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This is the first bunch of snakes seen In this section this year, Owensboro Inquirer, MORTALLY- WOUNDED WHEN" TREE PINS HIM TO EARTH - XXVIII. must go bnck to HARTFORD, OHIO their COUNTYJ., FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1916. OVER SCORE ARE II. S. MAY USE MEXICAN ROADS CARRANZA CHANTS PERMISSION TO USE RAILROADS FOR SUPPLIES. rooms and change for a drpss In Una with tho COMMISSION FOR censor's vlows. Already soveral students have been remanded to the ROAD DOND FUND dormitory for revision of attire, A strlko threatens among the male students, It Is understood, especially the taller ones. FISCAIi COURT MONDAY NAMES FOUR MEN TO LOOK AFMarries n Policeman. TER EXPENDITURE. MIps Ada Ford. Hartford, Routo 4, and Mr. Elvis Bryant, Cairo, 111., were ation. interested In tho details "and plans for handling the 1916 crop of tobacco .be presont and hear the plans and help .us to 'further tho best Interest of all fobacco growers, for our plans will certainly bring satsfact6ry results" If accepted and put into oper- KILLED IN WRECK COMMERCIAL USE ONLY urday. at quietly married at Faducah last Sat- .Privilege Not Extended to Trnnspor I r tut Ion of Ti lions Will Pay Regular Rates. t. Str-rc- One" or 29. Washlncton. tbo army's most serious problems "n hantlng Villa wc solved today wuen Gen Carranza promptly granted tin ruiowed request ot tho State Depart-. . mo niont for permisfien to use if ,u-ic-an NorthweiUnru 'railroad In carry- HAMLETT DOES NOT CARE TO REPLY TO CHARGES ing, out tho Gen. Carranza received the new request this morning; his nnswer was 'Louisville, Ky., March 25. Barksdale Haralett, former State SuperJn Washington boforo dark. It was Instruction, nntnlned in a brief mesago from intendent of Public whose administration was severely 1 .noMni nirnnt of the .. Ti. tlUUli J saying criticised in a report to John C. United States at Quorctaro, Duffy special assistant attorney gentho head of tho do facto Government commercial use of tho eral, to the governor, made public agreed to tho yesterday morning, arrived In Louline. Officials here assumed ho would equally prompt in notifying his isville yesterday from the mountains .be Officers on the border that Gen. Funs-io- n of Eastern Kentucky, where he has might begin shipment tomorrow. been spending some time since abandoning his contest against Sec Further Negotiations, Although tho army will proceed to "tary of State Lewis, Republican. use tho railroad on a commercial Al luo oeeipucu iusi msm, " oiu critiJjasls. which Is constructed hero as he did not caro to dignity the bo paid cisms aimed at him by Mr. Duffy meaning that nil service shall reply. lor at regular rates, the Stato De- with a with partment will negotiate further Carranza to bring about a more com- ACCIDENT IS FATAL plete understanding as to Just what agreed to, Today's response he has l TO PROMINENT MAN Is regarded as being satlBfuctoryiMn . measure, but it Is not sufficiently do-- 1 finite. It may be, too, that In order ' " to assure the arrival and delivery of W . P. LEACH KILLED WHEN HE 'supplies shipped fo points along the ACCIDENTALLY DtCHARGED line Gen. Funston will desire to place .HIS OWN RIFLE. guards on the trains. War Department officials were' greatly relieved by tho removal of Mr. W. P. Leach, a prominent cittho necessity for maintaining a motor ovor desert roads izen of Ohio county was killed Sattruck supply line urday evenliig about seven o'clock for a distance of moro than 200 mile. or great sto'rin might when a bullet'ironi his own rifle hosA cloudburst ed through him. The accident ocrender the roads Impassablo for a spaco of time, cutting curred at Mr. Leach's home near considerable Crossing when he atoff tho troops from their source of Sanderfur's tempted to take his rltte from .an old border. supplies at the gun rack. It Is thought Secretary Buker issued this state- fashioned Department tonight: that he saw a dog among his sheep ment at the War gun. He took the "Wo have directed Gen. Funston ami went for his for railroad shipment car- rifle from the rack with tho muzzle to tender was discharged goes of supplies, cither directly to our towards hi in and it men or to civilians In Mex- - when the trigger hung on the rack. military entered the left side, near lco. This does not involve any tend The bullet er of munitions for such railroad the heart, and came out tho back a . There was no ono .... it fvntva M10 few Inches lower. the room at the time, but his wife, ot American military guards on use ,..., rushed into the room when she !,. the report aud was first to X to Ge,n. Fusion was Tho order 'it tho Gen- - Pear upon the scene of the tragedy. into to.mv. tinder Mr. Leach was C3 years old at tho i win mnw .noli uhb of the rail- per-- . time of his death and was one of the rnrwin ns tho Mexican authorities six