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The Hartford republican: March 17, 1916 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 hao1916031701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 17, 1916 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. yT ' - .- fY--""- ' Tf '4 4 - X Z)c Fine Job Work. f f. aWC!! jMtJJIIUIILllll. WMMmMi , 'if '. ii i in. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF All THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY ' Subscription $l per Yar vol, xxyiii. KENTUCKY BOYS READY TO MARCH op k. three regiments servIcen. o. prepared for IN MEXICO. HERTFORD, OHIO CQUNTT; KY. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, .1916. wp and forty who-hav-e No.3T FRENCH SOLDIER . had nine years , or more service.' WILL RECRUIT TO If, P ft II V, H I U AVI? U1V. UAf JW1 A PAT Vv T Full Strength For Speedy Assera-;- ,, bllag If Troable Getf' Wow ' Oa The Border. FOR MAN HUNT FULL STRENGTH day that the boys of Company H to be called Into serwere anxious vice and that practically every man would volunteer. In the company APPROXIMATELY 20,000 MEN TO EXPEDITION FOR. CAPTURE OF ' This is one of the best companies in VUJjA READY FOR JOURBE ADDED TO THE U.' S. guard and if called upon Is sure the NEY INTO. MEXICO. FORCE. FIGHTING to give a good account of itself. Many of the members are former regulars and others have had from six to nine years of experience in the mill -- CONGRESS PASSES ACT CENSORSHIP TIGHTENED . . .. .. ...Wit. w - - ffiiow. iiTa in he rural districts and are accustomed to physical labors. Capt. DeWese! Only One vote Opposed to Act Per- - Sjiovemcnt of Troops .Will Be Kept T Secret No' Moving Pictures " will take command of the company Mlttlng President to Fill Out To Be Taken. if ordered into service, y Skeleton Reglmeats. i-- ConTpnny H Anxloa. Lieut. C. B. Shown said Wednes- who hurried out of hero yesterday In the belief that the crossing was about to be effected; returned disappointed. They reported that. Gen. Persuing, in command of the expedition, had issued positive orders that no pictures cbuld be taken. COUNTY BONDS FLOATED YEARLY SAVING OF 1,000 SURVIVES VOLLEY LEFT FOR DEAD BY FDUKeT SQUAD HE RECOVERS AND REGAINS HEALTH. Arrangements were completed hero en last Monday by which Ohio, coun ty floated 15 6 per cent, REFDSEtfTdCARiVFLAG interest bearing bonds to the amount of $48,000, which covers all of the county's outstanding interest bearing indebtedness, ex- French prisoner Wonld Not Carrjr Gemma' Emblem And Was cepting, approximately 4,000. Well- 20-ye- semi-annu- al Hartford Boy la Border Scrap. Mrs: Mayworth" Barnard has re ceived a letter from her son, Charlie Mexican border for garrison duty, Barnard, giving details of the Villa and probabilities are inai a numuer rnm on uoiurauus, lezas, uuu iu f regiments will be needed, Ken- - fighting that followed. He Is a memtucky's brigade will bo In the first Der of the Thirteenth Cavalry which kplayed such an Important part in the dMtt. And should an order to mobilize skirmish. Young Barnard came out ssae at any hour today4 three( without a scratch. He states In his regtaumta recruited, above inspection , letter that the dead bandits were atregth could entrain for 4ho south- - ( hauled away by wagon loads after Furth- - the fighting. west before noon tomorrow. It is supposed that the Thirteenth brigade would bo one of eraoro.thls by now the few In the United States which Cavalry la far Into Mexico Villa. Mr. army equipment from their hunt for tho outlaw, have of mess cups to escort wagons ready to Barnard was formerly: a member Company H the local mtlltla organ. . bo loaded. hope he The best national guard ofany itatlon. His friends here Kentucky mil- - will bag a nice string of greasers be- state of the south.the ltla has been regaraea as n wub- m m. . dependence over since the Mexgency TAFT OBJECTS ican problem has involved possible inniion. Two years ago, when the situation became acute, It was re-- xo Brandels Beta, oa The Sapreaie Coart Beach'. garded as a certainty that should any . iui.i... ? tva.Mnvtnn Mtrrh 14. Former order. It was pointed.. out then that president Taft and six other former . . jha .a .lua . u..o- wo iw tta,ft A presidents 01 A. auenwu, TW .MA. the complete equipn-eat Fort Thomas would be available ctatloa today protested to' the senate .against confirmation for Its use. nt th nomination of Louis D. Bran- Inspection Significant. in.nimii of the last year or ni tnr ttio Snrireme Court. The Simon E. Baldwin, Amra Tiavn been significant of a tacit nthnra were tindprstandlng at" Washington that Vrancls RawWNfoseph H. ChoateJ Kentucklans would, be first "called, EHhu Root, Moorfleld Story .and to the colors'' If the national guard Peter W. Meldrim. The first six sent a lotter stating should be required for patrol duty or to supplement expeditions across mo ihi lmv foot "under ,the oalnful nfflrom have not been ,!.. tnnav in vnn that In tholr ooln- ti asked what equipment they had, but ion,taklng Into view the reputation,. u ! ui character ana proiesaiuimi have been asxea 10 snow u. spectlons have embraced tho mlnutla mn Louis D. Brandels, he. la not a , at person to be a member of the su- of even watcnes and compasses. As a result of these Inspections promo court of the United- States." Mr. Meldrim wrote from Savannah, thero Is no doubt but what the War jiy reason for refusing to ap- Department Is advised of Kentucky's Qa: woo that thn Tpniltfttlon of Mr. ....n.n.. tn mnhlllT.n and move on Assuming that need Brandels at his home bar 'makes him short notice. for garrison forces 'Will be an lm- - an unflj person Xo be appointed, mediate consequence of the punitive j Dotn letters were read to the com ..njnun. uvw Mnvlrn.nrtibabllltles , miAA ini.i tiv Aimton- G. Fox. atIUIIVVQ VACUIklUUII intn .w - iB .VJ "JnnnmlMnn to the con- .A .!. no tho. that thA three rcelments will "'be transported at onco to flrmatlon at the reopening of public Brownsvnio, Texas, or bouw . hearings. :r(wft,l , ; , m border post, inis mspaicu wouiu possible in this state because of tho Death of Mr. Wni. H. Williams. Mtallablllty of equipment, and in Tho funeral ot Mr. William H asMtatates the lack of present equip Williams, who died .At'.his home In it 'would force troops into a mo- - the (when nelchborhood about 4 'MHsatle camp until It could be pro - o'clock Sunday morning, was held at "vMed. the Goshen church Sunday afternoon, Assembly Potato. conducted by the Rev. Creal, pastor state trooos ...i. nn..ii bo sent, the Kentucky tm included In the first M m -- ee - n.nn "( . - I rvo . nv - r - - I Tn l, TIitnrA Hontlot hnroh rrlia Thlpil roclnmnt nmhahlV WOUld be assembled at Paducah, Bowling. ftrmfint followed in the. Goshen' cem Green or Hopklnsvllle, and the First etery. Death was "the reauifr of and Second, would do momuzea in pneumonia and complications. As soon as they were Lexington. Mr. Williams was one of Ohio n' tliolf nrav roorltltlne nftlCerS WOUld ' U..I .,, mna Mirliltt oa. .... i a per' cent of Impediments could bo The brigade's efficiency Is far abovo tho average, and the rating PADUCAH BOY BITTEN which army ofllcers give Kentucky BY' PET ANTEATER timber would afford these troops prestlgo that few contingents would Paducah, Ky March 14. John cxpocti Thero has for many years Voight, sixteen years old, was at"boen a big welcome sign for army tacked and bitten- - by a pet anteatcr tecrults from this commonwealth. at his home here Sunday evening. Another distinguishing character- He was feeding the anlmal.when it istic of the Kentucky guard Is that a became 'mad and Imbedded is teeth very large percentage ot the soldiers In the fleshy part of bis right leg. are former regulars. In companies TlA A Mlmal MAB Tr1lS11 CtYt f tA 4 W. Jrom the eastern part of the Btate j yearfl Bg0 ttom tne gouth. . the veterans are in the majority ,and New Order. there is a liberal sprinkling ot them Deputy Clerk Dunn of the local in every company. Once In the army average man Is content only Federal .Clerk's office has received lhe, when he can still have a connection an order from Judge Bvani at LouFormer service isville, designating Atlanta, Ga for with the military. would put those men on a footing all male prisoners convicted ,and Jefferson CJty. Mo.,' for all fesiale with seasoned troops. to Brigadier General prisoners,. convicted la the, future la In addition Roger D. Williams, who has been la las. reaefa vour,i av yweaasei. 4h aarviea thirty years, there are Heretofore, all prisoners have taat'pth4r oHeers who have been! seat t AtWatai Owsaahorb Iaqulr- - other centers, and rookies would be.! sent to the front in groups as fast as they were equipped. Tboso who aro familiar with the situation estlmato that olghty-flv- o per cent Of tho present strength would bo ready to shoulder armB for an Indefinite period, and ninety-nin- e of ago when tho final call came Surviving the deceased Mr. Wil Hams, are a wife, Mrs. Mary E. Wll Hams; two daughters, Mrs. W. D Luce and Mrs. W. N. Blair, Hart ford; two brothers, Mr. E. Tf Wll Hams. Hartford, and Mr. C. M. Wil liams, who lived on adjoining farm to deceased. la the nUitla ecseeatag tweaty years, ., . 'Jll.Paso, Tex., March 16, The borWashington! Mai ch 14. While-o- f ficial dispatches from Mexlcb'vfoday der awoke today with the clnvlc'tlon government that' before another twenty-;fpu- r tho defacto Indicated was making' a supreme effort to cap- hours had 'passed United States, ture Villa with its own forces there troops would be sent across the .'Mexwas no sign that General Funston's ican frontier at Columbus, to bring orders to proceed on the same er- rnc(o Villa to. account for.ls" rand had .been modified in any way. crimes. Word that the American troops ''During the .alght the .first which arrived, here had crossed tho border still was lacking, the war department Itself from an Aateale'latrgtmoved not having been advised as to when oat ot.El, Paso'.j Jta'aesttosAlea was' sshong the.'aUHUry,v.,mgveptents the. movement 'would begin. TyVilrhnuihirlUA-deAlikeatjaefAt.'' Congress Takes Notice. ((Jen. rtJavlra, after stating tiialitSe Congress took active notice of sthe. border situation today for the first ,Aniorjcan iroops mm uui said: time. The house late today passed fCpxign...jounminiifti n Palnma. lien. 'Hfv a Joint resolution, authorizing the 4ertahi, informed me that the Amer-isa- a recruiting ot the mobile regular, commander at Columbus asked army to full strength. This means an 20,000 asm wnat ioe .aiuiuae oi our nr approximately addition ot American fighting men. The senate is expected '0hlf'would be toward ICOf ps. passing apon Mexican; sou. x to concur tomorrows reply, but I feel Necessary orders will be Issued. ami now awaiting a up the rerrlments tare that my instructions .will be Immediately to fill of to a.frlendiy on border duty. This; step 'was, sug troops army general staff. The Yhe American and' Mexican gested by (he " ., resolution was Introduced by-- Repre- - agalnstVllU." Bentatlve-Hay- , kHss the Best Horses. chalrjaaacMf the mU '" Oneof. the,4l(Hcuniesvfn catching ltary committee, And-lt- s .consldera-tlo- n was expected by .uaanlmons yilla.vas pointed outjjylnese of the hors- t aupej-loritconsent. Its passage; followed,: with only one dissenting vote, .. that of tss hismealde over the other, mounts Yllla'a Representative London, a.SeeialistJ ivatlahlA-JthefnMexjchors"-es- ." PabRclty Bareaa in Mexico."" - horseiTwere des.crlbedj as ''race r .fugitive has made'a 'p'racs .The In effect the limited States virtually has established a publicity' bureau tlce ot seising, or buying outright the in Mexico to make clear Its peace- finest horseB.avallable. Another problem, the Americans ful purposes toward every resident, of Mexico, except Villa and his ban- said, lay In the. fact that through fear or Ignorance the Mexicans residing dits. The censorship over movements on In country regions of Chihuahua give tho border was drawn tighter today, considerable allegiance to Villa. In butow messages relating. to"troop the cities ,they considered the Carmovement's being allowed to filter ranza sentiment dominant, but' said, that Villa was free to travel without out either here or there. danger In rural "regions, unless he Fear Raids From Yaqul Indians came Into actual, contact with CarSan Diego; CaL, March 14. Mexican ranza troops. Large detachments ot Considerable surprise was shown troops with artillery have boen with from the Yaqul campaign in over a story from Douglas, Arlz.,that drawn southern Sonora and started north, United States soldiers,had seized halt according to reliable radio 'advices a million cartridges consigned to Gen. Cales. None of the American milireceived here today. Ralds by upon American' settlements are tary officials hero would confirm or , , discuss tne siory. feared. A proclamation 'over Censorship Tightened. signature was Another development today was late, yesterday at Guaymus stating the' Ameri- the tightening ot'the censorship ovCarranza had informed can government he would not per- er the.sendlng'of American telegrams' Into Mexico by the Carranza authormit armed forces to Invade Mexico. ,were closely ities. by the officials on the BUILDS PEACE DOVE .scrutinized TfEST IN FORD PLANT Mexican side ot the border and nQne that was Couched in code or the Chicago, March 14. Henry Ford meaning of which was dubious was who tried to bring peace in Europe permitted to pass. Hitherto railhas. carried the idea into the house road officials haye been allowed to of his employes, according to revela- sendycodo telegrams, but this privitions made hero, today before Judge lege has been withdrawn. While the border waited In keen Dennis E. Sullivan, ot tho Superior expectancy for word that United Court. v The peace leader's rules provide States soldiers had crossed the Inthat employes and their wives who ternational line, reports flowed In disagree must hoist tho white flag, from Mexican sources to the effect obtain divorces or quit the service that Mexico's archbandlt already had ot the company and lose their ?5 a boen surrounded by the troops of day wages. Carranza'. The "flrst chief' was. apHenry Carter, a porter emptbyed parently making strenuous efforts to by the company, received a divorce antlclpato the Americans and was to from his wife here on a charge ot reported from several sources desertion, and his witness was Wal- have concentrated more than10,000 ter Q. May, of Evanston, formerly troops at different points about Cas-a- s superintendent ot the sociological deGrandes region in- - Chihuahua, partment ot the Ford works. where Villa Is supposed to be. Officers Leave. May revealed the Idea of the manuThe officers of the Tenth Cavalry facturer that the workman who quarrels with his wife in the morn- left here for Columbus, N,M shorting makes a poor workman all the ly after It was learned that the passage ot transport trains between here day. 'Pie testified he had done every- and .the scene, ot. the Villa raid had thing possible to reconcile Carter ceased.), They were pra.ctleaHy the and his wife, but failed. He- said. last ot the corps officers who 'were Carter was a good workman and the stationed here. The. stoppage ot transport, trains was regarded as parcompany did not want to lose him. "As I understand, from the .rules ticularly significant, as their move-me- nt had never ceased night or day ot the company, a man that Is In the predicament that Mr. Carter Is in since the news ot the Columbus raid bow will lose his posltlea unless he was fashed through the country! Is able to separate hlsKfreDa his Their stoppage, apv fs talen to mean that, "the Gosee$tratloa. of , supplies wife?" Carter's1 a'ttMaVy.asktd. &"i,l;.w at CoIbbbui has, beea practically "Exactly," May-sai"I'll clva hln a daer&A ' Jades oosaplsted. w s4lllvaa said. :'"-- ' A asabsr et selon picture ea ' -- Roth &' Co., .of Cincinnati, Ohio, being .the purchasers,, at par value and also bearing all expense of engrav- Shot as Example. ing &c. i. , The bonds are to be Issued in de nominations of $ 1,000 each with In terest coupons attached, with six ot said bonds maturing on March 15th, 1929 and a like number and amount due March 16, for 7 years-thereafte- Paris, March 14. One of the nest remarkable stories of the war is lord by a r.oldier who was made a:prlsea er in the Ardennes In .August; 11 4, and who is now in a hospital When he was captured, the soldier was taken to the rear, and was ta formed by a .German officer that (her regiment was going to march throttgf the 'town and that he would have 9 carry the German flag. The Freaca soldier refused to do this, and wa told that he would then be shot for disobeying orders. "Shoot me," h , replied, "I will not carry your flag." The German 'officer detached seven , men and ordered the French get dler to be shot at'the first house is the village. The man was bouad, and the firing party started for tho Oh the reset place Of execution. eight French prisoners under a German escort were met. "They wish to 'strike your imagination," said ths doomed soldier, "I am going to be shot. ' Do not allow yourselves to ha demoralized." ' Al the first house in the village the French soldier was- sfio't. He felt with four bullets In his" rl'gtit ara, two in, the leg and one in the side. " The firing party w6re' men, belong- lng to Thirty-thir- d Prussian - Regi- cuii ' s Messrs. Rowan Holbrook, C. O. Hunter and W. S. Tinsley. were ap pointed as committee by the Fiscal Court to work out the details and make- the sale. The Ofilo Fiscal Court was in session on Monday ,wlth the entire membership present and all of the necessary orders were made and entered to a completion of the matter. The1 county owed about' $52,000, evidenced by warrants bearing In terest at the rate of 7 per cent. We understand that the extra.. 14,000 will be taken up at once and the saving in Interest, effected by; lssual of funding bonds will total around quite a handsome $1,000 per-year- , fund. . LOSS OF s f 150,000 Amer-Icans.-w- aa To L,. H. And St. L. Resulting From , v Cloverport Fire. Ya-qu- ts, Car-ranz- a's . ,, .. ' qioverport, Ky. March 14. Fire which broke out'thls' mofnlng:-at- destroyed the shops and roundhouse of .the Louisville, Hen derson and St Louis road here, causing a loss of between .