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XXV11L JOINED Ifo-rtfogf- t HeimMsttttL OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS Subscription $1 per Year No. 3 HAKTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1916. ers and town men of that section havo joined, and upward of 100 FORMER OUTLAW BY VILLA acres of land has been pledged to Tho strawberry culture this year. FOLLOWS onco and CARRANZA TROOPS plants will bo ordered at will probtho beds set out. Others ably Join In tho movemont, and if the venture proves tho success which is COLE YOUNGER, 'NOTED BANDIT 2,000 MEN UNDER GEN. LUIS'! expected tho acreage will bo largely OF BORDER DAYS, DIES IN HERRERA DESERTS, IS Increased. MISSOURI. REPORT. Officers for tho association havo beon chosen as follows: President, George P. Rives j vice President, treasWITH "JAMES BOYS" IS SERIOUS William Wilson; secretary and W. E. WAS SITUATION urer, B. M, Trabuo; directors, Forgy, William Wilson, W. R. Dudley, B. M. Trague, J. W, Keeling, Figured In Kentucky Raids Paroled Grave Dissatisfaction Among All Tho corgo P. Rives and T. D. Jameson. After Serving 25 Years In " Regular Mexican Troops On -- Penitentiary. Tho Border. h THIRTY-FIV-E BLOCKS BURN. r ? , I $ r Nashville, Tonn., March 22. A ball of yarn lighted and thrown by a young boy Into tho dry grass on a vacant lot started a conflagration In which was Nashville at noon with 2,000 troops, according to re- not under control until lato this afresidence liable information received here to- ternoon, after thirty-flv- o night. blocks had been swept away by the The exact placo at which General fire. The loss Is estimated at Herrera's troops aro encamped is an hour wind fanned A fifty-mil- e n,ot Indicated In tho message which reached Columbus from a source tho, burning grass into a torrent of that always has been found reliable. flames, which quickly leaped from It is believed, however, that the building to building until at least troops, most of whom recently 600 residences were destroyed and tho Carranza garrison at the East Nashville Chihuahua City tonight are at some burned down, tho big Warner public place botween the San Pedro and school and several churches reduced Chihuahua and aro preparing to I to ruins. It was estimated that 3,- work north and west toward the j American punitive expedition in the 0(50 were homeless. National guardsfield under GoneraJ Pershing. men aro on duty. Sentiment For Villa., , Tho sentiment of tho peoplo in this district, which lies about seventy TRAIN BLOWN FROM miles directly east of tho Guerrero region in which Villa began his days TRACK BY CYCLONE as an outlaw, is strongly in favor of the bandit chieftain. His success In withstanding Forflrlo Diaz', rurales WHEN mVF.NTY.FIVB INJURED for eight years during all of which FAST PASSENGER IS SWEPT ' time there was on his FROM TRACK. head was due to tho "loyalty of the Her-repeons. Army men believe hero and his command will havo evMarlon, Ind., March 22. Clover from tho ery possible Leaf pasenger train No. 5, "Commerpeople of the district. cial Traveler," .was blown from the Important Development. to Tho report marks nn Important track four miles east of Marlon night during a cyclone which passed camIn the American development paign to capture Villa, according to thru this vicinity about 11 o'clock of Mexican 'tonight. observers experienced ! Tho train was overturned and military affairs. It Is pointed out the of, the Car- wrecked while going at a high rate reported renunciation ranza. standard by Herrera Is the of speed, It was reported. Physicians first made by an Important military havo gone to the scene.coming in on Details are Blow in leader of tho defacto government troops crossed account of communications being desince tho American the International lino. The possible stroyed. The train consisted of five cors, effect upon tho other Carranza leaders, who havo been reported waver- . four of which were turned over, the ing in their loyalty to tho govern- other being tilted at an angle of ment of tho "first chief" Is fpod for twenty five degrees. The engine and tender remained on the track and the much discussion. engineer and fireman brought these Paso, March 22. Silence,--whic- to Marlon. El It was reported that about twenty-fiv-e for two days has enveloped persons wero.lnjured. situation as far as any the Mexican From tho meager reports received definite news of tho pursuit of Villa was concerned, gavo fresh force to- Intn fnnlirtit f nnnnnrart that there day to numerous reports from vari- havo been no fatalities in the wreck. One lCllled in Logansport. ous sources of theravo disaffection Logansporl, Ind., March 22. A among the Carranza trops. On tho border at least it Is firmly terrific wind and hailstorm struck believed tho first chief's soldiers this city tonight, killing one person nnd injuring jnany others. The numaro far from giving any real to tho American expedition- ber of Injured Is not known. Some of them nre believed to be seriously ary force. , Andres Garcia, tho Carranza con- hurt. Tho storm did thousands of sul here, branded as falso the report dollars damage. that Herrera with 2,000 troops had j Severnl houses wore demolished. gone over to Villa, but In high offi- Others wero unroofed, and a great cial circles It Is regarded at least pos- many windows wero blown In. Tele- I graph and telephone wires aro down sible. morning General and communication with outlying disSince yesterday Gavlra, tho commander at Juarez, tricts was cut off. claimed tho wires along tho Mexican j w! J. Recketts, 20 years oldwas from killed when his homo was wrecked. railroad, & (Northwestern Juarez to Casas Grandes had been Other members of tho family 'escaped could not . with cuts and bruises. cut, nnd consequently I givo out any Information In regard to the reported battle at Namlqulpa, SHERIFFS WILL TEST LAW ALLOWING ONE WAY MILEAGE but the Americans here, especially tho refugees from Mexico are frankFrankfort, Ky., March 21. As a ly skeptical both as to tho reported result ot a decision mado by State battle, and cut "wires. Auditor Greene that sheriff's Bhould be allowed mileage but one way when BIG STRAWBERRY CROP IS PLANNED conveying prisoners to the State pen itentiaries, a test suit will probably Hopklnsville, Ky., March 21. Tho bo filed for the purpose ot construpeoplo of the Pembroko vicinity havjJ ing tho law allowing tho mileage. gone In for strawberry culture In a The law has previously beon conmost enthusiastic spirit. They pro- strued to mean that Sheriffs should pose to raise strawberries of finest receive ten cents per mile going to quality and In quantities to supply the penitentiary with prisoners and the city markets. To this end they return". home. Auditor Greene is have formed the Christian County ot the opinion that the mileage Strawberry Association of Pembroke. should, be allowed but on,e way and It has a capital stock ot 1,000, will hold up payment, ot mleago divided Into shares 9! $10 each. A- both ways until instructed' to pay It . , irway about fifty ot the leading farm. by the court. . to-dcon-situat- ed To-nig- ht ra h til recently tho Carranza military governor of Chihuahua, has re nounced Carranza nnd announced himself In favor of Vllla.and is taking the field In western Chihuahua Columbus, March 22. (passed by censor.) General Luis Herrcra, un-- " Firo That Rages In Nashville Leaves 3,000 Homeless. They murdered my father and I was prestige ho had gained in previous" launched Into the life of shooting and AMBITION CAUSE battles, he ignored my pleas, reprisals and rough riding, winding Cnrranza's Victory. years In the peniup with twenty-fivVilla's" OF VILLA'S FATE "It Is a solemn fact that Celaya-wlthoutentiary. I was brought up In a forces went into the battle of t Chrlstlan'home. Now I'm an old man orders. The better organizI've come, by God's mercy, back and ed and better supplied Carranzlstds, to tho place of my childhood to end GEN. ANGELES TELLS WHY FOR seeing that his ammunition was my days." MER LEADER HAS BECOME rallied from his first attack HUNTED BANDIT. and defeated him. He had inadff Death of Mrs. Martha E. Patterson. for possible repulse and At 12:30 o'clock Saturday afterhis force was completely discouragnoon Mrs. Martha E. Patterson passed away at her residence on Wash- SOUGHT TO BE DICTATOR ed. This was the beginning of ington street after an Illness of pneuGeneral Angeles declared that,not-withstandi- ng monia and complications. Funeral the recent trend of services were conducted by her pastor, Rev. Creal, of the local Baptist Power of The Once Famous General events, the cause of democracy bad Began to Wane When Advisnot lost prestige in Mexico. chnrch, assisted by the Rev. R. D. ers Were Estranged. "I only regret," ho added, "that at the home, after which Bennett the cause was represented by suck interment took place at Oakwood. n r. man as Villa." Mrs. Patterson, who was preceded El Paso, Tex., March 21. Gen. The General said it was altogether about a week ago by a sister, was in Lee's Summit, Mo., March 21. Surviving Felipe Angeles, often referred to as likely that the hunted bandit would year. Colo Younger, a famous outlaw of t her seventy-sixt- h patriot ot the Mexican rev- elude his pursuers. border days, but of late years a de- - her are: Mrs. Jno. T. King, Hart-vo- the "True General Angeles Is a graduate ot two grandchildren, C. E. King, olution," and former chief military peaceful church attendant to Francisco Villa, today tho famous Mexican military school len. died at his home here tonight Hartford, and Mrs. Grace Hudson adviser of a long retirement to ex- ot Chapultepec. came out He possesses 8 Ua after a lingering Illness. He was Dodson, Hartford, R. 3, and six plain how, in his opinion, Francisco reputation as a military man, pftf" seventy-tw- o and unmarrlod. Villa, Instead of being leader of the tlcularly In his specialty, artillery. Cole "Younger was one of the last Constitutionalist cause, has fallen to Along the border and among mtnf 8,000 HOMELESS of the members of the notorious robgovernment officials it Is often said the status of a hunted bandit. Infested western Misber bands that General Angeles charged that "Vil- that the General's strategy, freely" souri during and after tho Civil war. As Result of Fire In Paris, Texas la, like Carranza, aspired to be a dic- given to Villa, won the long list off Loss of $3,000,000. Ho was a member of the Quantrell tator," and that this, and not the military successes tor which Villa-waband of guerrillas and with his two given credit. General Angeles-modestlpart with the "James Paris, Texas, March .22. Eight battles he lost, caused his trends to brothers took forsake him. refuses to acknowledge' Boys" In bank, and train robberies in thousand persons are homeless and The General was 'the last of Vil- this. of Paris Is In ruins neighboring" states that two-thirMissouri and prominent supporters to quit netted the looters more than a hun- - as a result of the Are which started la's dollars. The leading in the business district late yester-membe- rs him. He now lives on a modest dred thousand vegetable and dairy farm, four miles Five horse power Stlckney GasollM' The total loss, of these bands are dead, j day afternoon. of the law, some cording to revised estimates, will beyond the eastern outskirts of El Engine, good as new. Highest grade at the hands engine made. Will sell cheap. Thirty blocks Paso. by suicide and others from natural . reach $5,000,000. Half a mile distant flows the Rio D. G. YOUNG, Younger after a long term containing the business district and causes his front porch he 35t4 Beaver Dam, Ky. in the penitentiary became a law from vl ,5 00 to 2,uuu nomes were Grande. From ' wiped ' out. Small fires are drill can look across Into the Mexican ternhiriinp Missouri citizen. which he is at present forbidCole was tho oldest of the three burning 'in sections of the cliy. So ritory, FEARED MOD TO far'as Is reported only one life was den to enter. "Younger Boys." "The Carranzlstas, the Villastls The father, Col. Harry W. Young- -' lost'! The body of a negro was found and the Zapatlsts are all my eneer, came to Missouri from Kentucky? today In the ruins of his home, LYNCH NEGROES mies," said the General, his young strong before tho war. He was a son acting as Interpreter, "and I union man, though a slaveholder. He ' chose this place for my home so that WANT ELLIS TO'PAY settled near L.ee s summit, iweniy they may know that I fear none of FOUR BLACKS REMOVED FROM miles from Kansas City, where Cole HOPKfJ(SVILLE TO HENDERI till my soil and herd my Younger was born In ,1844.. Colonel LICENSE FEE OF $100 them. having definitely put aside war SON FOR SAFETY. cows, was murdered by one of the bands and politics. I am not guarded; any of lawless guerillas that Infested the one who wishes can cross the river Missouri-Kansa- s border in wartimes. HopklnsvffiefKytSlarch 22 was slain INSPECTOR TOM AULL SWEARS and molest me." The sons said their father OUT WARRANT AGAINST Four negroes, confined In the counby Kansas for. the purpose of robTribute to Villa. HARTFORD MAN. ty took up here and against whom feelbery. They immediately the Interview ing Jail high, were spirited away to Before beginning was arms against the North. They JoinGeneral Angeles said that he regret- Henderson last night for sate keeped Quantrell's guerrllas and had ted the difficulties into which Villa ing upon receipt ot reports that plans City LIncense Inspector Tom Aull their part in the memorable sacking fallen. He said that he had a were on foot to attempt to lynch at got busy Friday afternoon and swore had of Lawrence Kansas. warm remembrance ot the man as a E. Ellis of least some of them. When the war was over they and out a warrant agalnst-comrade in arms, and explained he The negroes are Frank Pos(ellr the James boys became outlaws. Hartford, who was loading poultry had been drawn to support him becharged with murderously assaultAmong the notorious robberies of the in Owenboro In car load lots to be the time cause Villa had seemed-a- t decade following the war that were shipped to New York, charging him to represent the cause of real de- ing John J. Robertson, ot Kingston with buying fowls for the purpose ot mocracy. He said he only left him Springs, Tenn., and robbing hlia? laid at their door were: Robertson dying a few days later? shipping them to another market, Raids By Band. when be found Villa did not under"Rubber" Chaflmand Ernest WH The raid on the Liberty, Mo., bank without license. democracy, although he did for son, charged with the murder of a defender shot is a city ordlance that re- stand In 1866. There Onebank cause all that he knew how to former sheriff, John M. Renshaw, Iff quires anyone engaged in this busi- the dead and $72,000 stolen. do. September, 1914, the negroes having looting of a Russellvllle, Ky., ness to pay a license of $100. The The Discussing the causes of Villa's been recently rled and the Jury failwarrant was not served, as Mr. Ellis bank in 1868 tor $17,000. In the army, General Angeles Lawrence Whltlockv ed to agree. Mo., Ijarik robbery of agreed with City Prosecutor Jett on rise The Gallatin, said: charged with holding up A. H. Car-di-n 1868 in which the cashier was shot Friday night that he would return "Villa gained power because ot his ;.and robbing him of over a hun one day next week, when the case and killed. wonderful energy and his personal dred dollars. Ralds of Lexington and Savannah, would be submitted to' Judge Haskins magnetism. He had driving power. The Information as to a probable" Mo., banks In 1867. on an agreed statement ot facts. Also he could be free and gener- mob was brought to Judge Hanber-r- y Ten thousand dollars stolen from The poultry loaded byMr. Ellis ous. and be promptly issued, an order tho Kansas City Fair, association In was received from the business de"There seemed to be an Impression for the removal of the negroes and 1871, while 1,000 persons looked on. partment ot the American Society of that Villa assured obedience by In- a deputy sheriff took them away 0 0 The Corydon, La., bank robbed of Equity, and was a pool of about spiring fear. This is unjust." ' pounds worth nearly $6,000. the first train possible. $40,000 the same year. Going on the next phase ot the been no robber- which sum was paid out to the farmOn the surface there had A dozen other sensational former Constitutionalist leader's ca- Indication ot mob violence being at ies tor which the Younger and James ers. rreer, the General said: tempted. boys were blamed were carried out; Mr. Ellis contends that he is buy-KrisK'J'F Cause of Downfall successfully before tho three Younger brothers were captured In Minne- not direct from the farmer, and that prmary reason for Villa's CHRISTIAN COUNTY VOTES Th sota after a raid on a bank at North-fiel- wiuoo uOJiuBie u. iiion vuu.m, "'".josa of power was his attempt to 4 TO 1 FOR BOND ISSUE Minn., in1876, In the course of members of the Equity society. jdlctat0 the poHCies ot his adherents. which Cashier Haywood was killed. Owensboro Inquirer. 