. Excellent for young, adult and aged. Its ono of the best cough syrups made. Formula on every bottle. You know Just what you are taking and your doctor knows its good for coughs and colds. Insist on Dr. Bell's 2 Only 25c, at druggists. ar oy Pino-Tar-Hon- SAYS JEALOUSY IS SPECIES OF INSANITY "Can you suggest a method whero- by ono can be cured of that species called Jealousy?" Yet all themes aro old, but thero aro ever new audiences, as theso letters of Inquiry provo. Jealousy is the offspring of solf-isune- fire-cont- rol ss related to love. Whenever a man or woman lover Is Jealous, tho feeling eithpas- and passion. It is in no way , When I speak of Jealousy I mean that unreasoning emotion which a look, a word, a common courtesy shown by .another to a third party produeds. Many peoplo refer to tho natural feollnc of wounded lovo and dignity which dlsloyallty or noglect from of dear ono produces Jealousy. It Is not oven remotely related to that Ignoble sentiment.. If a man never pays his wlfo a compliment, If he neglects her and finds fault with her upon every occasion, but Is free In tho flattery and praises of other women, It Is not "Jealousy" which embitters her mind, tt Is slighted affection and hurt pride. Jealousy is Just wha,t my correspondent calls it, a species, of Insanity resulting from an overwhelming selflove. I have seen, scores of men who did not love their wives at all, yet who othwere monsters of Jealousy If any tb,em attention. er man showed ImIt was tho did not care for tho hay, pulse. They hut nothing else must touch it, women who nag their husbands to springs, not from lovo, but from er the selfishness or tho animal sions in the heart. Tho Great War. Johnny had Just started learning history and very proud of himself ho was. Ono evening as ho sat studying his losson ho thought ho would test his grandfather's knowledge of tho subject, so ho askod; "Grandpa, do you know what great Thn old man raised his head from tho evening paper and looked thought fully at the lad. Then a sudden iigm came into his oyes. '.'Why," sold he, "that was tho year I married your grandmother!" -- e . warbrokooutlnl8G0?" CA8.TQ.RIA OhildTen Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Manhattan, Kan., February28. Chicks hatch in sacks on the Agricultural College Poultry Farm. On the s eighteenth day after the hen is set the eggs are put in individual mosI.t u nd you Three Current Issues quito netting sacks. This is done so FREE. Inclose this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year request. that when the chicks hatch each one not 12. Those who subscribe now. sending will stay with his shell. tee 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will day tho chicks On the twenty-secon- d for 1815, will receive The Companion get in any of the monthly Home FREE. are taken out of the incubator and magazines. unsacked. Each shell has a number SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE . on It tho number of the hen that laid the egg. This number' is placed THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH READ AND APPRECIATE on tho records. A numbered band ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $3.75. YOUR OWN JEWELER is put on the chick and recorded with the former number. All records ot Glasgow, Feb. 28. Because near- tho egg production and fertility of ly every available skilled mechanic tho parentage of the chicks are comphas been called up to work on muni- lete. In this way, the inferior fowls tions and shells for the men at the can be weeded out and an improved , front, local Jewelers and watchmak- line produced. ers announce that they will not un..... Republican and Louisville Herald dertake to repair watches unless In MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. The gold cases and of special value, and The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at v. 1.75 Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. then only at two months notice. W. D. Newton, Plaintiff, '. e 1.60 The Republican and Home and Farm vs. . ' Trachoma Clinic Closes. H. T. Hobbs, Defendant. Inquirer 1.7eT Madlsonvllle, Ky;. March 4. A, By virtue of Judgment and order The Republican and clinic for the treatment of tra- of sale ot the Qhlo Circuit Court, free 3.50 choma, unique In the history of Hop- rendered at the February term, 