o'clock, p. m. The wedding came as a great surprlio to tho many friends of tho young people. The bride Is tho youngest daughter of Mr. E. W. Ford and was one of tho most popular and charming young ladles of tho Central Drove neighborhood. Tho groom Is a worthy young iman In every respect. He is wen known In Ohio county, where he formerly lived. Ho has been on the police force at Cairo for several and has made that place his home, 1,1.' pu'-srlt- . i,i.., W4B-i- .D. a-- , I ..i.. .ia I dls-'hea- id np-Mf- nopntintions with Gen. Carranza being conducted by the State Department. Whllo tho physical condition of tho Movirnn Xnrtliwestern is not good, many bridges having been destroyed during the years of revolution in Mexico, army engineers should have little difficulty In keeping it open. 11.- .- .. ,n, most prominent men of his section to Mr. P.. B. "0 was a brother-in-laTaylor, of Hartford, and leaves a ' wife, three sons and one daughter w i We also have other Important matters that will come up for consideration, and ono of these will bo the establishing of a grain elevator to 'be located In the city of OwensTWO FROM EACH PARTY boro, and other equally important matters will come before the convenReal cotion for consideration. operation Is working wonders and Jno. II. Bnrnes, W. T. Keown, Rowan' now Is the time for all farmers of Holbrook and W. S. Tlnsley Sethis section of Kentucky to take adlected to Act If Bonds Carry. vantage of the greatvadvantnges that I have been brought within their reach, so'come to this meeting whether you The Ohio County Fiscal Court met aro a member of Equity or not and In adjourned session In the court we wm reason together, and our house here Monday, afternoon and pfans will succeed for the betterment about tho most Important business 0f an tillers of the soil, transacted was the election ot a j Sincerely, g jj. ROBERTSON, Sec, commission to handle the $300,000 goad roads fund If a majority votes Qreen River District Union, A, s. for It In May. Without a dissenting of E. voice the court decided to place this -money, If voted, In the hands of men "GOING! GOING WHAT'S whom they believe more able than HID FOR VILLA'S BODY?" I. themselves to make every dollar do DemoIts work. Jno. H. Barnes, Flfld Headquarters, American Excrat; W. T. Keown, Republican; peditionary "Force, Colonia Dublan, Rowan Holbrook, Democrat; and W. Mex., March 28 (by aeroplane to were ap- Columbus, N. M.). A letter recelv-ed'b- y S. Tlnsley, Republican; pointed on this committee. There Brig. Gen. J. J. Pershing from Is a possibility that two more names a Dyersburg, Tenn., firm. The letter will be added to this commission la- reads: ter. "Gen. Pershing "bean Sir: Is It Two of the men named on the com- possible for us to get the body" of mission are bankers of high standing Villa, If he Is killed? We want to and the other two are men who have hold it by embalming and keeping had experience In handling large it in our undertaking department. sums of money. It Is believed that We will pay a gdod price for his the court made a wise selection, but body. Please let us hear from you there would be no objection to two In regard to the same." more names being added to the list ' If that is making a total of six. done Mr. Alvln Rowe, of the Farm- CENTERTOWN MAN ers Bank, of Centertown, Is sure to be one of them, and his appointment COMMITS SUICIDE would meet with popular approval. The other commissioner would llke- jfcsbe selected from another part of DICK- - ASHBY FOUND SWINGING tho county. TO LIMB BELIEVED MENobject of this session The primary TALLY UNBALANCED. of the court was to 'hear tho report of the survey of the road to be con structed toward Cromwell, but the . engineers not being ready to report When Mr. Thorance House return-othbusiness was considered and t ed with his wife from a short visit disposed of. ThU pike Is badly to one of his neighbors early monday needed but It is feared that unless morning he found his father-in-lathe bonds carry It cannot be extend-- 1 Mr. Dick Aahby swinging to a ed as far as Cromwell at present. If nmu In tho yard of his home, tho bonds carry, however, and It a short rope around his neck and his scums certain that they will, It will .feet touching the ground. He was be one of the first to go down. dead when found and a chair nearby, This session of the Fiscal Court j apparently kicked aside told the story held over until Tuesday with the fol- - 0f the tragedy. Death was due to lowing members present: strangling, owing to the short disJustices Ed. Shown, 'Ben W. Tay- tance of the fall. lor. B.-- F. Rice, Winston Smith, S. Mr. Ashby was about 72 years old W. Leach", S. L. Fulkerson and R. S. and the only cause ascribed for his Tlchenor; County Judge John B. rash act was' temporary Insanity. Wilson; County Attorney C. M. Crowe Soon after tho body was found It was cut down and the remains were preand County Court Clerk W.