18. HopkinsviUo, Ky., March Ho refused t0 accept advice and his The Youngers wero shot many times Mr. W. E. Ellis was interviewed frien(8 ,ejt htm There is great rejoicing among the in battles with a posse but finally yesterday by a representative of Tho I nHBo,i ilft ltnnoic to advocates ot good roads in this revllln were taken alive after a battle at Republican and stated that ho was,(raw nrouna nlm men of ability. gion over the result of the ?400,d00 Shleldsvlllo, Minn, not. In Owensboro Friday and that When he estrangea these men his bond Issue election held In Cole nnd his brothers pleaded tho Mr. Ellis named nbove was his power oegan to wane, The proposition Christian county. guilty and were sentenced to prison f brother, B. H. Ellis, of the firm of Ab a commander he had but one carried by a majority of 3,127 votes. E, Ellis & Bro., and that before pl(m of batUet0 drive forward. He With all precincts reported tho vote for life. They entered tho penlten-v- . tlary In 1889. Colo and James loading the poultry ho (B. H. Ellis) knQW notning of military strategy, stood tor bonds, 4,607; against Younger wero paroled In 1901. Tho called on tho Mayor of Owensboro to , nnd h,B advBer3 8uppiied It. He lost bonds, 1,480. next year James shot himself, leav-- 1 Inquire as to tho necessity of having jh(8 8trategy when he lost his advisOnly three precincts out ot thirty-ting n note ascribing his action to a a license to receive the pooled Pul-'erwo gave majorizes against the rotusal of tho parole board to per- - try. Tho mayor, wno was otnerwise bond Issue. Tho city of Hopklns"The' turning point In Villa's loved, engaged, told him to go ahead with init him to marry tho girl ho came with tho battle of Celaya vllle gave a majority of 1,109 for it. After Cole was paroled he was the receiving and that he would pro- - in March, 1915. This engagement, The bonds are voted under the was forced by the Minnesota law to live toct hlra. Later tho warrant ono ot the most Important ot the rev- State aid law and under an enabling ot in that State for three years. Then sworn out upon tho complaint l. act passed by the last Legislature. exposed his detects as a Mr. olution, he returned to Missouri and settled Owensboro poultry dealers. Villa went into this battle The funds will be managed by a cottage which Ellis stated that he was perfectly down in a tho most meager supply of am- - commission ot eight citizens, every Summit, ' willing to pay the license it tho.law with 111 he bought a niece in Lees iUtx Aval (LI. 111a. section of the county being reprethe scene of his boyhood days. For .required It, but that he felt that It Tad no ammunition. Yet sented. Tho commission was named a time he was connected with a show was unjust Inasmucu . as no naa , ordered his men to advance at a mass meeting ot citizens and .ui. mu and later went on the lecture plat- oougni me pool bh u wuuiu nuui .u - 'he again. ratified by the Fihcal Court. By regood citizen. was not operating a farmers and form, and became a Villa marched from Mon- quest ot the Fiscal Court the Good "Before In August, 1913, Younger was con- business in the city of Owensboro. terey to attack General Obregon's Roads Bureau ot the United State verted to religion at a revival meetasforces I volunteered to go with him. Department of Agriculture has Plenty Of Ice. ing and became an active church a signed an expert road builder, J. A. We will begin making ico April Unfortunately I was thrown from worker. Whlttaker, who Is already at work was crushed. "I've led an adventurous, turbulent ,1st and after that date will be pre- - horse and my toot "I begged him not to take the of- on a rouds survey ot the county and brought on pared to supply the public promptly life," he said. "The war commission as Special rate to fensive until he had obtained suffi- wtll advise with the hate and ctrlfe and killing around with any quantity. to the scientific construction of Confldont that cient ammunition here. I haye been bjamed.'for a lot farmer's clubs. , , the enemy were frightened by the pikes. HARTF.ORD ICE CO. ot it with which I had'notalng to do. 38t2 'PALS' e ut cltl-.for- d; s ds to-d- ac-so- I ""' 'lrJN " 40,-00- -- U' d, to-d- . s- ca-re- or gen-ora- vine-cover- .... rhe A "f fc.'Vi' nfci twn'jgi - It fejl- -. Ifel. I& He R i ?! rM any of tho counties of Hopkins, Muhlenberg or Jofferson, gtving tho SAYS real namo of tho individuals trading as tho Brown Coal Company. Judgo MUST BE KNOWN Gordon, In overruling plaintiff's tlc UNWARRANTED murrer to defendant's nnswer, holds that tho Brown Coal Company la an assumed or fictitious namo and conDECISION RENDERED IlV COURT trolled by an individual, and Is not AUTHORITY TO WAK COIiLEGE'S OF JEFFERSON COUNT!', oxempt under tho statuto llko a partSCAN DISPATCHES DUIUNG KENTUCKY. nership, whero tho namo of ono of OF PEACE TIMB tho firm Is UBed. Tho court holds that as tho plaintiff has not complied with the statuto, INTEREST OF SPECIAL ho Is liable to a penalty under the DENIED BY G. GARDNER statute, and that contracts mado such conditions can not bo en Wakefield & Co., Not Guilty, Brown under -- . forced. m'.; CX', Conl Co. Is Though, Rules Press Corresiwiulcnt Jfust Give Hoiul, Up Check For 91,000 Tho Court. Put And Join Army. An Ideal Spring Laxative. A good and time tried remedy is Judge Thomas R. Gordon gave two Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills. Tho (Dy Ollson Gardner.) opinions In Joint session of Circuit first doso will move tho sluggish Washington, March 18. A. cenCourt Saturday which havo an im- bowels, stimulato the llvor and clear sorship on all Mexican war news has portant bearing on persons doing tho system of body poisons, accumu by the War Departbeen Instituted business under firm names, and who lated during tho winter. Dr. King's ment. The Mexican affair Is not a fall to file certificates with the Coun- !New Life Pills will do It. 25c at ' 1 war yet being, on the contrary, onty Clerk showing where business Is your druggist. ly a punitive expedition, a little late done and giving the names of the In starting and there Is no law aupersons constituting tho firm. WHY PEOPLE FEAR SNAKES. thorizing a censorship. But we have In one case, ho holds that tho firm DnnRcrs of Draft. & Co., In which Dunlap It. Correspondents who want tp Drafts feel best when we are hot of Wakefield a partner.has not violat- Dread of Reptiles Duo to Early Ex send stuff from the Mexican border Wakefield Is and perspiring, Just when they are pcrlcnce of the Race. cer(or Interior) arc obliged to give result Is ed tho statute by falling to filo a most dangerous and the bond for J2.000 and put up a certitificate in tho County Clerk's office, Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Muscles fied check for $1,000 and to Join the for reason that the firm name bears Is the fact that most of us aro In army, they are or sonietlmes an attack of Rheuma- tho name of one of tho partners in stlncttvcly army. Being In the afraid of snakes even of tism. In such cases apply Sloan's , court the harmless kinds an evidence that obliged to submit to all military rules circulation the firm. In this instance tho stimulates and regulations, which means that Liniment. Itand painful part. The holds that a debtor can not plead a the human race originated on tho sore no "copy" goes over the wires or to tho violation of the statute against tho continent of Asia, whero serpents of , 'thru the malls which would not blood flows freely and in a short firm's claim. , all sorts havo always been abundant time tho stiffness and pain leaves. please the officer In command. On the other hand, Judge Gordon and generally venomous? asks sci suffering from Neuralgia or L. Brown, doing ence. If a correspondent does not wish Those will find one or holds that Robert to give bond or Is not able to put up Neuralgic Headache name of the This abhorrence of serpents is realLiniment business under the firm a certified check, or Is unwilling to two applications of Sloan's The agon- Brown Coal Company, by not filing ly a deep-seate-d animal Instinct, ' mortgage his freedom will give grateful relief. to tell the County Clerk which has survived long after tho way to a tingling a certificate with tho truth or express a critical opinion, izing pain gives naming the true owner of tho busi- , conditions that gavo it origin. he has the privilege of staying at sensation of comfort and warmth and ness, violated tho statute governing Rational persons who are informIs possible. Good home. The military authorities mere- quiet rest and sleep Judge Gor- firms and corporations. for Neuritis too. Price 25c at your don says tho statute Is plain In cases ed on the subject know that tho acly say they will not allow him to be , 1 , In which an Individual controls a bus- great majority of the snakes to endruggist company the expedition. encountered in this country aro 4 or fictitious tirely harmless, being without veVilla Takes Horses, Report. .Votice of Discharge in Bankruptcy. iness under an assumed name and does not file a certificate nom or fangs; and, indeed, tho writis every evidence that the There In the matter of William Azro with the County Clerk, disclosing tho er has determined, to his own satiscensorship at El Paso and other Martin, a bankrupt. tho real owner of the bus- faction at least, that in this particu points on the border Is working as On this 15th day of March, A. D., Identity of iness. For this reason the Brown lar region the only one of tho snake generally work. For 1916, on considering the petition of censorships, instance, a week after the event, it the aforesaid bankrupt for discbarge, Coal Company can not recover on Its family that Is a menace to human Is reported on what seems to be good filed on the 14th day of March, A. contract at bar, made with a firm for life, is the now rarely encountered I Crotalus horrldus, using tho term In authority, that Villa and his raiders D., 1916, it is ordered by the court coal sold. , . a gererlc sense. Bond Is Pledged. took with them the horses of the that a hearing be had upon the same ' And yet, any Intelligent . person United States cavalrymen stationed on the 22nd day of April, A. D., 1916, In the first case, Frank L. Walker, at Columbus, N. M.f upward of 100 oefore said court at Louisville in administrator, with the will annexed, when unexpectedly brought into closo of them, having stampeded the cor- said district, at 10 o'clock in the of Florence M. Walker, sued Wake- - proximity to any kind of a snake, non- ral. forenoon, or as near thereto as prac field & Co., a firm composed of Dun- - large or small, venomous or This was one reason, possibly, why ticable, and that notice thereof bo lap Wakefield, a. is. L.aua ana jonn venomous, or oven a semblance of the soldier boys did not take up the published one time In Hartford Re- J. Kennpdy, for the recover)' of a a snake, Is suddenly seized by a pan "hot trail." But for army reasons, publican, a newspaper published In $1,000 Louisville Homo Telephone lc of horror and fear, with an Im the fact did not get wired out with 3aid district, and that all known Company first mortgage bond which' pulse to spring away out of tho ser the early accounts of the Columbus creditors and other persons In in- deceased pledged to the firm In Sep- pent's reach as quickly as possible attack. Another reason for not terest may appear at said time and tember, 1914, as a guarantee against In a sort of blind terror. Tho probable origin of this inpursuing Villa a reason not report- place and show cause, if any they losses which might be sustained In comes from similar sources, have, why the prayer of said peti- stock transactions with the firm of stinctive horror of serpents that still ed namely, that Villa took with him the tioner should not be granted. John'D. Wakefield & Co., predeces- dominates the mind of civilized man was d'urlng the countless generations two machine guns which "failed to Witness the Honorable Walter Ev- sors of the firm of Wakefield & Co. work." The censored dispatches al-(- ans, Judge of said Court, and the The defendants In their answer and when early man was slowly climbing fail to explain why there were not seal thereof, at Owensboro, in said counter-claialleged that Mrs. Wal- np from his animal ancestry to his sentries posted when Villa and his district, on the 15th day of March, ker owed the firm of John D. Wake- present eminence as Homo sapiens. fire and without clothbandits were known to be within A. D., 1916. field & Co., $3,755.30 on account, and Being without ing or shelter, he wa peculiarly detwelve miles of this post. All this is account with tho pledged mortthis A. G. RONALD, Clerk. "military information which might gage bond, was transferred to tho fenseless In an environment beset M. E. DUNN, D. C. deadly serpents, against this, assist the enemy." firm of Wakefield & Co., when It br probably tho greatest danger and . "Copy" Closely Censored. took over the assets of Its predeces ' greatest menace to racfal surval that For Your Child's Cough. Army officers at El Paso and other If your child has a cold, nose runs sor. ho had to encounter. Hence his ln-- I border towns have been reading all or coughs much get a small bottle Claims Violation at Law. stlnctlve horror of the serpent the press dispatches filed at the tele- of Dr. Bell's Its a ' In Its reply, plaintiff pleaded that form. graph offices and even exercising pleasant syrup, Just tho firm of Wakefield & Co., had vio I The Idea that India was the "cra-- i supervision over the telephone lines what children like and Just the med- lated the statute by not filing a certi die" of tho white at least, with over which might be sent. Auto- icine to soothe the cough and check ficate wjth the County'Clerk, giving us serpent environment uireatening mobiles, It Is said, carrying dispatch the cold. After taking, children the names of the firm members. racial existence for a very long pees have been stopped and censored. stop fretting, sleep good and are Judge Gordon sustained defendant's riod of its primitive development, If the United States were at war, soon entirely well. Insist on Dr. demurrer to the reply, thus holding appears to receive some degree of the military authorities would no Bell's 25c at your that Wakefield Co. have a right to confirmation from the fact that cendoubt be authorized to exercise druggist. 1 ask Judgment on their claim against among the inhabitants of India at sorship under proper limitations on the mortgage bond held br them as tho present time tho annual mortalipurely military news. In time of h The Antartlc expe- corTateral, and tfrat the case must be ty from attacks of serpents exceeds peace the War Department, or the dition, under the leadership of Prof. Judge Gordon 20,000, notwithstanding the efforts army officers, have no more authori- Otto Nordenskjold, has been post- tried on its merits. cites numerous decisions In regard to of the- British authorities to suppress ty to interfere with the gathering, poned until the European war is similar cases. In the course of his the evil. sending or publishing of news than over. opinion ho says: In man has a The serpent-Instinthe traffic officer on the street cor"From the cases, it may bo con- closo analogy In a similar Instinct Mexiner. All this business at the A Costly Kindness. cluded that where the name of a bus- that characterizes the domestic horse can border is executive usurpation "There is one feature of the s of tho present time, to whfch allumovement in Japan that Is iness concern, not a corporation.con-talnof the crudest kind. true surnames of all those sion has been made by writers on the the The way it all has come about Is unique, I believe. It dates from the busis a familiar fact to evrather interesting. Studying the ex- Portsmouth treaty, when, as is pop- conducting or transacting tho does subject. It ery ono who has to do with horses, nothing more, und perience of foreign nations, the ularly reckoned, President Roosevelt iness and proneness of tho horse to exArmy War College took noto of the took a prominent part In securing not contain tho name of any ono not tho oneaKed in tho business, It Is not an hibit an lnsano and uncontrollable censorship as It worked during the peace. Behind tho scenes it is well any unfamiliar wayside obWar. That was understood that the Japanese govern- assumed name, or a designati6n,name fear of ' is other than' tho ject. Ipdeed, tho phenomenon or stylo the first Instance In which a govern- ment was anxious for peaco at that commonplace that probably absoluto charge of all pub- time, although assuming tho attitude real namo or names of tho individual such a ment took persons havo given a licity and not only kept nows from of victors, and that Mr. Roosevelt's or individuals conducting tho busi very few thought In explanation of what appress, but disseminated false re- activity was In the nature of coming ness. the "Tho statut Is a sovere ono, and pears to bo a wholly unaccountable ports for the purpose of misleading to Japan's assistance diplomatically. mystery. enemy. very disap- an individual or a firm which 'does the But tho peace terms wero Tho suggestion that has been offerbusiness under an assumed or fictiNew School Developed. i pointing to the Jtipaneso people, who filing with tho ed with compelling force to account ' From that experience a new school had been led by their government to tious namo without Is on of tho for thts curious horse-fnBtlnIn censorship had developed abroad, expect something different; and a County Clerk a certificate name or names of tho parallel lines with that offered above and was In operation In part In Ger- consoquence was that the meddling true, real, full such to account for man's serpent-Instinc- t, Following many. these general of tho United States was blamed for person or persons engaged In subjecting themselves both of which In tho nature of anl-mmodels, the experts In tho war col robbing Japan of substancial fruits business are Instincts aro Intense and penalty, as fixed lego drew up a proposed set of rules of victory. Of course the Japanese not only to a heavy and havo long; survived tho statute, but to a loss of the and field regulations for uto by the government knew tho truth, yet with In tho country ample means to do to., It did nothing right to enforce all contracts mad,o conditions that gave rise to them. United States In case this name, In tho ,caso of the horse, for a should find Itself In a stato of war. to counteract this popular Impres In and under such fictitious develto sion, which obtains this day, nourish- and, in giving to tho statute the very long period of his racial These regulations were submitted that tho court opment he was subjeoted to one danSecretary Garrison and approved by ed among other sources for tho pre- strict construction give It In this case, tho ger exceeding all others in magnihim. vailing dislike of America umong does 'court Is carrying out tho legislative tude by which survival was conAll that remained was to give these Japanese. It is doubtful If a parallel stantly threatened. This danger Is Jusrules a tryout. The chance camo exists In modern times for this In- Intent, and such construction by tho severity of tho statute." was embodied In tho predacious when tho United States mado peace- stance of a friendly and beneficial act tified earThe second case, In which Judgo beasts that infested the horse's ful war on Vera Cruz April 24, 1914. by one nation for another nation bedecides against tho plaintiff, ly environment, mainly of the follno Correspondents who applied for cre- ing deliberately used or allowed to Gordon family that lay In wait concealed by dentials to cover that assignment create antagonism against the nation Is that in which Robert L. Brown, bushes or other cover for tho oppor- trading as, tho Brown Coal Company, ' wero handled little folders of tho doing the favor." Thomas F. Milde- seeks to recover $219.39 from tho I tunlty to spring upon him and War College setting out tho War De- lard, In tho March Century. Schwlnd Brothers Coal Company on your him. Tho horse had no means partment's ideas about censoring tho ex- account for coal. The defendant, In I of defense against this danger news of military operottns. Also spring Us answer, pleads that plaintiff has cept alertness in eluding the with it, they received blanks for the FOR FLETCHER'S no right to sue on the claim under of his enemy and fleotness of foot to bond and the request for tho 11,000 Tho Individual go the statute by not filing a certificate escape pursuits, I certified check. The prlvilego of CENSORSHIP IS ing along was tho Inccntlvo to tho acceptance of. these conditions by tho and their newspacorrespondents pers. To get aboard tho warships, no bond was needed, but going ashore after tho army had possession of tho city, was allowed only on condition of tho censoring regulations. Tho fact that Secretary Daniels did not agree with Secretary Garrison did not, in this instance, save the situation for tho representatives of tho press. The army had tho power, al tho that, too, was only a "punitive expedition" and not war, and the army exercised it to establish a precedent which Is now seen to bo dangerous and oppressive. Now the War Department and the officers at tho Mexican boundary are merely following "precedent." Somo day tho editors and newspaper proprietors of tho United States will awaken to the fact that In a time of profound peaco tho military arm of the Government Is attempting a bold and unwarranted interference with tho freedom of the press. Louisvlllo " Herald. FIRMS NAMES In Children Cry for Fletcher's V9QKSI Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always Bonght, nnd which hns been signature- or in uso for over 30 years, lias uonioinounucr ana lias occn mnuo ins per-f- v sonal supervision slnco Its Infancy. j SvyJ-ljAA11m iin nnn fmlnpolvn vml In tlila. 