1916, The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald sum of cause County, held by physicians of In the above interestfor the rate ot kins 8.50 at the $260.00 with The republican ana uauy uwensooro inquirer Madlsonvlllo ot the Y. M. C. A.,-- clos- 6 per cent per annum from the 22nd O'boro Messenger 1.71 Fifty cases were examin- day of August, 1910, until paid, and The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k ed with like ed for treatment and Dr. T. L. Bailey, the further sunvof $ day of 191 , L75 who led in the work, performed Interest from the following predlts: The Republican and Kentucky "Farmer subject to the Miss twelve or fifteen operations. ofNone, and all costs herein, I will 1.30 Henry, acting county nurse, assist- fer for sale by public auction at The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... Fords-villed In the work. Monday and Tues- Charley Mason's Livery Barn, .... 1.50 Ky., the 25th day of March, The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. similar day Dr. Bailey conducted 1916, about 1 o'clock p. m upon a work In Muhlenberg county. Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 credit of Three Months, tho following The -- t property, Four described To Colonize Soldiers . ,v mules; one gray mare mule about Wellington, N. Z., March 4. The 14 hands high and 15 years old, New Zealand government has mado named Kit; one bay mare mulo such progress with Its schemo for set- about 14 hands high and 17 years tling returned soldiers on tho land old, named Buck; one black maro 7 and hands 'that numerous large areas have al mulo 15 Maud; high, bayyears oldmulo horse one set aside and several of named hands high, 4 years old and ready been 14 tho new "colonies" aro ready for oc- named Pat, or sufficient thereot to THE cupation. 8EWINQ produce tho sums of money ordered e to bo mado. MACtMNK Has Cistern Full of Cider. o The purchaser will he required to OP Ind., March 5. Albert execute bond with approved security .Princeton, QUALITY. cistern immediately after sale. F. Dougan has a This 24th day of February, 1,916. brimming full of good ap'plo elder. OTTO C. MARTIN, Handicapped by lack of barrels and 35t3 Master Commissioner. NOT the Immensity of his apple crop, Mr. Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. SOLO " Dougan had a cistern constructed. It ''Was 'your garden a success last UNDER was well lined with concrete and a ANY year?" OTHER heavy coating of paraffin was placed my neighbor's "Vory much so, NAME. Feeliright all tho tlmo. Don't lay off over tho concrete. Then ho started from work for days by taking: calomel making the elder with his big mill, a chickens took first prlzo at the poulkecpa yo when pleasant WARRANTED pipe carrying the elder from the press try show." time. on your feet, while relieving your trou directly into tho cistern, whore tho If you purchaso the NEW HOME you will Jo. Safer too; and easy to take. Don't The Aches of House Cleaning. have a life asset at the price you pay, and will take anything1 else. You can't afford paraffin coating keeps the apple Juice The pain and soreness caused by not havo an endless chain of repair. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysfresh and sweot and prevents fertem and relieves constipation. A nat and straining mentation, He pumps the elder from bruises, ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure during bousocjeanlng''tlme aro sooththo cistern, the same, as watert in its effect and certain in results. It " No H will ed away by Sloan's Liniment. CoBudent! won't be long before "Si I ." I completely displace calomel in ever need to suffer this agony. Just apProsecute Gold Misers. it the home., Children can take it freely an Berlin, March 4. The German au- ply Sloan's Liniment to tho sore spots with perfect safety. Every bottle guar Cheapest jMJk-Ht- tj have started the prosecu- rub only a little. In a short time tho thorities anteed. SOoand $1 in bottles. None gold pain leaves, you rest comfortably and without the likeness and elsna tion of all persons hiding the satheead genuine L. K. Grigsby. For salo by ture of instead ot turning it over to the enjoy a refreshing sleep. Ono gratetEPsjiW to buy. In Boebltngen Wuert-tember- ful user writes: "Sloan's Liniment is 3. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. Relchbank. a farmer was recently sen- worth Its weight In gold." Keep a write far Ifyoa want a before yoa porcuaee. tenced to eighteen months Imprison- - bottle on hand, use it against all emr latest ment because he burled 11.250 in Soreness, Neuralgia and Bruises. gold coins In the cellar of his house. Kills pain. 25c at your druggist, 2 The-Youth'$2-fo- We have listed with ub one dwelling house In Hartford, including lot and garden, 6 neat and well kept rooms, hall and all necessary out buildings. Water in house and on lawn. Everything in first cUss repair. Just the place for the man who has spent his useful days on the town. farm and wants to move-t- o Just tho place for anyone who desires a home In Hartford. Goes for $360 less than cost, yet everything practically now. Easy payments. TINSLEY & BARNETT, Agts. Hartford, Ky. 32tf Better Than Ever in 1915 CHICKS HATCH IN SACKS AT POULTRY FARM Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Pace, Boys Pagel 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 in the home, i here is no age limit to enthusiasm for Three Current Issues Free Companion. If yon do not know THE COMPANION OUR CLUBBING RATES. fl.3t Twice-a-WeekOwensb- to-da- y. o, to-w- lt: Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI V-VER-- NEW 185-barr- el For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, ax HOME for all , it over-exerti- lis-Ver-I- fflMu WSJij sewing-machine, g, TteNtositniicsyi,ipiit: knLtaJiS' IE .9i' SEEK RECOGNITION OF OLD IRELAND V. S. HIBERNIANS WOULD WARN CAR-HYIN- 18 PRISONERS BURNED TO BEAT i IN TEXAS RELIEVED AMERICANS OFF SHIPS CONTRABAND. G Irr f termed "an Irish declaration of Independence," nppcallng for the recognition of Ireland as a nation by tho powors of tho world, and demanding that Americans bo warned not to travel on ships carrying conby tho traband, were adopted of Irish Freedom, a nationFriends al organisation formed hero yesterday as tho outgrowth of a confer-onc- e called to define tho attitude to-da- y Now York, March 5. Resolutions POWDER Absolutely Pure MadefromCnamofTarfar NO ALUM-- NO ? i Ll I; li' m - Great Britain. "England has for years worked openly and secretly to rewrite our history," tho resolutions declared. Neveraoro strongly than at tho present moment has she been prepared for armed conflict against the United States whenever the moment lor armed action shall seem to her to have arrived. "We call upon tho President and Congress of tho United States to do what Is necessary to place the American flag, oolh on the navy and merchant marine, In a position of equality with the flags of other nations upon the seven seas. "We demand that our neutrality laws shall be enforced with fairness and Impartiality. not alone the Irish race, ,fcnt the enemies of England, realize that for tho peace of the world England must bo deprived of mastery and dominion over Ireland. "Finally, we appeal to the concert of the Powers, and particularly to America, to recognize that Ireland Is a European and not a British Island to appreclatojtbat Its complete Independence fromthe British Empire is vital to the freedom of the seas. "And wo ask in the name of tho Irish race Minconquered and unconquerable for a seat at the congress oLnattons topresent the cause of Ire-- , ' land." Victor Herbert was chosen president In place of Justice John W. "To-da- which It Is contended Irishmen In this country should assume toward PHOSPHATE grad, and six of them have been cupied by the Czar's troops. oc- Tuesday. Franco. After vigorously shelling the region between Bethlncourt and the Mcuse, tho Germans In a strong Infantry attack captured the village of Forges, northeast of Verdun. In several attempts to debouch from tho, village against the Cote de L'OIe they were driven back. The right and left flanks of the French were attacked in the region between Mont Tetu and Maisons de Champagne. England. Three men, four women and five children wero killed and thirty-on- e other persons Injured In a Zeppelin raid on England. Wednesday. joff, who declined to serve because of his advanced age. The speakers included James Smith, of Lowell, JUass.; Tflrs. Ellen Ryan Jolly, of Pawtucket, It. I.; Joseph McLaughlin, of Philadelphia, national president of the Ancient Order of Hibernians; Matthew Cummings, of Boston; Hugh O'Neill and" Miss Jose-DhtHcGarry, of Chicago, and Judge John P. J. Mulcahy, of Butte, ne Mont. 