-C- . pared for burial. Burial took place in the family ELLIS EXONERATED. burying grounds near Centertown Tuesday, afternoon. He leaves a wife Otmisboro Court Holds That No and soveral children. Many other License Necessary. relatives also survive. . r 1 er ( Blan-kenshl- p. - ;. POSITIVELY SHOCKING! I L" T University Puts Censor on .lob Ami j PHoSllNKNT METHODIST Dresses Must C01110 Down. MINISTER PASSES, AWAY Hloomjngton, Ind., March 29. Central City, Ky., March 23. Dr.-R- . Modest males and timid teachers W. Browder, 04, president of the lmvo been "inexpressibly shocked," in the language of tho collego author- board of education of the Methodist ities, by dancing frocks of tho In- church, South, died at his home In this season. Russellvllle this nvornlng at 1 o'clock, diana University They have been cut entirely too low after a long Illness ot complications. from tho chin and too high from tho Dr. Browder wob ono of the mbst prominent ministers in tho Methodground, the Dean of Women says. In lino with tho policy of "Sanity ist church, having been presiding in Attire," tho university faculty has elder In many of tho districts In his established a censorship ot clothes, conference, his last charge being the and Miss Roby Mason, Dean ot Wom- Bowling Green district. Rev. Browen, Is attending all dances and In- der was twice married ahd Is survived by his wife, formerly Miss Sulli specting frocks. Girl students' dresses must come van, ot South Carrollton, a sister ot up to tho mark, the dean declares, Mrs. Sept Taylor, of this city, and by though 6he probably means that they three children, Mrs. George Stewart, must not go beyond It. "The mark" ot Ellzabothtowu, and Georgo Dick appears to be an tmaglnnry lino a Browder and Stephen Rowan Browfew Inches above tho shoetops, but der. Tho funeral and Interment took not too many Inches. Its exact latitude and longitude have not been place Friday afternoon at Russellrylven out for publication. It tho vllle. Ed. Not The Rev. Brpwder was frocks come abovo this imaginary Caplcorn, some distance a brother of County Farm DemonTroplo ot south ot the Equator, the wearers strator Browder, ot Hartford. co-e- demurrer was filed In the case Deuth of Mrs. Sullto Mclntyre. of the city of Owensboro vs. W. E. 8un'M(. Mrs. Sallle J. Mclntyre died at her Funeral services were conducts Ellis & Bro and after duo consider homo at Williams Mines last Sunduy nt Liberty Wednesday afternoon by ation the case was dismissed, as had j afternoon at 1 o'clock. IJer remains .tv. W. C. Frank, assisted by Rev. yen predicted. were taken to Ceralvo Monday and B. W. Napier.' Burial followed In A warrant was sworn, out last week after funeral services conducted by A cliWglng Ellis & Bro with buying the Liberty burying grounds. Rayburn, were Interred In the largo number of friends attended tho poury without a license, tho city (Rev. IPfiriilvn ftnmatnrv )iv Hin nffln fif llftr of funeral and burial; 2!nX,',brr reqU,1r'"B,a !!CenSeggs, ' husband, who preceded her fiearly A I etc. EJUs & Bro., had bought tho pool before going to Owensboro and claimed, that as they wero not operating n business lu that city they should not be required to buy license. After the warrant was sworn out Mr. Ellis decided to test tho law on the question. Had the court decided that a license was necessary to receive poultry on the railroad tracks l'u the future they would have probably received' the pool out side the city limits. four years. Mrs. Mclntyre was well known In Hartford, having lived here several years prfor to the death of her husband, Juines Mclntyre. Tho deceased who was In her 63rd year, leaves surviving" her ono son, John Mclntyro, Ceralvo, and one daughter Miss Minnie Mclntyre, with whom sho lived at Williams Mines. - A. 8. OF E. WILL HOLD MEETING AT OWENSBORO Headquarters Green River District Union A. S. ot E., Calhoun, Ky.: Green River' District Union, A. S. of E., will meet in regular quarterly convention at the court house, in Owensboro, Ky., on Thursday, April Gth at nine o'clock a. in.,' and continue In session till all business Is transacted that should come before ' ' this session. This will be an Important meeting, and we Insist that all who are ' Notice, Farmers! The Ohio 'county Union of the A. S. of E. will meet at Hartford on April Sth at 10 o'clock and the Statq Secretary S. B. Robertson aud others ot the State Board will be with us. So let all 'locals bo represented and all farmers that can, bo present. All those wanting binder twine should put in their order by then, also those wanting salt and fertilizer. Those who have not delivered their poultry should be at this meeting. There will be another poultry delivery for tho pool on April 26th and 26th at Hartford and Beaver ''HENRY M. PIRTLE, Dam.County Sec'y. . - Mr. Lon Kitchens was mortally THREE OF THE FASTEST TRAINS wounded