$100,000 and. $160,000. No one was injured. The origin of the fire Is unknown but the loss Is believed to be practically covered by insurance. The fire broke out In the root of the roundhouse directly over-- the fire pump, and employes of the Henderson road were unable to get any water on the flames, t which spread with remarkable rapidity. In the roundhouse were, six loco motives and they were destroyed as was a parlor car, which. ,had Jus been completed in the shops, work trains and their", Several .equipment were' also damaged by the flameSjWhlch burned themselves out In about two of three hours. President Hudson stated today that the shops would be rebuilt. When asked it they, would be reconstructed at Cloverport he sat j. that the matter would be taken up with the officers ot the company. The matter trill be taken up at once. . ment OJ5.. infantry jiccordlng Frenchman. not-klile- to.ihe TROOPS FIRS ON THE BORDER PATROL El Paso, Tex., March 15.. -- Grave fears are felt that the American in vaslon would prompt a general up rising in favor of Villa In Northern Mexico. - d; ... New -- York. March 14. Bids for supplying fifty-fotrucks and fifteen motorcycles to the United States Government, to bo used by troops tn the pursuit of Villa, were receivy by Col. A. Smith, the ed United States depot' quartermaster here. Col. Smith said the automo bile) trucks probably would be used to transport supplies to the troops hour. "it was said that Carranza troops at the front, It Is expected that the will . he had flred on the American border trucks and motorcycles ready for shipment within less than patrol, who had repaid In kind." ' ' two weeks. The motorcycles will b ' ot the kind that accomodate two Card" Of Thaaks. We wish to" express our sincere riders. The outfit will cost, the Gov and ,will thanks to those who so kindly as- ernment about-$126,0Th sisted, us during the Illness aad be seat West on two trains. motorcycles will be used by cour death of our wife aad Mother. P.' H. Sort sad Tasally. iers. , , ur to-da. 00 Thomas H. Davis, a rancher, well known about Columbus, arrived in El Paso today and said without of Gen. Funston, is triumphantly equivocation that Carranza troops had flred on the American Invaders. "It was getting dawn as I drove Into town," he said. "As I arrived at the outskirts about 4 o'clock I heard a violent fusillade of small arms. I thought that Villa was attacking the town again. When I arrived. In Columbus, the firing still could be heard by everyone In town. The Inhabitants were out In the street wondering what it meant. The troopers ot the Thirteenth Cayalry dashed out toward the border.' "Rapid volleys of musketry were heard in Columbus for the next He reThe Voldier was gained consciousness. A German officer on horseback passed, and the soldier Implored his help. The officer dismounted and without a word flred his revolver at his head. , But the shot was not fatal. Next day the Frenchman felt his strength returning. A doctor wearing gold spectacles was bending over him, and gave orders for a piece of canvas to be thrown over his body. A ticket-wittransportable" the words was pinned to the canvas. The mfr pqsedly dead soldier waj still eoa? Bcious, but U R94 Sufficient strength to move or cry. The tlfiKgi fog any ambulance, gia """" picking, h'lm up. Seat to Belgium. For three days he lay there. Thea, on the evening ot the fourth ,he felt that he was being moved. With a supreme effort he aroused himself from the torpor of death and grbaa-e- d. He subsequently found himself In an ambulance with Belgium nurses attending hjm A German doctor was giving orders. J4 Afterward he learned that' (wo German soldiers had picked him up, believing that he had received nir wounds while fighting. The French soldier held his tongue as to what had really occurred, For ten months he remained in Belgium and was s then sent to Germany where he lived In a camp fpr three months. Finally he was returned to France with other seriously wounded prisoners. "And here I am," said the soldier concluding his extraordinary tale, "My ltte resumed. I hope I have been spared In order to be revenged." i SOLDIERS WILL PURSUE VILLA ON MOTORCYCLES .. ,. " ". W?w'x t hike . emaiATi JOKE TO BLOW UP ENEMY jBISV TUNNKMNd J'JX)DINO sappers jni trenchAND EX- MINES. HILLS TRANSFORMED AscHtan "Pncnmntlc Drill nnil Pick Ving Intporlnnt Part In Deadly . Work. France, March 11. x The .mitring operations on some ! Vuo French front resemble was railroad tunneling enterprises. AH along the slope ot hills .whero tire sacnmlls alone separate the thare are mouths of tunnels trxexsi with timbers such as support the salterles or coal mines. All day aast all Tilght soldiers wheel earth "obS ot llioso tunnels to platforms flairs ftump cars on a strategic railroad are waiting to jjJI to he used In the grading otfiyat or new strategic lines. A. jJtnfty t the official commun-jfrjssprws only Blight Indications ot What tChe DliJBtSl of in this activity. means depends upon the lay of the Jinfl; in somn cases It amounts to nothiBj; dess than the blowing off oT 15 lops ot iho hills. . There are places fliera the Germans hold the summit anfl the French, are dug In mt2be33ltTpe; there are others where neither the French nor Germans fcweTxjEnsihlo to occupy the summit euxyUns with smnll Isolated advance potts Ifcat are annihilated at Intervals, ssxS. "here It Is necessary to blow K2tDjiort the height before an issue Brt-Tjo-'Dsec-timcora-labiit- M it -- tam. tse jrea chefl. TfcSi tunneling has been golng on fisrszarro than a year In .some places, feat jnibllr evidences of the extent ol H flale only from the beginning ettboyssr. fesiiletfciose honeycombed hills where Sfc U not rare for the Frenchman's b(ebe1 to run Into a German under-Xtscaiil Bfeadnes are exploded every day gallery. If they meet ihc mine is ready, it is "camou-act- " or a small blast, that is set off fear t3ie adversary that locates the other I ellow first. It is quickly done with an American pneumatic tool tfeaX bores a hole in the direction be-Jas- re -- lyddite, or melinite tbe-hol- e sound from which comes the oT the pick. A chargo of dynamite, -tell-tale Is stuffed in and is enfc and the sion: all Is plugged so that the mine force of the exploturned toward the advers- ary's gallery. ' sometimes done also "hasten the excavating work, buf aijefc ol the digging requiring discretion is the work ot the American paenmntic drill and pneumatic pick Brct working by alr compressors hnmshl up to the foot of the hill. Tbs .forests of the Argonno all aloiiK the Iront have been razed by aJseLl and shrapnel; and the aspect of tteMlls is being still further modl-JteHiy tflmse tunneling and mining nsUndtliiR Us to S. perallons. .&. practical nrilner in private life, sst3allzea at the front In this kind atvrofk, describes the conditions un-which .the work is often suddenly ' Btopjictl and the enemy's operations same time: clieckud at the "3Tso sappers are digging, shovel-fir- s tfeem stops; he has heard a hollow sound in the soil under his pick; two or more strokes, and his instinct ot aa did miner reveals to him that there is a liolo under the gallery; "Be sixlkes again, tho point of the pitk. penetrates; there is no more Xaabl lint that a German blasting ;bnle exists underneath. By small strokes slowly with infinite precaution ilio sapper enlarges the opening, lien aided by his comrades, lets flown into the holo with rovol-tIn his fist. It is indeed a, Gor-z- n Wasting hole that he has discovered, with a gallery at tho end. 1b wllfHlPr It. Is flCCU- Wia Impossible to tell; tho enemy plul Bcrhaps will appoar and rush upon H 3ntrndera; no one comes, the xslne Is empty. JLcavlns a watchman, 'the sappers anfl miners ascend Into the French ' saHcry so and report their discovery in Uue captain who docldes to profit Sr tho occasion to play a good game upon the Germans. While continuous Jo work in the neighboring mines tu deceive th,e advortary, sappers and avsialiarlcs of the infantry are put sflfcntly to work stuUlng with the old German blasting holo sufclch communicates "with tho gallery Hnnltnr to tho German earthworks, and to a little occupied post. Every- hlm-weM ct es In silence, when suddenly one of wardness, a bungling movement with ARE WE TOO FUSSY tho too s. might give me aiarm. r nally, at dawn the work is done. The ABOUT THE GERMS? entire German 'gallery at the end our ex where it communicates with cavatlon Is nothing but a vast canon Bluffed with cheddltet all the men BELIEVES HYGIENIC iFUSINESS DANGEROUS - TO aro at their post, a signal Is given, MORE HEALTH OF CHILD. the fuse lighted, and In an instant It Is safo to raise tHe earth cracks. a head above the surface now. for the enemy is too much occupied to fire. "Is It sterilized, nurso?" The trench la entirely unheaved, and It was a big word for ft child of tho Germans fly In tho air, some of some ofthem in seven or so, but It was uttered with them whole and a correctness and confidence which parts." . showed that tho little girl was acKeep l'dur Skin Clear and Itealthy. customed to it as a regular item in There Is only one way to have a her vocabulary. Tho nurso" answered clear, healthy complexion and that with some asperity that It was. "It" Is to keep the bowels active and reg- was a glas of milk that tho child ular. Dr. King's Now Life Pills will was about to drink. I firmly bellovo make your complexion healthy and that tlie nurso was lying.- - If so, I clear, move the bowels gently, stim- hope tho recording angel took a lenulate the liver, cleanse the systero, ient view of tho offense and allowed and purify the blood. A splendid for the provocation. 25c at all drugspring medicine. Tho child was one of a family 3 gists. on tho brought up systematically The soundest hygleiilc principles. WEEKLY 8HORT STORY. task of their parents was a difficult one, becauso expert oplhion varied How Complications Were Averted By so much as to what tho soundest lilt of Shrewdness. hygienic principles were. The only way of solving the difficulty was to Seieral Year3 3(jp, so Ihi-- . story ascertain the latest principles and goes, a local palntpr was moloyed adopt them, pro and con, tho soundt v. well known Hartford man to est. do ovate his haudsomo verajda. All Just then they were undergoing a wint well until trie sllnger of tno regimen ot vegetarianism and frwh cc.crfc reached a crtaln sectli i of the air. Their feet were sandled, their dwelling, when his good wife disa- thin, poor little feet were stocklngless greed us to 4h6 color to be used on their puffy faces nut brown, but salthis particular section. The husband low, with the exposure. They lived favored red while the better half mainly on nuts nuts for breakfast, stood pat for blue nnd seeing that in oilier sorts of nuts mashed and boiled open combat he was compelled to lose and" served under fancy names for the former restored to strategy to dinner, bread 1nd nut butter for tea. carry out his color scheme. They were allowed to spend their Having drav.'n up his plans for the pocket money on chocolate, provided au;i "be carloyer called tie paint- that It was nut milk chocolate. er aslJf rnd gave him instraConi lo And yet, even when they were In start th)3 teaion with red mUi, to health which was seldom they had Rot a g6od portion completii before poor appetites. Their anxious parho returned for lunch and told him ents were doubtless right In refusing not to take offense at anything he to attribute this to the nuts, and still m'ight say to him upon his return. less to the fresh air. It was assumed He "then departed with a meaning that the transition from the last wink and the painter, knowing of the treatment a diet of beefsteak, disagreement, understood. gravey and bananas, and abundant The painter went to work with a hygienic woolens to induce and abvim and" when his employer return- sorb perspiration had been rather ed several square yards of pleasing too abrupt. The next transition, it red met his gaze. He Immediately was determined, would bo more jurushed into the house, told the lady diciously conducted. what the fool painter had done conThey were rather an expensive trary to instructions, rushed out to family to maintain. Doctors' bills whero the work was being done and are a burden-som- e tax upon one's Ingave him a good "bawling out" for come, especially when one has the not using blue. The lady's disposi- doctor about the house during, most tion was" too sweet to permit her to of theyear. Then, there was also take tho painter to task and after tho the doctor at tho seaside and his hifsband had explained that inasmuch bills. But the doctors were not all. as the work had gone so far it would George and Dorothy had both been be rather (expensive to make the In the hands of an eye specialist, and change, the good lady was satisfied. both wore costly spectacles which The gentleman mentioned and the were always getting broken goodpainter have since had many hearty ness knows why, for neither of them laughs about their little tricK, oui Indulged In so Insanitary a recreawe are of the opinion it was rather tion as romping. Lucy had shown an a costly Job of painting, for the paintto rheumatism, incipient tendency er stood for some pretty hard things which had to be nipped in tho bud at being said to him. Buxton. Dick had been taken to see a great The Court of Last Resort. authority in London about the poor Around the stove of the cross roads little inside; it had been feared that grocery Is the real court of last re- an operation would be necessary, but all oth- the great authority had only presort, for it finally over-rulers. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy scribed Epson salts. And now all the has been brought before this court younger children had to go to the in almost every cross roads grocery dentist to have their teeth filled. It in this country, and has always re- seemed a shame to pay for filling ceived a favorable verdict. It Is In chlldrens first teeth that would drop the country where man expects to out in the course of a year or so, bul receive full value for his money that the proper care ot the teeth, as every this remedy is most appreciated. ono knows, is at fundamental imm portance to health, and when health Obtainable everywhere. is in question one must not shrink from sacrifices. What caused the parents the se- yerest perplexity ot all was tho trouble about germs. Never was a family more patiently and watchfully guarded from germs. The house whenever an epidemic was about recked with disinfectants. Strange fluids were To Lydia E. Pinkham Medi- poured Into tho water of tho child ren's baths, strange and costly soaps cine Co. of antiseptic potency were applied to ies likely- - to cause appendicitis. Dumb- bell oxerclse strengthens the muscles; rinmhholl exercise is" too great a strain on the nerves. A week end at the seaside Is a splendid tonic for tired brains; a weok end at tho sea side is a mistake, and tho health seeker ought to spend his week end In bed. And so on J anybody can add to tho list Indefinitely. Then there is the forbidding deadly host of dangers In tomatoes, postago stamps, bread, In hot baths, cold w Avoid Spring Colds. Sudden changes, high winds, shifting seasons, cause colds nnd grippe, nnd these spring colds are annoying and dangerous and nro likely to turn into a chronic summer cough. In such cases tnko n treatment of Dr. King's Now Discovery, a pleasant Laxattvo Tar Syrup. It soothes tho cough, checks tho cold and helps break ud an attack of grippe. Its already prepared, no mixing fussing. Just ask your druggist for a bottlo of Dr. King's New Discovery. Tested 3 nnd tried for over 40 years. baths, dogs, cats, mice, etc. The public aware that health is valuablo and Informed that health Is constantly besieged by awful menaces get bewildered small Is apt to blamo to it by tho multiplicity of An cxcltnble advice and warnings. section of it, accordingly, gets hygl-icn- o on the brain; this section especially with respect to Its children, a hygiene fusslness that is almost as evil In consequences as hygienic neglect. The exact lino between neglect and fusslness Is one that only common Even common sense can draw. sense cannot always avert disease; but, at any rate, it stands a better chance of escapo than either carelessness or ovcrcare, and It is free from nrelimlnary worry. It Is not healthful, moreover, to be alwayt thinking about your health. Let it be said in conclusion, that hygienic fusslness", silly under any is criminally sill circumstances, when applied to children. Be careful about children's health, by all means, but plague and worry children about their health, and you may be sure that they will not be healthy either In mind or body. Pity the child that is a victim of hygienic fusslness. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S. SALE. Ohio Circuit Court,""Kentucky. W. D. Newton, Plaintiff, vs. H. T. Hobbs, Defendant. of judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the February term, 1916, in the abovo cause for tho sum of $260.00 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 22nd day of August, 1910, until paid, and with like tho further sum of ? , 191 Interest from the day of subject to the following credits: None, and all costs horeln, I will offer for sale by public auction at Charley Mason's Livery Barn, Fords-vlll- c, Ky., the 25th day of March, 1916, about 1 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of Three Months, tho following described property, Four mules; one gray mare mule about 14 hands high and 15 years old, named Kit; one bay mare mule about 14 y hands high and 17 years old, named Buck; one black msro mule 15 hands high, 7 years old and named Maud; one bay horse mole 14 hands high, 4 years old and named Pat, or sufficient thereof to produco tho sums ot money ordered to bo made. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security immediately after sale. This 24th day of February, 19 1. OTTO C. MARTIN, 35 1 3 Master Commissioner. Heavrin & Kirk, Attorneys. e to-w- lt: Bmfrf r- - nrhUftwW GASTORIA For Infanti and Children. Mothers Know That s2f s ayw iJ.Tft !IS3I ISSlPl JtoWgEESt BtfrtcfWl?- MviiiileS ,, -- Genuine Castoria '. n WrtflCEJfJi Always Bears the Mb n Signature of tx,r w mM m Mm- - - In M iifXl ir Use For Over-- MCBU"- - NEOi Thirty Years GASTORIA Exict Copy of Wrapper. Tttt cenrtun mmt. ntw o errr. a Starck Pianos laAdrnace Satisfaction Guar aateed LorcatNet Terra No Money 1HHBB9W ' I laBBBBBBBBaBKaLlKBWlllllM Fa clory Frlooa Esiieii A S200Fac From torjr Direct Saving of SlOO to P. A. STARCK KCttOCNT BfR "CJHWa Wo will shin you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 Java freo trial. In your homo. Ko cnah navment remilred. AH wo nak la that von will nlav utJon. use and teat this piano for 30 days, lr, at the end ot that time, you do not nn4 It the highest grade, sweetest toned and linen piano In every way, that you hava ever seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and wo wilt, ta that oont. ray the freleht both ways. This Starck Piano must mako cood witk you. fir mere is no sate, 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL i'w.V.i' 9t Mtrt Save $150.00 We Mp direct to rou from our factory, at Dricel that (are rou unwirJi of 1 1SO.00 In tbs cost ot your piano. We guaranUa ta furalia ycu a Dturr piano lor tne money tnaa rou can arcure eltenhere. You are ttiurrd ot rrcrtiinif a utlitactorr street toned durable htgii grade piano. OK-Yo- You pay no cash down, but after SO dayi o inai. ou can begin payment oo inr cat, easiest terms ctcr suggested by a piano manufacturer. Thei tfrma are arranirrif to suit your conTenlrnce. sod It It possible tor yon so ouy a pnno (or your Dome, whujui nliilng the money. . . Ptaytf-Mt- fill PaVMMtt en fti:nraalaa 2iti-Rtiidlrca- lM wiirw Mt guaranteed for IS years. Iota ipiarantes nat back ol It our 35 years of plana experience, and the rrprj. tatlon ol an retponalble piano bouse. T.rtrr Btarck Piano ll 50 Frci Musi Lassins To erery purchaser of Starck Pianos, we (Ire free music leaaoni. la one of the beat known schools la Chicago. Then Jettons you can tike In your own home, by malL This represents one year's tree Instruction. i We baTC constantly on hand a large number ot slightly used and Meaad hand pianos ot aH standard makes taken In ex chano" fcr new Starck Pianos Tbs follow. snd Ham-PianoIng are a tew sample bargains i Weher Steiaway Chickering Kimball SUrck $110.00 92.00 80.03 93.00 195.00 art) Btarck Player-riano- s the tmit and swat beautiful player Pianos oa ska market. You will U delighted with the many e duties features of tbess) Wonderful Instruments, snd will be pleated with the rery low prices st which they can be secured, t) Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book which (Ires you a, large amount of Inform- tloo regarding pianos. This book will interest sruT please you. Writs todijrv Flint Iftk Frt Send for our latest complete secondhand bargain list. P. A. STARCK PIAWO CO.. 1341 Starck BM.. CHICAGO WHY WOMEN WRITE LETTERS ' w Women who aro well often nsk "Aro thn lettora which tho Lvdla E. Pinkham Medicine Co. are continually publishing, I genuine?" "Are they truthful?", " Why do women write such letters? " In answer we say that never have wo published a fictitious letter or name. Never, knowingly, have wo published an untruthful letter, or ono without the ( lull unu wniusu wiutuiu. . who wrote it was overwhelming; even tho young( Tim rprwnn thnt thousands of women est would get excited if a brother or from all parts of the country write such sister sneezed, and would mako con grateful letters to tno tyaia r.. rmis.