'The circumstances under which the-- Hon. Jqhn W. McCulloch was elected late at night, or early In t.he morning, after the State Convention Is to be regretted. We are strictly neutral as between him and A. T. Mert, who Is reported to be a candidate for the place. Either will serve faithfully and well he party which 'honors him. We are Inclined to the opinion ithat the meeting of a majority of the delegates at the Seelbach which elected Mr. McCulloch will be !y him and his friends at 'Chicago after the credentials of the delegates have been passed upon by the Credentials Committeo of the National Convention. If a majority has already decided on Mr. McCulloch, they will most likely verify their decision when they reach Chicago and have been duly accepted as the legal party representatives to perform the functions of their office. FRUSSELL. In the British House of Spencer Commons, Col. Winston Churchill, former First Lord of the Admiralty, has taken issue with A, J. Balfour, the present First Lord, and has charged that the Admiralty lacks driving power and needs more vitality. Col. Churchill came direct from the trenches to sound a note of warning. He predicted that since the outbreak of the war the German fleet, would be found to have been greatly augmented, and he expressed tho hope that the British programme of construction had been carried out to the full requirement. Ho clearly Intimated, however, that It had not been. Col. Churchill also urged the reappointment of Baron Fisher to the Admiralty to revitalize and animate that department. Balfour reported that the navy had been increased 1,000,000 'tons. France. Increased German attacks northwest of Verdun resulted in the gaining of a foothold in the Corbeaux wood at heavy cost. The village of Fresnes, In the Woevre, southeast of Verdun, was captured. All other attacks were repulsed. Mad-lsonvll- le England. KIRK WAS STARTED on March tho 22nd, 1904, by E. F. Render, which deed Is of record in deed book 35, folio 342, Ohio CounMATCH IN GASOLINE. ty Court Clerk's Office Lot No. 2. A lot in McIIenry, Ohio county, K., and bounded as folEl Paso, Texas, March 7. There lows: Beginning at a stako on Howard Wero eighteen victims of tho explos- street, running Soutli 75 feet; thenco ion Into yesterday afternoon at the I, West 40 feet: tnonco north 75 foci.; city Jail dead early this morning. then-ieast 40 Tcot to tho beginning. n portion of tho lnnd deeded to Several more deaths are oxpected, as by a result of fire, which started from S. J Ticlu'nrr 9th, E. F. Render and In 1902, wife. Marrh containing a solution ('.ecd book 24, pngo 251, recorded a large tub Ohio Counused to exterminate germ carrying ty Court Clcrlt'b ofllco, or a sufficienvermin, exploded in tho city Jail cy thereof to pioduce tho sums cf Many of tho victims money ordered to be made. late today. Tho thoroughly saturated with tho cxecuto purchaser will be required to were bond with approved security solution when the flames enveloped Immediately after sale and a lien them, and their cries of agony wero will ho retained as further security. This 6th day of March, 1916. heard by a great crowd which asOTTO C. MARTIN, jail. sembled outside the Master Commissioner. 36t3 Surgeons said tonight tho 'death H. P. Taylor, Attorney. probably would reach twenty, list and many of thq injured would not MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. live more than a few hours. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. When a burst of flame blew out Mary Render, Plaintiff, doors, a nuniber of the windows and vs. the victims dashed into the streets J. H. Napier and Mary Napier, De- fendanti. afire from head to foot, ono of tho of Judgment and order victims, a verltablo torch, plunging of By virtue the a Ohio Circuit Court, salo of through tho Jagged remains of a londered at the February Term, window, gained the Jail roof,-- , where 1916, in the above cause for tho sum ho expired. A number of prisoners of $33.00, with Interest at tho rate the Albert Curies, of of 6 per cent per annum from paid, were blinded. 13th day of March, 1914, until seriously burned. Louisville, was with and the further sum of ?