when a tree fell on him yes CRASH ON NEAV YORK CENterday morning near Cromwell. SevTRAL RAILROAD. eral months ago someone had cut tree near whero Mr. Kitchens wa hurt and it fell and lodged in another treo nearby. Yesterday momlflgr BODIES ARE MANGLED Kitchens felled a tree that lodged lathe same tree and In his efforts to" clear the timber that he had cut Most of Victims of Horrible Tragedy dislodged the one cut by the other Were Foreigners and Several man and catching him unaware It Bodies Are Unidentified. pinned him to the earth, mashing hi head and inflicting Internal Injuries. He was 'thought (o be dying yesterCleveland, Ohio, March 29. With day, no hope being held for his retwenty-on- e mangled bodies in morg- covery. ues In Amherst, thirty-seve- n ,- miles west of Cleveland, and twenty-seve- n Mrs. Evnllne Davis Dead. persons seriously injured, some dying Mrs. Evaline Davis died at the resand others severely hurt, In a hos- idence of her son, James T. Davis, pital at Elyrla, rescue parties today near .Sunnydale, early last Saturday were working frantically to recover morning of dropsy and complicamore dead and injured from the tions from which she. had been sufwrecking of three of the New York fering for several months. After Central's fastest and finest trains, 'funeral services conducted by her which were demolished in a double pastor, Rev. Vanhoy, at Marvin's wreck at Amherst at 4 o'clock this Chapel, Saturday afternoon at Z o'clock, herremalns were interred morning. Relief trains have been sent to the In the Sunnydale cemetery by the scene from Cleveland, Elyrla and side of her husband, who preceded her 24 years. other nearby places. The deceased, who had been The three trains In the wreck were of the M. E. Church, South, two sections of train 86, eastbound Chlcago-to-Buffaflyer, and the for more than 50 years, leaves sur6 daughters and Twentieth Century Limited, pride of viving. 9 children 3 sons 39 grandchildren and 3 the New York Central. two brothers In Heavy Fog. The second section of the Chicago-Buffal- o Messrs. T. W. and W. H. Acton, and flyer crashed into the first a host of other relatives and friends. section In a heavy fog when the first She was seventy years and nine days section stopped to take water. The old. Twentieth Century, westbound, plowed through the wreckage ot train 86, which had been hurled to the west- PITTSBURGH HAS bound track, before flagmen could be sent to stop It. FIRST 1916 FLOOI Train No. 86 was due at Cleveland at 4:05 a. m. Most of tlm dead were In the rear coachelW the Urs'tsScHonof the Chi-- ! ALLEGHENEY AND MONONGAHE- iA 1'ASS U.iAUtSK SiAUtl AHV .flyer. CONTINUE TO RISE. Some dead were found In the rear coaches of the second section of the flyer, which buckled over onto the Pittsburg, March 29. Contrary to Twentieth Century's right of way and expectations the flood mark in the was splintered by that train. Ohio River was barely' reached to- Dead Forelcners. for- - day when the stream became station- Most of the dead are said to bo elgncrs, who were traveling in the ary and all danger of disastrous high rear coach of the first section of the water passed. Damage to property was confined principally to the Alle- Chicago-Buffal- o flyer. among the pas- - gheny River section, although the There are no dead ' sengers ot the Twentieth , Century lowlands along the Ohio were under passen-- . water. Limited, though a number of The swollen Allegheny and Monon-Tw- o gers were badly hurt on this train. passed the danger Cen- - gauela Rivers coacties of the Twentieth feet at an tury were overturned. The low cas- -' stage here ot twenty-tw- o ualtles on the Twentieth Century are early hour and continued to rise in to the fact that the palace idly. Warned, by the Weather slowly becauso reau, merchants with business hous- was proceeding j es along tho rivers were prepared for of the heavy fog. The second section of the flyer was , the rise and little damafee Is expected going at a high rate ot speed when It to result. TX Peoplo living In tho low sections struck the first section. Many of the dead probably will go in many cases, were forced to movo j their household goods to second to their graves unidentified. Reports irom points up the Most of those killed were asleep In floors. the rear day coach of first train 86 rivers said that, while there was nt the time of the crash and they had more rain, the smaller streams and removed wrans and coats and other tributaries were pouring out .tneir volume of water rapidly and there articles of Identifying clothing. was no backing up. The bodies of many of these victims are so horribly manMR. ISAAC DAVIS gled that Indentlflcatlon, without the guidance of the clothing they wore, Dies Very Suddely at His Home Near will be Impossible. Mt. Zlon Tuesday. Some of the victims were decapitated. Arms, legs and portions of huMr. Isaac Davis arose