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Children Ory CAS T.O.R A Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CA.SJTIO.RIA College Incorporated OWENSBORO, KY. J '1 .. HUSBAND KILLED kSr QUARREL NKW YORK LAWYER MEETS DEATH AT HANDS OP WIFE SHOT FIVE TIMES. YOUNG CHILD PRESENT Un- Wife Clnlms She Did Not Firo til After Husband Had Pointed Pistol lit Her. Frederick, Md., March IS. Mrs. Elolso Young English shot nnd Killed her husband, Arthur E. English, a Now York lawyer, at their homo Tho shooting was near here done In tho presence of their daughter, and Is said to have occurred during a quarrel. English was a Ron of Thomas Dunn English, a former New Jersey congressman and author of the song, "Ben Dolt." Mrs. English claims she shot in self defenso when her husband, In a fit of anger, pointed a pistol at her. to-da- y. bullet penetrated English's heart and four others took effect. VTho coroner's Jury later exonerated Mrs. English after she and thrco testified' as to English's children brutalky and frequent threats to One kill his wife. Arthur English was assistant Unljed States attorney of the department of Interior from 1S93 to 1897, when ho resigned and resumed private practice In this city. He wbb ono of tho commissioners of the Hudson-Fulton celebration In 1909. Tho present Mrs. English, whom he married in 1900, is his second wife, the first having died five years before. He was born In 18G3 and was a graduate of New York university. He studied Hindoo, Greek, Roman, Hebrew, English and American law under private tutors. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR IA DEEP SNOW ON THE regions because logging nnd milling by operations have been hampered deep snow and exceptionally cold weather. Tho same factors have given stockmen using tho National Forest ranges much concern, although ad yet there have been no seTho vere livestock losses reported. foreslgt of tho stockmen in providing winter feed, which. Is now generally practiced, makes a recurrence of tho former immense losses very unlikely. Tho damages caused by tho snow and resulting slides and floods to Forest Servlco trails, telephone lines, and other permanent Improvements are not yot known, but unthan usual doubtedly aro heavier and their repairs will make much spring work for the rangers. Most of tho railroads in crossing tho mountains of the Northwest run distanco through for considerable tho National Forrcsts. Reports from tho Forest officers show that some of tho roads have had a strenuous struggle with tho snow to keep tho Tho great rotarics lines open. havo had hard work to plow through tho hugo drifts. Snow slides havo swept down tho steep slopes, filling tho cuts, hurrying tho tracks to a great depth, and not only blocking all trafllc but in severnl cases destroyThese slides ing life and property. usually occur on slopes whero fire has destroyed tho timber, leaving nothing to hold the snow In place, according to tho forestry ofllcials, who assert that a thrifty stand of timber on tho mountain Bides is the best possible safeguard against theso destructive avalanches. The deep snow Is not without Its beneficial side, say tho Forest omcers. It will lie long on tho slopes the ground and ridges, keeping moist until late in the spring, and thus greatly reducing tho danger of early forest fires which sometimes occur with serious consequences. A spring Are usually destroys little Umber, either green or dead, but sweeps rapidly over stump land and old burns, feeding on the dead vegetation of the preceding year. Its menace to property and life In re mote settlements has been demonstrated more than once and must not be underestimated. By keeping tho ground moist until it is covered with green vegetation through which fire will not run, the great snowbanks become active agents In preventing flres. . NEWPORT ONLY WET SPOT IN KY. SALOONS DEFY LAW AND OPEN REAR DOOItS OX SUNDAY-N- EW ACT IGNORED. ALL OTHER CITIES DRY In Kenton County Only Ono Road- - liouso Operated And Thirty Couples Arrested. Covington, Ky.', March 10. Duo to the unceasing efforts of tho "dry" forces, Covington was thirsty today for tho first Sunday In many a day, but her sister city, Newport, defied tho law and liquor was sold as usu- But ono saloon, a roadhousc, out on a country pike, was open In Ken ' ton county. doors were closed In New Front port, but back doors wero nover closed, During tho rush hours, beer was sold from tubs and saloonkeep e business. ers did a Tonight a well known resort In Campbell county, near Newport, was raided and thirty couples arrested by tho Sheriff. , Tho officers refused to divulge the names of tho persons arrested, say-Itj- g they wero to bo used as witnesses against the proprietor only. Rev. T. W. Ralney, who leads tho "dry" workers, said tonight that the day had been a successful one. "We paid no attention to Camp-bo- ll county today," said Ralney, "wo closed up Kenton county today and will try our hand at Newport next Sunday." Loulsvlllo Herald. land-offic- al. chances aro ten to ono that ho has all tho loyalty ho deserves. Tho big majority of young fellows who set out to mako their own way In tho world, without tho coddling of maudlin mothers and fathead fathers aro loyal to tho firms they work for to tho point of But tho employer is so greedy that loyalty to his he takes Interests as a mere duty that Is duo him becauso ho encloses a paltry pittance In their pay envelopes on pay day. An ounco of loyalty Is worth a pound of cleverness; but an ounco of appreciation is worth a thousand pounds of platitudes. No leader of a victorious army ever had tho loyalty of his soldiers without first having proven his unbounded, unfailing, unflinching, unwavering loyalty to them. No great General ever demanded loyal soldiers In order that ho should bo loyal. Napoleon did not demand loyalty from his men. Ho inspired Itl And they would die for ljlm when they wouldn't fight for another General. They know that the Little Corporal would remember and reward them. Men and men, on the field of battle or in tho thop and tho factory, and If you appreciate them and treat them fairly and squarely and set them an unquestionable example of loyalty, they will meet you on the same basis, and your interests will be their e. mjE IS Reducing the Cost of Upkeep Ball Bearing; Lontf Wearing THE INSTALLATION of L. C. Smith olio-we- &? Bros. Typewriters is invariably by the discovery that the bills for ribbons are much less than before. A large corporation recently found that its ribbon expense was cut in two. This is not an accident. It is the result of the mechanical construction that makes the L. C. Smith & Bros, cheapest to maintain. The ball bearings give light touch and eliminate pounding impact. The ribbon is actuated by the carriage, not the typebar. ' The ribbon, mechanism is automatic, so that the ribbon reverses at' the instant the end is reached and without added strain. Low ribbon cost, low cost of maintenance and these are guaranteed to the highest efficiency L. C. Smith & Bros, users. DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKING It Is tho employer's hl& loyalty ljrst. duty to show Then he will havo Icyal employs You muEt sivf if you must receive. The loved oces are those who uavj loved much. If ybu would 'e loved by loyal men, you, yourself, must be a lorlni; and loyal man. It Is for the master to set that ex ample for h: servant. The word "master" mpar.s teacher and imnHs L. C: SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER C? Homt Offkt and Factory. SYRACUSE. N. Y. Brmctica in All Princi'jal Citlel Keep Your Dowels Regular. As everybody knows, the bowels aro tho sewerage system of the body, and It Is of tho greatest Importance that they movo once each day. If your bowels become constipated, tako a doso of Chamberlain's TabIf you huve a message from Garcia lets Just after supper and they will to the mar. who carries a message to Obtainable Garcia, your reward will be golden correct tho disorder. m and your name will be glorified. everywhere. leadership It you wonll have your men so in the right direction, you must lead tehm and po.nt the way. You are not a master if ou expect to be led. Appreciation ic the greatest Incen tive tho world has ever known. Gratitude gains more than granite 414 Main Street CINCINNATI, OHIO. Era TBI llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllq s 9 Vanderbilt Training School for Boys t a NATIONAL FORESTS A MESSAGE FROM GARCIA Washington, March 15. According to Forest Service ofllcials tho unusually heavy snowfall which has, signalized the past winter in most of the West has materially effected National Forest business. Timber salo receipts have decreased in some Proper Treatment For Biliousness. For a long time Miss Lula Skel-to- Sequel to " A Message To Garcia," Hubbard. Churchvlllo, N. Y., was bilious and had Bick headache and dizzy spells. Chamberlain's Tablets were By James W. Bockman. tho only things that gave her Former Secretary To tho Late Elbert permanent relief. Obtainable evHubbard m erywhere, Rowan carried the message to n, The Court of Last Resort. Around tho stove of the cross roads grocery Is tho real court of last re sort, for It finally all oth over-rules o i. 5 "Will ELKTON, KY. help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat-tered and comes from the best, homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there-fore, reservations 'should be made early. Place your son in this select group of 5' H XdcmetCOnee J nvalidj Now in Good Health Through Use , of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Say it is Household Necessity. Doctor Called it a Miracle. 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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been brought before this court In almostovery cross roads grocery in this country, and has always re ceived a favorable verdict. It is in the country where man expects to receive full value for his money that Garcia was the leader of the Cuban rebels. When the United States de- this remedy Is most appreciated. m clared war on Spain it was necessary Obtainable everywhere. to get word to Garcia to hold out. The Bus j bodies of Life. Nobody knew where he was, except The consciousness of power over that ho was somewhere In the fast others brings the most exquisite joy nesses of Cuba trying to elude cap to any human being. To be able to ture by the Spaniards. regulate other people's lives seems a "Who will carry a message to Gar very desirable position to most of us. cia?" asked President McKlnley. Of course all llfo Is managed on this "Rowan," came tho reply from a basis from the institution of an emman. peror down to that of a political boss, Rowan was summoned and given But most of us do not recognize the message.- He said nothing, but tho tyranny in our own natures for set about his task. just what it is. We call ourselves The story of how he dlssapcared philanthropists and neglect to con and found Garcia in three weeks has sider just how welcome our phllan thrilled and Inspired millions, both thropy Is. soldiers and civilians, to efficient ac I know a girl who took her stand tion. against her whole family and assist "A Message to Garcia" was the ed her younger brother In making a first lesson In efficiency, and It taught marriage which to his youthful fan to do the thing when you are told cy seemed desirable. The girl had a once. wonderful feeling that she was "play Tho average worker possesses no ing Providence" most graciously for loyalty to his employer, no enthusi brother and his sweetheart. She was asm In. his work. He listlessly puches a managing young woman and stood the time clock only that he may out against all of her people for what draw his pay. she considered very beautiful and Ho counts himself the gainer when noble reasons. ho does the least work possible com She imagined she was actuated by patlble with holding the job. a beautiful sentiment of desire to Ho has no Interest in what he does make others happy. She fancied sho and is, held to his task only by tho was the ono person who could get dread of getting the bounce. the point of view of her whole faml Ask tho average workman or clerk ly deemed rather an adventuress. to do anything for you and he will Sister glossed over the whole sit answer "Let George do it." uation, and, with a feeling of nobilHo is set on being wise, and wis- ity, engineered a marriage which the dom never penetrated his calcareous boy would never have put through by. himself. cranium. Two years proved it But now and then a Rowan ap- disastrous. And like disaster attends pears among the workers. almost all instances where ono huDo tho employers enfold him in man being steps In and manages the their arms with the gratitude of Gar- affairs of another. It Is never fair cia? , to insist on regulating other people's Do they give him a message of lives. It forces them into an attilove, loyalty, appreciation and assur- tude of weak helplessness tbat makes such as Garcia them parasites, whether they are conance of gavo Rowan to take back with him? scious or unconscious of It. Being helpful Is another matter. On your llfo they do notl They accept his loyalty, servlco It'means giving aid where aid Is honand sacrifice In silence, lest he dis- estly needed, It means answering cover that ho has done his work well. a cry for assistance and letting someIf In his humdrum drudgery ho one who feels tho necessity of getdoes not repeat a spectacular stunt ting someone else's opinion or of of carrying a message to Garcia every having their doubtfulness bolstered day, he is set upon by the boss for up a bit recognize the fact that tho losing interest in his work. world Is not a totally cold and IndifInstead of being thanked for his ferent place, "playing Providence,, Between unusual service on a special occasion he Is bullied for not creating more and being callously indifferent to tho needs of others thero is a tremensuch occasions. The average employer has no dous field of sympathy and helpful loyalty from his workers, and the kindness. ''Playing Providence" is - boys. Write 8 2 MATHENEY BST Bos A. For catalogue and information. weakling who needs to be disected Them out of that object if you succeed CLEANED CLEAN with him. On the other hand, being helpful Packages called for and delivered. means lending a helping hand to someone who has sat all his lite in THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB an Invalid chair, who wants to walk A. Iva Nail, Prop. and yet who does not know quite HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. how to take the first step alone. It means aid, comfort and the benefit of greater wisdom and advice. It means being guide, counsellor and friend. It never means leading someone whom you have blindfolded or dragging someone forward in long strides when they have a capacity for taking short steps alone. Feeling that you are a Lady BounSucceed when everything 1m fafla. arbiter of destiful to a heaven-lik- e In nervous prottrattoi and fcmal they crs the supreme tinies may be rather pleasant for you but It is miserably unfair to iweaknesaea thousand have testified. LIVER AND anyone else concerned. Don't be guil- ' STOMACH TROU1LI ty of It. "Playing Provldenco" is k is the best medicine ever aeM g to yourself; It is preJust over a druggist's counter. tending that yoij are a noble, unselfish helper when In reality you are boss quite like Just a WILL YOU tho child who "won't play" unless It TAKE can be president. the sort of thing that patronizingly We Knock the Spots Out of Things takes a square peg out of a square holo where It Is comfortably ensconced, and, insists on whittling it down to fit a round hole a notch or two higher up in the world. It means manufacturing discon- French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. tent fortho object of your experiment If you happen to fall, and making a Send us your Garments and Have Ladies' and Men's Garments Electric Bitters play-actin- self-center- OUR A Specific Against Colds. The nearest thing to a specific against colds is a sleeping porch or open bod room and a cold sponge bath every morning when you first get up. Even then you will occa sionally tako a cold, especially when colds aro epidemic, and when you do you will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a great help In enabling you to get rid of it. Try it. Obtainam ble 'everywhere. ffcSf GERMINAL REMEDY nW iLHLkV , olklpyoii OHIO MEDICAL GO, $u. A y$5cv TraalnMt (or WEAK. LUNGS or CONSUMPTION leelloj. A juck relief tat that tire J, . ..I-- i. oh.tt nlvhl Kweiti. htmor. rhigei. wek lungt or coniumpUoo. U It FOR ONE MONTH lteu you'Bt-Locx - , , COLUMBUS.O. box oio ---- " tlon Is taken makes every able bodied ccssful in their attempt to loilow the ADVANTAGE OF THE male citizen between the ages of X& no trace of thim has been forces and and 60 years, not otherwlso exempt found. Loading In the dark has POOL POINTED OUT subject to road work. t Pottomw been attributed ns the cause for the l trd according to at Wo are not personally concerned Hartford. Kj.. a mll inatt.r of th fteond machine guns not working at Colfor the protestors, neither nro wc so and the bandits got away umbus, cavalry horses. L. X. ROBERTSON EXPLAINS FEA-- ! concerned for those who take the op- Editor with several of the must draw tho n.VnXETT P09,te vlow but we nre Ponally ALLISON J. TCRES OF BID OF W. E. ELL- From these facts we nnd publlcally Interested In the road ,W. H. TIXSLEY,. .Business Manager conclusion that we are more woe- IS & BRO. FOR POULTRY. question