-ha- m jectures as to What the doctor would Medicine Co. is that Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound has brought say when he came. There are so many temptations health and happiness into their lives, poln and suffering. nowadays to hygienic fusslness that once burdened with It hos relieved women from some of one really requires an unusually explo-advtho worsrforms of female ills, from dis- lovel,head to avoid succumbing to placements, Inflammation, ulceration, them.' Health Is Important. Evey-bod- y Irregularities, nervousness, weakness, is bound to tako judicious steps stomach troubles and from the blues. for tho preservation of it. This is It is Impossible for any woman who the simple foundation upon which is well and wno AL?rS-'STrthere has been built an cnormouB i works unccaslugly. has never suffered and complex superstructure ot rules "What a good Joko wo aro going to realize how theso and recommendations and warnings, upon them," everyone says. poor, suffering wota play many ot which aro entirely at variot the men feel when re ijh Germans at the other endand we stored to health; ance with the others. on the watch, qpTTtory am keen desire to Bananas are easily digested; bananfor them to their tare "been on the watch surprise our help other women as are indigestible. Cheese Is a safedid not who are suffering as Hat they guard against appendicitis; cheese U pur- - .tor tho slightest slip or awk theydld. w. their delicate Bklns. It was not to bo expected that the children would be uninterested in the affairs of their health. They were, indeed, interested in very little else. They were sickly, peovlsh children, spiritless, and prone to coddling, But with but scanty, intelligence. In one department ot human learning they woro precociously woll informed. Their knowledge ot symptoms ADMINISTRATORS NOTICED All persons having claims against the estate ot C. M. Barnett deceased, including Tho Hartford Republican, are hereby, notified to present the same to the undersigned at their Office in Republican Building, Hartford, Ky., on or before March 20th., 1916, or they will bo forever barred. Persons knowing themselves to be indebted to tho abovo named estate by note or otherwise will please call and settle at once as wo are deslrtous of settling this estato at the earliest posalblo date. W. S. TINSLEY, S. T. BARNETT, THOS. E. MOSS! Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and can J give any referonco de&ired. Call me on Hartford Mill Co., 'phono, or address me at Hartford, Ky. t Administrators. "WHITE WAY" Dawson Springs Will Illuminate City By Metropolitan Method. Bending tho metropolitan system ot street illumination will follow. Mr. Hart, owner ot the local light and power plant, informs a Tribune man that tho lamp posts to bo Installed will bo standard iron posts, ton feet in height with three lights to each post, and ot tho latest design. When the light and power plant gavo notification to thir patrons some two or three years ago, that twenty-fou- r service would be maintained, it was hailed with a universal approval and filled a long needed necessity. Not many towns tho size of this has a day servlco ot their lighting establishments. Dawson Tribune. Z A M every legitimate effort within tho bounds of conservation, not only have the city equipped with ordinary lights, streets, sewerage and water supply, 'but to always improve the municipal necessities, and to advance a step above other towns In this section, the officials ot Dawson Springs have with the citizens, closof public-spirite- d ed a deal whereby tho city's main thoroughfare is to be beautifully lighted by a great "white way." Light posts and other necessary material have been contracted for, Call oa The Hartford Republic which will arrive at an early date, and soon thereafter lnstalla'tlba ot for FtsM Job PrlaUlag. I Fifty-fiv- 111 11 e typewriters. Les-so- na explained by Moving ture machine. Seven big PicDe- partments keeping, Telegraphy, Btenotypy, MubIj, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern eojulp-men- t. Shorthand, Book- assured. Position Write for catalogue. Daviess Co - Bus. College Incorporated OWEN8SOKO. KY. r jr' -- i .&. W f. W-"- - , '' , ;,"vv- - . - T "" "" - -- 1 fr (SCIENCE may provide ' NEW EYES FOR BLIND 4- - Kim LHr .sJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBx' SJoBBBBBBhSIB Mi J Ul LONG STRIDE MADE TOWARD SOLVING TII13 PROBLEM SEa CLEVER DEVICE MADEr g of feMtuBfiBMWPMMMil lBBBBBBBBMfiiinrHr (SfHSml.BI' lawavBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBa 5 sbbbLbbbbbH CORN CHAMPIONS Alger, Ohio Boys' Ohio Champion 153.9 bushel per acre. ARNETT ROSE ALGER, OI.IO arcanum; ohio DEWEY HANES CORN CHAMPIONS London, March 11. Many bravo fellows who left this country in tho pride of manhood, are bound to return suffering from serious defects, but fortunately clever devices aro be- -Ing perfected to render their lot easier. Hitherto wo have looked upon blindness as an appalling affliction, but already discoveries have been made which will do much to the condition of those who do -- Typewriter Gives Business Standing T"IR small town merchant, the rural business man or tne farmerTvho uses a typewriter has the advantage over the mass who does not. The typewriter not only saves time in writing letters and making out bills, but it adds prestige and reputation to the oses-i- l r :11.. j.'...!... !. cspciiduy auapicu . .. : ruralI uisintis lDccausc IC nr is iu use in will Stanal more wear ana aocs noi require an expert operator, ay touow- ing the instructions wc will give you, you will have no trouble notposscs3 natural sight. Thero Is every hope fbr believing Arnett Rote, GetPosted on What Produces Champions ajid Farm Profits Pointers From Hanes' Farm Results 1915 From regular corn field, acre yield NoJetUllitru.eU Used Swift's Fertilizer Roy Friedersdorf, Elicabethtown,.Irid. Boys' Ind. Champion. 128.8 bushels per acre. Used Swift's Fertilize Dewey Hanes, Arcanum. Ohio Boys' Ohio Champion! 13 j. i misneis per acrev Qordon Reap, Ellzabethtown, Ind. Bartholomew County Champion 1G5.7 bushels per acre. Used Swift's Fertiliser Norrls McHenry, fillaabethtown, Ind. Men's Ind. Champion 112.1 bushels per acre. .. From his brothers' Ohio Corn From Dewey Hanes' Ohio Corn The" difference in Contest Acre 75 0 rju. e 123.0 bit. 153.7 bll. " Used Swift's Fertiliser Harry Isaac, Sandusky,- - Ohio Huron County Champion 12S.9 bushels per acre. Used Swift's Fertilizer Robert Wilson, Casner, 111. Macon County Champion 94.9 bushels per acre. Used 500 lbs. Fertiliser (not Swift's) only Phosphoric Acid and Potash Contest Acre Used 500 lbs. Swift's Fertilizer containing Ammonia, Phosphoric Acid and Potath con-tainl- ng U.ed Swift's Fertilizer Harold Doster, -- Mayfield, Ohio Cuyahoga County Champion 92.2 bushols per acre. the yield of the two boys was due entirely to the kind and brand of fertilizer used. Stop buying phosphoric acid and potash and straight acid phosphate well-balanced that science shortlywlll provide new eyes, or rather new meano for seeing Much progress has been made with this object in view. The retina, marvelous as it is, is merely a highly nervous, special kind of skin. There are creatures whoso sense of. sight consists In their whole body. Hence there Is nothing Improbable In the view that eventually the human skin may be trained to receive impressions of light and so to act as tho organ of sight. There Is being perfected a marve lous Instrument which enables the blind to detect a light by means of the ear. Dy its aid a blind person not only can recognize llght.but can locate It and even measure its intensity. The instrument is doubtless the beginning of a'n important series of inventions. So far-- it merely places a blind person in the position of one who Is partially blind; that it, who is able to detect the presence of light. Before long It Is hoped that the existing instrument will be greatly Improved, although in any form it will merely bo the starting point on the road to a great victory. There is a special substance, selenium, which has Us electrical resistance altered by light; it is due to this substance that it is possible to send photographs from one place to another by means of an electrical wire. In the new instrument the selenium operates a kind of telescopes. A pair of these ' telescopes are pla'ced on tho head and are attached The L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter J.J learning. Mail this Coupon today Please send me your free book 0I 0 Name- I do not use a, typewriter at present. am using a typewriter and would like to learn about special offer to exchange it for a new one. jour To the L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co. 414 Main Street A CINCINNATI, OHIO. Used Swift's Fertiliser fc Sherman Magaw, Edlnburg, Ind. r Highest Score M3.4 bushels per acre. 10-ea- because they are cheap. Use a fertilizer con- - Used Swift's Fertilizer taining ammonia, phosphoric acid and potash and get Fred C. Karr, maximum yieias ana proms. Ohio P. O- State-- Still More Proof UsedSwift'a Fertilizer O. W. Thompson, Lett. Ind. 2nd Prize Bartholomew County Contest 194.2 bushel per acre. Norris McHenry, Indiana. State Champion, 1014, had two Note the results: One plot 1 12.1 bushels per acre. Used Swift's Fertiliser. One plot 93.1 bushels per acre. Used fertilizer, but aotSwirVa. The kind of fertilizer used i alone responsible for the difference In yields. 'Further argw stents are uaneceMary. plots. Coshocton, Coshocton County Champion 94.9 bushels per sere. Used Swift's Fertilizer Chester Davis, Jonesboro, Indiana Grant County Champion 81.S bushels per acre. Used Swift's Fertilizer Use4Swtft'crtnizr 1914 .Swift's Fertilisers are proved the best. Swift's Fertilisers zasfct the farmer the caoet set profit. Order Swift's Fertilizer from your local dealer today. If unable, to obtain it ask us for prices, terms sad literature. We want Uve agents in unoccupied territory. N - Swift & Company ' N, S. Yard, Dept 1915 r. Illinois N PROTECTIVE-TARIFF Vanderbilt Training School for Boys I RAIDER MQEWE RUNS BRITISH GAUNTLET Misses Edna Ross spent the day Margaret Tomerlin Tuesday. Misses Eva and Esther Fulton also spent the day with her with" Miss ENGLAND MAY ADOPT Thursday. , '' " . ' Mr. L. J. Robinson, wife and child, spent Satur'day night with his REACHES GERMAN PORT WITH brother, Mr. Henry Robinson. 190 PRISONERS AND LARGE Mr. Jesse Cook gave a party SaturAMOUNT OP GOLD. day night. All present reported a fine tlmo. . Messrs. Guy and Paul Russell spent March t. Official an Saturday night and Sunday with their Berlin, nouncement ia mado by the naval grandmother, Mrs. Liza Robinson. general staff that the German com- They also spent Sunday night with merce raider Moowo returned to a their uncle, Mr. L. J. Robinson. German port. Sho bad on board 199 Miss Mario Crowder was the guest prisoners and .1,000,000 marks in of Miss Bessie Graham Sunday aftergold bars. The statement follows: noon. "The navy general staff states that H. M. S. Moewe, Commander Capt. LIKES ARTIFICIAL ARM. Burgrnvo Count von len, after a successful cruise lasting Physician Demonstrates - nnvnrnl mnntlm. nrrlvnd todav nt Worth of American Invention. some homo port with four British ofBritish marines ficers, twenty-nln- o Dr. Max Kahn of Berlin, who lost and sailors, 166 men of crews of en his left arm In battlo, recently delivcmy steamers, among them 103 In- - ered a lecturo In Vienna before a dlans, as prisoners, and 1,000,000 largo gathering of physicians to demmarks In gold bars. onstrate tho wonders of the Carnes "Tho vessel captured tho follow artificial arm. This Ingenious invening enemy steamers.tho greater part tion Is named after Its inventor, an of which wero sunk and a small part American. of which wero sent as prizes to neuDr. Kahn showed the physicians how the Carnes arm took the place tral ports.among them tho liner taken to Norfolk: of tho lost member in most wonder"The British steamers Corbrldge, ful fashion. He showed how the 3,087 tons; Author, 3,496 tons; arm can turn and twist, how it can Trader, 3,608 tons; Ariadne, 3,036 reach in any direction and take hold tons; Dromonby, 3,627 tons; of any object with the same facility 3,146 tons; Clan MacTav-is- b, as any natural arm and hand. The 6,816 tons; Appam, 7,781 tons; physician also demonstrated to his Westburn, 3,300 tons; Horace.3,335 audience how readily he could open tons; Flamenco, 4,629 tons; Saxon and close an umbrella, the facility-witwhich ho could write with the Prince, 3,471 tons. "The British sailtng vessel Edln-- , artificial member, put the hand in burg, 1,473. tons. his pocket and, take out loose change, put his gloves on, etc. He could "The French steamer Maroni, tons. take off his coat or put it on without "The Belgian steamer Luxem- assistance. bourg, 4,322 tons. '4brt' Kahn showed the simplicity' "At several points on enemy coasts of the mechanism which controlled the Moewe laid out mines to which, the movements of the hand and finamong pthers, the battleship King gers, and said with an artificial arm of this type no Inconvenience or anEdward VII, fell victims." The Moewe's capture of two of the noyance was experienced. The Infifteen vessels listed by the Ger- vention Is being used to replace amman admlrallty has not been reported putated arms and hands in the GerThey aro the Saxon man hospitals, and the results have previously. Princo and the Maroni, both of been remarkable, Men who otherwhich were engaged In the trans- - wise would have been afflicted for lite now can attend to the work and Atlantic service. . business as before and can evea return to the front If need be. One-ArmAp-paFar-ringfor- d, 3,-1- 09 WILL TAKE STEPS AFTER THE WAR TO SECURE BRITISH INDUSTRY. London, March A.. Is Great Brit ain to change its traditional attitude of Free Trado for a policy of Protec tlon as a result of the war? Tho possibility becomes more, of a probability with the report, Just is sued, of tho government committee on commercial intelligence, consist Ing of business men who are advisors of the" board of trade, which was ap pointed to consider "measures of securing tho position after the war, of certain branches of British industry." The three chief recommendations of the committee are: Tariff protection for manufacturers of certain articles. Widely spread, reasonable import out eyes. to a little camera containing the selenium. ' Assuming this is adjusted for darkness, no sound will be heard when the individual is in darkness. 'As soon as any light falls upon the. camera, a noise ir heard which varies in loudness acordlng to the intensity of the light. Thus moonlight makes a distinct noise, while a considerable roaring sound is heard as the effect of sunlight. In practice It has been found best to arrange the apparatus so that tho brightest light produces Bilence, but the less Intense light the greater the noise. Thus a blind person fitted with this apparatus can easily tell into a shadow. If In, when a room, he can. tell when he is passing a window or doorway. Moreover the passage of anybody between the light and the blind person will greatly affect, the instrument. Many wonderful effects havebeen obtained. At present all the instrument does Is to Inform the blind person whether he is In light or darkness and the degree of either. This,-- how ever, is a long- stride towards the solution of the problem of seeing with- ELKTON, KY. v Will help parents develop their sons into the heat type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and conies from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, therefore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write 3 g MSTHENEY & For catalogue and information. Box A. or feel with our skin. It is the brain We Knock the Spots Out of Thugs which acts In every case, and the very useful, organs mentioned only act as suitable apparatus for the L&dies' and Men's duties. t .elected The establishment of a ministry of commerce. The body of the report consists of a summary, with' comments of the various suggestions made to the committee by representative firms and trade associations interested in the trades covered by,the inquiry, most being embodied s of in more or less modified form in the recommendations of the committee. All other proposals, however,' the committee says, were regarded as of secondary importance In comparison with the question of tariff protection after the cessation of the war. Practically all the representative firms and associations consulted asked for a measure of protection. Summarizing the reasons-givefor this request, the report says: "There Is a general fear that, immediately after the war this country will be 'flooded with German and Austro-Hungarigoods, sold at almost any price, and that the competition in price which was going on before the war will be accentuated, with, resultant serious difficulty to all manufacturers of goods of kinds exposed to this competition and positive disaster to those manufacturers who have to extend their been encouraged . operations, or engage in new branchj FOR FLETCHER'S Proper Treafsaeat For Biliousness. es of lndustry,with a view to capturFor a long time Miss Lula Skel-to- n, ing trade hitherto carried on by Churchvllle, N, Y was bilious enemy countries." and had sick headache and dizzy POND RUN. spells, Chamberlain's Tablets were v,oru ev. Mar, 7. regular appointment at Poad the only things that .gave her ed his Obtainable ev Run Saturday and Sunday and we permanent relief. hlat again for another year, J erywhere, n an Children Cry CASXOR.IA CA5T.ORIA Children Cry fmTletcmer:s Fortunately it is posslblo to afford aid more easily in the caso of those who are deafened as a result of explosions and so on. It is far easier to cope with deafness than with blindness, particularly as Impressions of sounds may be received through other partB of the body than the ear. Science has already done much to cope with deafness, by providing arVery delicate tificial ear drums. microphones can be obtained which greatly magnify sounds, rendering them within, the capacity of persons who normally hear with difficulty. There are Instruments in use to convey