Tuesday man bodies were scattered thickly morning apparently In good health through tho wreckage Relief parties collected the remains - but before 7:30 that morning he was of three, bodies those of a woman dead. His passing was a great shock two men and piled them, lndlscrlm - to his relatives and friends more Inately In ono basket. They probably especially because ot Us suddenness. It Is not known for certain whether will be burled together. death was due to heart failure or ' acute indigestion. Sees Snakes. Funeral serlvces were held at Mt. Rocknort, Ky., March 25. Frank ' Blovens, nn Ohio county farmer, had Zlon church Wednesday afternoon at an exciting encounter with a number1 2:30 p. m., conducted by Rev. Tay- of blacksnakes which hj plowed up lor. Burial followed in the cemeon his farm near hero yesterday. He tery nearby. Ho leaves a wife, two was plowing new ground when ho un- children and many other relatives. covered a nest ot squirming black-suakAttention, Farmers! which immediately got busy We have a stock of Farm Impleand proceeded to make trouble for tho hardy tiller of the soil. One ot ments consisting ot Blue Bird Plows, the reptiles wrapped itself around Vulcan Chill Turning Plows, Peg the leg of the farmer while the oth- Tooth and Disc Harrows, Corn Drills, ers began hissing and striking at Cultivators and anything else In the the horses, causing them to become Implement line. Wo also havo three frightened and run away. With his Weber Road Wagons and one Runpocket knife the farmer severed the about Buggy. All this will be sold head ot the reptile that had entwin- on regular terms. Don't forget wo Jones' ed itself around his leg and then he still handle the established to attack the rest. Alto- Brand Fertilizer. proceeded W. E. ELLIS & BRO., gether he killed tea blacksnakes, Hartford, Ky. being fully five feet la some ot them h' - lo cago-Buffa- lo I ; Bu-tra- ' scan-tlly-cl- es THE OTHER SIDE . V4--. OF WARWEDDINGS ' ENGLISH OIMs RIlSEH TO MARUV JOMjIKK UNTIL THE , WAR IS OVEIt. - ; ? I t x 5 ' The jtlti loves town the country. ir tho country life, A week-en- d oores her. The man knows that hapis impossible for her, and tho FIRST WHITE MEN IN 1750 WANTS TO BE LEFT FREE pinesssimply, from a sense, of duty, " Ji gttl, il go with him to his country will , , jacouoL-arxnccand both will t,o Intensely Good Roads Apostle Writes Interest- AVcclnMcIVepaah; Olicn If Officer Comes Home With I would find happiness with lnj?ly of Daniel Roonc, Isaac cfmn.iiiniimcIbodaoiiBctfuu ' ..JJjcs Out or Anns OIT She Can him, but y Shelby nnd Others. Dick whatever happened to UndllieSloiiUKteandBoai Truc rrovo Ii0 H"TH' ho would not believe it unless I were u. 1 atgTOHtf?TffiTin3l tree to choose by life when ho camo back broken and hurt. No, wo aro IromolcsBisltoClicciM The following Is .furnished by Iv ml Then there will bo a real war wed- -. goliij: to have a peaea wedding, please James Maret, president of tho Boone ,x glad.' tllngl Oh, how Jolly! I'm so Just because we have waited Highway, Mt. Vernon, Ky who will GccUand utmuu.riuii'.i""" for cur happiness, 'it will be alt tho shortly publish a history of Daniel 4 1. i AH 1 i :, That was the kind of remark that finer when it comes." Boone, nnd of Trails and Highways, t . Errcted her every day, and she had 1 etc. -' Trf the Last Ditch."'. to riplatn that the engagement ring &4KS In 1750 a small party of Virgin"Well, have you been fixing your r. Mild not mean a war wedding, and ians, from Orange nnd Culpepcr coun5lfe tint, In fact, there would ho no mar fences?" Walker, Ambrose "'"" ViT. dlglng trenches," declared ties, Dr. Thomas ho came hack from the "Been ' riage until Powell nnd Colby Chqw among them, 3S5-- 1 war. Her people were disappointed. Congressman Flubdub. "I'm In for a f &? entered what is now the stato of The man was a senior officer, a real fight." Kansas City Journal. , KS". Kentucky at Cumberland Gap, being thoroughly good fellow, and they t &S0- first white men known to have the Good for Colds. were both deeply In love. It would and Glycerine aro visited Interior or Eastern Kentucky. Honey, Pine-Ta- r SiC fo much nicer for her to bo marSH.4 Shelby, tho first Governor of ried. And then, If well, If ho did recognized cold remedies. In Dr. Isaac these aro com- tho State, stated that In 1770 he was not return she would have a pension Bell's Creek, a mile or two from that would, at least, ease the material bined with other cough medicine in on Yellow Mountain, In company Cumberland syrup. Dr. Bell's side of life. They could not under- -' a pleasant quickly stops your cough, with Dr. Walker and others, when stand how tho girl could stand out so your cold, soothes irritation Walker told him of having been upon definitely when all who cared for her checks spot twenty years before, and were willing, oven eager, to Tielp her of the throat. Excellent for 'oung, that 