and have given this ques- sus- to , fully unprepared than we ever "" " communications jtlon some study, our mind Is fully average Amcrl- ; plclonefl. Had the Republican. on one fact- - that b" 8t,utly The . In view of the fact that some CIUIUK VA1 we sei aeeper m uper u ready appointed parties are seeking required a week's time to make NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS of bandits make the Impression that the rcent tho mire, action of Intrinsic value is gbaerlbr dlrlng the ppr ent to a new to chase a mere bunch What we most need and must have If dismissed pool of chickens In they would 4da out glre th old addrtoi In maVlog tnt as Idle talk. have weapon of tho idea Muhlenberg, Logan, Davless.McLean, we are to ever get out of the mud. warfare and Hancock A One fact has Been thoroughly deButae Locala'an Notice 10c vr lint and Sc should be used Just as effectively In Ohio counties, sold to Messrs. W. E. pr Ua for each additional Insertion. Thnk;Sc the darkness as In the day. If the Ellis. & Bro., was of no benefit to the veloped, we can't possibly have roads OMtsariM. Rnolntloni and Card ol system which recent flight of the aeroplane squad- producers who pooled their poultry. of any worth under the par 11b. money In advance. past age, Cfcsrrh Notice for eerrlcM free, but other ron. Is an example of our efficiency I desire to state the facts for the in- has been in force for the the County has too many miles of idTertlement. Sc pr line. we do In a formation of the public. line what could will recelr no In that by setting Anoajmoa eommunloatlon As manager of the American So i road . to be maintained conflict with an European power? -Mention -I a . I.a nn- much in ciety of Equity's poultry pool, ItP-- n &"" u We have already learned imPs- lev ,s.a P)rl for bids to be delivered at mylnual tax this little Mexican affair and we profiting offico In Owensboro, Ky., on March stbility as we see it, for the reason should lose no time In . -- -CO thereby, for at present we are in a 4, 1916, for pooled poultry, to be that our ability to raise funds, under It is nearer pos- delivered at the followtog points, the existing stauttes Is limited to a serious condition. beyond that we may sible than probable that we will get viz.: Utica, Llvermore, Island, Dun- - certain amount, FRIDAY, MARCH 24. becoming In- more, Lewlsburg, RussellvtUe, Cen not go. out of Mexico without Our citizens aro as honest I think Whltesvllle, volved with that nation. Could any tral City, Greenville, ANNOUNCEMENTS. army Owensboro, HawesvIUe, Lewisport, as any to be found anywhere, but we country In the world send an through this country to perform a Maceo, Beaver Dam.Centertown and need to be educated to the fact that We are authorized to announce duty that rightfully should be per- Hartford. On the date these bids we must all mako some sort of sacriTOM SPURRIER, of Grayson county, formed by us without the majority were submitted and for weeks prior fice, some supreme effort, if we are as a candidate for Congress, from the of our citizens arising to protest in thereto the price uniformly paid for to improve, yes even if we are to Fourth District, subject to the action no uncertain terms? We would har-ra- chickens was 13 cents throughout maintain the roads in medium condimany of Of the Republican primary, Saturday, their every step and do all with- this territory, and other poultry was tion. One trouble with too charge Is, that we wrongfully August 5, 1916. in our power to exclude them from selling In proportion. At some par us wantonly our soil. Villa Is popular with the ticular points where competition was those In authority with cqmmon Mexicans and it Is not un- keen and local conditions created an wasting the appropriation of funds an opIn these days of war even wells likely that they. If given time, will abnormal demand, the price may and with this In mind, when go out are being drilled. portunity presents a chance we flock to his support. They may ev- have been slightly higher, but the Car- - prevailing price was not more than for all we can get and give as little Ver dun that It should en go so far as to turn against What has get by The pooling of this poul In return as Is possible to strug- ranza, and in that case we would need 13 cents. be made the scene of such a neighbor re- try in a large area stimulated the with, there can be no doubt that this many men to police the gle? price, and the purchasers, Messrs. is to often practiced. public. After all is said, if the people do GerW. E. Ellis & Bro.,ot Hartford. Ky., It is said that Villa believes One result of the bloody war is the cents per not give a few days each, year to of France In the re- many or Japan will come" to his res- paid an advance of 1 working, and that at tho proper cue. Germany has her hands full pound on hens, and other poultry In road spect of the nations of the world. time, there is not much chance for and there is little danger from that! proportion, becoming the purchasers Why doesn't the Kentucky Game source, but Japan has for many years of the entire pool, as their bid was road improvement, because we are. of funds by our and Fish Commission Import some had her eyes upon Mexico and what decidedly the highest and best bid absolutely short Kentucky sportsmen can better opportunity, could she desire offered. we method of taxation, by which we may Villas so It Is further true that keep our highways in condition. take part in the fun? than that which would be presented obtained from Ellis & Bro. the priv We have advocated to some extent, engage In ilege of pooling the poultry up until should we be compelled to and have thought the better plan new school book law war. Under the the date of delivery. This advance to place it may be possible to prevent Gov. The writer Is not an alarmist but will represent a saving of from two would be, charge certain districts of competent and Stanley's text on economy from be- the eyes of the American people to three thousand dollars to the under the ing taught in our schools. dangers that poultry raisers in the territory af honest overseers, give them some 25 should be open to the require road us. More men should and fected, and It Is a mere matter of or 30 miles of road and G style there confront If short skirts are the do the arithmetic to demonstrate the cor hands to work from 3 to 5 or days will be sent Into Mexico to each year or necessary, then suppleare many ladles who will do well and work well, else some morning we rectness of these figures. by the expenditure of $15,-00- 0 leave a much better Impression to may awake to Hearn that our five In the face of these facts, certain ment this or $20,000 per year, which we remain darned old fashioned. thousand brave fighting men have poultry buyers who have tried to can easily spare from our annual by Gov. Stanley the been led Into a trap and massacred. discourage the formation- of this levy, on the heavy Jobs, then If we If approved would give a good account of pool and to break it up after It was act passed by the recent Legislature That can't maintain the roads by that sort Is no doubt but permits the head of a family to own themselves there by Ave times their formed, are trying to make Is the of system, I fall to see how It can be an were they opposed farmers believe that the pool one dog, exempt from taxation. number In the enemy's country the Injury, rather than a benefit, to the done. A road half worked is little better Some of these poultry producers. China announces that she has had result would be Inevitable. ban- poultry dealers refused to bid on the than If not worked at all and our And while we are hunting the enough monarchy and will try the trouble has been that wo did not republic again. That decision will dit we should Instruct our guards to pooled poultry at' all, and have now have sufficiant funds to enable us to upon the Pa- gone Into certain localities" and are jut an end to the revolution in Chl- - keep a vigilant watch complete Jobs, as an atoffering a slight advance on partic- do good and cific. pa. over the tempt has usually been made to ular grades of poultry r roads with at least prices obtained by the pool. The cover almost all The county of Christian has voted D. E. O'SULLIVAX WILL by par- slight work and as a result the funds SEEK PAROLE FOR YOUTSEY real purpose of this Increase a road bond Issue of $4,000. and the spent been almost lost and the ties who would not bid for the poul- chargehave vote stood 4 to 1 for. Bell county erroneously made that the evidently an atFrankfort, March 14. Daniel E. try as a whole Is voted a road bond Issue to the authorities are squandering the peojunount of $250,000 In February of O'Shilllvan, chairman of the State tempt to disrupt the poultry pool ple's money. And In a sense the destroy It, but 1915. Bell was so well pleased that Prison Commission, in a statement completely and to money has been frequently wasted, she Jingled merrily and will now vote here today, announced that at the notwithstanding this slight advance, because It could not be helped, due & Bro. are payon another bond for the same pur- next meeting of the commission, Messrs. W. E. Ellis to the fact that the funds petered pose. In the meantime all eyes are April 4, he will present the name of ing more for the poultry than the out before the mud hole did. Is remembercentered on Ohio. Henry E. Youtsey, convicted of tho outside buyer,when It It strikes us that we need to build commismurder of Governor Goebel, for pa- ed that Ellis & Bro. paid a bunching good permanent roads, so that expenago the adminis- role. per cent for sion of 1 Several months ditures may cease, for a time at least tration told Texas she could not proO'Sulllvan said, "The time has this pool. to other secIs to command the then turn our attention If the farmer tect herself against Mexican raiders come when I must vote to give Youttions and keep on this way until we and sent soldiers to the border to do sey the benefit of the parole law. He best price for his products. It Is ab- build a lot of highway really fit to it for her. Now Gen. Funston needs Is entitled to It by length of service, solutely Imperative that the pooled be traveled the year round, roads that the men to chase Villa and tells the by continuous valuable work for the poultry be delivered as sold and that befit our time and civilization and let border citizens that they must or- state, by provisions of the law, and the dealer who refuses to bid for us not forget that this can not be A ganize and protect themselves. by every dictate of fairness and hu- pooled poultry be taught that the done except for each of us to make Hartford boy returning from the manity. He has served more than farmers will observe their collective some personal sacrifice, do some J,cne Star State reports that the good 16 years for his crime. The law un- contracts with exactly the same good things which at the time may appear jeople on the border live In con- der which he was sentenced entitled faith they observed In making their to be deterimental to our individual stant fear of death and destruction him to parole after five years. He Individual contracts. Messrs. Ellis interest and further even than this, from the Mexican bandits. Is this has served more than three times & Bro., who purchased this pooled we must have a united and harmonthe proper way to deal with TexaB? five years and for twelve he has been poultry, are legally bound to take ious pull if we place the old e ,of It, at every point of every pound Seems to us that it there are not eligible." on good ground and keep her there., delivery, at the price agreed to beenough men left to patrol the line tween themselves and the farmers' we should call out the militia and XEW SEAPLANE RECRUITING OFFICE keep the bandits off the soil of our ARMY OPEXED AT BEAVER DAM organization on March 4th, without regard to whether the market price Being Constructed By Xary Thought Sitter States. SWould the Increases or decreases. To Any Of Its Kind. The following telegram was re' Poultry raisers who have pooled market decline, there is no doubt by ceived at the Louisville recruiting but what th'ey will fulfill their conwith the A. S. of E. should stand Washington, D. C, March 22. their contract and deliver their poul- station, U. S. army last Friday: tract, and should the market itself Announcement was made today by Telegram. try to the purchasers of the pool at or the manipulation of poultry dealWashWashington, D. C, Mar. 17, 1916. ers who seek to break up the pool, the naval department at the the agreed purchase price. W. E. most adArmy Recruiting Officer, Louisville, produce a slight Increase in price at ington navy yard of the Ulls & Bro. put In the highest bid vanced type of seaplane which the for practically all of the pool of Ky.: Under authority of act of particular points, It is nevertheless American navy has attempted. It Is Congress the President has Increased the legal duty and the moral obliOhio county and legally bound themalso believed this new type surpassselves to take your poultry at a cer- the strength of the army by approx- gation of every member of the pool es In efficiency anything which the condi- imately 25,000 men and It Is Imper- to deliver his poultry to Ellis & tain price no matter what the European nations have thus far tions in the eastern market. When ative that the Recruiting Service ob Bro., as contracted for.- - Any other brought out. high other tain these men as speedily as possi- course will prove that the dealer Is ,1he eastern market Is This is tho first plane which the buyers will offer a price slightly In ble. Recommendation for the ex bound while the producer remains previous planes price of the tension of the recruiting service to free to dump his poultry, and of navy has built, all xcess of the purchase having come from private factories, pool but when said market is low neighboring localities which In your course this would absolutely destroy more are now under conthey will let Ellis & Bro. have the Judgment will prove productive will the pool and the advantages which where a few struction. poultry without opposition and the be submitted for consideration and have grown from It. The "aero squadron at Pensacola, latter firm will be forced to lose. It you will give your individual and L. N. ROBERTSON, a part of which is to Join the main peoattention to the work of Mgr. A. S. of E. it nothing but right to give the price undivided your Atlantic fleet at Guantanamo shortobtaining share of the number Advertisement. ple who offered you the best ly, now consists of sixteen hydrolor your produce when the market of recruits required and will prosewhich are for opportunity to regain their cute this work without regards to lose than have the aeroplanes, half of It Is better to is low an school service. Four more have Just fruits of victory leave a bad taste In losses when the market Is brisk. The hours. been delivered and are now underMcCAIN. Adjt. Gen one's mouth. man who would break a contract of going tests. In compliance with the telegram . Ibis kind would break any other kind The navy has also contracted for The Road Question. men are being sent out from the dls of contract. week's Issue we published tho first kite balloon In the service In last trlct office for the purpose of getting shortly. men for the army and from the 23 resolutions adopted at a meeting of and this will be delivered thirty-fiv- e THE OUTLOOK. taxpayers, recently held, It Is 175 feet long and Some four to six thousand Ameri- to the 29 of this month recruiting citizens and Not Intended for can troops are now well Into the in- offices will be opened at Reaver Dam, protesting against the proposed plan, feet in diameter. pur-pos- o a' letter or rather the plan already adopted cruising, It will serve the same terior of Mexico in an attempt to Glasgow and Lebanon. In observing kite balloons as the bring to Justice the bandit, Villa. It to The Republican Recruiting Off- by the Ohio Fiscal court, which of the German army, to which is at took nearly a week to make ready icer James M. Creagon speaks very places road work by small sections, tmrlpr illrpft rharzo of Btirvevnra.'Tno tributed much of the remarkable sue for the expedition. Two of the aer- highly of tho men furnished Uncle 'orders and statutes under which ac- - cess of the German's artillery Are. oplane squadron have been unsuc- - Sam from this district In the past, Hartford Republican. uffJi -- to.n,r ! JP8I WF a M"ff " fj .... PuB Xxxai' sl Is Now Over .' All the NEW HATS have arrived, and the new hats are ready for your inspection. Such an array of beautiful hats you have never seen. The Style Centers have been ransacked and the best of everything in high class ery has been selected for our ss AnySize Hat style TRIMMINGS that appeals to your taste can be had. you desire is in our stock. Any v 3-- We Have The Hats z and the Trimmings and we have the ability to conform them to the latest styles and at the same time becoming to the individual faces. Give us a little of your time to show the new things for Spring. - E. P. BARNES & BRO. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. brigade." The same texC 1st '"Samuel 30:24 But as his part is that goeth into battle, so shall his past bo that tarrcth by the stuff." was used Sunday night. The pastor preached on DAWSON MADISOXVOiLE AND SPRINGS WILL BE IN THE 1010 RACE. PADUCAH AND CAIRO NOT IN THE KITTY our duty to the superannuated preachers. Ho pointed out that while we care for our domestic anl- - , mats and provide, pensions for our old soldiers wo neglect our old preachers. y Meeting. Auxiliary The Young Women's of tho Beaver TJani Baptist church y meeting under announce an their direction, to be held at the Wednesday Beaver Dam church, March 29. We will have wltbS Miss Sallie Priest, returned missionary to China; Mrs. Kato Hinkle and Miss Mattlo Wilson, Stato Workers, All Baptist women In tho Ohio County Association are Invited most cordially to attend, as It Is a rcc lar business meeting. Dinner will be served on the ground. All-Daall-da- 1 IJl li tar-pol- il n, Owensboro, Hopklnsvllle, Henderson, Madisonville. Dawson Springs and Clarksvllle that .seems to be for the Kitty league this the line-u- p year, Judging from developments at a meeting held In Henderson Sunday. Dr. Bassett" and Chester LaRue, head of the local club, conferred with the Henderson man who Is boosting the game there, and arranged for a meeting next Wednesday night In representatives when Henderson from all of the six town3 will gather for a pow wow. It was decided at Sunday's meeting that PaUucah and Cairo were such uncertain factors that It would be best to leave them out of the consideration and perfect the league Stories with the towns available. In Paducah and Cairo papers indicate that these two towns object to being excluded and at the same time object to being counted In. given above provides The line-u- p compact circuit which will at least a mean a big decrease In mileage, one of the heaviest expenses. Tho meting at Henderson Wednesday is expected to develop the necessary enthusiasm among Henderson fans and get things started. Owensboro Inquired. ( AMONG . Obituary. Prentiss, Ky., Mar. 20, 1916. It is with a sad heart and the tender est recollections, that I attempt to ipen a few words in memory of my valued and esteemed friend J. B. Dennis, of Prentis, Ky., who departed this life March 19, 1916, at the age of 61 years, 1 month and 26 days. For the last few years he has made his homo with his sister, Mrs. Mary J. Shaver, who Btlll survives him, nnd also, one brother, Mr. C. C. Dennis. In his death the community has lost a faithful friend. "Buck", as ho was commonly called, was loved by all who knew him. He was-eveready to help those who were less fortunate than himself. And always ready to give a word of cheer to tho distressed and discouraged one, nnd wo will greatly miss the encouragement of his presence and council. Ho always looked on tho sunny side of life, although ho has been afflicted for a long time, ho nover gavo up In despair, but when tho grapling hand of death began to sink its Icy fingers into his body, ho was willing to submit bis will to the will of Him who doeth all things well. His remains were laid to refit in the family cemetery near Cool Springs. Wo extend our warmest sympathy to tho family and friends. CARL M. TAYLOR., r THE CHURCHES 41 I - Christian There will be regular services at the Christian church SunBible day morning, and evening. school at 9:45 o'clock. Communion service at 10,45. Preaching at 11. The subject for the morning sermon will be, "Christian Unity." The C. E. Society will conduct Its regular meeting In tho evening. Mrs Dever is to lead this meeting at C,15 o'clock, Preaching service at 7,15. The theme for the evening discourse Every one is will be, "Obedience." invited to attend each and all these services. Pastor B. W. Napier Methodist was Interrupted during his sermon at the Methodist church Sunday morn- Inc. Viw n flrn alarm, nnd illnmlnspil l 4 In case of harboring a grudge tho the congregation. The fire was not in the church building but the men hater generally fares worse than tho present were needed In the "bucket hated. ,P TM 'afoA.t ' I - ' -- ' ' ' 1 i -- v ,f 1 I "vaiK n We cordially invite you to be present at our Spring Millinery Opening, On Saturday, March, 25, 1916 again with us this season, and will be pleased to show you the latest Mrs. Mary Lynch is tho Star Thcatro had tho best equipped picture show In his district. Sylvester A. Long, one of tho most noted lecturers on tho platform, will deliver his greatest lecture, "Tho Challengo of the Hour," at tho Opera Houso In Beaver Dam Friday evening. It Is necessary to have a good houso In order to bring the Beaver Dam Lyceum Club out financially for tho season and tho management feels free In guaranteeing a very pleasant ovcnlng to all thoso who hear Mr. Long. In tho presence ot only a few friends and relatives Miss Annlo Leo Tovlnr nnrl Mr. W. W. rirnwii wnro ' married nt tho homo of the bride's sister, Mrs. Eck Hudson, hero Wednesday at noon, by tho Ilev. B. W. "Napier. Mr. and Mrs. Brown left Wednesday afternoon for Point' Pleasant whero they will make their futuro home. Tho bride Is tho daughter of former County Judge W. B. Taylor, deceased, and Is one of Hartford's most popular young ladles. Mr. Brown Is a prosperous young farmer of Point Pleasant. Tho engagement was unannounced and ! friends of tho couplo aro surprised to learn of their marriage. STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluko McFlukc.) Thero is a restaurant lnbuV Burg which may bo said t5 bo doing a sort of a Petty business Then we saw a couplo of bad kids send a stranger down to another restaurant the other day to see a pair of Lions, yes ho went In, and lamped Willis and Jim. In Hartford it's a finable offense for tho. once proud old rooster to stray from his own back yard, in Owensboro It's also a finable offenso to bo sold within tho city limits, except tho purchasing guy has paid 10tf bucks Into tho city treasury. What In Sam Hill aro we a comin to no how? "PREPAREDNESS" arc prepared as never before. Our present showing overshadows our most pretentious efforts in the past. Despite the' unsettled conditions of the fabric and dye markets, we are offering the most ravishingly beautiful array of We J Spring Shades and Materials that has ever one roof. been assembled . ' under Yes Owensboro orter collect a fine often them American Society of Equity hens for being in a car and laying on the siding without H license The entire day will be devoted exclusively to showing the NEW vovelties in Spring Headwear. THINGS. Everytime Ed Barass is called upon to set em up, he offers to take tho crowd to the movies, yes Tommy At a meeting of the. Ohio County never misses a, chance to boost his Republican Executive Committee at business. We've a dozen movie the court house hero Tuesday after- - promises we'll trade for one good noon E. G. Barrass was elected chalr- - solid swig. man for the next four years, and W. S. TInsley waB chosen secretary. If Women's garments should be cut Practically every precinct In the from the top as recklessly as they ' county was represented either by the are being sliced from the bottom, recently elected committeemen or by how long will It take the extremes proxy. Tho new offlcerB were elect to meet, and where? ed without opposition and the meet-- I No longer can it be said that the Ing was marked by a spirit of har-- ! mony. child was clinging to it's mother's I Thn nnwlv elected chairman Is a skirts. Impossible, out of reach, un young Republican ot much proml- -' less on a box or something of the nenco'both in the county and State. sort. Ho has served two terms as Circuit for Just about the time we aro firmly . Clerk and delights in fighting his party. In a short speech upon resigned to quit worrying over those dipsomanl-aca- l taking the chair Mr. Barrass empha- - European producing names, along comes sized that he intends to favor no par For Sale. One pair of good work ticular candidate for the nomination this. Greaser business and an aval- mules, harness and wagon. for county offices, but will always anch, of, names even worse than any 35t4 EZRA GORMAN, endeavor to serve the best interests contained In the Balkan vocabulary. FRIDAY, MARCH 24. Beaver Dam, Ky. of his party. Under the guidance of Breaking Plows, ,VuIcan Chilled, Chairman Barrass and Secretary Our Idea of a real "nut" is a fel L., H. & ST. L. R. R. TIME TABLE. Blue Bird and New Ground Plows at TInsley, the G. O. P. county ship will low who would walk ten steps to 'No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8::32 p.m. reduced prices. undoubtedly keep a straight course fish on a wlnday day early In March No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7::30 a.m. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. for the next four years. Our idea of two "nuts" is two fel :40 p.m. No. 112 Lr. Ellmltch lows who would go fishing on a The chicken law goes into effect Ar. Irvlngton . . 5 ::35 p.m. April 1. Better be building Notice. windy day in March. But the domn- that Lv. Irvlngton . . 5:;S6 p.m. poultry yard. U. S. Carson has the Thursday, March 30, ,at 7:30 at edest "nuts" we know ot are two Ar. Louisville . 7:MO p.m. poultry wire. Also American Wire tho Court House a beautiful Panto-ml- n fellows who would go twenty miles :35 a.m. Fencing. nnd twilight entertainment. Dont to fish on the most windy day in No. Lr. Loulsvlllo 37tf Ar. Irvlngton ..10::06 a. m. fall to come. Benefit M. E. Church, March and get so enthused that they Mr. R. E. Kennedy, ot McQuady, Colored. Lv. Irvlngton ..10 :40 a.m. would stay all night long when they 1: 04 p. m. has beet employed by the Ellis MillAr. Ellmltch hadn't even had a bite. ing company to superintend some FARMER AND FAMILY ARREST grinding. There is a possibispecial ARE UNDER Mrs. Hart Dead. M H. & E. R, R. TIME TABLE. lity that Mr. Kennedy will bo employMrs, Eli M. Hart, who formerly South Bound, No. 115 Loltchfleld, Ky March 22. Fol- resided In Ohio county died at Hawes 8:45 a. m. ed permanently by the Ellis firm. Duo at Hartford lowing tho murder from ambush last vllle, Ky on March 18th, past. Her North Bound, No. 114 The Columbia "Life Insurance Co., 5:55 p. m. will loan you half the value of your evening ot Miss Eva Gregory, tho remains were brought to Mt. Herman, Duo at Hartford nlneteen-year-qldaughter of Steve near Beda, this county, whero Inter d (Both "Mixed Trains.) land for .5 years. No loans taken in ment took place last1 Mohday. see Gregory, near Hardin Springs, for less than $500. For terms, Hardin county, bloodhounds were .Mrs. Hart was past 80 years of age W. H. 'PARKS, Jumbo and Sweet Mixed Pickles put on the trail this morning and and during 67 years of her life she Ky. Hartford, 3Ctf at Moore's. went to tho home ot John Monroe, a had' been a consistent member of the Mall, mo your orders for high farmer, living two and a half miles spent tho weekMrs. W. E. Ellis She leaves M. E. Church, South. grade Acid Phosphate 16 pounds from the scene of the killing. end in Owensboro. . surviving, five daughters and two ?1.00. Barn Wheat and Oat grower Monroe, his wife, two sons and a sons. Mr. Oscar Bond, ot Elizabethtown, $1.20. Golden Leaf Tobacco Grower daughter, Ella, aged twenty-fou- r . was hero Wednesday. $1.25. years, were taken into custody. Red Top. New barrel Kraut Just opened at D. L. D. SANDEFUR, It Is alleged that a young man of Tho best grade ot Red Top Seed Moo'ro's Meat Market. Beaver Dam, Ky. 38t3 the neighborhood was attentatlve to on the market. Mr. M. L. Heavrin was in Dundee Several from Hart'fbTd and the both the Monroe girl and Miss GregW. E. ELLIS & BRO. Wednesday and Thursday. rural districts aro expected to hear ory. , There Is much excitement In the STORIES FROM THE Judge andMri7"JonjTB, Wilson the lecture by Mr. Sylvester A. Long were In Owensboro Friday. at tho opera house in Beaver Dam vicinity of the killing, as all the perHISTORY OF AMERICA In the affair Messrs.T. H. Black and E. E. Friday night. The management of sons Involved community. are prom-- Joyous, Birkhcad were in Owensboro Fri- the Beaver Dam Lyceum Club is very inent. in the painful, by sudden and anxious to have a crowded house day. strango transition to tho American OHIO COUNTY COAL IiAND upon this occasion. 1826 Mr. R. HTFordof Owensboro, was SOLD TO DELEWARE FIRM people, was the Fourth of July, Erucm wuson, who has been Mr. tho anniverslty of the first the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Ford In Hartford .fof the last three years of our national Independence last wqek-enCounty Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp Carieyvllle, was as local superintendent for Bond received four deeds through the mall and. as It proved to be, the day on Dr. N. Barnett, of Bros., will" leave with, bis family tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. AVM. Bar- Monday for Greenville, where ho will yesterday conveying a large amount which the two chief founders ot the one part of last week. nett tho latter In Ohio county to republic passed away. This Is serve interests ot his firm. Since ot the coal rightsCompany, a corpor- ot the most remarkable concldences NOTicESelTEck Rlalfor garden comingthe Beaver Coal here Mr. and Mrs. Wilson the In tho history breaking and general hauling. Prices have made many friends who regret ation organized under the laws of that has ever occured guaranteed. 38t4 their leaving. Deleware. Tho deeds were as fol- of nations. right, satisfaction It was the fiftieth anniversary of lows: Try Elllikllling Company'n Blue and great Friends here" regret very'much to Ono from I. P. Barnard, of Lou- American independence evRibbon 'Flour and get coupon in learn ot tho death of Mrs. E. M. lsvlllo, for npprpxlmatoly 7.200 acres preparations had been made in all ery sack entitling you to aluminum Crowe at Brandenburg last week. celebraof coal rights, and small amount of parts of tho union for the 38tf. Mrs, ware. Crowe was the wife of the Rev. surface; one from the J. B. Speed tion. It was not possible to foresee glorious Mrs. Rowan Hoibrook returned E. M. Crowe, who was for several heirs, several thousand acres coal the bitter outcome of the from LouiBvlllo Monday, where she years pastor ot the local Methodist right, small amount of surface; one occasion. In the personal and public visited her daughter, Miss Mariam church. She died at the ago of sov-en- from tho Williams Coal Company, all career of Thomas, Jefferson and John C. Hoibrook. and leaves four sons-R- ev. Adams there were many points of deeds to the Deleware firm. men Narrows, recently R. Crowe, Edward and Robert Crowe. L. B, Daniel, of We were unable to learn yesterday similarity. Both were learned qualified In County Court, as Admin-istratDistrict Fire Marshal Patterson the Intentions of the Beaver Coal and both able lawyers. Their homes many ot the Hartford company with regard to their new were in widely different sections of of the estate ot B. P. Petty, Inspected buildings yesterday and the report .holdings but It Is thought that work the country, Massachusetts and Virdeceased. ' time of the revMr. Lonnle Maddox, a driver in as sent in to the department at will be begun on a larger scale than ginia, which at the s olution were the largest and most was severely In- Frankfort could not be termed as heretofore. ' the Williams Mines, powerful states and had a lead In the m jured Wednesdoy when a layer of j flattering. Among the buildings that The girl with a, dimple in her political affairs ot the times. he was at stood a creditable Inspection were the slate fell upon him while Both men were .members ot the work lii tbq mine. His injuries are JI Republican building and the Star cheek U not always as sweet as she committee chosen to prepare the Dec- Theatre. Mr. Patterson staged, that may appear, not thought to be serious, f REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Your friends will be here. We invite you to meet them. You are welcome. Make oiir store your shopping place, and remember that Notice. Don't forgot that wo aro to receive tho pooled poultry at Hartford and Beaver Dam, Ky., Wednesday, Some says as how It's the scarcity March 29th, and Thursday, March of sugar, that makes maple syrup so Will receive tho pooled high. 30, 1916. Friday, poultry at Ccntertown, March 31, 191G. It's fairly well established that W. E. ELLIS & BltO., Villa made Infantrymen out of a ' Purchasers. - hundred or more cavalrymen In his 38tl P. JONES, GEORGE raid on Columbus, New Mexico; that L. P. BENNETT, Is considering that all soldiers afoot Committee. are Infantrymen. . There was a time when ono could buy country, kettle-mad- e maple sugar for 20 cents per pound. In theso Doggon war times It's 35 cents. Klser Bill and the rest of 'em any way. You Are Invited to stop in this week and view the charming collection of Ladies' Attire we have on sale, consisting of 'Ladies' Tailored Suits in Checks, Gaberdines and Serges; also dress goods of Ginghams, Percales, Lawns, Tub Silks, Crepes, plain and fancy Silks. Also Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing. Hats, Shoes, Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords. - . It's Just the Time of Year Now to see all the new ideas AREN'T YOU? COMING IN, It Pays to Trade With a House That Saves You Money. IRGb, ..3: 1 CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. laratlon of Independence. Jefferson' was the author of that noblest, proof statesmanship, while duction Adams was its chief parllmentary expositor and triumphant advocate in the "assembly ot the mighty." Mr. Adams retired to domestic life years in 1801, when he was sixty-on- e of age. His was the peace and quiet of the citizen respected and honored The quarter by all his countrymen. of a century Intervening before his death was more or less uneventful For many days before tho memorable fiftieth Fourth of July he had been fast failing, though, in reply to an invitation to participate In the celebration of that day, he wrote a patriotic note, full of the fire" of his best days. Being desired to furnish a toast for tho occasion, Adams gave "Independence Forever!'' He was asked If anything should be added to it. replied, "Not a Ho immediately word!" This toast was drank at the celebration in Quincy about fifty minutes before the, departure of the venerable statesman from earth. On the morning of tho Fourth, which wad ushered in by the ringing of bells and the firing of cannon, he was asked it he knew what day it was. "Oh, yes," he replied, "It Is the glorious Fourth of July God bless it! God bless you. all!" In the course of the day he said. "It is a great and glorious day." The last words ha uttered were "Jefferson survives!" But the spirit of Jefferson had already left his body. When Jefferson retired from the Presidency he went to his beloved Montlcello in Virginia, which for tho years that Intervened before his death, was the mecca where assembled all the great men ot the country. He was more democratic than John Adams, and naturally more sought In a' letter written by Jefferson to Adams In June, 1822, the Virginian said: "It Is very long since I have written to you. My dislocated) wrist Is now become bo stiff that I write slowly and with pain. Yet it Is due to mutual friendship to ask once in a while bow we do? I have ever dreaded doting old a so. I ride dally, but reading is my delight." In his reply to this letter, of which only a few extracts are given, Adams wrote: "Half an hour ago I received and" this moment have heard read for the fourth time the best letter that was written by an Octogenarian. My sight is very dim, hearing good enough, memory poor enough, In wishing for your health and happl-ne- s, I am very, selfish; for I hope for s ' more letters," etc. This correspondence between rival Presidents, was republished in full in Europe, where it excited mucft Though Jefferson commendation. had been some time falling in health, it was not until July 1 that he was confined to his bed. On the third he began to sink. Near the middle ot the night he asked the hour, and oa being told it was 1 o'clock, he expressed much joy as well as the wish to behold the light of that day Independence day. His wish was gratified, and he lived nearly an hour after the noon of the fiftieth anniversary of the Independence of the nation. 