- To substantiate tho report that like Interest from tho day of , subject to the following 191 one of the prisoners had caused the blaze, H. G. Bagby, a trusty, tonight credits: None, and all costs herein, by Public Auction named H. M. Cross, whose home was I will offer for sale door In Hartford, at the Court House said to be Davenport, la., as tho on Monday, the 3rd day of April, man who struck a match which start- 1916, about ono o'clock p. m upon ed the fire. Cross was under arrest a credit of six months, the following He died of his injur- described property, for vagrancy. A certain lot or parcel of land lyies, ii ing near Echols, Ohio county, Ken. tucky, being same lot conveyed to J. , TAX NOTICE. F. Porter and wife to J. H. Napier Notice Is hereby given that Taxes on the 2Sth day of April, 1913, and Tor the year 1916, are now duo to recorded in deed book 46, page 11, Ohio County Court Clerk's office, or the Clfy of Hartford. Those desiring sufficient thereof to produce the sums to escape payment of penalties should of money ordered to be made. pay at once, as the penalty goes on Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security all unpaid taxes on April 1st, 1916. immediately after sale. HOOKER WILLIAMS, This 6th day of March, 1916. M, T. of H. OTTO C. MARTIN, - Master Commissioner- 36t3 COMMISSIONER'S SALE. MASTER Heavrin & Kirk, Attorneys. AVIIEN PRISONER DROPPED to-w- lt: i stako; thonco South 28 feet to a stake; thenco West 130 feet to Malu stroot; thenco North with Main strert 128 feet; thence East with tho Hud of the McIIenry Deposit Bank 75 feet to the beginning on Howard street, being a portion of tho land conveyed to S. J. Tlchenor and E. B. Tlchenor Bridging the distance 'twixt ,o you and "anywhere." Tho Bell Telephone, with its 16,000,000 miles of wire, brings millions of people within earshot of your voice. j Many thousand of them, living within fifty or a hundred miles, can be reached for a small toll charge. Are you making use of this vast bridge on your farm, in your home or in your business. There's a profit of time, money or convenience ior you in tne Bell Telephone if you will use it. Grasp the Opportunity! Gall or write the manager y. to-da- . CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCONPO RATIO BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. j DON'T ACCEPT INFORMATION ABOUT OUR SALES From agents of,other houses, but drive to our floor, or call us by telephone and get tho correct order of sales. House open day nnd night. Experienced men. All tobacco Insured for the benefit of tho owners. Best lighted floor in town. Sales as often as any other house. EQUITY HOME WAREHOUSE CO. Incorporated infan-fantr- y i LATEST f - WAR Monday. NEWS (am . The German commerce has returned to a Ger- Germany. raider Moewo man port. She has on board 199 prisoners and 1,000,000" marks In gold bars. Fifteen 'enemy vessels were captured. A Zeppelin raid upon tho northeast coast of England Is reported by London, but no report on tho damage done was made. Tho "Berlin official statement says that(tho avoid unnecessary Germans "to losses" hnvo withdrawn their troops from Frenches taken from the French near the forest of Thlavllle, in Lor- iraine. Trance. Paris reports tho repulse of tho only infantry attack attempted by tho Germaus yesterday near Verdun. One other was started, but checked by tho curtain of flro which o tho French Interposed. In tho region about Fresnes, tho French In jreport a 'terrific bombardment which both sldo3 are holding their Woo-,vr- own. I! fi Jluaslu. Tho, Russians and Germans bavo been fighting desperately for tho possession of fourteen craters uibout llloukst, according to Petro- - W. K. S. In Old Time Form. The W. K. S. boys played the first Y. M. C. A. basket ball team Friday evening, March 3d. The game resulted in a victory for W. K. S. The score was 54 to 14. The game was more Interesting than the score indicated. A feature of the game was the superb team work of the W. K. S. quintet. The boys enjoyed their stay in Madlsonvllle very much and received the best of treatment. Line up as follows: W. K. S. Madlsonvllle ther security. M. Barnes, f B. Hoffman, f This March Gth. 191C. , L. Hoffman, f Davis, f OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 36t3 Ramsey c P. Barnes, c Woodward, Crowe, RIngo, Glenn j Bowmer, g Plrtlei g & Simmerman, Attorneys. I Michael, g Thomas, g Sigsby McKlnney officiated. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. The following accompanied the Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. team: Orvillo Hodges, David Barnes, Life Insurance' Co., nay Faught, Arthur Creel; Coach Plaintiff, Rev. W. C. Frank. vs. o 3. J. Tlchenor, Defendant. By virtue of n judgment and order MAV . TAKE OVER CENTRAL of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the February Term, 1910. In the above cause for the sum Lexington, ICy March 7. After of SI. 200.00 with Interest at tho a through Investigation Is made of rato of 6 per cent per annum from tho tho outstanding busluess o'f the Cen 6th day of October, 1914, until paiu, further sum of $1,200.00 tral Life. Insurance Company, now In and thoper cent Interest per annum with 6 tho hands of a receiver, by officers of from tho 6th. day of October, 1914, the Life Company of until paid, and tho further sum "of Louisville, this company likely will $1,200.00 with Hue interest from bo authorized to take over the Cen- the 0th day of October, 1914, until paid, and the further sum of $1,200.- tral's business on an equitable basis. 00 with like interest from the otn One factor Is the status of tho Greg day of October, 1914, until paid aud ory collateral v loans. President W. the further sum of n.zuu.uu wim II. Gregory gave notes to the Central liko lntorest from the 0th day of October. 1914, until paid Life during his presidency for ap- cost herein, I will offer for and all sale by proximately $40,000, secured by publlo auction to (he highest and best stock of tho Citizens' Life Insurance bidder at the court House uoqr in Company, of which he was then at- Hartford, on Monday, tho 3rd day of o'clock p. m. tempting to secure controt to merge April, 1916, about131 ana upon a credit of o, is montus, with tho central. tho following described property; Upon the merger of tho Citizens Two tracts or lota of land in Mc with the tho collat- IIenry, Ohio county, Ky., with all the appurtenances thereto belonging, eral was exchanged for described as follows; Btock collateral, now deposited bounded and beginning at a point on Lot No. 1, with tho State Treasurer, a3 an asset Howard street, at the north-ea- st of tho defunct Central Life. Stock- boundary Hue of tho McIIenry Deposare it Bank and running East 262 feet to holders of the thence South 158 feet to willing to purchase the Gregory a stone;thence West 165 feet to a a stake; notes-- to increase their holdings of 17 feet to a 8 take; thence South stock. 35 feet to a stake; thence Wes Inter-Southern INTER-SOUTHERN Inter-Southern Inter-Southern, Inter-Southern Iner-SoutheInter-Southe- Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Mary E. Greer, ct al., Plaintiffs, vs. B. F. Greer, et a.r Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order it sale directed to me In tho above jtyled cause entered ut the Februa-- y term, 1916, of the Ohio Circuit 2ourt, for the purpose of maintaiu-n- g and furnishing support to the ilaintiff, Mar7 E. Greer, and the pay-n- g of any debts against tho estate of oamuel W. Greer, and a division between the heirs of the said Samuel W. Greer, I will offer for sale at public auction to tho highest and best bidder on a credit of six and twelve months at the Court House door In Hartfrd, Ky., on Monday, April the 3rd, 1916, about tho hour 1 o'clock p. m., tho following described property: A tract of land In Ohio county, Kentucky, on South Panther .Creek, bounded as follows: Beginning at a sycamore and box 'alder, upper corner of the land laid 11 off for Barnett; thenco East, passing Barnett's corner at 14 poles, in all 202 poles to. a, sugar tree and two beeches; thenco North 78 E 162 poles to a white oak near Taylor's path; thenco North 11 W. 234 poles to two white oaks, black ;um and dogwood in the bend of Panther creek: thence down the reek to the beginning, containing 210 acres, more or less. .Being tho 3ame land purchased by Samuel H. Greer from John R. Ralph. Tho purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and sufficient jurety immediately after tho sale, md a Hen will be retained for fur- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court", Kentucky. Thomas J. Smith. Banking Com'r. 604 E. Main St. OWENSBORO, KY. Cumb.Phono293 OPPOSITE BELL HOTEL. Home Phono 388 et al., Plaintiffs, et al., Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale entered