555; aged. Its one of tho best 'yonder beech tree bears tho record ia. the thousand little tasks and de- adult and marked his with a war wedding. cough syrups made. Formula on of It; Ambrose Powell tails associated year upon it; you will "Don't open up house," a kindly every bottle. You know Just what name and the now.' Col. Shelby exiit Exact Copy of Wrapper, ro errr. tmc cirrun eeuMMr, n said, "come and live with you are taking and your doctor find It there relative tho tree, and found upon it me. Tou shall have a sitting room knows its good for coughs and colds. amined L3 In large, legible characters, A. PowWatch Child's Cough. to yourself so that when he comes Insist on Dr. Bell's 2 ell, 1750. The party traveled down Colds, running of nose, continued 25c, at druggists. home on leave it will be almost like Only Holston Rlver.crossed over the moun- irritation of the mucous membrano i 'having a home of your own." tains into Powell's valley, thence It neglected may mean cattarrh later. t But the engaged girl, grateful as thru Cumberland Gap, and along tho Don't tako the chances do somethoffer, and It LANSING WILL BE she was, declined the route afterward celebrated as tho ing for your child! Children will rot was only tq an understanding friend road, until they arrived every medicine, but they "."111 point of view. that she confided her PRESIDENT ONE DAY WildernessPatch, now Laurel county. take Dr. King's Now Discovery nnd at Ha.zel take "it's not a thing onecan talk about Its a Here the company divided. Dr. Wal- without bribing and teasing. r Ttry" easily," she said, "but I should efI his party turned northward Tar Syrup and like you to know, I think that every SECRETARY WILL FILL CHAIR ker andKentucky River, which he sweot pleasant laxative enoughso to No Money fective. 'Just to the returns almost .man-wh- o InAdvauce marries and DUE TO FACT THAT MARCH called Louisa River; followed It down eliminate the waste poisons. Almost Sntiafao immediately to his post of duty has finding much tho first dose helps. Always preparFALLS ON SUNDAY. 4TH Uoa Gnar some distance without vcry mixed feelings. He is tremenateed level land, became disappointed and ed, no mixing or fussing. Just nsk dously happy, of course, to know that LovreatNet turned up one of its branches to Its your druggist for Dr. King's New Is his, that when he ,the girl he loves Fa at ory Washington, March 27. When head and crossed over the mountains Discovery. It will safeguard your Prices is out at tho front, he will be tied to Virginia to a place child against serious ailments reher by tho most sacred bond that ex- President Wilson handed to Robert to New River in Tar ma A 2 sulting from colds. Lansing a commission as secretary now called Walker's Meadow. ists. And the girl, of course, is Saving of It Is said that Walker was making side of of state of the United States neither .py. too. .But there is another SlOO to , bore too far A Move to Incorporate. 820OFac tho question, The man may argue he nor Mr. Lansing dreamed that for the Ohio River, butthen returned From I shall have to be a little party She T. A. STARCK ithat if he comes back fit and strong commission carried with it a twenty-fo- to the east. Tho tnctioiNT tor? Direct as acting president to their homes. Dr. Walker later firm with you. hour term happiness lies before them. He may He Fine. Let us make It a partsurveyed out the border lino between say, that if he is killed in action his of the United States. Tennesnership! Judge. interesting fact has been Tennessee and Kentucky. Yet the wlfe will at least be beyond the at o District of tack of poverty and material distress! uncovered by a parlimentary sharp, see was first called the We will ship you a, beautiful Stnrck Piano for 30 days' free trial. In your The Court of Last Resort. Henry M. Ross, assistant secretary Washington. home. No cash payment required. All we oak Is that you will play upon, use Ho knows that the pension due to an If, at the end of that time, you do not nnd It the and test this piano for 30 stovo of the cross roads And Hunters. Around the Other Explorers officer's wife will at least keep her of the United States senate, that no highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In ever' way, that you havo ever may win the presidency seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will, In that In 1761, a company ot nineteen grocery Is the real court of last refrom want. Both these considerations matter who both nays. This Starck Piano must make good with you, etent. pay the t over-rulWallen, Skaggs, all othor there Is no sale. are in favor of a war wedding. But at the polls next fall Robert Lansing men, among themand Cox, part of sort, for It finally ers. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy president of the United States Newman, Blevlns Sav $150.00 or Mort Eisy Payminls and this is where the man hesitates will be hours them from Pennsylvania, tho others litis been brought before this court from our factory, it We ihlp direct to Ton pay no cash down, but alter 30 days supposing ho comes back without pro tem, for about twenty-fou- r o( trial, you can begin payment on the lowprices that nre you upwards ot S1S0.00 tr Ji every cross roads grocery thru the Moccaan Brm or with two legs missing. or between noon March 4 and noon from Virginia, went Mountain, estab- in almost cost of our piano. We guarantee to furnlih est, easiest terms em suggested by 1 piano In this country, and has always reycu a better plana for the money than )ou can sin Gap in Clinch manufacturer. These terms are arranged to March 5 next year. utterly, hopelessly blind? He thinks You ire soured of receiving aecur eUewhere. suit your conrenlence. and It Is possible for This anomalous situation will arise lished a station on Walllns Creek, ceived a favorable verdict. It is In you to buy a piano for your borne, without a ctltfjctorjr iwtet toned durable high grade of the girl, young, beautiful, full of Virginia, and hunt- tho country where man expects to mlsitrg tho money. , piano. , strength and health, and the idea that from the fact that a presidential term now Leo county, On.VeB9 ft:nraaaa ed there for eighteen months. They- receive full value for his money that expire on Sunday. she should be tied to a maimed and will MaywNiM 2ni-Na- n. Iirgalns Erety Btarclc Piano 1 When March 4 of inauguration named Powells Valley, from seeing- this remedy is most appreciated. crippled creature is absolutely Intoleratarck art guaranteed lor 25 yrari. tf. bae constantly on hanJ the best and most tutl-ru- t m year falls on Sunday the custom is the name of Ambrose Powell inscrib- Obtainable everywhere. large number ot slightly used Tola rfuirutp hu back able. He knows that the girl would Player Pianos on ins month of Wal-le- ns 33 yean of plane of It our a tree near the and second hand pianos ol all market. You will b debe glad to serve him with all her to defer the inauguration of the in ed onCreek, on Powell River. experience, and the repustandard maVes Ul.cn In exlighted with the mam ex- They POND RUN. change for new Starck Piano tation of an cluahe features of these Jlovo and tenderness. But ho regards coming president until the following rriponalble plino bouse. The followand River, Copper Shemwell, of Cleaton, is Mr. S. B. wonderful Instruments, indk gave names to Clinch ing are a few sample bargains lit as a sacrifice, and his chivalry will day. will be pleased with the Ridge, Newmans, Wallens and Skaggs visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. A. Tom-erli- n. 50 Frti Musis very low prices at which The terms of president and SHO.OO Weber mot ailow him to accept tho sacrifice. Is a Skaggs trace and iut ran ue aecurcu. Lessons 92.00 Stclnwav will expire on March 4, Ridges. There 'You see, if the girl is his wife he Chlckerlng Plans Bosk Frss 90.00 To erery purchaser ot and wlfo Mr. Alford Robinson congress on Skaggs .Creek In Rockcastle county. 'knows that she will stay beside him 1917. Under an act of Btarclc Pianos, we give free Send today for our new Kimball 95.00 January 19, 1S8C, the secretary of They passed thro Cumberland Gap. wero the guests of his mother, Mrs. music lessons. In one ot beautifully Illustrated plana from a sense of duty. Her place Is Starck 199.00 book which gives you a the best known schools In line of suc- How far they penetrated Into Ken- Liza Robinson, Sunday. Chicago. The-- e lessons you large amount of lnforma-- . Can't you seo how that state Is made third in i tat his Bide. Send for our latest complete caa take la your own home, Mr. Shelby Robinson, wife and tlon regarding pianos. Tblsv cession. In the caso of Mr. Lan- tucky on this trip Is not known. bargain list. anight .hurt a man? by mall. This represents book will Interest and The same company of hunters in baby visited his uncle, Mr. L. J. sing the president's message to the one year's tree Instruction. please you. Write today. "Now, tako my position. If my man again passed thru Robinson and family Sunday. 1313 Starck Bid., CHICAGO the fall of 1763 senate is as follows: P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. comes hack smashed up badly, with Mr. Harvle Bratcher and wife, of "To the Senate of the United Cumberland Gap and spent tho sealimbs missing, ho knows that I am States I nominate Robert Lansing son in hunting on tho Cumberland Cosmodale, are visiting Mrs. Bratch-er'- s free to marry someone else. There of New York, late counselor for tho River. The next year, 1764,was made mother, Mrs. Nannie Fulkcr-so- n. Is nothing between us that can not department of stato.to bo secretary in Rockcastle River, not far from he broken. And If I tell him how of state, to which office ho was ap- Crab Orchard. (Tho town of Crab Misses Eva and