sounds by way of mouth instead of through the ears. Hearing Is merely the result of vibrations of sound beating upon the drum of the ear, this being communicated to the brain by a series of nerves. Deafness is a defect in this Now, a means of communication. person can hear distinctly by means of his teeth; this can, easily be proved by placing one end of a pocket knife in the mouth and the other end on a piano. In a similar way, one may sound to the brain through any other bony substance, even the skull Itself. Starting from, these facts an apparatus has been devlsod which when attached to the head will' act as an artificial ear. That is, It will collect the, sound waves, passing the vibrations to the skull, and thus conveying the information to the brain, which lies beneath. The fact that we do not see with our eres, hear with our ears, smell with oir sow, taste with our tongue, te transmission. In each case certain sorts of vibration jxro set up, these passing by French Dry Cleaned and Pressed 1st m Superior Manner. means of the nerves to the brain. The now is to find methods Send us your Garments and Bams aim of science Them of communicating these vibrations. It Is very interesting in this respeet CLEANED CLEAN to notice how persons suffering from disability frequently Packages called for and deJrts some physical "feel't sensations in parts that havo THE ELITE PRESSING CLUI been amputated, the explanation beA. Iva Nail, Presv ing that the brain has been acted upon. A somewhat alied fact is that a HARTFORO," KENTUCKY. r blow over the head will give a sensation of light, vibrations being set up ' Garments and transmitted to the brain. Rheumatic Pain Stopped. The drawing of muscles, the soreness, stiffness and agonizing pain of Rheumatism quickly yield to Sloan's Liniment. It stimulates circulation to the painful part. Just apply as directed to the sore spots. In a short time the pain gives way to a tingling sensation of comfort and warmth. Here's proof "I have had wonderful relief since I used'your Liniment on my knee. To think one application gave mo relief. Sorry I havn't space to tell you the history. Thanking you for what your remedy has done for me." James S. Ferguson, Phllada, Pa. Sloan's Liniment kills 3 pain. 25c at druggists. A Speclae Against Colds. The nearest thing to a specific against colds 1b a sleeping porch or open bed room and a cold sponge bath every morning when you first get up. Even then you will occasionally Jake a cold, especially when colds are epidemic, and when you do you will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a great help in enabling you t rid of it. Try It. Obtainam ble everywhere. to-ge- Electric Succeed whea tverythiag else in nervous prostration and wetnesses they aro tns remedy, as thousands have R Bitters FOR KIDNEY-LIVEAN STOMACH TROUBLE k is the best medicine ever sM over a druggist's counter. WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY Uk URIU BCIHVAL UUi NT WEAI mils tf CONSiHPTWI rua-dew- a A ukk reKsl tot that tired, couihl. petal la cket alibi swtatfcfcseaee-rbife- t, weak liuu or coawnsptte. Ssaas set safe res H seals ysa.sMai. LOCK BMK MUIA UrHIMSI ftA FOR ONE' MONTH fseHE. coui '," ' Mif L- haeAaiakaeiwdM ."."iVttttrtinr.i ., .Vswixes'iiss,!.;,,,, tnxr., . BeWrt eintstssi a H. j frffi iftjj ftrirtstBisv i' iiitnHrniiiiii r t ' s ejfaj L miii 1' iifiriJ 4 v . ' ( JfV month, in twelve, months at $10,000 TO THE OLD thcro Is $120,000' sent away from OPPOSED mall order housOhio county 7 THE SESSION OP, 1010. SYSTEM (IP WORKING es annually. Appalling figures, and Catered according to law at tka Pwtorjlca 'Tuesday night brought to a closo as Lincoln said, they have the money Hartford, Ky., aa malt ntlttT of the cond tho 19 1C session of the Kentucky and we havo tho goods. How much Legislature, and Tuesday, March 14, tlmo did tho mall order houses give Editor should bo set aside as aStato holi- you In which to pay when you were RESOLUTION OPPOSING ROAD ALLISON J. HARNETT WORKING ORDER ADOPTJKTILL BARNETT, Associate Editor day. Upon "that day In tho future al hard pressed? Read the big double ED HERE SATURDAY. to business houses should be closed, pago ad. of, tho Chicago mall order communications Address" all schools Bhould be dismissed, every houso in this issue. If you don't see The Hartford Republican. public building should bo locked ex- it, trade with the homo merchant on resoluWo, your committeo cept the church and there we should and don't llbcrato tho eagle for Its tions, beg leave to report' as follows: NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS gather to thank God that the thing flight across the, country, never to "Wo havo carefully examined tho Sabaeribera desiring tb paper nt to ft new return, could last no longer. ddraaa ninat (rite tha old addrooa In maklnth order ot tho Fiscal Court entered at , Kentucky citizens who boast with s .ftqacat. its February form, 1916, wherein It Locntu and NotlcM lOo per line and 60 pride, of tho grand did Common.BttlntM Court is After Practical Joker. is attempted to work tho roads of llaator eneb additional Insertion. ar Princeton, Ky., March 14. In a wealth and" who delight to point to by Sections OblUiarlee, ItMolntlona nnd Cord ot Thnk;Be must now special charge to the grand Jury In Ohio , county as provided Its moral advancement 4356-R- , par Hn. raontj- In ndrnnce. 4356-4366-4356-0Circuit Court hero today, Judge Carl Carroll's Statutes, 1915 Edition. We Charrh- Notleos lor. eerrlcee Iree, but other seek excuses for tho actions of Its dTrtliement, 6c per line. body. The two wrecking Henderson ordered an investigation opinion that this is not a are ot ABonjiaone communlontlonwlll receive no devils, illiteracy nnd State deficit, to determine tho names of persons practicaltheplan, that It would bo to Hantlon now occupy the seats of those who responsible for a hoax which recenttho detriment of the county to adopt sociehad it within their power to exter- ly brought several TBIjEPHOITIQ. of road working; wo nro ty and club women of this city Into thts systemunalterably opposed to tho minate them. .....123 CTim"brlo.rs.A ............. therefore, CO The day will come, aye, we thought tho limelight. Be it further system. 1 r' persons proposed It near, when tho representatives of Sometime ago unknown Resolved, That wo, tho citizens and the people will go to the capltol at caused fake summons to be Issued taxpayers of Ohio county in convenFRIDAY, MARCH '17. Frankfort to voice the sentiments of for members of the Bridge Club to t tion assembled, do hereby object to those whom they represent; when tho appear before the grand Jury and and protest against the adoption of ANNOUNCEMENTS. and wrangling, the scrapping give evidence concerning their card reput things over will bo ab- parties and prizes awarded at these tho plan as outlined in tho order of ferred to abovo for tho working We are authorized to announce sent. If the people are properly events. roads In Ohio county, and would When Judge Henderson convened tho TOM SPURRIER, of Grayson county, represented there Is really little for respectfully request tho Fiscal Court candldato for Congress, from tho tho legislator to do but ascertain court he called attention to card playof said county to rescind sold order Fourth District, subject to the action what his district or county wants and ing by women for prizes, which he and to work tho roads under tho sysRepublican primary, Saturday, vote for that thing until It is carried branded as gambling, and asked that of the ndopted, wherein they or overruled by a majority. an investigation be made. However, tem heretofore teams and graders. August 6, 1910. wpro worked by Tho prohibition cause has been tho grand Jury had taken no action Second. Bo it thcreforo resolved, hard hit by tho consplculty of those concerning the matter, and it is beyou we'd have some hot cakes who Imagine themselves its chamThat wo bellovo tho proposed plan Told lieved some practical Joker thought backward step and not a prowhen Bakei got In. pions. A cause, no matter how rich he saw an opportunity to have some is a gressive move; that If this plan In merits, will soon be looked upon amusement at the expense of the The boys In khaki will now leave should bo adopted and put into opwith disgust by "even a patient pub- women comprising the Bridge Club. off the Mexican bean and bean the eration under tho law us outlined "bobbed up.' lic when .continually In the sections referred to, It would JWextcan. Regardless of our personal views the RIGID CENSORSHIP AT bankrupt tho county, ns tho law comCOLUMBUS IS ORDERED thing Wright wrote the people, as we see it, expressed their Good pels tho overseers of tho various preKing" before they got desires upon this important issue "'Uncrowned cincts to keep tho bridges and roads when they permitted Governor StanSan Antonio, Tex., March 14. A co bloomin' common. conThey will rigid censorship was ordered ..estab- freo of obstruction and in good ley to become their leader. dition for travel, and if they fail to by Hope Carranza's Invading army have another chance In tho near 'fu- lished at, Columbus, N. M discharge their duty thoy may bo e MaJ. Gen. Funston. He Instructed doesn't force Villa Into Hartford, ture to decide between and the county unit and we believe Brig. Cen. Pershing, commanding punisnea oj inuiciuivui iuQuarterly Ohio county, Kentucky. the It should rest until that day. there, to take charge of the telegraph Court or warrant in, that by tho provision of this The Legislature has adjourned. A few 'good bills were passed, but cilice, watch all automobile' routes, Cpurt; county overseers would The latter word never sounded bo we will , remember the session of and guardjtelephone wires 9Ut ot law all of tho have power and authority to employ sweet to Kentucklans before. 1916 as one of fights, charges and town. This action was taken to prewagons, teams, plows, scrapers, and counter charges. Investigations were vent- news of the troop movement other implements, necessary to work Even Bryan says we should go o started,' "but quieted down before re- leaking out In press dispatches the roads, as required by law. This Mexico. When the Commoner sults could be obtained. reWhat a .Gen. Funston said newspaper the word It sho "do be time to different scene from that presented ports from New Mexico had been re- being true, we believe that the road fives overseers would bo compelled to put go. by our forefathers when they gath- vealing uvery movement of trooos, the roads in condition as described pass Carranza's army and Wilson's ered with an earnest desire to of the disposition of the forces and the ln,the Statute and' thnt in order to good and benefit amount of their equipment. jnen will probably use the same fer- laws for the real so, it would be necessary to It "There was no use trying to con- do wagons, teams, plows, scrapers, ry boat with which to cross the Rip their Commonwealth. men is unforwas with the ceal our plans here while there tunate, indeed, that Grande. and other implements necessary to best of Intentions must share in part a leak on the border," he" explained. carry out this law. In this they responsibility for the actions of this "Wo had to act." Chemicals for dyeing purposes create an Indebtedness that I It was indicated that if the cen- would In such demand we presume that session. ablo mig'it tho Fiscal Court would not be There is talk of an extra session. sorship 88 evaded martial law fancy stockings will be higher tills to pay, and thereby bankrupt tho We sincerely hope there will be none be the next step in controlling lae ., year than eyer befoje. county. Wo bellovo that If the Fisfor the people of Kentucky have had nuws situation at Columbus, cal Court would carefiilly examine "Washington says Villa's border enough. the Sections ot the Statutes referred For Sale. raid was unprovoked, but when we 4 to in its order, that it would find upEAGLE. THE FLIGHT OF THE top to think aboul It is'unprovoked Five horse power Stickney Gasoline We believe in a protective tariff Engine, good as new. Highest,grade on proper Investigation that the StaJbe correct word? Had the admintute gives tho road overseers too to protect our home industries in or istration kept out the old fox would dor that they may grow and thrive engine made.. Will sell cheap. much power, and tho requirements D. O. YOUNG, X&ore than likely be where Carranza For of the statuto are too great. per His is a wounded ambition until they reach that stage of Beaver Data, Ky. thati reason we recommend that tho 310W Is. 35t4 fectlon acquired by their older com and altho tho dastardjy outrage was r order be rescinded and that the plan jwjprovoked by the Innocent border petltors; because they enlarge our EL PASO MEXICAN PAPER of working the roads with teams and revenues with their taxes and hand pitlzens the "un" should be taken off SUPPRESSED BY POLICE graders be adopted Instead of tho the pay envelopes to our laborers. when applied by Washington. present plan. Just so are we in favor of protec El Paso, Tex., March 14. FernanThird. Wo believe and so recomby some If wo go into Mexico and return tion of our home merchants stop the do Gamlochlpl, editor and proprietor mend, that If tho present plan of kind of legislation 'that will without becoming involved with tho orworking tho roads Is adopted, as outeagle from Its of El Paso Del Norte, the official Carranza government we miss our flight of tho dollar Ohio county gan here of the Carranza Govern- lined In tho order above referred to, nesting place. Tho guess. Mexican pride will hardly and the that It will only bo a short tlmo bepays taxes In Ohio county. ment, was arrested Stand for the campaign necessary for merchant paper which was to fore tho roads will bo In such a conHe employs clerks who mako th'eir edition ot the comthe capture of tho outlaw nnd a have been put on tho streets dition that It will be Impossible to plete occupation of the war torn Re- home In the county and his employes morning confiscated. The di- keep them up, unless tho overseers also pay taxes at home. He is, in public Is very likely to bo the result progres rect cause of the action was an in- adopt the plan as suggested In Resof the bandit chase. If that comes most cases, a good fellow, a flammatory article In which Gamlo- olution 2; that the court will finalcomto pass we will need about 500,000 sive citizen and a benefit to his de- ly adopt somo other system ot workof business chlpl called on all to prepare to jnen and the boys who are so anxious munity. Put him out fend themselves against "the com- ing tho roads; that dtllng this tlmo for eervice will have tho opportunity. and what would we havo? post has mon enemy" and predicted that all the roads will get In such condition The advent of the parcel Jn the meantime has Mexico decided It tho Ameri- that it will require largo sums of resulted in the flight of the eagle. factions would unlto what sized force sho will need to money to repair them or put them In getting tho cans crossed the border. Mall order houses are lake Washington. "The Americans are prepared; 'the as good condition as they aro now; business that rightfully belongs" to prepare," was one that tho only way tho roads can bo tho home merchant. True, there are Mexicans must MORE ADOUT BONDS. f sentence. maintained or kept in good condiThere were men here Saturday some things that we can not buy from Shortly after Gamlochlpl was ar- tion for travel is by the uso of must then go from alL parts of the county and on the local dealer. We rested Andres Garcia, the Mexican teams and graders, and when this the streets groups could be seen here where the article can be purchased. Consul here, hurried to police head- plan is not used, the roads will necan nd there discussing the bond ques- But when the home merchant quarters and asked for the release of cessarily be damaged and largo sums tion and after hearing the opinion supply you, you will not only saye the prisoner. The police refused his ot money heretofore expended on purof" several leading citizens we are in the long run on the article request. Two papers devoted to the them, lost. In Justice to the Fiscal flrmly convinced that the bonds will chased but you will keep the money your own community Interest ot the DIazistas havo recent- Court.and tho tax payers of the counnot carry unless this $300,000 Is circulating In ty, we think it should reconsider Its ly been suppressed by tho police. placed in the hands of, men who are and assist tho man who favors you. order and ndopt the plan suggested money orders went $2,801.00 In not only good, honest fellows but PLEASANT GROVE. herein, and we therefore earnestly as well. Men who know to tho mall order houses through March 13. Rev. W. R. Oldham recommend that it do so. bow to handle thousands and who tho Hartford, post office during the All of which is respectfully subregular appointment here can get the best results from tbe'dol-Ja- r month of February, 1916, to say Allied his mitted. currency Saturday and Sunday. must be chosen, and the earlier nothing of the checks and R. S. JACKSON, Mrs. W. C. Carter died Monday this commission is appointed the be- mailed direct. It would not be GUY McSHERRY, amount and was burled Tuesday at Hopetter It will bo. for those who want tho amiss to estimate the total c JOE BARRETT, quite a numberof sent out of Ohio county during that well. She leaves ' iwnds. C. N. TAYLOR, , to mournher Some do not seem" to understand month to the mall order houses at relatives and friends Committee. the issue thoroughly and for them $10,000.00, and February Is a dull death. Mr. Bethel Shrader moved to county merchants could ire have gathered this Information. month. Ohio Work Scarce in Illinois. recently, 'where ho will The highest possible lncreaso of tax- use that $10,000.00. They could ln- Fordsville Chatham, III. Mr. Bud Acton, ot in quantity and take a position as rural mall carrier es for this purpose is 20 cents on tho creaso their stock Kentucky, arrived in Chatham re.hundred dollars. Tho Interest on quality, and give you better returns on route 3. Mr. A. Potty moved to the houso cently. Thero has been quite a numyour money. the indebtedness would probably bo for Kentucky boys left hero in tho Now, what have wo gained by vacated by Mr. Shrader, where ho ber of 4 per cent, but wo would have tho 2 weeks looking for work. A sending this $10,000.00 away from and his wife will manage tho Patls- - last benefit of $600,000 for the interest tow years ago this was a good counexchange. homo. Wo know of a man who vlllo on 1300,000, under tho State-aismoke try to get work and good wages, but Mr. Charlie Davlsson's We would havo thirty years in which bought a stove from a mall order off Its pillars Tues- that is a thing ot tho past now. Times io pay off. Work for a considerable houso. Ho got tho stove cheaper housebywas blown storm. are awful hard hero now. Thero tho wind length ot time would bo furnished than ho could havo from a homo day N. Shrovo and family visit- are hundreds of peoplo out of work Mr. J. every laborer and team in the coun- merchant, but it was an oft brand and cannot find any work, and famity. Tho only money that would go and when some ot tho parts burned ed W. C. Keene's family Sunday. Groceries and all was called to tho lies to support. Mrs. Ell Mcador out of tho county would bo that paid out tho repairs coat him almost as awful high as tho stovo. He could havo bedsldo ot her father Friday, who kinds of eatables aro out for material. That would not much hero. A man has got to make good mount to half of tho $600,000. We saved several dollars, had he bought Is very ill. Mr. Charlie Davlsson went to As- - wages to live. would still have the annual revenue tho stovo from a homo dealer and Gentlemen, I will tell you, thero of $22,000 to 124,000 to provldo a t ho admits it. Tho same is most, like- kin Thursday. n -!. Tim nnnnln mil nil hnrn urn vary Is lots of people hero jroui different !.. ma An.l ly truo of many ot tho deals put over Binding lunu UUU icyiwi luuuaj much behind with their work on ac 'states, it they had sufficient money ' 1ullt. The election will bo hold with that $10,000.00. to get back to their homo Stato, they Assuming February as au averago count ot sd much bad weather. aro yot- -' 20, 1910. It the bonds Hartford Republican. ed dowji this year another voto not bo taken for threo years. can- mm mmm wm JkrtJ ytrimmings :: ' to-th- e $Ssgja ifl ?.. Cf Ky Z f ! WAISI3 - P, - leg-islati- well-know- n jlftass Goods ... JHolLD ; Sf PEW SPRING 11 YOU JTYLE-5- SEE OUR. NEW JPHINd GOOD.