in the above cause at the February, 1916, term of the Ohio Circuit Court, for tho sum of $412.50 with Interest thereon nt the rato of 6 per cent per annum from July tho first, 1915, until paid, and all cost of the above styled action and the cost of this sale, I will offer for sale at the Court House door in Hartford, to the highest and best bidder on Monday, the 3rd day df April, 191G, on a credit of six and twelve months the following 'described property or a sufficiency thereof to make the said sums of money, a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Ohio County, Kentucky, and bounded, as follows: Beginning at a black gum and two dogwoods, T. TO. Hamilton's Southwest corner; thence South 10 E. 92 poles to a forked beech, (to S. A. corner; thence with Woodward's Barbour's old line North 80 E. 138 poles to a beech and white oak stump; thence 62 poles to a stone, Hamilton's corner; thence with his lino West 152 poles to tho beginning, containing 69 acres, more or less. Being' the same land Inherited by S. A, Woodward and Minnie L. Woodward and in part conveyed to them by Anna A. Webb and Robert Webb by deed recorded in deed book 20, page 150, Ohio County Court Clerk's S. A. Woodward, office. Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bond with good and sufficient security immediately after the sale. This March Gth, 1916. OTTO C, MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 36t3 G. If. Cary, Attorney. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Dan T. Wilson, Plaintiff, vs. C. S. Moxley, et al., Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the February Term, 1916, in tho above cause for the sum of $57.00, with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annunf from the 24th day of April, 1914, until paid, of $60.74 with and the further-suliko Interest from tho 24th day of April, 1914, subject to tho following credits: $8.00 paid on $57.00 note on August 24th, 1914, and all costs herein, I will offer for sale by Public Auction at tho Court House door In Hartford, on Monday, tho 3rd day of April, 1916, about ono o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six and twelve months, the following described property, First Tract. Beginning at a stone In tho N. W boundary line' of the Bantlst Church lot: thenco running a north course with Church street 346 feet to a stone on the South side of tho public or county road, leading from Hartford, Ky., to Leltchfield, Ky.: thenco with said road an east course sixty feet to sl .stone; thenco turning and running parallel with first lino 240 feet to, a stone; thence a southwest course 31 feet to a stone; thenco turning more westwards 27 feet, passing the N, E. corner of Church lot, the same course of tho line of the Church lot, 21 feet, to the beginning, containing 19,499 square feet, more or less. Second Tract Beginning at a to-w- lt: tract; thenco with the south line of same S. 83 W. 47.67 chains to their southwest cornor, a stake or stono In the center of tho road; thence with said road S. 9 E. 24.25 chains to tho beginning. Containing 107 $ ncres, more or less, but out of which Is excepted and not conveyed a certain two acre tract conveyed out of the southwest corner of tho above boundary by Ell Dodson to John T. King, by deed dated January 3, 1895, and of record in tho Ohio County Clerk's ofllco In deed book 15, pago 42, and except also ubouUone aero used as a burying ground marked and enMASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. closed by a fence and a right of way to same, leaving 104 Vi acres, more Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. or less, in which the parties of tho E. P. Barnes & Brother, Plaintiffs, first part convey all their Interest. vs. Tho samo being tho remainder bf L. B. Loney, et al Defendants. tho tract of land conveyed to the said By virtue of a Judgment and order Julia A. Mayflold by Roy P. Stateler of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, ren- and wife, by tho deed abovo set Ot-- ' dered at the February Term, 19 1C, ' left after conveying out of it the in the above causo for the sum of acre tract, to tho said A. L. and Ka$62.07, with interest at the rate of. tie Mayfield as above state'd. 6 per cent per annum from the 2nd j Doing a part of the land sold and day of January, 1915, until paid; and i convoyed to