1 Hartford Republican. Ill ..8 ... . -- ww We Believe In Being Up -- to -- Date and therefore ss con- duct a first-clatailoring department. We feature the workmanship of ELY. Price half-centu- ry d. after. kCo. i Chicago because there is none better. Leave your measure today. ty or Hub Clothing Co, J,, HARTFORD. KY. ft -- V.K. & ij waft iU . II. . kmah ..... I.M ... IfTWM W Y.M.... ...... ' nnd who are rndu&trldus, ft Stirer U1U 1U1U1U1 JUUi miiuibiuiiv uu;o HIU VON TIRPITZ HAS " FARM DEPARTMENT means of a comfortable living than today. After a short exchango of letters many otlic Walks of is offered in RESIGNED POST with the Immigration department, life. Bolek went with tho writer from Kentucky Farmers Own Flno Herds Cleveland, Ohio, to Plains, Kan. A Poultry Pointers. of Swlnc. quarter section of good level land Don't fall to provide "windbreaks was selected about a mllo nnd a halt DESIRED NAVAL HATTLE KAISJt Is hard to estimate the value of crop of pork that Ken- for cold north winds. ER OBJECTED AND EESKJ. the annual from town, for which Bolek paid NATION FOLLOWED. tucky would produce If It were not Don't fall to provide some green down $500. Tho same day two town y for cholera. This state Is admlrab-J- stuff for winter feed. lots wcro bought near n plnco where adapted to swine raising nnd ns There Is nothing you can do In ono new brick public school was under Kentucky has many of the beat day that will stlmulato tho hens a it Is. London, March 18. A wireless For these two lots construction. jierds of swlno of the various breeds, moro than to clean tho houso and tho first payment was $1G. dispatch from Romo says tho retireJo be found any where In the cou- supply It with fresh litter. ment of Admiral Tlrpltz as German Wife nnd Daughter Arrive. nty Don't keep hens that lay but two minister of marine was occasioned Swlno Breeders of three months In the year. .After a barn was built and a well by his Tho Kentucky intention to attack Groat BritAesoclatlon, an old substantial or Don't keep doping for prevention dt tiled, Mrs. Bablcki, with her little ain with tho entire German navy. daughter and Paul, arrived from This plan was vetoed, according to ganization, will hold Its annual con- of disease. Cleveland and joined Bolok at Plains. theso advices, by Emperor William at tho Agricultural College Don't allow dark and Insufficienttention "at Lexington, January 6, 1D1G. Some ly lighted henhouses. Tho beginning of their now llfo In and Prince Henry. Don't forget that you can hatch tho new vast plains country was adJive topics of Interest to swlno raisOnly Serious Crisis. venturous, thrilling nnd full of uners will bo opened for general dis- both early and late. Berlin, March 17. The Cologno certainty. A tiny house was built cussion. Don't keep foul, dirty, which, with barn and well, cost them Gazette says that resignation of Adpoultry houses and nests. signalized tho first Upon placing a malo with hens $500. For the remaining $400 four miral Von Tlrpltz of Alfalfa Increasing In Production malo with horses and two walking plows were serious crisis In Germany since the Kentucky. which have not had a In beginning of tho war, whereas The production of alfalfa In Ken them, tho eggs becomo fertile In purchased. The first year 90 acres were sown hostile countries there have been fortllo tucky has probably more than dou about three days and remain several reorganizations of ministers. bled In tho past two years ana is in- for fifteen to twenty days after tho to wheat and 140 acres to rollomalze. The Gazette says tho Admiral's renow so male has been removed. Part of the land was rented from creasing rapidly. There are does not signify abandon many of Kentucky's beat .farmers If tho eggs are Infertile, tho birds Mr. John Colllngwood, a big land tirement learning Its should be examined. Collections of owner nt Plains, on crop chares. In ment of tho submarine campaign, growing alfalfa and which, as is shown by news dispatchvalue as a feed for all kinds of live louse eggs on the base of feathers or the meantime Mrs. Bablcki was do- es of the last few weeks in regard to mot and the accumulation of droppings on the ing washing and housework for peostock that last January they submarine activity, Is In full swing. formed a State association of alfal- feathers about tho vent often pre- ple at Plains, where sho was making It is not yet known publicly, tho proper communication be- about $10 per week. Her services vent tho fa growers. Gazette continues, whether or to were very much In demand, for she The association had Its second tween male and female. what extent the admiral's resignaAn 80 per cent fertility and 80 wns an expert In her work. ineetlng January 4, at tho Agriculturtion was connected with the submaFor the money she earned a cow, al College In Lexington. All kinds per cent of the fertile eggs hatching rine question, but there appear InIs considered a reasonable hatch. a small flock of chickens and two Of questions regarding production, Poland-Chin- a hogs were bought. cident signs In the press, tho Relsch-sta- g use and marketing of alfalfa were This means G4 chicks out of 100 eggs and tho Prussian Chamber, that discussed, and many Interested per- set, or about 10 chicks out of a set- Milk and eggs helped a great deal an effort Is being made to bring pubgrocery bills smaller. to mako their sons were in attendance at this meet ting of 15 eggs. Tho first year of their new venture lic opinion to tho vlow that submaeggs are to be held before If the ing. rines should not be used to such an setting, they should be kept at a tem- was more than a failure it was extent and in such a manner as is from 40 to 60 degrees practically a disaster. UnfortunateEvery Housewife Can Make Fireless perature of necessitated by war, which Is only and should bo kept covered so the al ly It happened to be a very dry year another namo Cooker. for a means of suband all crops were lost. The new not evaporate. Why you want a fireless cooker: bumen will duing tho enemies of the nation by cliOne capon will raise four or five settlers were not acquainted with It saves coal or wood. It makes newspaper argues that A matic conditions of the country. In force. The many foods better. It economizes broods of chicks in one season. such an attempt to bring the presgood way to teach a capon to mother the second year Mrs. Bablcki had 170 sure of public opinion to the time of the farm wife. bear upon a coop hens and five cows, from which she C0St. Less than a dollar Includ- chicks Is to place him in Germany's methods of conducting eving cost of the box, but not the about 2 feet square and 3 feet high had about $7 or regular income the war does not harmonize with with no perch In It. This will com- ery week, selling eggs and butter at German military traditions. trunk. Materials Needed. Old trunk or pel the capon to roost on the floor. Plains. by This argument is The second year about $5,500 was long diversion Into supported histo-a fcpx, sawdust, lard cans, asbestos pa- The coop should be kept dark and the present Living cost practicper, tobacco cotton, tacks, wrapping the capon handled often to make realize in cash. ry of France, Italy and Russia to him gentle. After dark put one or ally nothing. All vegetables, meat, prove that public opinion drives the paper. gotten from eggs, butter, etc., were How to make it. Line trunk, top two chicks under him and leave them military authorities Into disastrous and bottomor box, with three layers until morning, when he will usually the farm. strategy. ( The third year 400 acres were tacking be found scolding and hovering the s fc Of heavy wrapping paper, fellows the same as a hen. If sown to wheat and 100 acres to bareach laver securely to the trunk little HOY 10 IEARS OLD IS the edges and in the corner. This ex- the capon acts as though he was In ley, mllo muize, kaflr, sorghum cane SLAIN 1JV OFFICER does not exactly like It, and Sudan grass, and the harvest was doubt and cludes the air. bushagain 6,062 of Put a layer of sawdust over the take the chicks away and try second els of bushels 1,255wheat, 1,700 barley Irvine, Ky., March 18. Jesse bushels of kaflr, the second night. By the bottom, six to eight inches deep. Vaughn, 19, was shot and almost GO tons of feed and hay. Cover the lard cans (20 to 50 morning the most obstinate will be and killed tonight by Town MarHave Plenty of Feed. clucking and ready to fight for the pounds, depending on the size of fam shal Robert Phllpot, who had gone Six thousand dollars was realizAfter they have learned to lw tnr TirtHnh tho pnnkfnp Is to he brood. to arrest him. Phllpot claims that done) and their topa with aBbestos, I take chicks the number may be in- - ed from wheat alone. Barley and. all Vaughn fired first. Vaughn made .. yet. Bolek and feedstuff Is not sold uiuuc-u.pasting on same wun a paste maae statement.) Paul at present have plenty of feed no (Asbestos paper . Oft flour and water. years. is the white material put around fur- - Laborers In Factory Becomo Rich to last them for about three Mrs. Bablcki, In addition to keepFarmers. Dace and steam pipes.) ing a large flock of chickens nnd atI cans are then placed in tno The Tllla ia the story oI two poor lm- - tending to cows, helps her husband frunk six inches apart and with at migrant8 who became well-to-d- o For Infants and Children great She least four inches on every side and farmers. About six years ago, Paul also' in the fields a Is deal. coma very recently said that It In Use For Over Years Mil the spaces filled with sawdust, and Bolek Bablcki (pronounced mon thing for her to prepare about Always bears packed. tigbtty of the same name but not the Three layers of the heavy paper even distantly related Just chums sixteen acres of land for wheat in a Signature of day. over the top of the saware placed -- came over from Russia on lite The second year a new substantial dust, holes being cut the size of tho 6ame shlp In cieveland they secur arounu me ed employment in the same factory, and spacious living house was built, GREATLY INCREASED IS cans. This is tacKca a big chicken house and 'three new edges securely. midst new and strange surroundings. barns. Rows of cottonwood, honINCOME TAX IN U. S. two pillows, If you have two JIake Bolek earned ?1.75 every working ey locust, peach, apple and plum cans, two Inches larger on every day, which then seemed to him quite Washington, March 18. Income side than the can, fill with sawdust. a big salary. He soon found out that trees were planted, with raspberries tax placed in the United States and grapes. Use. In cooking, bring the food lifo without a mate is rather empty, Last fall 700 acres were planted treasury this year approximately to the boiling point on the stove, us- - s0 he marrjed a flaxen-hairehust-Jn- g to wheat. The land was cultivated $100,000,000, or $15,000,000 more a utensil with a closely fitting Ung Lithuanian maiden. Tho hust- Forty-fiv- e acres to ka- than estimated last fall, according to top preieraDiy a uuckci; piaco ii in ling wife showed herself to bo not thoroughly. flr,' mllomalze, sorghum cane and Su- preliminary estimates compiled tothe cooker and place the top on the only a good companion to Bolek, but day by tho internal revenue bureau. can and tho pillow over it and closo also had earning capacity. She kept dan grass. If this year should be as Tho returns last year were $80,000,-00- 0 good as the two previous years, Bathe trunk. It takes almost twice as boarders and managed to earn some and the new figure is a record. long for tho food to cook as on the extra money by doing outside house- blcki expects to realize about $14,- - The estimates are based on tele000. stove. work In her spare time. During tho second year, In addi- graphic reports from virtually all tho To shorten tho time of cooking. After three years of hard work tion to their purchase, some land was revenue districts. Buy a soapstone radiator of any hard- and still harder economizing, Bolek ware store for fifty cents, heat this and his wife accumulated ?700 in rented. Three hundred and fifty acres were sown to wheat and seven on the stove, place It in the cooker cash. WILL FILL A WANT! ty acres to mllo maize. Tho year your bucket upon it. The and set Meanwhile Paul, their chum, did was better; so was Bolek's farming food will then cook In about the his best, too. By working overtime Since the suspension of the jsame time that It does on the stove. and double shifts once in a while he experience. The second year 4,050 bushels of Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, figures In his managed to raise the wheat were harvested and 100 bushFarm Life Not So Bad. bank book to ?700. The chums had els of mllo maize.' In addition to there lias been quite Farmers sometimes feel that they together $1,400. that, all vegetables for homo use a demand for a weekly Kenhave more things to contend with. Missed Green Fields. were raised In a small garden. About than do people engaged in any other harvest tlmo Paul returned from tucky newspaper that gives consider In these days they business, says tho Kansas Farmer. Cleveland to help Bolek with the all the more important state It Is true that farming docs have themselves very well off, really cap- work. Though they seemed to be many hazards. There Is fire, frost italists. general Wheat and mllo maize brought news, as well as the and floods; hall may come and de- content with their lot in America, dollars was news, crisp editorials, good stroy a crop when it Is ready to har- there was ono thing which marred $4,500. Two. thousand new horses; paid for land and seven insect pests and nu- their simple, unpretentious life; it vest; hoards of stories, timely cartoons and green fields, blue sky, mostly mares were bought. One merous plant diseases are continual- was lack of hundred dollars was realized from illustrations. ly at work, and many other things fresh air and Independence. on hogs. They were born and raised There is no such excellent over which the farmer has no conhis success. But with small farms in the famous Russian trol threaten paper as the FARMERS FREE WANT ADS. All these things, farming is perhaps wheat belt. Tho Inclination to go Twice-a-Wee- k the most staple and substantial bust-pet- s. back to the land grew stronger each Wanted to sell' Somo of tho best day. Once Paul, who, by the way, ' Owensboro Messenger tomatoes, Price $1.00 d It Is commonly reported that 90 was moro versed In literary matters (Edited by Urcy Woodson.) per cent of the merchants fall in than his chum, Bolek, saw In his pa- per dozen. Apply to JOHN ROWE, It comes every Wednesday business. This seems like an ex- per an advertisement, telling about Centertown, Ky. good, cessively high percentage, but we tho opportunities of acquiring and Saturday, (16 pages a seldom hear of a farmer being Bold cheap lands. te City of week or more), and is Ono day about threo years ago, State of Ohio, County. Toledo. I ,. out at sheriff's sale or taking advanJ Lucas tage of the bankruptcy law. There among a pile of letters In various Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he It in every regard. Cheney partner of the Arm of City are few millionaire farmers, but tongues, which come to tho Immigra- senior doing: business In the F. J. of To& Co., MesTry the Twice-a-Wee- k aforesaid, and ledo, County there Is no starvation In the coun- tion department of a railroad from that said nrm and Statethe sum of ONE will pay evconnecand try, and In few Instances does chari- many states and nations, a Russian HUNDRED DOLLARS for each be senger for a year in cured case of Catarrh that cannot ty have to bo resorted to In caring letter was found. It was from Paul ery the use Of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. by tion with the Hartford Repub. .FRANK J. CHENEY. for people living on the farm. Farm- and Bolek Bablcki. That letter was Sworn to before mo and subscribed In ers do not have to lie awake nights the turning point of their life, a fac- tny presence, this 6th day of December, lican. D 1886. worrying about tho next month's tor of marvelous and rapid transfor- A.(Seal) A- - W. GLEA80N. Both papers, one year for Public. rent or tearing that the next time mation from ordinary alien factory ITall's Catarrh Cure Is Notaryinternally taken subscripand in ere is a cut In the working force laborers to prosperous producers, and acts directly upon the blood Bend mu- $1.50. All clubbing system. for of they will lose their jobs. With all useful and respected citizens of the cous surface free. the addressed to testimonials, tions should be F. J. CHENET A CO. Toledo, O. its hazards, farming offers to those rich commonwealth of Kansas and Bold by all Druggists, Tec. Republican, Hartford, Ky. Take Hill's Family Fills for constipation jrho will exercise their intelligence of tho United States. That Is what Olobe-Dcmocr-Ill-ke- pt HOTEL Professional Otto WU1 ROMAN MlNCTO iD.C. iCorAMERKAN 1DCAL5 C.. Martin Attorney at Law Ay4 HARTFORD, KY. practice bis profeuton In Uili and adjoining counties. CommordtJ and Criminal Practice a. Specialty. T.WAOEHTItATTON Cromwell, Ky. OTTOO. 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Thcro aro individ- der of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, term, 1916, rendered at ual and collective graves and most of In tho abovo the Juno tho sum of .cause for dethese havo often been named and $800.00, with Interest at the rate of scribed In tho public prints. Thcro 0 per cent per annum from tho 1st grave, however, to day of January, 1915, until pald.and Is one largo offer for which fow visitors havo been direct- sale by costs herein, I willtho Court public auction at publicaed until lately or slnco tho Houso door In Hartford, on Monday, tion last year of A. C. Qulscnberry's tho 7th day of April, 1910, about ono volumo entitled "Kentucky In tho o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six the following described This grave contains months, "War of 1812." many of tho Kentuck-lan- s property, tho remains of Being a certain tract or parcel of who were killed or massacrccd land in Ohio county, Ky., known as Ralstn. This lot No. 3 In the allotment of the after tho battlo of tho Is a most notablo gravo becauso of lands of Joshua Maddox, situated in Us contents, but also because of tho Ohio county, Ky., on tho waters of Llttlo West Prong of Lewis Creek, several Interments that were given and bounded as follows: In September, to tho bones in It. Beginning' at a stone in line of 1834, Ihoy wcro exhumed from tho lot No, 2 at figure 15; then W. 120 cemetery.Detrolt, and poles to a red beech and two black CHntou-strefigure 16; a corner to No' 4 placed In boxes marked, "Kentucky's oaks, with a lino of sameatN. 