$; BRIGHT, . NEW LOT-- PATTERN. OF PRETTY BRAND NEW LITTLE THINd S b I NEW AND ATTRACTIVE. COME BUY OUR SPRING THING S AND MAK!e to-d- ay YOUR.SELF PRETTY AND ATTRACTIVE, OUR NEW GOOD.S WILL NOT ONLY PLEASE YOUR EYE-S- , BUT THE PRICEJ WILL PLEASE YOUR PUR.SE. '' State-wid- ' . . ; 1 -- J In-t- CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. cm-pl- Hartford, Kentucky. would noyer return to this country again. There has been lots of sickness hero this winter, diphtheria, lagrlppo and pneumonia has been the talk hero this winter, and there haB been some places quarantined ot small pox lately. Former Kcntucklan. he-i- ng -- -- d. ... m 1 The Man For President. Tho Republicans of Ohio' county demand a man as their leader in the great contest' of 1916, a man of Intelligence, a man of, integrity, a man of well known and approved political opinions. Thoy demand a statesman, they demand a reformer after, as well as before, the election. They demand a politician in the highest broadest, and best sense a man of superb moral courage. They demand a man acquainted with tho public affairs, with tho wants of tho peoplo, with not only tho requirements of tho hour, but with tho demands ot tho future. Thoy demand a man broad enough to comprehend tho relation of this Government to tho other nations ot the earth. They demand a man well versed In tho powers, duties and prerogatives of each and every depart ment ot this Government. Thoy demand a man who will sacredly preserve tho financial honor ot this government; ono who knows enough to know that tho National debt must be paid through the prosperity of the people; ono who knows enough to know that all the money must be mado, not by law, but by labor, one who knows enough to know that the people ot this government have the Industry to mako the money and tho honor to pay It over just as fast as they make Jt. Tho Republicans ot Kentucky demand a man who knows that prosperity and resumption, when they come, must come together, that when thnv pnmn fhnv will nnmn tinn.l In through the golden harvest I hand fields, hand lu hand by tho turning ( wheels, had in band by tho open turnace uoors, nana in nana by the flaming forges; hand In hand by tho chimneys filled with eager fire greeted and grasped by tho countless sons of toil. This monoy has to be dug out ot tho earth, you cannot mako It by passing resolutions In a political convention. Tho Republicans of Kentucky want a man who knows that this government should protect every citizen at homo and abroad, who knows that any government that will not defend Its defenders and protect Its protec tors is a disgrace to,th,o .worjd(.0ur country crowned with tho vast and marvelous achievements ot this twentieth century, asks for a man who is tho greatest combination ot heart and conscience, and brain beneath tho flag. Such a man for tho Republican party leader there can bo no dofeat. This is a great year; a year filled with thp recollections of President Wilson's watchful-waitinfilled with proud and tender memories ot tho past, with tho sacred legends ot liberty; n year in which tho sons of freedom will drink from tho fountains of enthusiasm; a year in which tho peoplo call for a man who is n financier and a statesman. ? Republicans of Ohio county arirr Kentucky, in tho namo ot tills great Republic, the only republic that exist on earth; in tho name ot all her defenders and all her supporters; In the namo ot all her soldiers dead $ tho battlo field, and in tho namo of all those who havo porlshcd on tho high seas within tho last two years by tho use of submarine crafts, and lu the namo ot all our American citizens and soldiers who havo been shot down by Mexicans and bandits; whoso sufferings we so vividly remember. Republicans of Ohio county for our next President of this great Republic that prlnco ot parliamentarians, that leader of leadors, is Chas. W. g, n. f Fairbanks, ot Indiana. Yours, O. L. WEDDING, Dundee, Ky. f PLEASE TAKE US i i JYHH YOU, WOODROW ( Nogles, Ariz., March 15. Alas for tho bygono glory of tho stars and stripes, it's all ovor with tho United States now. Wo've been conquered. Not only has Francisco Villa Invaded tho United States, but ho has taken tho States ot NowvMoxlco and Texas, and, brushing asido the feeble resistenco of Gen. Funston, is trlumphatly pressing north, while President Wilson nnd his family aro fleeing from Washington to Canada for safety. This morsol ot cheerful tidings has Just arrived horo In a copy of a weekly newspaper printed in Spanish in Durango, capital of tho province of that name, south of Sonora. Bury tho family silver, folks, hldo the church bells ami bo nuro a nil burn all tho bridges leading into" town. Alas and nlackaday tjj - 4- Im - u We Are Daily Receiving Our and brought back Tuesday. Imm 4tn1 mi MtntfnJ nnt tT "U ttUU Of ile I bond placed at $500, Mr, G. Mlsrf Examln-- 1 TlnltAtf'a JJ1C i STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluko'McFl'uk'o.r v Answer to' 'Fluke McFluko's inquiry, "Vho put the kdy In whls-koy- ?' Tho samo guy that put tho bar lri Darnett. Al. (contributed.) Our prayer now Is, that tho good Lord may, If it is nbt asking too much, deliver us from an extra session' of tho Kentucky Legislature. ' I NeW Spring Goods! Owing to scarcity of dye stuff, and a general short("J, " " A Favored Tailored Dren of 3cr( I " i is to do your shopping early, and 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 Thatlt Pays to Trade With a House ThatSsives You Money. McCall Pattern Ho. 6707. one of the many new uetignt far November, age of much material, we placed a large per cent of our spring orders sometime ago, thereby saving a large advance to our customers in;many lines. Much of ouxspring stock cannot be duplicat ed at the price bought, hence our advice to you that' tho Kentucky tribe could clean , ' . out quite a bunch of greasers. We Red Top. Tho best grade of Red Top Seed suggest Brock; Webb", Harvey and Piimphrey as officers. on tho market. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Tho Kentucky Legislature reminds us of St. Patrick's day, it has so WESTERN KENTUCKY MINERS TO CONFER AT PITTSBURG much Green In it. ' ,of Dundee, and pjajoh,' wero quietly married at tho homo of tho brldo's parents at Olaton Sunday afternoon. Tho wedding was kept secret until, tire day of tho ceremonies and tho announcement comes as a surprlso to tho many friends of tho couple. Tho brldo is tho sister of Jailor W. P, Mldklff, of Hartford, and a,very popular young lady, while Mr. Ralph is ono of the most well known citizens in tho county. Ho was for two years road and brldgo commissioner for the county and was once a candldato for tho Republican nomination for sheriff Mr. and Mrs. Raplh will mako their futuro homo In Dundee. Harriot " MldklflV i LIFE AND FARM INSURANCE! t SEE S. P. McKINNEY , BEAVER DAM, & SON, KY. If th6'boss"pe'mifs the ofllco devil to ball our dope up 5 or C times in succession as ho" did "last week, we're aiming' to raise so'md thunder. "Vliy not send the Kentucky Legi isjatur.c; to Mexico? It strikes us - 4. District managers for the Mutual Benefit of New- ark, N. J., which Ib one of the oldest Muttial Com- panies doing business in this State. They will also insure your property in old and well established companies doing business in thk State. The best is none too good. When in need of life or fire insurance call them over either 'phone the Cumberland or Home. Office in rear of R. T. Taylor's drug, store. Beaver Dam. t t Z&p&S-f- ei J S m '. T. T Messrs, J. W. Hale, Fordsvlllo, and Lyman G. Barrett, of Barrett's Per ry, recently, .qualified as Notary Pub lics. FRIDAY, MARCH 17. Miss Beatrice Haynes was the winL., H. & ST. Ii. R. R. TIME TABLE. ner of the grand prlro in the Ohio No. 113 due at Ellmitch 8:32 p.m. County Drug Company contest The No. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:30 a. m. capital prize was a beautiful grafo-nol- a. No. 112 Lt. Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. 6:36 p.m. Come to the Green Front Grocery Lt. Irvlngton .. 6:56 p.m. for anything In the grocery lino. EvAr. Louisville . 7:40 p. m. erything now and fresh. Farmers' Lv. Louisville .. 8:36 a.m. phone. No. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. For Sale. One pair of good work Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. mules, harness and wagon. ' Ar. Ellmitch p. m. 1:04 EZRA GORMAN, 36t4 BeaVcr Dam, Ky. M., II. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. Breaking Plows, Vujcan Chilled, South Bound, No. 116 8:46 a m. Bluo Bird and New Ground Plows at Duo at Hartford. reduced prices. Bouud, No. 114 North . W. E. ELLIS & BRO. p. m. 6:55 Duo at Hartford....-:..The chicken law goes into effect (Both "Mixed Trains.) , Hartford' Republican. Ill ... ' Jumbo and Swcot at,. Moore's. of the last payment due OlTlo county teachers has been received by Superintendent Shults. The remainder will, not be forwarded before June 1st, so tho Superintendent Informs us. The Columbia Life insurance Co., will loan you half tho. value of your Mr. Eollx Shaver, of Beaver Dam land for 6 years. No loans taken ' route 3, was here Saturday. for less than $500. For terms, seo W. H.. PARKS. - Mr. E. FrRendirTof "Beaver Dam, Hartford, Ky. was here the first 'of the eeki 36tf Wedpapers"" were recently reLegal Mrs. .A."W.Logah returned nesday from a visit to Louisville. corded In tne County .Clerk's office by' Mrs. MriT Heavrin ietF yesterday which Mr. J. W. Ford, of Hartford, for a visit to relatives In Louis- leases to the U. S. Government, Post ' ' Ofllco Department, the, present post ville. site, for a period of 10. years, Miss Ruth Tlohenor, of" Center-tow- office Gayle Tlch-eno- r. commencing with Sept. 6, 1915. The Is the guest of Miss consideration for the lease is J400 per year, payable quarterly. This Is Mr. Glenn Barnes Is the guest of perhaps tho first document of this Dr. q. R. Bennett and wife, of Green- - character ever placed upon the publio "vllle. records of Ohio county. : Misses Hettlo Riley and Vcrna Theodore Balloy, aged 20, was arDuko will return today from a short rested at Beavor Dam by sheriff visit to Louisville. Koown Sunday, charged with horso Mr. W. D.'MooreTcTNew York, la stealing, brought to Hartford and visiting his father, Col. W. H. Mooro lodged in Jail. He confessed to havand other relatives. ing stolo a horse belonglug to Mr. no time" to'loso if you Frank SInnet, who lives In the Clear You, have-want some of those fresh Reelfoot Run neighborhood, valued at ?175. The horso was stolen by Dalloy SatLake fish at Petty's. Tuesday urday night and taken to Rochester, Mr. R. "T.ller returned nl.hl of tor nn Attended visit Wltll . whero he disposed of the animal tor J.vv. ... I $75. It was recovered by Mr. Slnnot relatives lu Princeton, Iud, One-thlF- Rov. Birch Shields, was hero Tuesday. Mr. J. D. Dodson, was here this week. County Attorney C. M. Crowe was in Fordsvlllo Saturday. Nevf barrel Kraut Just opened at Moore's Meat Market. Mr. Jno. H. Barnes, of Beaver Dam, waB here yesterday. Mr. J. W.Halo and son, of Fords-vlll- o, were here Tuesday. Better bo building that poultry yard, U. S. Carson has the Mixed Pickles poultry wlro. Also American Wire 37tf Fencing. of Beaver Dam, Mrs. J. T. House, Mrs. Mary Grable and Mrs. Florence Kurtz, of of Owensboro, Drakesborough, were In attendance . at the burial of Mrs. Dolila HumphADrll 1. rey tusday d ' n, "'" . Rio Grande, and betook himself to If wo do send our soldiers over In Chicago with an important commisMexico let's prepare that old flint sion to perform. In the course of his fock gun so that it may bo shot now Notice. rambles about the streets of our thriv The nowly elected Ohio County Re- and then; darn a gun that won't ing city the "general" called upon H. publican Executive Committee will shoot in time3 of battle P., Epstein who conducts a pawnshop ." meet at tho court house in Hartford, at 55 West Madison street. If it requires" 10" days to move Tuesday, March 21, at 1 p. m. PurAs the "general" explained, ho was or 4,000 soldiers across a line reorganization. pose! I almost shodted, "Aha I Now you a blunt soldier, not skilled In the par-sui- ts you can't "seejwhen they are enthat of barter and trade. TI ioagk turncamped on said Imaginary line, how have him!" for the tables were To' My easterners. meGetting his forefeet on the ti- rich, he was embarrassed for long would it take to raise, equip ed. Having formed a partnership with ger's prostrate carcass, the boar gave diate funds, the currency of Mr. T a either of the R. L. Alford, for tho conduct of the and send a real'army to '""' two or three short, ripping gashes being valuable only upon such occa' grocory business, It becomes Impera- coasts With, his strong white tusks that al- sions as it might be mistaken for citive that all outstanding accounts'be ' most disemboweled his foe; and then, gar coupons. The "general" exhibited 'Speaking of things' going up.whilo settled at once, therefore in order "w't? stagger- a small fortune of this money vkiefc jbdn't exactly 'Call It' an advance, exhausted by the effort, he up the books,' I urgently reto clean ed aside and lay down, panting and he offered to dispose of, it Is said, for quest that you, who know yourselves but did you ever see anything go up champing his tushes, but still, defi- the ridiculous sum of five cents om to he indebted to me call and settle much "faster than- ladies" skirts are' ant, with bis head to the foe. the dollar. this' year. ' not later than March 1st. While war brides are a little est But the tiger, too, wassick sick Yours respectfully; blood-lettin- g had of his line, Mr. Epstein's business If it takes Mut Hunter a quarter unto death. The E. D. (PUP) THOMAS. And now, sagacity would not permit him to of an hour to run from first to home, been too much for him. a? -- . thinking it was time for third par- overlook a bargain like this. Ho In how many minutes could Bob ntrthday Dinner; ' ty to step in, I let the two disabled bought a valise full of the pretty ' '" ' .alker? Wednesday was tho 70th annivercombatants have the contents of both Yllla lithographs. sary of the birth of Mrs. Evallrie DaThe dapper "general" then called my barrels. .Youth's Companion. We want to know if this prepared vis, who Is quite ill at the home of on M. Stein, 60S South State street, . ness business on the sea has anything' her son, James T. Davis, near and Adolph Kos's, 61 West Jfadtsom GOOD PRICES severaf of her friends to "do with the high cost of navy and street, and executed like transsctloBs. and relatives gathered, to celebrate beans. If it do, we're" agin it. The attention of Government o&-clAre Received For Bedford House? her birth. Those present were: recently was called to the-fa9 AMONG THE CHURCHES. hold Goods. Mrs. Wlllam Moy, of Linton, Ind.;, ;?3 that these three pawnshops were ailnf Mr., and Mrs. Captolla Davis and lit? Uhristlaar-Regu- lar Lexington, Ky., March ,14. The ing Villa currency at ten cents oa the Services at the Since the recognition of the "I Lud wig' Detective agency of 'Kansas 'dollar. Mable Denton. Hart'ford. R. .1;" Mrs. Carranza. government (Mexico) Yilts. Clty.has been engaged in the search " u" Z Palentlno Coots, Sunnydale; Mrs. W. , Federal y the minister. S. for Samuel W. Bedford and 1,0,00. money is valueless" here. B. Hlnton. Narrows, R. 2; Amanda Zte"hl?g confiscated $50,088 sC at copies of a circular bearing the pic- officials ay 'Christian, Endeavor Davis and Mr. and Mrs. James T..Er?arln) description of the man were the, currency in the three shops:. Davis and little son, Thelmore. They o:'io. ino BQDjeci wr uie eveuuig ture and They are. also looking for the dask-i- ng "Getting Rower from our forwarded to its headquarters tohave, quite an enjoya- - will be,' all seemed to young "general." But the "ces Pledge:" BenJ. Taylor leader. The night. The circulars will be sent to I ble time. pastor's morning theme will be eve.ry branch "of the agency in the 'eral" is elsewhere Just now. Chicaga . ...... .. I fA II j. "ureatness in me service oiunnsi. United States and men put on watch Daily Journal. Dies While Visiting Blste.. The themeAfor the evening sermon in every largo city. The agency will After a weeks illness of pneumonia , A Slow Chap. , Mrs. Dellla Humphrey died, at tho will be, "The Great Salvation." 1?he claim the reward if the man Is "You wouldn't kiss a girl against Public is cordially invited to attend found, but otherwise will not mako homo of her sister, TUrs. M. E. Patter- less-year a charge for Its work. Chairman W. her will, would you?" asked the son on Wnahlneton street. Mondav H O' these services. maiden, f 1AW& mmmmmmmFm AAHirlnA C. Lawwlll, of the local committee, AA "No, I would not." A Battle In Tho Jungle. is superintending tho distribution; of was conducted at the cemetery by ,In an unusually Interesting volume circulars among the hotel clerks and I Then she tried another approach. tho Rev. R. D. Bennett after which entitled "Memories railroad ticket agents In many cities i "Would you resist very macfc if a. tho remains wero interred in Oak qfreminiscences, India'," Sir Robert Baden-Powe- ll of, and tho local police are assisting in. girl tried to kiss you?' wood. quotes this description of a pitched every possible way to help find a Mrs. Humphrey had been visiting battle between a tiger and a boar trace .of tho man who disappeared her sister several days before she that. a Mr. Inglls watched from a nearly a month ago. tTo AAittimifnit 'ntianmrlntii ... v..