decedent by Roy P. with liko Stateler on November 13, 1908, and tho further sum of $ day of Interest from tho which deed Is of record In deed bq fcr following cred- -' 36, page 133, Ohio County Court 191, subject to thocosts Its iNone, and all herein, I Clerk's ofllco, or sufficient thereof to will offer for sale by Public Auction produce the sums of money ordered at tho Court House door In Hartford, to bo made. on Monday, tho 3rd day of April, Tho purchasor will be roqulrcd to 1916, about ono o'clock p. m., upon executo bond with approved security a credit of throe months, tho follow- immediately after sale. ing described proporty, This 6th day of March, 191C. Ono black mare, 13 years old; ono OTTO C. MARTIN, bay mare, rjght hind foot white, 10 36t3 Master Commissioner. years old; one top buggy, cloth linHeavrin & Kirk, Attorneys. ed, or sufficient thereof to produqo the sums of money ordered to 'bo MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. mado. The purchaser will be required to Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. execute bond with approved security Christian Starnor, &c Plaintiffs, , Immediately after salo. . vs. Sale. This 6th day of March, 1916. Mary E. Summoy, &c, Defendants. OTTO C. MARTIN. By vlrtuo of a Judgmont nnd order 36t3 Master Commissioner. of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court ren. Ernest Woodward, Attorney. dered at tho February term, 1916, in tho abovo styled action, for tho MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE,.,1 purposo of. a division and tho allotting of dower Interest to tho defendOhio Circuit Court, Kentucky. ant, Mary E. Bcnuott, I will offer (or J. IL'Ridgeway, Plaintiff, salo by public auction at tho Court vs. liouso door in Hartford, Ohio CountC. M. Barnett, Admr., et al., Defend y,- Kentucky, on Monday, tho 3rd ants. day of April, 1916, botwoon tho By virtue of a Judgment and order hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. ra., upon or saio oi tne uino circuit court, a credit of six months, tho following rendered at tho February Term, described property, t: 1916, In tho above cause for tho sum or parcel of ground located of $446.01, with Interest at tho rato on tho waters of Qreon River In Ohio of 6 pqr cent per annum from tho county, Kentucky, and bounded as 5th day of October, 1915, until paid, follows: with and the further sum of $ Beginning at a stone cornor to.Lot day of like interest from1 the No. 1; thence with river N. 01 E. , subject to tho following cred191 19 poles to a stono, corner to lot its: None, and all costs herein, I will No. 3; thence S. 63 272 poles to a sdle by PubllcAuctlon at the stone; thence S. 31 offer for W. 50 poles to Court House door In Hartford, on a stone, corner to lot No. 1; thenco Monday, the 3rd day of April, 1916, N. 46 V. 286 poles to the beginabout ono o'clock p. m upon a ning, containing about fifty-nin- e credit of three months, tho following acres, t: described property, Tho purchasor will be required to lntorest In the execute bond with good and sufllclent An undivided following described land: surety, bearing Interest from date of Beginning at a stake with an ash sale at the rate of 6 percent per an Tflncyl tinnna nnltiini nnrnflf in .Tnhn num, anu a iten wju be retained w N, 83 E. 35.60 gunter chains to an ' on the Bald tract of land Aa fiirthe oak stump; thence with J. V, Dod- - security. son'i line, N. 80 E. 11.94 chains to This, the 0th day of March, 191ti a rock, corner to said Dodson in J. OTTO C. MARTIN. . King's line; thence with his jlne N. j 36t3 Master Commissioner. . .. v v ,i. v. swuv ,w. r Wllkins, Attorney. l's nt to-w- lt: double black oak pole, Payton's corner; thence a soutli, course 184 feet to a stone; thenco an east course 230 feet to a stone; thence a north course 262 feet to a stone in line; thenco with said line 151 feet to the beginning .containing one acre, inoro or less, or sutfl-clethereof to produco the sums of money ordered to bo made. Tho purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security immediately after sale. This Gth day Of March, 1S1G. OTTO C. MARTIN, 36t3 Master Commissioner. Ernest Yoodward, Attorney. In Dodson's lino nnd southeast corner .of A. L. nnd Katlo Mayflold's - to-wl- A-l- to-wi- 3-- 10 n... I ,,y Wa-lke- , g :w&i il;QvMUmvtYi!&;M u. w..f i. uamrOTjiMiny y ..... .f.