40 poles 18, 1813, then stono and small white oak, corgallant dead, January to a ttlvor Raisin, Michigan." They had ner to lot No. 4 at figure 17; then been brought to their Detroit resting with another line of No. 4 west 67 gum and place In August of tho same year poles to a black oak, sweet original tho oak In to their final whito and also one of to lot No. 4 that they were removed corner lines, resting place In Kontucky. They had at figure 7; then with said lino N. been previously burled at Monroe, CO poles to a post oak standing on a Mich., a town which was built on tho rock another original corner at tho letter E; then 187 poles to a larger Blto of tho battlo, where they were poplar another original corner at hurled on July 4, 1813. After the tho letter C, and corner to lot No. 2; Raisin, In which they had then with lino of same S. 100 poles battlo of containing 100 been killed or slaughtered their to the beginning, mineral bodies were left exposed whero they acres, moro or less. soldTho McHenry to right had been tell until men of Col. R. M. John- Coal Co., which land was conveyed son's cavalry, hurrying to another to C. II. Chapman by G. B. L. Madpoint, gave them hasty sepulchre. dox and wife, July 31, 1907, and Still there were others left unburled, which deed Is of record In deed book County Clerk's ofof these massacred Kentucklans, un- 34, pago S4, Ohio 15, 1813, when tho vic- fice til October Second tract. Also another tract torious Kentucklans returning from of land In Ohio county. Ky., boundtho annihilation of Proctor's Eng- ed as follows: Beginning at a gate Wake-lan- d lish array and allles.wcnt to French-tow- n post in south lino of A. C. running creek and on for tho purpose of burying tho west land tho'the Broadway Coal Comwith dead. They could And only slxty-flv- o pany, and A. C. Wakeland's line to skeletons but these.atter having a sweet gum tree, A. C. Wakeland's bleached In tho wilderness for nlno corner; thence N. 48 poles to a 3 poles; E. months were burled with military black gum;67 thenco to a5 walnut and poles thence N. honors. thence east to a two dogwoods; After tho massacre of tho Raisin bridge on the Creek; thence with jTroctor, tho English general, order- the creek on the west side to the ed all Inhabitants of Fronchtown to beginning being all the land owned on the west C. Wakeland by Temovo to Detroit, and they did so, side A. the creek; mineral and coal of and for a tlmo tho place was a deso-lat-o rights reserved and right to work bequest to the bleaching and and mine same and same land conmolderlng Kentucky dead. veyed to Claudo Chapman on April being 7, 1911, by A. C. Wakeland and; were While excavations years ago at Monroe, wife and which deed Is recorded In made forty-Hov- e deed book 39, pago 380, Ohio Counthirty human skulls and many other ty Clork's Office, or sufficient thereof exhumed and tho to produce tho sums of money orderhuman' bone's were conclusion was that theso were tho ed to be made. Tho purchaser will bo required to remains of tho bravo Kentucklans bond with approved security who were buried within a month or executo after pale. by Johnson's Immediately day of March, 1916. two after the battlo This 15th OTTO C. MARTIN, men. Tho suggestion has often been Master Commissioner. mado that theso bones also should 37t3 Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. bo brought to tho stato cemetery to sleep finally beneath tho shadow of MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. tho Battlo monument there as do o comrades and many other their Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. dead, on "Famo's Eternal Camp- Thomas J. Smith, Banking Com'r. et al Plaintiffs, ing Ground." vs. S. A. Woodward, et al Defendants. Colds Quickly Relieved. By virtue of a Judgment and order Many people cough and cough in the abovo cause at right of, sale entered 1916, term of, the Ohio from tho beginning of Fall tho February, through to Spring. Others get cold Circuit Court, for the sum of $412.50 rate ot after cold. Toko Dr. King's New with Interest thereon at theJuly, the cent per annum from Discovery and keep It In tho house. 6 per 1915, until paid, and all cost first, "It Is certainly a great medicine and of the above styled action and the keep a bottle of it continually on cost ot thts sale, I will offer for sale I a, band" writes W. C. Jesseman, Fran-conl- at the Court House door in Hartford, bidder on N. H. Money back Is not sat- to tho highest and bestApril, 1916, 1 Monday, the 3rd day of helps isfied but It nearly always on a credit of six and twelvo months the following described property or Tct Tiger Cubs. a sufficiency thereof to make the ono morn- Bald sums of money, a certain tract While I was but early ing, tracking o heard of bison, writes or parcel of land lying and being In Ohio County, Kentucky, and boundMr. Stanley Coxon In his book, "And ed as follows: Reminds Mo." wo camo across That Beginning at a black gum and two a Gond who had Just succeeded In dogwoods, T. M. Hamilton's"1 Southrobbing a tigress of her two cubs. west corner; thence South 10 E. 92 S. A. They were tho sweetest little things poles to a forked beech, to with Woodward'o corner; thence imaginable. Wo mado tho wild man's Barbour's old line North 80 E. 138 fortuno by giving him twenty-fiv-e poles to a beech and whlto oak rupees, and at tho samo tlm6 con- stump; thence 62 poles to a stone, with his cluded ono of tho best bargains I Hamilton's corner; thenco beginning, lino West 152 poles to tho over tuudo. containing 69 ncres, moro or less. g Tho cubs mado a never-endinBeing tho samo land Inherited by S. sourco of enjoyment, and ono of tho A. Woodward and Minnie L. Woodslght3 of Chanda was to seo tho dep- ward and In part convoyod to them A. Webb Robert Webb uty commission going out for his by Anna recorded anddeed book 20, In accompanied by by deed early morning rido pago 150, Ohio County Court Clerk's tihis pack of hounds and his two office. Tho purchaser will bo required to gers. They would scamper along road', playing with tho dogs Just executo bond with good and sufficient tho security immediately after tho sale. as far as they liked, which was nover This March 6th, 1916. then thoy would turn very far, and OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner. 36t3 and trot back homo. G. II. Cary, Attorney. In tho Chanda compouud wo had a monkey chained to a polo, and thcro COMMISSIONER'S SALE. was an amusing half hour each morn- y. MASTER tho mon-koing when tho cubs stalked Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Tho monkey Invariably enterLite Insurance Co., eyes Plaintiff, ed Into tho gamo. Keeping bis vs. fixed on some distant object and J. Tlchenor, Defendant. scratching his ear vigorously, ho S. By virtuo of a Judgment and order would look as It such a thing aB a of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, tiger had never existed. Then, as rendered at tho February Term, up tho 1916, In the abovo cause for tho sum one of the cubs mado a sprang, light- of $1,200.00 with Interest at the polo he would go like a flash of of was wonder- rate day6 per cent per annum from the r ning. While paid, 6th prey.tho and the of October, isx, until further sum ot $1,200,00 ing what had become of his monkey would como down only on with 6 per cent interest per annum huge piece from the 6th day ot October, 1914, the cub's back, blto out a paid, and the further sum ot scramble up again with until of fluff, and Sl.200.00 with like interest irom a squeal of delight. the 6th day of October, 1914,- - until compaid, and the further sum of '$1,200.-0- 0 There was distress In thego; but with like interest from the. 6th in the pound when the cubs had to to-w- lt: et 2-no-bl, Intcr-Southeru the-tige- when I found them playfully testing my legs with their teeth, I decided that discretion must overrule friendship. At tho ago of eight months I sold them to a firm In Bombay for ono thousand rupees. Youth's Companion. day of October, 1914, until paid and $62.07, with Interest at the rate of tho further sum of $1,200.00 with 6 per cent per annum from tho 2nd like Interest from tho Cth day of day of January, 1915, until paid, and October, 1914, until paid and all tho further sum of $ with like day of cost herein, I will offer for sale by interest from tho public auction to the highest and best 191 , subject to tho following credbidder at tho Court House door In its: None, and all costs herein, I Hartford, on Monday, tho 3rd day of will offer for salo by Public Auction April, 1916, about 1 o'clock p. ra., at tho Court House door in Hartford, upon a credit of 6, 12 and 18 months, on Monday, tho 3rd day of April, 1916, about ono o'clock p. m upon tho following described property: Two tracts or lots of land In Mc- a credit of threo months, tho followHenry, Ohio county, Ky., with all tho ing described property, Ono black mare, 13 years old; ono appurtenances thereto belonging, bay maro, right hind foot white, 10 bounded and described as follows: T.nt No. 1. hoclnnlnc at a nolnt on years oia; ono top buggy, cloth lln ed, or sufficient thereof to produce Howard street, at tho north-ca( buwb ui money oruerea 10 oo boundary lino or tne wctienry uepos-- 1 It Bank and running East 262 feet to I made. Tho purchaser will bo required to a stone; thenco South 158 feet to a stake; thenco West 165 feet to a; executo bond with approved security stake; thenco Soutn 17 reel to a iiuiucuiaieiy aucr saie. This 6th day of March, 1916. stake; thenco West 35 feet to n OTTO C. MARTIN, stake: thenco South 28 feet to a' Master Commissioner, stake: thenco West 130 feet to Malut I 36t3 Ernest Woodward, Attorney, street: thence North with Main street 128 feet: thence East with the lino of the McHenry Deposit Bank 75 feet MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. to the beginning on Howard street, being a portion of tho land conveyed Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. to S. J. Tichenor and E. B. Tlchenor J. H. Rldgeway, Plaintiff, 1904, by E. F. on March tho 22nd, vs. Render, which deed is of record In C. M. Barnett, Admr., et al., DefendCoundeed book 35, folio 342, Ohio ants. ty Court Clerk's Office. By virtue Judgment and order McHenry, of sale of of a Ohio Circuit Court, Lot No. 2. A lot in the fol-loOhio county, K., and bounded as rendered at the February Term, 1916, In tho above cause for the sum Beginning at a stake on Howard of $446.01, with interest at tho rato street, running South 75 feet; thenso of 6 per cent per annum ,rom tho West 40 feet: tiience north 75 foot; 5th day ot October, 1916, until paid, then:o east 40 feet to the beginning. and the further sum of $ with Celng a portion of the land deeded to like interest from tho day of S. Jt Tlchonnr by E. F. Render aud 191 , subject to the following credwife. March 9th, 1902, recorded in its: None, and all costs herein, I will deed book 24, page 251, Ohio Coun- offer for sale by Public Auction at the ty Court Clerk's office, or a sufficien- Court House door in Hartford, on cy thereof to produce tho sums cf Monday, the 3rd day of April, 1916, money ordered to be made. about ono o'clock p. m., upon a The purchaser will bo required to credit of three months, tho following with approved security described property, execute bond t: immediately after sale and a lien An undivided Interest in the as further security. following described land: will be retained This 6th day of March, 1916. Beginning at a stake with an ash OTTO C. MARTIN, pointer corner to John King; thence Commissioner. Master 36t3 N. 83 E.- 36.60 gunter chains to an H. P. Taylor, Attorney. oak stump; thence with J. V. Dod-son- 's lino N. 80 E. 11.94 chains to MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. a rock, corner to said Dodson In J. King's line; thence with his line N. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. 9 W. 19.25 chains to a stako or stone Mary Render, Plaintiff, In Dodson's line and southeast corvs. ner ot A. L. and Katie Mayfield's J. H. Napier and Mary Napier, De- tract; thenco with the south lino Of fendants. samo S. 83 W. 47.67 chains to their By virtuo of a Judgment and order southwesf corner, a stake or stone in of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, the center ot tho road; thence with at tho February Term, said road S. 9 E. 24.25 chains to the rendered 1916, In the above cause for the sum beginning. Containing 107 acres, of $33.00, with Interest at the rate more or less, but out of which is exof 6 per cent per annum from the cepted and not conveyed a certain 13th day of March, 1914, until- - paid, two acre tract conveyed out of the with southwest corner of the above bounand the further sum of $ day of dary by Ell Dodson to John T. King, like interest from tho , subject to the following by deed dated January 3, 1895, and 191 credits: None, and all costs herein, of record In the Ohio County Clerk's I will offer for salo by Public Auction office In deed book 15, page 42, and at the Court House door In Hartford, except also about one acre used as on Monday, the 3rd day of April, a burying ground marked and en1916, about ono o'clock p. m., upon closed by a fence and a right of way a credit of six months, tho following to same, leaving 104 acres, more described property, or less, In which the parties ot the parcel of land ly- first part convey all their Interest. A certain lot or ing near Echols, Ohio county, Ken- The' same belrig the remainder of tucky, being same lot conveyed to J. the tract ot land conveyed to the said P. Porter and wife to J. H. Napier Julia A. Mayfleld by Roy P. Stateler on tho 28th day of April, 1913, and and wife, by the deed above set out, recorded in deed book 46, page 11, left' after conveying out of it the 40 Ohio County Court Clerk's office, or acre' tract, to the said A. L. and Kasufficient thereof to produce the sums tie Mayfleld as above stated. of money ordered to be made. Being a part ot the land sold and The purchaser will bo required to conveyed to decedent by Roy P. execute bond with approved security Stateler on November 13, 1908, and Immediately after sale. which deed is of record In deed book This 6th day of March, 1916. 36, page 133, Ohio County Court OTTO C. MARTIN, Clerk's office, or sufficient thereof to Master Commissioner. 36t3 produce the sums of money ordered Heavrln & Kirk, Attorneys. to be made. The purchaser will be required to MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE, execute bond with approved security Immediately after sale. This 6th day of March, 1916. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. OTTO C. MARTIN, Dan T. Wilson, Plaintiff, Master Commissioner. 36t3 vs. Heavrln & Kirk. Attorneys. C. 8. Moxley. et al., Defendants. By virtue ot a Judgment and order of sale of tho onto circuit uouri, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. rendered at tho February Term, 1916. in the above cause for the sum Ohio Clrcutt Court, Kentucky. of $57.00, with interest at the rate Christian Starner, &c, Plaintiffs, ot 6 per cent per annum from the vs. Sale. 24th day ot April, 1914, until paid, Mary E. Summey, &c, Defendants. and the further sum ot $60.74 witn By virtue ot a Judgment and order like Interest from the 24th day of of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court renApril, 1914, subject to the follow- dered at the February term, 1916, ing credits: $8.00 paid on $57.00 in tho above styled action, for the note on August 24th, 1914, and all purpose of a division and the allotcosts herein, I will offer for salo by ting of dower interest to the defendPublic Auction at the Court Houso ant,' Mary E. Bennett, I will offer for door in Hartford, on Monday, tho sale by public auction at the Court 3rd day of April, 1916, about one Houso door in Hartford, Ohio Couno'clock n. m.. upon a credit ot six ty, Kentucky, on Monday, the 3rd and twelvo months, the following de day of April, 1916, between the scribed property, hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., upon First Tract. Beginning at a stono a credit ot six months, tho following boundary line of tho described property, in the N. W. Baptist Church lot; thenco running A lot or parcel ot ground located a north course with Church street on the waters of Green River in Ohio 346 feet to a stono on the South side county, Kentucky, and bounded as of the public or county road, leading follows: from Hartford, Ky., to Loltchfleld, Beginning at a stono corner to Lot Ky.: thence with said road an east No. 1; thenco with river N. 61 E. course sixty feet to a stone; thenco 19 poles to a stone, corner to lot turning and running parallel with No. 3; thenco S. 63 272 poles to a first lino 240 feet to a stone; stone? thence S. 31 W. 50 poles to thenco a southwest courso 31 feet a stono, corner to lot No. 1; thence to a stone; thenco turning moro N. 46 W. 286 poles to tho begin27 feet, passing the N. E. ning, containing about fifty-nin- e corner of Church lot, the same course acres. of tho line of tho Church lot, 21 feet, Tho purchaser will be required to to tho beginning, containing 19,499 executo bond with good and sufficient square feot, moro or less. surety, bearing interest from date ot Second Tract. Beginning at a salo a,t the rate of 6 per lent per andouble black oak pole, Payton's cor- num, and a lien will be retained upner; thence a south course 184 .feot on the said tract of land as further to a stone; thence an east courso 230 security. feot to a stono; thenco a north This, tho 6th day of March. 1916. course 262 feet to a stone In OTTO C. MARTIN. line 36t3 lino; thence with said Master Commissioner. beginning .contain151 feet to tho Walker Wilklns, Attorney. suffing ono aero, more or less, or icient thereof to produce the sums ot Real Estate For Sale. money ordered to bo made. We havo listed with us one dwellThe purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security ing house In Hartford; including lot Immediately after sale. and garden, 5 neat and well kept This 6th day of March, 1916. rooms, hall and all necessary out OTTO C. MARTIN, buildings. Water in houso and on Master Commissioner. 36t3 lawn. Everything in first class reErnest Woodward, Attorney. pair. Just tho place for the man who MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. has spent his useful days on the farm and wants to move to town. Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. Just the place tor anyone who E. P. Barnos & Brother, Plaintiffs, a home in Hartford. Goes for vs. $350 less than cost, yet everything Loney. et al., Defendants. L. B. By virtue of a Judgment and order practically new. 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U..,.. ... i,;.,..,i.'