-..,v. tinmn hwlng lace neaf a pool Qf wat A sale of1 tho household effects of yMMVUUU4U HMO When tho boar saw the tiger tho the Bedford family this afternoon latter, roared. But the old boar did resulted In the disposal of the furNOTICE. not seem to mind, the roar so very niture at good prices. Pay your Taxes now and avoid the much. He repeated his "hoo! hoo!" . penalty. in an even more aggressive, Insult- SUFFRAGE MAY COME TO HOOKER WILLIAMS, ing and defiant manner. Nay, he acCollector. VOTE YET THIS SESSION tually advanced with a short, sharp rush in the direction of' the striped BEAVER DAM. Washington, March 14". Suffrage Daisy 'Wright returned home Intruder. Intently peering, through still may come before the House, for Mrs. --Sunday, after a month's visit to. tho indistinct light, we eagerly watch- a voto this session. By a unanimous ed, the strange conflict. Crouching vote the House Judiciary Committee friends and relatives In Louisville. Mr: and Mrs.'W. E. Travis, Mr.Jlpw, the I'eer crjiwled stealthily j y on I decided to reconsider and Mrs. J. L. Lallenger and Mr. rpuao and round the boar, which March 28 the voto by which lt re George Brunton made a flying trip changed, front with every movement cently postponed consideration jut first-cla- ss of his Uthe adversary and kept his all suffrage proposals until Decemto Louisville last week. Misses Allenne and Vienna Leach determined head and sharp, deadly ber 15., visited their father, Senator Albert tusks over facing the foe. The The decision followed a long fight Leach, In Frankfort, last week. bristles .,of the boar's back stood in the committee. In some quarters Mrs. Harloy Qulnn and children, at a right angle to his strong it is feared the Administration's- dehead was sire for a prompt disposal of of Central City, returned homo Sun- spine. His wedge-shape- d day, after a visit to Mrs. Quinn's bent low, and the whole attitude of legislation and an, early mother, Mrs. Nettie Channin. the, beast betokened alertness and adjournment will prevent the issue Miss Norine Stevens, of Cromwell, angry resolution. coming to the floor this session. In. their" circling tho two animals returned Saturday,, after a three week's visit to her sister, Mrs. George yyore now nearer to each other and Resourceful. nearer to us, and wo could see every Trout. Co. A. negro preacher was edlfled on ILJ Mrs. J. At Leach and daughters, movement plainly. one occasion, 'by the recital of a f Crouching still lower and gather- dream .had by a member of his Chicugs Wahnlta and GenevlOYO, loft Sunday for a week's visit In Louisville and ing his sinewy limbs beneath him, the church. 'l tiger suddenly startlod the stillness Frankfort. "All dls time," said tho narratqr, becausp Mr. and Mrs. Z'. Wilbur Mitchell with a loud roar,, and sprang upon "I was dat I was in OIo entertained a few of their friends the boar. With ono dexterous sweep Satan's dominions. there is I tell you, with roQk at their home on Main of his strong paw tho tiger fetched pahson, dat sho''was a bad dreamt" im,TiV none street Friday evening, from 8 to 11. the boar a terrific slap right across "Was any whlto men there?" asked Those present were; Messrs, J. E. the Jaw that mado the strong beast tho dusky divine, better. Williams, Ernest Taylor, Latina Old- reel; but, ho replied with a hoarse "Sho" plenty of 'em," the other, ham, J. R. Williams, Dr. C. DeWeese, grunt of defiance, and with two or hastened to assure tho minister. Leave your C. Oldham, H. Miller and C, P. Aus- three sharp thrusts with his cruel "What was they doln'?" measure 17 tin; MesdameB. G. W. Briinton, G. P. tuBks marked the tiger's coat with "Every one of 'em," was the annature had over swer, "was today. Trout, I. S. Mason, C. P. Austin, J. more stripes than a cullud pusson E. Williams, Ernest Taylor, J. R. painted there. Presently both com- between him an' do fire!" Williams, Latina Oldham, C, Do- - batants wero streaming with gore. The tiger's tremendous buffet had Weose, O. Oldham, Hiram MMer.and Albert Leach. Dainty refreshments . torn flesh and skin away from tho FOR FLETCHER'S were Berved and all reported, a very, boar's cheek and forehead, and left HARTFORD, KY. 'n ffrp'nt nclv flan that hunir over his enjoyable evening. 3,-0- Central City, Ky., March" .15.- Tho Policy' and Scale committees of District 23, United Mino Workers of America', left Central City today for Pittsburg, whero they will entor in- -' to a conference with tho International Policy committee of the United Mine Workers. Tho Western Kenrepresent C.00Q tucky delegates members out of 450,000. A tie that binds; bonds which ' fu- ture posterity will bo called upon' to settle. "v Guess that Uncle Sam's soldiers mnj; Bo prepared in ten 'days or two weeks to step over the border and chaso Villa some. :" ''' ' face and half blinded him. But the pig was on his mettle. With another hoarse grunt he made straight for the tiger, who dexterously eluded the charge, and, quick as a cat, doubled on himself and alighted clean on tho boar's back. He sank .his teeth in the boar's shoulders, tearing and biting great mouthfuls of flesh from the back of his maddened enemy. He seemed to be having all the best of lt, so much so that the boar stumbled and fel forward, whether by accident-- " or design I know not; but tho effect was to throw the tiger clean over his head on the ' ground. ' SOLD DOLLARS FOR. 5 CEHTR Now Police Are Seeking Dealer La "War Bride." Not so long since a dashing raae Mexican "general" furloughed kiss-se- lf form the warring camps of Ike saddle-colore- d pariots south of tka 'fl'Jietf' ' -- J' ' Sun-nydal- o, als -- et .' " fK " to-d- , . . v mm A I L nw.. W0 We Believe In Being Up to Date to-da- and therefore con duct a tailoring depart- - ment. We feature the workmanship of ti .K Price I tYE, v ' IMP ... Children Cry Hub Clothing Co. CASTORIA afceWs Mf t.V- - MAMPMiMaawi -- i t covered that in the bee these two under next spring and then seed tho FARM DEPARTMENT senses cannot bo separate'd nt all. land for permanent pasture. By crops are raised in In fact, tho, sense of tasto proves to this mothod two olfactory ono season that will enrich the soil, bo merely ono phase of tho senso, or sense of smell. In testing add largo quantities of vegetable Ltvo Stock. matter to It and improve Its texturo. Ky., sold the sense of theso InscctB the Giltncr Bros,. Eminence aubstancea wero tho mdst Ono year's use of tho land will bo A Hereford heifers by Beau important ones used: Vinegar, lime lost, but tho Increased number of $1,500. sulphur, kerosene, carbolic acid, for- - animals that a pasture seeded nfter carry ahovo in 1915 mlc acid, oil of peppermint, qulnlno such preparation will r..i.n.i n fn and strychnine, and various other that of land seeded without such 373 head of pedigreed cattle worth nuu treatment will soon makeup the SailS mixed Willi C.II1U DUBUI fiU average of $170 each, honey, besides other candies mado loss. sugars and honey. Dr. At the eighth annual sale of An- of various Utilizing Rough Lands. City, Mo., Mclndoo began by feeding the bees gus cattlo held at Green Thcro aro large areas in tho cotton from which flvo recently 49 head everaged $148.85. several substances states of rough, hilly and badly washclasses were chosen to study tho repellant, sweet, hitter, sour ed lands, that aro returning little or Mrs. H. B. Duryca has announced substances, tho four latter no Income. C. T. Ames of tho Hilly that the Shorthorn herd at Lospedeza and salty being representative of tho attributes Springs, Miss., Experiment Station Farm Hickory Valley, Tenn., will be advises that such lands be fenced of human taste. continued. experiments show that bees and seeded to lespedeza in February Tho or March, simply scattering ovor the Cook Farms, Lexington, Ky., re- like honey best of all foods, and that they are nble to distinguish tho dif- land 15 to 20 pounds of seed an port that they nreselllng moro draft of acre. The seed should be sown when mares to the South this season than ferences between various kindsdistho land Is moist. Tho lespedeza honey; that they have 'likes and ever before. likes, and that they can distinguish will furnish somo pasture tho first perceptible season. It will spread and gradualIn 1915, sheepmen of tho United in foods differences not peppermint, ly stop the washing and help All up bought 199 head of sheep to tho writer, pil of States man, Is dis- tho gullies. Every day that it grows from Great Britain worth an averago which Is agreeable to on tho con- It will add to tho fertility of the land. each, as against 722 head in tasteful to bees, while fit $35 trary, another substance which the Mr. Ames says that after pasturing X9U at $45 each. experimenter did not liko seemed to for Ave years, wornout hill land that has been seeded in this way may bo pleaso tho bees. E. W. Donoho, Pallsville, Tenn., plowed and will yield was also discovered that the terraced and purchased several of the best animals It a bale of cotton to the acre. It will M the Shorthorn sale of Klrkpatrick bees must first cat moro or less of pay to Btart Bermuda grass on tho JJros., held at Benton, 111., February certain foods beforo they can dislespedeza gets a good tinguish between them, indicating Adds after the 15, 1916. start. i that they have a true gus On tho rough land, and on all land M. tatory senso unless this dlscrlmlmv The Herford herd of the late J. In pastures, the brush, briars and Curtice whose farm was In Jackson tlon Is made possible by means of purchas- the olfactory sense. Since it was not weeds should be cut and grubbed out County, Missouri., has been and kept out. ed by E. F. Swinney, President of possiblo to determine this point by The usual mothod of propagating the First National Bank at Kansas experiment, tho author made a thor- Bermudas is to plant the "root or City, Mo. ough Btudy of the sense organs on or pieces of soil. near tho mouth of the bee. After James Sherrls, formerly manager studying the anatomy of tho'two genGet Seed Early. Of the Lespedeza Farm Shorthorns eral types of sense organs, Innervat "Of course the real "safe farmer" at Hickory Valley, Tenn., is now in ed hares and pores, the author de charge of the herd owned by McMi- cided that the bee possesses only a has had his seed ready for weeks, llan and McMillan, Lodi, Wis. sense of smell, although, judging well selected and tested and graded. get everything from the experiments to find the likes All others should A great deal of wool has been sold and dlsljkes of bees as regards foods, ready at once. The extension serin Montgomery .county, Kentucky, 30 the indications were that bees also vice of the University of Kentucky cents, while as high as 37 had a sense more or less similar to and the United States Department .and 32 of Agriculture is carrying on a concents has been paid for clean fleeces, our senso of taste. t During his experiments he also stant campaign for "preparedness." and 40 cents has been refused for tome fleeces. There Is a good yield investigated the tactile sense, or the Get the best ears of corn from your sense of. touch, of the honey bee, and crib, take off tips and butts, shell by Jn that section. believes that with tho organs for that hand, and then grade out all small Live stock valued at $300,000 Is purpose the bee Is enabled to mold and irregular grains. If not satis-fle- d with tho yielding quality of your on exhibition t at the South-wein uniform thickness the walls of all American Live Stock Show which its cells. He also investigated the corn, And some neighbor with a betwas held at Oklahoma City, Okla. manner in which bees eat liquid foods ter yielding corn and get at least Several hundred live stock raisers by capillary attraction and by a enough for a few acres. Get out arrived on the morning of the open-,ln- g pumping force which they possess. your cotton seed and test for germday, March 4, and many re- Solid substances, which they cannot ination. If not satisfied with your mained until the close of the show, eat at once, are dissolved by the ap- variety, 'get your neighbors together March 10. plication of saliva. He discovered and agree on one .variety for the that many solid substances, which neighborhood, at least one variety The lamb and wool market at Car- are not previously smelled by the for the upland and another for the lisle, Ky., is becoming active for bees, release odors through the phy bottom land. Make sure of enough summer delivery. Wool is report- sical or chemical changes brought cowpeas, soy beans, Spanish peanuts. ed selling as high as thirty-eigabout when they are dissolved by Get your white and your red clover cents per pound, and lambs as high saliva. These odors are first receiv- seed and your lespedeza. .Don't forcents per ed by the olfactory organs of the get the garden seed. Buy in bulk. at eight and pound. Some predict that wool will mouth parts which are the nearest Get your neighbors together and buy o to forty cents or higher lafer. taste all garden seed In quantity and then and for this reason the sense seems to be only a phase of divide. Then when tho ground is .Farmers Home Journal. just right for the planting you won't the sense of smell of bees. Transfers of Saddle Horses. Dr. Mclndoo and the few other have to wait to get the seed. The following transfers of saddle scientists who have fed Insects foods Broody Hens Are Poor Layers. horses were recently made at tho containing undesirable substances, Contrary to the general opinion, office of the American Saddle Horse have observed that they refuse such Breeders Association: foods after eating more or less of hens that go broody early or often Woodrow Lad 6338, stallion, to S. them. From this observation the are poor layers. So soys Edward S. T. Pratt, HUIsboro, Ark., from G. other authors have concluded that Parsons of New York In Farm and B. Murphy, Natchitoches, La. insects can taste, although they have Home, who bases his opinion on recJoe John 7190, stallion, to J. H. not ascertained whether they possess ords kept for three years with a flock Flowers, Haworth, Okla., from W. sense organs anatomically adapted of 2,000 White Leghorns. L. Graham, Cornlshvllle, Ky. Broodiness can be cured, and tho for tasting, nor have they considered Silver Wave 10397, mare to Mrs. the role played by the sense of smell hen brought back to laying, but In Dr. Mclndoo the majority of cases tho egg organs Elliot Wheeler, Easton, Md., from in these responses. Harry Smith, Nashville, Tenn. says that it Is almost Impossible to havo become absorbed to the extent Dandy Mc. 5950, stallion to N. B. determine whether we taste or smell that it will take three weeks or more H&rdeman, Henderson, Tenn., from certain substances when we eat them. before the hen is laying again, and M. F. McCrory, Lavlnla, Tenn. Before being eaten by us a food some- she usually will become broody for Dudley Chief 6840, stallion to times emits only a faint odor or none tho second time after laying a few Paul Trovllllon Brownfleld, 111., from at all; but when we eat it a pro- eggs. The few eggs laid by these Abraham Baker, Temple, Hills, 111. nounced odor is perceived, showing hens during the summer months will Hexy's Chief 5130, stallion to that in such cases the odorous par- not pay for the feed eaten and laBlack and Blrkhead, Hartford, Ky., ticles aro not given off until the food bor necessary for curing broodiness. Irom Geo. R. Robinson, Danville, is taken into the mouth and mixed By never using hens that have been with saliva. The samo principle broody as breeders tho number of Foxglove 11977, mare to Black seems applicable when bees eat can- broody hens each year can be reduc-- i apd Blrkhead, Hartford, Ky., from dy which contains undesirable sub- ed. Whether it can bo entirely bred JJarry S. Lee, Louisville, Ky. Farm- stances emitting extremely weak out Is a question. ers Home Journal. odors. The author's experiments during four years convince him that PLAN EARLY SOR GROUND the olfactory sense of the bee is Sees Possess Combined Sense. LIMESTONE PUT ON SOIL pamphlet recently Issued by much keener than that of man. FiFarmers who contemplate tho usJn a the Smithsonian Institution, Dr. N. nally, he believes that their olfacto ing of ground limestone In the ImE. Mclndoo of the bureau of entomol- ry sense is highly developed and that provement of their soils will do well ogy states that the sense of smell in it serves them as a sense of smell and to begin their planning now. There seems to bo little doubt that tho best honey bees is highly developed and tasto combined, Despite tho popular Interest In Dr. way to use limestone is to apply It a that it also serves as a sense of taste. In' some instances the bees seemed to Mclndoo's report on his investiga- year or two ahead of the clover crop, distinguish a marked difference in tion, tho publication itself is quite which it Is expected to benefit more 4be' tasto between certain mixtures technical and is distributed primari- than any other crop in tho rotation. It seems that the logical place to which tho scientist himself could ly to libraries and to entomologists. apply limestone in tho rotation is on scarcely perceive Getting Ready for a Pasture. the ground to be planted to corn. Until recently but llttlo experiA pasture should be kept several Tho cultivation of tho corn helps to performed to mental work has been determine whether Insects have a years and should bo prepared, seed- distribute the material moro thortrue sense of tasto or gustatory sense, ed and managed with a view to se- oughly In the soli, which is an imLlmcstono as It Is termed In science, hut tho curing from It as large net returns portant consideration. present author has endeavored to as the samo land will pay when pro- will usually increase tho yield of corn bow that bees have likes and dis- ducing regular farm crops. Almost on land that is In need of lime. On land deficient in phosphorous, likes In regard to foods, and has every day our farm bureau has to made a careful study of the structure advise men not to seed land for llmcstono and phosphates used to ot tho senso organs on tho mouth pasture this spring, but take an en- gether, may generally be expected to parts of tho honey bee. In his ex- tire year to get tho soil ready to give moro profitable results than either used alone. periments ho used something like seed in tho spring of 1917. On worn-o15,500 bees, mostly Tho fact that the use of limestone adults, all of lands wo advise that which wero kept in thoir normal a field Intended for pasture bo plant- or any fertilizing materials give a ed this spring in cowpeas. The cow- - profitable increase should not lead atate. npns nhmilri lift tiirnnri tinder finrlv. tho farmer to believe thoir use suffi-- . Even in the higher forma of llfo ... Is difficult to distinguish the sense and after tho land has become well cient for maintaining the fertility of it of taste from that of smell, and In settled it should be seeded to crlm-- his soil. Catch crops and clover experiments Dr. Mclndoo has dls- - son clover. Turn tho crimson clover crops of cowpeas, crimson clover, Colum-bjisfor Amr-rle- a vetch and rye Bhould be used where practicable, and all the manure and litter of tho farm sllould bo saved, for tho largest problem .of tho Kentucky farmer is tho maintenances of vegctablo matter (humus) and nitrogen. Increased yield duo to the uso of limestone and fertilizers should mean Increased vegetable matter returned to tho soil. It is a mistake to wait until seed-lu- g time to mnko plans for the use of limestone and fertilizers. Farm Bulletin. FARMERS' FREE --WANT ADS. Wnnlcrt to sell Somo of tho best d tomatoes, Price $1.00 er dozen. Apply to JOHXROWE, Centortown, Ky. : HOTEL -- v'v . P0WMIAN ,WASHNGT0! Is. 'D.C.-i- s Otto C. Martin Attorney at I-a- w HARTFORD, KY. Will praotlco his profefwloa to Uria and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty. T. A "V, tJ ;LorMRicANW yina-lty-wnrt"i- Cromwell, 'AitE8TATT0N - W "It m ,bouad, tWPowhsua.hMds.tbs li jeuatrymen.V howls ij. OTTOC.MA11TIS Jlnrtlord, Ky. 4 4 1 ts; fiMriajO0JU ,. - STRATT0N & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practlco their profession In this and djolnlng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal l'ractlco a Prompt and vigorous Spoclalty. service. Notary In office. -- 1 hand-packe- J Otate of Ohio. City of Toledo. 1 - Lucas County, I "" Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney senior & Co., dolnir business In the City of Toand ledo. County and State aforesaid, thnt said Arm 'will pay tho sum of ONE DOLLARS for each and evHUNDRED ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use Of HALTH CATARRH CURB. 0FUANK 3. CHENEY. 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This 6th day of March, 1916. OTTO 0., MARTIN, 36t3 Master 'Commissioner. Ernest Woodward,, Attorney. 6 to-w- it: It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardiil, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad. I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cartful Lbegan to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every, suffering woman would give : - CARDUI . MASTKK ? COMMISSIONER'S SALE. - R. J. Rornotdt Tobscoo Co. bf lit cigarettes 'Ohlo Circuit Court, Kentucky. J,H. Ridgeway, Plaintiff, 'a The Woman's Tonic ut CM, Barnett, Admr., et al., , T and cuts out bite and parch! is 'also for think vt'they're on the'right track. 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Oa K J.REYNOLDST0BACCO tilmiti Um9iese'i Tncssshss mui Mr M. 1H7." vikfc tltrmm mm man ram nan ono I At iiww lUftAmMtrnl ' as follows: MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. street; thence North with Main street ed Beginning at a black gum and two 128 feot; thence East with the Hue of tho McHenry Deposit Bank 75 feet dogwoods, T. M. Hamilton's SouthCourt, Kentucky. Ohio Circuit to luebeginning on Howara sireei, west corner; thence South 10 E. 92 Mary E. Greer, et aly Plaintiffs, being a portion of the land conveyed poles to a forked beech, to S. A. VS. thence with n 8 3. Tlthannr and E. B. Tlchcnor Woodward's "corner; IJ. P. Greer, et a!., Defendants. 80 E. 138 a Judgment and order on March the 22nd, 1904, by E. F. Barbour'sa old line North white oak By virtue-of beech of sale directed to mo in the above Render, which deed is oi recora in poles to thence 62 and to, a stone, poles styled cause entered at the Februa- dead book 35. folio 342. Ohio Coun stump; Hamilton's corner; thence with his ry term. 1916, of tho Ohio Circuit ty Court Clerk's Office. the beginning, 'Lot No. 2. A lot in McHenry, line West 152 poles to more or less. Court, for the purpose of maintain69 Ohio ing and furnishing support to tho 1()W8 county, K., and bounded as fol- - containing sarao acres, inherited by S. Being the land plaintiff, Mary E. Oreer, and tho payBeginning at a stake on Howard A. Woodward and Minnie L. Woodestate of ing of any" debts against-th- o part conveyed to them Samuel V. Oreer, and a division be- street, running South 75 feot; thenio ward and in Webb and Robert Webb tween the heirs of the said Samuel West 40 ftet: tnence north 75 foot; by Anna A. deed book 20, by W. Greer, I will offer for sale nt pub- then:o east 40 reet to the beginning, pagedeed recorded In Court Clerk'a County lic auction to tho highest nnd best Delng n portion of the land deeded to office. 150, Ohio " bidder on a credit of six and twelvo S. J. Tlclu'nnr by E. F. Itender,and required to The months at the. Court House door In wife. March 29th, 1902, recorded in execute purchaser will be sufficient Hartfrd, Ky., on Itonday. April tho deed book 24, uage 251, Ohio Coun- security bond with good and the sale. Immediately after 3rd, 1916, about the hour 1 o'clock ty Court Clerk's office, or a sufficien6th,. 1916. p. m the following described proper- cy thereof to ptoduce tho Bums cf 'This MarchOTTO C. MARTIN,, money ordered to bo made. ty: - Master Commissioner. The purchaser will be required to 36t3 A tract of land in Ohio county, O. H. Cary, Attorney. Kentucky, oTi South Panther Creek, execute bond with approved security Immediately after sale and a Hen bounded as follows: Beginning at a sycamoro and box will be retained as further security. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. This 6th day of Marcn, iio.-OTT- O alder, upper corner of the land laid C MARTIN, tnence Oblp Circuit Court. Kentucky. off for Barnett: .Master Commissioner. c.,1 noaulncr nnrnntt'a corner at 14 36t3 Dan T. "Wilson, Plaintiff, H, P. Taylor, Attorney. poles, In all 202 poles to a sugar vs. C. S. Moxley, et al Defendants. tree and two beeches; thence North near MASTER CODIISSIONEIVS SALE. E. 1Q2 poles to a white oak 78 By vlrtuo of a Judgment and order TouIuf'i niith thnncn North 11 4 W. of sale ot the Ohio Circuit Court, IfiJ 991 nnloa in two white OftkS. black. . .- . .r . . ".-.rendered at tne teDruary Term, Circuit Court, Kentucky. I 'fMiTti 1 nml rinewnnri In tlie Dena OI -- - Ohio . 1916. In the above cause for the sum r' Panther creki thence down the g $57.00, with interest at the rate I ot annum from the H. Napier and Mary Napier, Do, of 6 per cent-p91th rinv of. Anrll. 1914. until nalrt. " ZiTZZuZ: renaanis. m. , ttUJU f AA TA IttUU 4JUlViUDCU MJ WBAUUV QWU& Ul T V V, . V nrllh VU I1V- viriuH ni it luuKuiuuL uiiu -uiuci lH.l .!. i . the oh,0 clrcuU Courtf BUU IUO &U4LUV4 , Oreer from John Tt.Kaipn. like Interest from the 24th day ot ;rne purcuoserwm u follow,; i at the February Term, April, 1914, subject to the ixecute bond with go od and sufficient rendorcd the obov6.cause for the sum ing credits; $8.00 paid on $57.00 $33.00. with tntoiwt.at.th. rate note on August 24tb, 1914, and all .-WW Y1 vm. .. ICt AUU f of 6 per cent per annum from the costs herein. I will offer for sale by security, thor 13th day of Marcn, iai4, untu paiu, Public Auction at the Court House Thlfi March 6th, 1916. on Monday, the s with door 'In Hartford, and the further sum of $ OTTO C. MARTIN, day of 3rd day of April, 1916, about one like Interest from the Master Commissioner. 36t3 o'clock p. m upon a credit ot six . subject to the following 191 "Woodward, Crowo, Ringo, Glenn . r.rnllto'' Knnn. nnd all costs herein. and twelve months, tho following deAttorneys. & Slmmerman, I will offer for salo by Public Auction scribed property, to-wl- t: In Hartford, First Tract. Beginning at a stone BALfe. at tho Court House door MASTER COMMISSIONERS dav of ADrli in tne in. w. Dounuary uno ot tuo thn i On MOnUay, . m., upon; -about one o'clock pr following Baptist Church lot; thenco running I Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. a north course" with Church Btreet Co., a ""rtit tot sb months, the n Life Insurance 3 4 6, feet to a stone on the South side Plalntl"' land ly- - of the public or county rosd, leading A corta'ln lot or pnrcel-b- f M"B near Echols, Ohio county. Ken- - from Hartford, Ky., to Leltchfteld, a t Tiol'nnnr Tinfon.innt Ky.: thence, with said road, an east course sixty feet to a stone; thence turning and running parallel with first 'Uno 240 feet to a stone; ? Ohio County Court Clerk's office, or thence a south west course 31 feety - to a stonej thence turning morcwost-wardl27 feet, passing tho N. E. . Tho purchaser will bo required to corner ot Church lot, the same course 21 feet, of tho Hue of the Church-lo- t, to tho beginning, containing 19,499 tno ui irom square feet, more or less. S,VrV,lTm,m of , This 0th day of March, 1916. unill paid, and the Second Tract. Beginning 00 with llfco interest from1 SStaHt. double black'oak pole, Payton'aatcor-a $1,200 ner; 'thenco a south course 184 feet iI?d,Cu,ndruSbsurm$4i.20o!i, Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. to a Etone; thenco an east course 230 SALE. feet to a stono; thence a north STER COM.MISSIONER-course 262 feet to a stone In line; thence with said line Ohio ClrcuUCoTrt, Kentucky, lfil feot tn tho beelnnlne .contain- paid and all Thomas J. Smith. Banking Com'r. tng one acre, more or less, or suffi October, 1014, until ot al., Plaintiffs, cost herein, I will offer for sale by cient tnercor-i- o prouueo, me. sums ot vs. public auction to tho highest and best money ordered to be made. In S. A. Woodward, et al., Defendants, bidder at the Court Houso door of The purchaser will be required to By virtue of a judgment and order day 3rd Hartford, on Monday.-th- e security p. TO., 'of Balo entered in th,e above cause at execute bond with approved Anrll c?edlt about 1 o'clock after sale. tho February. 1916. term ot the Ohio Immediately day of March, 1916. 6. 12 and 18 months This 6th Circuit Court, for the aum of the "oUowlni de.crltieCproperty; Mc- - , with Interest thereon at the $412.60 OTTO C. MARTIN, rate ot Two Tact! oMots ot land tn Master Commissioner. 6 per cent per annum from July the 36t3 Henry, Ohio county, Ky.. with all the Ernest Woodward, "Attorney. thereto belonging, first, 1916. until paid, and all eot ot the above styled action and the SSSnde4 and described a. follows; t.lt No at a point on cost ot this Bale, I will offer, for sale MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. f'trw?, a at the,Court.Houe door In Hartford, orth-eHoward to the liigheai and best Wader en , Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Monday, the 3rd day of April, K, P. Barnea & Brother, Plaintiffs, r ' va. thMwTsoStH feet to a on a oredlt of six and twelve noath II Iwt to a the following deaerlbed vrojttr. er LB. Loaey,, et al., Defendants. " "By virtue of a Judgmwt and order a ;Nrtata tr ot r wSt a aaid ot aale of the Ohio Circuit Court, ren?B ' dered at the February Term, 1916, -- J to the above' eatue fer the tun of 4 . hi . By vlrtuo of a Judgment nnd order of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at the February Term, 1916, In the above cause for the sum of $446.01, with Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the IM 6th day of October, 1915, until paid, with and the further sum of $ MJJtf gjmj 1MU SMU UJU M Utf SMI IMI IMf )MV Wl day of Hko interest from the 191', subject to tue following credits: None, and all costs herein, I will offer for sale by Public Auction at the Court Houso door In Hartford, on Monday, tho 3rd day of April, 19J.6, about ono o'clcck p. m., upon "a credit of three months, the following described property, interest in the An undivided following described land: K Beginning at' a stake with an ash pointer corner to John King; thence N. 83 E. 35.60 gunter chains to'an oak stump thence with J. V. Dod-soline N. 80 E. 11.94 chains to a rock, corner to said Dodson in J-- . King's line: thence with his line N. 1 9 W. 19.25 chains to a stake or stone in Dodson's line and southeast corfull of life and action, filled with the I ner of A. L. and Katie Mayfleld'a fire of fine inspiration and followed tract; thence with tho south line of by 250 short stories of 'adventure, S. 83 W. 47.67 chains to their same 8 .will make corner, a stake or stone in southwest thence with the center of 'the road; said road S. 9 E. 24.25 chains to the acres, beginning. Containing 107 more" or less, but out of which is excepted and not conveyed a certain i two acre tract conveyed out of the southwest corner of the above bounThen the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' PageJ dary by EH Dodson to John T. King, by deed dated January 3, 1895, and Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of of record tn the Ohio County Clerk's Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best office in deed book 15, page 42, and minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone- except also about one acre used as in the home. 1 here is no age a. burying .ground marked and enlimit to enthusiasm for The Three Carreat Issaes Free closed by a' fence and a right of way acres, more Youth's Companion. to same, leaving ,1.04 K you do not know THE COMPANION or less, in which the parties of the let uo send 70a Thre Current Iatae 52 Time? d Yedr first part convey all their interest. FREE. tndoM thU Coupon with your request. The same being the remainder of not 12. the tract of land conveyed to tho said Those who subscribe now. sending $2 Julia A. Mayfleld by Roy P. Stateler More good reading than you will for the 52 issues of THE COMPANION for 1918, will receive Tho Companion and' wife, by the deed above set out, get in any of the monthly Home Calendar FREE. conveying out of It the 40 left after magazines. acre tract, to the said A. L. and KaSUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE Mayfleld ainbove stated. tie Being a part of the land sold and THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, dOXB conveyed to decedent by Roy P. Stateler on November 13, 1908, and ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. which deed is of record-i- n deed book 36, page 13.3, Ohio County Court Clerk's office, or sufficient thereof to produce the Bums ot money ordered to be made. be required to The purchaser-wll- l execute bond with approved security immediately after sale. This 6th day of March, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, The Republican and Louisville Herald 36t3 Master Commissioner. 1.76 -Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. and St, Louis Globe-Democ- rat ' f vs. ants. Defend- - I 'still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and It always does, me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. trial. Get a Bottle Today! 11 to-w- it: 3-- 10 10 Great "" n's W!3WJiBBWL-- H YOUTH'S COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 1 ?l OUR CLUBBING RATES. ..'; " MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Chrlctian Starner, &c, Plaintiffs, vb. Sale. Mary E. Summey, &c Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order ot sale of the Ohio Circuit Court rendered' at the February term, 1916, tn the above styled action, tor the purpose of a division and tho allotting of "dower interest to the defendant, Mary E. Bennett, I- will offer for sale by public auction- at jthe Court House door in Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky, on Monday, the 3rd. day of April, 1916, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., upon a credit of six months, the following described property, A lot or parcel ct ground located on the waters of Green River in Ohio county, Kentucky, and .bounded as follows; ,' Beginning at a stono corner to Lot No.1-!- ; thenco with, river "N. 61 E..I poles to a stone, corner to lot No. 3; thenco S. 53 272 poles to a W. 50 poles to stono; thence S. 31 a stone, corner to lot No. 1; thenco N. 45 W. 286 poles to the beginning, containing about fifty-nin- e acres.. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and, sufficient surety, "bearing interest from date of sale at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, and a Hen will be retained upon the8ald tract ot land as further to-w- it: ,.-- ....- - ;iJ y The Rptbli?an The REPUBLicAN"and Home and Farm The Republican and ....fl.3t .,..... 1.6Q 1.71, . awIt StfS!'. er - ..!. 'l.tJrol It ,,, Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 3.60 jkepublican ana .Dairy uwensDOro inquirer O'boro' Messenger 1.76 k Republican and 1.76 Republican and Kentucky Farmer Republican and I".ew Idea "Woman's Magazine.. 1.99 1.60 Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer f 1.60 The The The The The The Twice-a-Wee,. Address all orders to a Intcr-Souther- THE REPUBLICANS 19. rHHrSH sriv'surs".:'""- NEW NOT OLD THE EWrNd MABMXNK OP QUALITY. USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver amd a'ortho.nxlKlTJ3S .2 security ffi,&tXB,VtlVS, l'a ANY This, 'the 6th day of March, 1916. OTTO C. MARTIN, . OTHER 3Ct3 Master Commissioner. rvAnML Walker 'WUklns. Attorney. UNDER HOME the Troubles of Constipation. " -- " at TLgfii KKi?uBgBaH22teett6 i UimVSlll SSkSSS .h!U lll, m. wiAmmjsi w - .w oy Real Estate For Sale. If you purchaso tho NEW HOME you will We have Hated with us one dwell- have a life asset at the price you pay, and will ing house In Hartford, including lot not have aa eadleaa chain of repaln. and .garden, 5, neat and well kept rooms, hall and all seeaseary out buildings. Water la house and on lawn. Everything in first class re-- ; palr.Juat the place tor the man who has jipeat his useful days on the farm and wants to move to town. Just. the plaee for anyone who desires a heme la Hartford, Ooea, for $350 lea tbaa eost, yet everything XV OS wHi 6NwW BUMhSHW WWW Jw. praatteally sew. Besy paymeaU. Wlglul emtt1ah KBah frttl ldLkskKnk ThNtLBY ft BARNKTT, Agts. S2t WARRANTED FOR.ALL TIME. Feelirtght all tho time. Don't ky et from work for dsrs by taking calomel .keeps yor when pleasant LUi'Vor-La-x on your feet, while relieving your tremble. Safer too, and easy to take. Dea'l take anything elae. You ean't afford ty it Kllminatea poieowi. cleaneeaA sat. tern and reUevea cooatlpatioo. ural remedy, natural ia itsactioM, ure la ita effect and certain in retulta. It completely dteplaea eaWnel ia everj CWkirea can take it froely aai with perfeet aaf ety. Every bottle faar aateeST Me and l fa bottka. NoM gemttne without the likeneaa jmd aigaa We U L. K. Griaahy, Foe aale by J. M. WILLUMS, - Hartterd, XT. won't be kng before ho., - Hartferi; Ky, ita2WafcUT f - r. i' " Ofmm0MmmammmamlBtm -i-- i. .'1--. t- - iJwilui 'IXMgi.X-J- " LATEST WAR NEWS tho place of those tent into Mexico reached the border yesterday, and according to army officers will be ready-a- t '"any time to follow their mT I w There is a Real Difference Cream of tartar, derived from grapes, X fe used in Royal Baking Powder because it is the best and most healthfml ingredient known for the purpose. Phosphate and alum, which are from mineral sources, are used in some4 baking powders, instead of cream of tartar, because they are cheaper. If you have been induced to use baking powders made from alum or phosphate, use Royal Baking Powder instead. You, will be pleased with the results and the difference in the quality of the food. de-liv- ed ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York Monday. , . Issued a Mexico. Gen. Car ran manifesto last hlght to Mexico declaring that under no circumstances would the Mexican Government grant the right to the United States to vlo-lat- o Mexican territory by Bonding in an armed forco" in pursuit of Villa without consent and the reciprocal privilege being first obtained and admitted. The secrecy whlchMias been requested by Gen. Funston in Mexican affairs was observed yesterday at the War Department, and even high Government officials did ,not know when American troops would actually cross Into Mexico. The only order of tho day made public was one transRegiment ferring the Twenty-thir- d from Galveston to El Paso to prevent nny further raids across 'the border. Reports at 'Columbus Indicated that Francisco Villa was disintegrating the forces which ho had under him in his New Mexican raid. Tho Information here was that two or three moro days would be consumed In assembling tho expeditionary forces. coiiirades' fa& The ifc., Southern repub- - Wire Fencing Contitiei To Advance On The Market ! V Our price is bulow wholesale cost on all styles we carry in biock. Write postal and our price sheet willbe mailed A 1 j Big guns are exchanging France. shells along tho entire front from Belgium to the Vosges,, Mountains. By t I t X counter attacks the French retook important positions between Bethin-cou- rt and Cumlercs, and according