.i ', HA ' CALLS 0WENSB0R0 AN ROYAL BAKING POWDER Purm Absolutely ment admits Us error, and says 'that January arrests wero fewer by half, and that moro shoes, clothing nnd mer- OVERGROWN VILLAGE groceries wero sold by Scattlo previous month, CLOVERPORT PAPER REJOICES IN LETTER SENT 11Y PRESIDENT HUDSON. chants during January than In any Stnto chairman, S. W. Hager, Is slated for Slaughter at tho Democratic Stato convention. AttentionFarmers! Wo quoto you carload prices on Drain Tile. Noto Prices as follows: 25o per rod, weight 140 lbs. to rod 4 Inch, 35c por rod, wolght 192 lbs. to rod 5 inch, ,....45c per rod, wolght 221 lbs. to rod 0 Inch, 3 76$ por rod, wolght 312 lbs. to rod 8 Inch, If you will wrlto us, giving your railroad station, wo will toll you what tho freight per rod Will be. Wo will secure tho lowest possible freight rate. Let us flguro out tho cost of a carload for yau, delivered at your depot. Wrlto us a postal card, and our prlco will como to you by first ' mall. it No Alum WILL PAY EXPENSES No Phosphate h. Casas Orandcs with CoOF CITIZEN SOLDIERS connecting Unless communication Is lumbus. resumed soon Gen. Funston will bo PROMINENT CITIZENS ANXIOUS TO SEND YOUNG MEN TO TRAINING CAMPS. night due to the breaking of the Held headwireless at Gen. Persuings quarters and tho cutting of tho wire New York, March 22. Prominent niHrona in different Darts of tho country have written to Major General Leonard Wood offering to pay the expenses of ono or more young men who may wish to attend the military training camps at Plattsburg next summer, but are financially unable to take advantago of tho opporn woman said tunity. One she would pay the expenses of eight deserving young men. "I want to state," said Gen. Wood today, "that in no case will it ever be made' known who the man Is who France. In efforts to flank Ver benefits by tho generosity of these dun on the west, the Germans, after These public- - penetrating the Malancourt and Avo patriotic citizens. Ii1maa iuiuuii.. ifi -- .1 uiuzBua tfnlnntAnro1 tfl fAII I court woods, have begun heavy uum-d"spirueu this service to tho country with- - bardment of Esnes and Hill 304. So uuiuum great has been' tne counter onensive out any solicitation. necessary to pay for one month's ( that tlie Germans failed to launch ..-- .. -f.nlnlnn nvorfltroa fllimit S4K A TTl&n. uu Imiuuujr itltAnlr UUUia """""b ...wo"" ho wished to corGen. Wood said rect an Impression that the camps Russian Front. Lively fighting are limited to college .or . university has continued west of Jacobstadt . . . ji nvlnsk men. Applicants lor admission neeu ; ..Inn. tho nvlnn nnri liotu-pp. VMW . i. i. "luuO nign amj yilna, with the Russians general only the equivalent of a good school educatlon.s."Tnere win do ly on the offensive. no social distinctions In these camps," added Gen. Wood. Austro-ItallaAustro Hungarian Although the first of -- the Platts- aviators made a successful night at- burg camps will not open for more tack upon the port and barracks of than ten weeks, 1,992 men under Avlona, Albania. forty-fou- r years of age already have Princeton leads the been enrolled. Thursday colleges In the number of enrollMexico. Reliable reports received expectments. Gen. Wood said ho on the border Indicate that Gen. ed Princeton would send between Louis Herrera, with 3,000 men, has 400 and 500 men. revolted at Chihuahua and taken the field to Join the Villa bandits. Dis patches at ColumbU3 indicated that LATEST WAR NEWS the former de facto forces are moving northward toward the American nunltive expedition. The news of the reported mutiny Tuesday. rdvfjw Thnt Vllln Tnnv lio tnrp(A was received with grave apprehen- n M,f tho Amorinnn trnnns within slon by the officials along the border Department twenty-fou- r hours was indicated by and in Washington. reports from Gen. Pershing io Gen. officials in the capital believe that if pnn.tnn thM Hi fficHHvn hnti hoAn the renort proves true other Carran- defeated near Cruces by Mexican za leaders will be quick to Join tho winrn, nn.t to 111 hotro n TrinvA nnrth. OUtlaW band. President Wilson and Secretary ward along a road over which Amer- -' Baker were at the White House lean troops are riding southward. In conflict until late last night going over the Retreat Is Impracticable. with Gen. Pershing's report was an dispatches received from the border, unofficial one thafVilla still engaged From indications In Washington it is uf the Carranza men at Cruces. Skep- - oeuevea mat tuo 4iim f MaTimn'.n.nnrAtinn w.ib will soon order strong forces. At min-.- i -- oM.ni ment of Gen. v Pershing's .i t... i. UrUUSGU UJf IUO I ciui ivu tt.iuu.u.i... of many Carranza troops the present time the United States to Juarez men into the from tho pursuit. Three columns of could send 15,000 expedition were moving j.Southern republic without calling the American In the far field, while additional cav- for volunteers. Gen. Bell last night extended tho alry with scouts and supplies cross censorship at El Paso to news dls ed the border at Columbus, N. M. over commercial Six aeroplanes began scouting at tho patches going out fSrnnilpa. Thfi Wires nn annili W - ..- -u AIU.ll, DWU1.4 tt Pnena first column of pursuit mas moving England. Tne famous Galloper southward from Casas Grandes, the south-eas- t, toward El Valle, lightship ,at the mouth of the Thames second toward Car- has been torpedoed and sunk, accordand the third south-eaing to Lloyds. Previously Germans men. The de facto government of Mex- were reported to haye planted mines ico has proposed to the United States In the vicinity. the drafting of a protocol under Fr.uice. Infantry attacks northwhich American and Mexican troops In pursuit of Villa east of Verdun, preceded by a vigormay Gerand his bandits, without danger of ous bombardment, enabled the misunderstanding and conflicts. Such mans to galu a foothold on tho small a pact, it is stated, would be design- hill of Harcourt, outside tho vlllago At other points the ed to Bet forth tho rights of tho of Malancourt. In Mexico and tho Germans were held by the French American forces expected barrier flro. ntiture of the of Carranza. Russln. Tho Russian offensive North-weof Verdun, against the Germans In Northwest rinncc In intensity. tho Germans, after a heavy bombard- Russia has Increased attack, In Fighting Is reported heaviest north of ment, mado an infantry tho Ger which liquid flro was employed, tho town of Postavy, where Tho mans launched violent counter at against tho French front. that French put down tho attack, with tacks and where Berlin claims assaulting forces. tho losses reached "extraordinarily heavy losses to tho Berlin reports tho repulse, also with high figures." heavy losses of tho French who atMurriugo License. tacked tho village of Vaux. Thomas Handley, Hartford, R. 5, allied aero- to Lora Hoover, Hartford, R. 5, Belgium. SIxty-flv- o Charlie Bates, White Run. Ky., to planes bombarded tho nerodomo at Houltade, near Zeobrugge, doing Edith Smith, White Run, Ky. Ky., to Eddlo Morris, Renfrow, considerable damage. NolaJWllson, Renfrow, Ky. J. R. Shrader, Alton, 111., to Sallio Potrograd claims ImporRufchla. tant successes In tho Lake Narocz re- Goodman, Yeaman, Ky. W. B. Brown, Centertown, Ky., to gion and tho capturo of several vilKy. lages; also the capturo of Austrian Annie Lee Taylor, Hartford, In Gallcla. trenches and towns NOTICE. . jjr-- t Pay your Taxes now and aold the Wednesday compenalty. Tjl Mexico. Wire and wireless HOOKER WILLIAMS, expeditionary munication with tho Collector. Interrupted last lorce in Mexico was well-know- forced to depend upon mounted couriers for his news of tho expeditionary force. Two United States army aviators, who started from Columbus Sunday to Join the invading troops, have not reached the American base In Mexico and grave" fears are felt for their anfPtv bv the authorities on the border. Reports from both El Paso and Washington last night stated that the United States soldiers should by this time be In close touch with the Villa bandits, and an engagement Is expected at any time. Latest advices Indicate that the de faco government with the troops are still , Americans. lt ,,, cr J ia t-- ---- 1 n. I "", uci"1'" During tho session of tho legislaOwlne to tho warm fight on be ture Just closed representative Cook, tween Owensboro and Cloverport for of Christian county, displayed an unthe now L H. & St. L. shops, n new usual Interest In tho personal forpublication is out in tho latter cU., tunes of Gov. Stanloy and now Gov. called tho Sentinel. Tho Sentinel, Stanloy has appointed Republican of course, is, strong for Its homo town Representative Cook a member of tho and has for its motto, "Cloverport board of control at a salary of ?2,- first, last and all the time." 500 per. Well In a fecenflssue tho Sentinel cal's n village and Owensboro an All Mexico is snarling at tho presrejoices in a lettor sent Owensboro ence of United States soldiers on . business men by President R. Mexican soil, and friction of a serious Hudson, of tho L., H. & St. L. rail nature is inevitable unices Villa is road. Following Is a completo re captured at an early date. production of tho issue: "Bulletin" There seems to a sort of tacit "R. N. Hudson has written a letter agreement among Ohio county Reto Owensboro, telling thdm there was publicans that Arthur Kirk will bo no chance for them to get tho shops. their nominee for County Attorney "When the Owensboro delegation this year. Mr. Kirk Is a splendid goes to Loulsvlllo to confer with typo ot young manhood, and Is deserPresident Hudson In regard to tho vedly popular both with his party shops they evidently will not tako and tho people. ,r the books of the police department along with them. Tho"Owensboro Messenger says tho "Yet If they want to extoll tho vir- late legislature was tho most disn village It graceful tue ot tho that over assombled at would make interesting facts towards Frankfort, nnd tho Lexington Leader securing the shops. It would show remarks It was tho most disorderly that gambling hells thrive under the and unruly that has been seen In a nose ot the big court house, and decade. keepers of Immoral houses, spit in the face of tho law. Incidentally its for tho A royal row Is staged pages might throw some light on why Democratic Stnto Convention. Tho the stenotype factory pulled up and Stanley machino Is bent on smashing left for Indianapolis from Us pages tho present Loulsvlllo organization. of plain drunks, and disorderly con- Tho duct. By ail means take them forces will lino up with the along. ' ' Let 'em fight. Loulsvtlllans. "One-hal- f of tho employes of the shops either own or, are paying on Charles Bryan Is a candidate for them, the other half are renters, or tho Democratic nomination for Gov; boarders, and the blow would have ernor of Nebraska. Probably tho reto fall on the ones least ablo to give flected glory of brother William will up their homes or follow the "shops llne'of primary deCloverport put him over the or give up their Jobs. fenses, i $jf has no saloons or gambling dens. Its workshop employees are sober, hard lined up Had tho Republicans ing people that enjoy their own gar- solidly against tho president his vote dens, chickens, and pure frqsh milk of confidence on tho McLemore reof their own. They never are em- solution would havo been lost. broiled In any strikes, or mixed up labor unions of any kind, and they Shall wo havo tho'other 119 counhave risen up and said, 'rebuild and ties in Kentucky contribute to road we will stay with you, that our chil- building In Ohio county or continue dren ma,y be free from' the tempta- to wade mud, and .pay taxes to help tion of the city.' billld their roads Is the question to "When you hear a man knocking bo determined by our vote on tho on a town that has furnished his road tax bonds. bread and meat, he's a sniper . "Cloverport has bad not a vacant If tho German attack at Verdun house in 7 years over 30 days, yet now seems probable, there can find scores of 'For Rent' falls, as jou Is little hope loft to Inspire tho Gersigns hanging out down in that old man nation to another offensive-movemedeflated town of Owensboro, the gas on a largo scale. city. a vulture hovering over its "Like Tho average price paid for 18,000,-00- 0 dying victim, Owensboro began her lbs of tobacco on tho Owensboro dirty attempt to ruin her neighbor loose leaf market this season was town. Tho shops will bo rebuilt in per hundred pounds. Cloverport, and Owensboro will bo ?5.37 blotted off the map by her citizens." American munition plants aro ship ping dally to Europe products valued BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. at $2,000,000. (By J. H. Thomas.) over-grow-over-grownt FORDSVILLE PLANING Joke WHiion, MKr. Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. Telephones on FarmsJ 'Y 50c per Month find Up is If there is no telephone on your , T farm write for our free booklet j telling how you may get service at small cost Addrest . FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. BOX 119, OWENSBORO, GROWERS ORGANIZE. KY. getting along nlcely.- - to know ho Is now Interesting Meeting Held at Hillside Schoollioiise In Llvcrmorc. Llvermore, Ky., March 21. An Interesting meeting of tobacco growers In this county was held at tho Hillside schoolhouse and a permanent organization effected by 'the Farmers' Tobacco association. A. C. Wo gladly welcomo our now neighbors, Mr. Sam Shaver and sister, Into our vicinity. Miss Lena Ward spent Saturday night with Mr. W. G. Ward and family. Mrs. Ola Sanderfur, Mrs. Nina Ward and son, Morris, spent last Monday with Mrs. Lon Stevens. ...n.i One' fortunate result of the European war will be the wiping ot the Turkish empire from tho faco of the Earth. ' Our Idea of the collosal ludicrous is the spectacle of ten thousand sol diers chasing Villa's handful of ban .- . dits. Gov. Stanley expresses his regret bill that the Senate redisricting to pass. Well, there Is a rea failed son for Ufa respect. st st And It was three years of watchful wnitlncr for tho Mexican bandlta to There Is ono strong featuro about continue tho slaughter of American politics, and that is that tho party citizens. out of power is afraid to expose tho We are heartily In favor ot put meanest cussedness of tho party In ting Col. Roosevelt in personal charge power lest It offend a lot ot kindred of that Mexican bandit hunt and then cusses in Us own ranks. cutting tho wires between WashingAnother featuro scarcoly less ton a ltd Mexico. strange U that the pious reformers A New York attorney drew n re distract tho attention ot tho public volver and threatened to shoot his while tho grafters rlflo Us pockets. wife. Tho wifo drew another revolvAnd a strange thing about theso er and shot her husband dead. This incident is respectfully referred to Beads will bo that tho noxt string thoso who arguo that preparedness will not havo a lino about politics. -- t preserves tho peace. ' COURT OF APPEALS DECIDE ON TWO OHIO COUNTY CASES In a letter to a Now York paper Roosevcjt describes tho qualities Col. The Court ot Appeals dealt with o tho man the Republicans should Is pretty two vordlcts rendered In this county nomlnato for president. It clear whom ho has In mind, and In favor of coal minors last week. 0 Don Miller's admr. received we'll be darned It wo aro so sure ho against the Taylor Coal Co. for hosen't picked tho right man. injuries suffered when a mulo ran Somo fine day soon tho German away, but tho Court of Appeals orderfleet, conveyed by a host of subma- ed a new trial becauso Miller's docInrines In tho sea below and with the tors gave their "conclusions" zeppelins in tho stead ot their "opinion," a difference sun darkened with air above, will come out to challenge not very clear to tho mere layman. Shelby Robinson had a hand manEngland's dominion of tho sea. gled becauso of tho alleged misconSeattle Washington, a city of 300,-00- 0 duct of another mine mule In Echols 3,000 population closed Us saloons mines and the verdict for Times thut! bit- rendered In his favor against the Jan. 1. Tho Seattle terly fought the prohibition move McIIeury Coal Co. was afllrmedv ?2,-00- Athorton, chairman of magisterial district No. 3 of McLean county was present and made a very Interesting address on tho progress being made by the new organization. He said that the pooling pledges aro W. J. Bryan has announced his being investigated. It is the genercandidacy for delegate to tho St. al opinion ot the farmers throughout Louis convention. Wo slncerly hopo the entire district that tho 1915 crop ho wins. ought to be pooled. Future meetings will 'bo held ht an, early date. Liko the kick or Mrs. O'Leary's cow burning a great city or tho cacklo ot geeso saving Rome. Who FOR FLETCHER'S knows but that the bandit Villa's raid! on Columbai may not vastly extend the boundary lines ot these NOCREEK. United States. March 22. Tho farmers In this News ot tho passage of tho Sunday vicinity are very much delayed In closing law hasn't reached Newport" their spring work, on account of tho winter weather. and Covington yet. Children Ory For Sale Real Estate! y Good. Residence. Ono ot the best constructed dwelling houses in Hartford, including garden and outbuildings. Excellent repair. Water In houso. Owner moving to other property. The sale price of this house and lot is $350 Sunday school was organized Sun- less than original cost. Call on or day with Mr. George Johnson Supt. wrlto us for further particulars. and Miss Dena Rial secretary. Every . Good Fnrm. body como and bring your friends o Wo havo this week listed a with you. farm, 4 miles cast of Beaver Rev. Harper will fill his regular appointment at this place tho first Dam, for sale, Hill and bottom land, 100-acr- CASTORI A o'clock, a. m., and 7 Sunday, o'clock p. in. His text in the evening bolng tho "Resurrection of Christ." Mrs. Terry Crane, who has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Barnard for th6 past several days returned to her homo at Providence, Monday. Mrs. S. E. Bennett, ot Hartford spent from Friday until Monday with Mr. Wllllo O. Ward and family. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Ward visited Mrs. Hannah Park, of Daviess county, this week. Miss Marllssa Foster visited Misses Irono and Clarice Ward Sunday atIl miles from Green Rlvor, 1V6 miles from 2 churches, 1 mllo from school, two story dwelling. Owner will not sell unless taken boforo crop season. Call or write us for further Informa4, tion.' Let Us Make Your Sale. If you want to sell your real estate, farm or city property Hat It with us. No charges unless salo Is mado. Wo havo Inquiries every day. Landlords and Renters, For a small fee tvo will rent your houso or farm or It you desire to rent wo will help you secure tho place sired. de- night. Mrs. Bertie Rial and sister, Miss Ophelia, visited Mr. George Johnson REMEMIiER NO CHARGES UNLESS DEAL IS PUT OVER and family Sunday. Mr. Pearl Sanderfur visited his Call, write, phono, wire or cable. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sanderfur, Friday night and Saturday. Miss Thelma Bennett visited Misses & BARNETT Mabel and Corlnno Ward Sunday. ' Real Estate Agents, Mr. Alva Kirk, ot Clear Run,, atplace Sunday tended church at this Kentucky. . Mr. Oscar Ward has returned from Republican Office. a Loulsvlllo, where bd underwent . Both Phones. serious operation and we are glad, -- TINSLEY Hartford, Ill) f A