to tho official War Office statement, hold Bethlncourt, tho height of tho Mart Homme, the village, of Cumlercs and the southern boundary of Cumleres wood, all positions ot great strategic Importance. ' I iu you ai unee. , FORDSVILLE PLANING iTigr-- . , fans niinun, Incorporated MILL COMPANY.! T FORDSVILLB, KY. - Persia. ?Petrogrnd advices describe remarkable progress of tho Russian troops, who are moving swiftly toward the Mcsopotamlan frontier to Join the British. United States. A semi- - official dispatch from Berlin says an investigation by the Gorman Admiralty has disclosed the fact that no German submarino sank the Norwegian bark Stilus, on which there were a number of Americans, in tho Havre roads. DON'T ACCEPT INFORMATION , ABOUT OUR SALES From agents ot other houses, but drive to our floor, or call us by telephone and get the correct order of sales. House open day and night. Experienced men. All tobacco insured for the behelt ot tho owners. Best lighted floor in town. Sales as often as any other house. V V France. Both sides have continthe present administration at Frank-- j ued the tremendous shelling (ln the FIRST MAN TO RAISE IS fort in both the legislative and Verdun region, but there have been WHITE BURLEV DIES departments Is about the Sor no. Infantry engagements since SatMINERS riest m luc uioiuiv ui iuc oiuic, SCORED BY urday afternoon. The Germans Newport, Ky., March 16. George 2 W. Webb, 89 years old, died at his claim to have captured thus far Oan the President expect the counFrench officers and. men and ,189 home 'at New Richmond after a long SOO ATTEND MEETING AND PLAN try to endorse his war policies when guns and 232 machine guns,, Illness. Ho was said .to be the first two members of his own cabinet re00 INVESTIGATE OUTman who raised white Burloy tobacsigned rather than do so? RAGES. Russia. Tho Russians have cap- co In the Burley district. Ho distured trenches from the Germans in covered two white stocks growing The effort of the liquor henchmen 'the Dniester region of East Gallcla out of his tobacco crop in 1861 and Frankfort to blacken and have made , further progress saved the seeds. In 1862 he BowCentral City, Ky., March l4. At at a meeting called by the United Mlno Mr. of the young Baptist minister, against the Turks In Persia by tak- ed the whtte Burley seeds and since Harvey, from Webster county, ing the, town of Klrlnd. Workers of America in Cleaton last that time Webb had confined his atpersons were present to will do doubt, arouse that great re- i i iu (. night, 540 tention entirety to. raising white Bur, i Tho British fleet auxil- ley. Burial was at Eden, Ky., Thursdiscuss, and make plans to Investigate ligious body, of which Mr. Harvey , .England. the' which occurred in is an honored member, to renewed iary Fauvette, a vessel of 2,644 tons, day. , . antagonism to the waning cause these has been lost, together with fourteen Bcvier on Saturday nlght.also to attempt to serve. members of her crew, by striking a a number of fires, said to men WEDS WOSIAN mine off the east coast of England. lie ol incendiary origin. WHO SENT HIM TO PRI80N of these paragraphs is ' T ft Jurvlii TTipmhAr nf thft nin. ,;not a but he believes the Tuesday. frfct Board of Unite Mine Workers Wheeling, W. Va,, March 11. Stanleys and the Pumphreys at Mexico. The United States, enter- Joseph E. Mar, arrested in 1914, of America, was appointed chairman Frankfort are doing more to force ed into formal agreement, .with- the of the meetings Resolutions were that lssuo upon public attention than Carranza de facto government of and sent to the penitentiary for one adopted as follows: year on a white slave charge, was in Ken- - Mexico under which American troops are all the "WkernAs. fnr manv months there released from prison and immedl fe&s teen a state of restlessness and 'uc'y' will cross the border to hunt, down ately, married Martha M. Taylor, the Villa and his bandits with the .expe- young woman whose testimony confear in the town of Cleaton and viWar now3 will soon be crowded off ctation of hearty from cinity, due to the mysterious burning th flmt napA. Tpdrlv rnrnpn hnmn the Carranza forces. It was announc- victed him. of. property and the explosion of During May's incarceration his bombs, and, .whereas such acts of the last of this month and the base . ed by MaJ. Gen. Funston that Brig. wife procured a divorce. The Tay ball season opens early In next. Gen. Pershing, would lead the, main lor girl obtained a position in violence, whether done to Intimidate any person, persons, concerns or corcolumn into Mexico and that. prac- Moundvllle to be near May. Because It will create more wet tically the entire United: Statesjarmy , porations for any purpose whatso? districts, he Stanley would be utilized either in the expe- destroyed the feeling of Senatorial ever, have MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. safety and sqcuity of the citizens of liquor legislature will probably pass j dltlon or to patrol the border. There bill fairer, to the Re- were 3,&uu .troops reponeq ,iasi nigni community, and where- a our town and Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. at .Columbus, N. M., and regiments T. H. Blacky Plaintiff, as, such a deplorable state of .affairs publicans. , , .j VS; were reported moving from .Galvesfca cansed an unprecedented demre- ' R. P. Beck, &c. Defendants. ton, San Fra.ncIsqo, and,Nebraska-tcation "in the.' value of property, of Although the. By virtue of a, Judgment and or.all kinds, and whereas, we have an investigating commmee couian i ey- - the border. . der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, Chairman it Une e" aEree uPn ofcMIn oonWnrA !n thn hnnnr and' his rendered at the June term, 1915' t FranciscQ Villa has deserted h in the above cause for the sum of Integrity oLpur citizens, and in its Poctedly turns up with' a report com'- - SUppoged mountain refuge and. ?.80p.po, with Interest at the rate of regard for law and order, there- - Plete,y exhonorating Mr. Harvey. ed eaat acconjing to reports- recsVed 6 .dlt cent ner annum from the 1st we, the cit- - Llnuor contributions to Mr. Stanley's. at jUarezJast 'night. This move.ap- -. day of January, 19,15, until pajd.and fore be if resolved that campaign was aiso 10 oe investigated parently takes the. izens of Cleatqn and vicinity, con- cosis nerein, i win oner ior demn in the very strongest terms all h? tnls committee but' will now bo the. point where the American (Jtrpop sale by public, auction at the Court Looks like a trade. TioTaUan'pf law and pledge to every abandoned. mobilization, is the .heaviest, but not House door la Hartford, on Monday, 7th day of Apri?, .1916 .bout one into; 8. part devoid of dangers ot cap, every concern ana every inaiviuua!,, o'clock o'. m., upon a credit of six ,B Bratifying t0 note that while '" corporation aoing Tmsiness in our jture months, the following described Gore' K,tcnen and Clark are showing Danger of grave complications property,, community, our hearty of in Rjamnfnff out ftii lawip'ssnfiss as the wh,te father the Republicans - ,ErowIng out of the sending of .Amer- -' ' Being a. certain, tract or parcel as any tin Congress are standing by the Pres- ,lcan troops into Mexico was urged Iand inOWocpuntyKy;, known well as our personal services in way or manner, that may bB neces !?enM.nlbi! effrt t0 UPh0l1 thG n". ,n th Sent? W Chambor - j0ndr joMaddoxTsUuaUd'ln laln and Borah .in advocating laying Ohio countyr Ky.r on the waters of sary to, protect the personal liberty aside, temporarily all other Jeglsla- - Little West Prong .of Lewis Creek, and property .rights of every perUntil shown otherwise we shall not , tlon in order to dispose promptly of and bounded as follows: ' son in our community." Beginning; at a stone in line of ' "R. B. Pollock,, president of the believe Tobe Hert is in sympathy preparedness measures. lot No. 2 at figure 15; then W. 120 with the rumpus raisers, WHlson, poles to a red. beech and two black United Mine Workers; W. A. Duncan, Bullitt vand Heyburn. Mr. Hert is Wednesday... j 16; a corner to No. 4. at the Rev. Tate, fit president;, Young, Marion W. O. one of the biggest men in the Repub- - France. Extremely heavy infant- - oaks, with a Uaa.of sarae.N.figurepoles, 40. then Sllva, 8mUh, Dennis llcan party in, the State, and would- ry' fighting has taken place north to a stone and. small white, oak,, cor1I ilnllvnra f A POQQDa ner to lot 'No. 4 at figure' IT; then "UCh & sroundle8S b & P&Tty west of verdun, anaon tup outsKyis with another Una of No. 4 west 67 There have been a number ot fires ot the Bois'des Buttes, to the north poles to a black, oak, sweet gum and tv. Plmlni, nnrf vlolnltv. Illlt tlin fill- ..UV. HHW . . M...T, - of the Aisne, with the Germans in white oak int one at the original max came when the bomb was .thrown It is fine talk about the President both regions the aggressors. Else- lines, and also corner to lot No. 4 about 75 yards from the house of F. at figure 7; then with said line" N, s out, f, wa' where along the line, artillery duels 60 poles to ai'ntHt oak standing on a manager of the J?" P. Wright, general WUQU1 UUr OUI UlflUUlCO UttVO UCCU of. great proportions are undcf.way. rock 'another original corner at the n-iPrtnl AmnonV nH nrnal. w,th Germany and that unhappy In the section between Behincourt letter E; then: 1S7 poles to a larger dent of the Coal Operators'fassocla-- 1 country with millions of. money and,. ana cumleres, northwest of Vexdjin, poplar another original corner at tlon. The windows in his home were men has been unable to reach the th0 intense artillery bombardment of the letter C, and corner to lot No. 2;' broken, but no other damage done. same S. 100 poles g then with line of eastorn coast of the Atlantic, to say, the Germans Was followed by to the beginning,, containing 100 The explosion was heard in Central of the western. but over tho entire acres, fantry mineral City. ' front of,attack; miles, It was repulsed right more, or less. soldThe McHonry to had, been thrpo. ., , : years 'by the French' with senbus, Josses, Coal Co., which land was conveyed With a comparison-ontItEAUS ODDLY STRUNG. x to C. H. Chapman by G. B. L. under Taft with two years under and" wife. July 31 1907, and WJlson. showing an increase under Austria. The Austrian Embassy which deed is of record In deed bopk (By J. H. Thomas.) : Just to remind those who never tno latter oi 5aau,uuutuuu oi import jn Berlin accuses an Entente Aiuea 34, page &4, Ohio County Clerk's ofdecrease of $125,000,000 Jn submarine with having attempted in. fice. knew or have 'forgotten the' cause and-Second tract Also another tract of the war In Europe, we mention revenues, and a treasury surplus ot tho Adriatic Sea off the coast of Dal- of land in Ohio county, Ky., boundot ma,tla to torpedo, without warning, that it was nominally, .at least, over $75,000,000 turned Into ais deficit ed as follows: Beginning at a gate -- easy to two Austrian passenger steamers". post in south line of A. C. Wake-lan- d tho killing by an irresponsible Ser- nearly $300,000,000 it island on tho creek and running Tho steamers escaped only by maneubian youth, o'f!Prlnce Ferdinand, ot guess what will bo the paramount west with the Broadway Coal Comsue in the approaching campaign. vering. Austria. pany, and A. C. Wakeland's lino to , a sweet gum tree, A. C. Wakeland's Democratic State officials bargain- - , Thursday. corner; thence N. 48 poles to a Cole Blcase announces ho will Mexico. The United States exp- black gum; thence E. 5 3 poles; again be a candidate fo Governor of ed with' tho insurance companies are end to allow the State Rating Board dltionary force, consisting of about thence N. 67 poles to a walnut and South Carolina. The a thence east torato, and yet a three thousand dol- - 4,000 men under Gen. Pershing, two dogwoods; Creok; tbenco "towith him. Bolidly for bridge on the lars. a year salary Is paid to Ell crossed tho Mexican bordor at noon the creel, on the west side to the to said board. yesterday and began tho campaign beginning being all the land owned The first public notice of the crea- Brown as legal adviser economy. Stanley which, It has been ordered, muBt'end by A. C. Wakeland; on, thQ west tion by executlvo order ot tho office A fine sample ot Cch side of the creek; mineral and coal in the extermination of Villa. to the Insurauco of Legal Adviser rfglits reserved and rjght' to work ordered officially by''CJar-ranz- and mine same and same land conoperation Marriage License.. Rating Board was tho appearance of through his Minister ot War, veyed to Claude Chapman on April Tho following marriage license is a 5250 monthly salary check In faGen.. Obregon, was shown by the nrst 7, 1911, by Af.O. Wakland and vor of Judge Ell Brown. Judgo Buod since last report: deod. Is R. L. Heflln, Hartford, to Ethel de facto troops which tho Amerl- wife and whichpage 380, recorded In Brown admits he did no service for Ohio Coundeed book 39, ta ouuuuw.v. the salary received out generously uowo, vjenieriown. ty Clerk's Office, pr sufficient thereof naa to produce tho'suma of money orderOJ A. Ralph, Dundee," to Harriet r Tho news that tno "invasion offers to advise anybody about Frank- ;; actually begun was noi repoivoq iu ed to be made. Mldklff, Hartford, R. 0. who 'stands in need of legal fort, JThe purchaser will be required to Henry Haven, Beaver Dam, to Washington until several hours arter movement starteili and was not execute bond, with approved security the Joii Brown, Prentls.' Immediately "atter sale. Newton Allen. Renfrow. to Grade announced officially by Secretary According to such able Democrat This 15tn day of March, 1916. after be had held a eoa- Baker until t OTTO O. MARTIN, ic newsMers as the Louisville Post, Renfrow, Renfrow. - WI.Hoaolllo (.n'TwHh Prfioldent "WilsOB. 'V in o,on 37t3Master Commissioner. n.ln... Coana Owensboo Messenger, Ellzabethtown HeavrJa ft Kirk, Attorneys. other Bowling Qreea Messenger Delia Edge, Whlte3Tllle4 4 Tropa fr.9m News BOMB-THROWI- NG exec-lutlve 26,-471 EQUITY HOME WAREHOUSE CO. 604 E. Main St. Incorporated OWENSBORO, KY. ,, .OPPOSITE BELL, - HOTEL, CMmB.PHontaoa Horn Phona YOUNG AND OLD SPORTS. OSS Beaver JDa'm Basket Ball. Team Plays Rings Around Oweasboro. Tho fast West Kentucky Seminary quintet swamped tho team represent- 1. . bomb-throwi- The-wrlte- r State-wide- r, State-wlde- rs ing Owensboro High School in Beaver Dam Saturday night, before a large crowd by the score ot 45 to 11. Tho visitors were outclassed in all departments of the game and their occasional spurts invariably resulted in a .tumble and tho loss of tho ball. Every man on tho Beaver Dam team played a consistent game and at times their team work was phe nomenal. Line-uBeaver Dam. Owensboro. M. Barnes, f. (1C) Bacon, f. (2) Davis, f. (15) Ringo, f. P. Barnes, "c. (8) D. Fleld,c.&f.(2) Buys His First Shoes at 63. Field, f. (4) Thomas. 'g. Evansville, lad., March 14. AfI Vinson! g. Pirtle, g. (6) ter wearing leather boots continuWilliams, f, (3) ously, winter and summer, for fifty . Farnsworth, years, John McCann, 63 years old,' Roferee McKlnney living at Owensville, Ind., today . bought his first nalr of shoes, and la The Pittsburg, Columbus and To- - aa Droud of them as a small boy ledo teams are training at Dawson wouia DS 0f nig ant pah- - 0f copper-Spring- s. For baseball fever tako toed boot. Dawson water. p: represented. Tho poorest and the richest were given in opportunity to express their sentiments. 'Out of the 800. replies, soven gems wereselectedV. as follows: "Home, a world of strife shuT out, and a world ot love shut in." "Home, the placo where the small are great and th6 great are small." "Home, tho father's kingdom, tho mother's world and the children's paradise." "Home, the placcwhoro wo grsa-bi- o most and are treated best." ' "Home, the placo where our atom- achs get' throe square meals daily ' and our hearts a thousand." "Home, the only place on earth where the faults and fallings of humanity are hidden under a sweet mantle of charity." V- i Harvey-Pumphr- ey I : head-hig- - bandit-away.-fro- . Tho W. K. S. basket bail team defeated the Madlsonvllle T. M. C. A. quintet at Beaver Dans Wednesday For Infants night by tho one-sidstore' of 107 In Us For to 3"--. ..Tho W. K. S. nrn were In Always bear fine' farm, very few shots, ticing missthe ed. Signature of ed CASTOR I A 0vr30 Years and Cftfldrca I r I to-w- it: Johnny Evers weighs bnt 135 pounds, yet the little keystone Backer cam, talk louder to tfio "nmps" than most- any other man to the Na- ' tional League, . -- ... The Louisville Colonels, are berlng p at Columbia, Tens. llm-- J I For Saley ,, A M --- P" n' Ohio county fans hope the Kitty will soon be going good again. Not that they care so much shout the race. Tey just .Jlke to see a good ball, game, .when in OweitBhero and other neighboring cities. ' , Real Estate!; t.i- r"JjC, ''1 kPn ah.in-nothln- I I wo Mad-do- i ! J a 2-- ( a, g One of houses in Hartford, Including 'irnrrlon mV " "7 Saturdajnlght and. were shown such repair. Water -- House. Excellent in Owner hoBpjtarKy-th- af we thou girt, serious- moving to other proporty." The sale opera heuse along riflnn et 1ila liniiBA ly of taking "our" Int to? tCrt .. ,, when wo left. Besides the courte- - , .. . ous treatment we lamped! one of the 5 "0 "" i"""J v best, basket ball teams, to Western Kentucky in the W .K. S. bunch. An Good Farm. ;. effort Is being made to bring tho Wo havo this week listed a teem to Beaver' Henderson farm, 4 mito east of Beaver Dam: In tho near future, and If sucDam, for salo. Hill and bottom land, n basket bah lovers In this cessful 4 nilles from Green River, ltf miles will have an opportunity of witfrom 2 churches, lrnile from school, nessing a 'scrap wort& going, miles two story dwelling. Owner wiU not to. see. sen. unless taken .before crop season. Call or write us for further tnforma- Several days .ago, the Central 9'ty. "",; Argus stated that the only way Muh-i- j j?" Innttii,. .aiiM irnt nn Ininrpatlncr- Mke "lour Ssle. basket bait game was for Central "youW.tpael yor,reat estat?, City fndoreenvnte to 'meet. Far , Vtty. "8t " ?lth the benefit' ot thl Argus wo will aay armr "u "0- - "u BUlf that wo know of a bunch ot basket every any. shooters over in Beaver Dam, Ohio, iiuvu inquiries and? Landlords Renters. county, Kentucky, that is ready and For a small fee wo will rent your willing to 'meet "any thing you put up. housu or farm or If you desire to rent And further, we might say, that you Tna.1 hnttAi Via ovnAAfilncrlv waII fira- -. we will help you secure the place de. B pared or you. wilt filqw out, at tho Tf VOI1 Hnn'f dmiaII oMd tf llin rrtti Mirr-ttillri- f WkmT ReHidesree. W'JH the best constrUctedrCweU-ln- "p .. """ "..,... ... ... 100-ncr- scc-tjo- ' PM? 'j "'""$" ? ko .J., to just address your latter to the Sport ad-Tlc- e. t T- - aa posUoW Hqaiet" J& selectlB- the' best'respenses tbemagaclne was particular to. ste,- that every class was - We ing Editor ot The Republican, will guarantee you a game at Beaver Dam and also one at your home city. ; What is Home? Recently a London Magazine sent out 1,000 inquiries on the question: .;,. - - UNLESS DEAL wjj , OVER ' Call, write, phono, wire or cable. I TINSLEY & BARNETT Real EsUie Republican OMeeV Both Phoaes "whsis, Hartford, Ksntucky. " " '''"& a-- - . ", frt - J- - "." - ..!& j-- toaW.Vw. JuaWiMttUttt