Esther Fulton, much I love him and how greatly I pointed during the last recess of Orchard took its namo from tho in- Ruth nnd Besslo Graham, Delete need him, it will in a way reassure tho senate, vice William Jennings numerable thickets or orchards of Campfleld and Mr. Charlie Williams him. He will realize that I am coming Bryan, resigned." crab apple trees, which when in wore the guests of Miss Margaret to him out of my own free will, and message was sent to the sen bloom' the perfume therefrom could Tomeriin Sunday afternoon. This not because I am his wife. These hunMrs. S. C. Hunter and daughter, bo smelled miles away.) ate on December 7, 1915. "1 don't think that people realize issued to Mr. ters visited theso parts a number of Maggie, spent tho day with Mrs. Er-nl- o Tho commission "how deeply most men feel this aspect Lansing by tho president specifies times thereafter.; Rowo Monday. . of war weddings. They know hew no term whatsoever, Miss Edith Fulkerson spent SunIn June, 177C, a party of five peralthough It the average girl loves a man in khaki contains tho familiar phrase "dur- sons passed thru Cumberland Gap. day afternoon with Miss Maggie Hun-to- r. They realize that the love that ing tho pleasuro of tho president of These men were Capt. James Smith Lifetime experience with best of workmen, nnd can prompted a girl to marry a man, who tho United States for tho'timo be(afterward, until his death about give any reference flesired. Call mo on Hartford heroic and strong and splendid, was ing." It will bo observed that the 1814, a prominent cltlzpn of Bourbon AViircs of Mnlo Furm Lu1ki . ordered out for tho front, might not president in naming men for cabi- county, Kentucky, Joshua Horton, Farm wages advanced slightly durMill Co., 'pliono, or address mo at Hartford, Ky. be htrong and real enough to make net positions never specifies any Uriah Stono, William Baker and a ing tho past year in tho principal possible for her If ho camo term for which they aro to serve. IS years old. grain states and remained stationary khajiplness mulatto slave about any or declined In the cotton states. Tho So many V.taek battered and broken. Robert Lansing will continue to They "found no vestibule of Tho south branch of higher grain prices and lower cotton tho girl doesn't quite ho secretary of state after Presimen feel that whlto man." realize that it does tako rather a big dent Wilson's term as president ex- tho Cumberland River, which emp-tlo- s prices lnlluenced such changes. Dur ont sections of the United States. Into It eight or ten miles above ing tho past year thero was less Thus, wages per month with board love to make Joy at all possible In a pires and the experts say thero can married llfo that would be much out bo no doubt that the honor will fall Nashvillo, they named Stono Ilvor, scarcity of farm labor than during a averaged $23.71 In tho Now England of the ordinary. number of preceding years. For tho States, $24.78 in tho east north cento Lansing to bo "acting president of after ono of their number. A Party From South Carolina. entire United Stntes wages per dayi' tral states, $27.38 in tho west north why," she went on, "I do tho Unfted States" from 12 o'clock '"That's a party from South Caro- of malo farm labor Increased about central states, $33.50 In tho far westIn 1707, .not bvlleve in war weddings. If I noon of Sunday, Match 4, until ' desired It Dick would marry mo to- some minutes after 12 o'clock noon lina, Isaac Llndsoy nnd four others, ono cent during tho past year, and ern states, $15,01 In tho South AtFifty-ilv- o typewriters. LesCumberland Gap, to what averaged about $1.47 without board lantic states, and $10. 1G in tho south But I know that it will Monday, March 5. Mr. Rose, discov- camo thru morrow. sons explained by Moving Pic-tur- o ,L!ndsey called Rockcastlo Rlver.from and $1.13 with board. For labor central states. Jt! make him happier to think that I am erer of this fact, says: machine Sovon big DeGenerally speaking, the wages tend "He should, under tho unique a romantic looking'Vock thru tho tis- hired by tho month tho rate without free. It is a sacrifice for me, but I partments Shorthand, Bookmake it very gladly, knowing what it precedent nnd unparalleled condi- sues of which tho water dripped and board increased during tho year 27 to Increase in going from east to wes keeping, Tolography, Stenotypy, means to him. Wo are suro of our tion, be permitted to uleep under froze in rows below. They went cents, to $30.15, as compared with to increase in going from east to Muslo, Primary Normal. ExJove. If ho comes back to mo wo tho White House roof that eventful down tho river as far as tho mouth $29. 88 last year; rates with board, west and in going from south to pert teachers. Modern equipRiver, whero they found which is tho more general method north. Theso estimates aro based tiball he married at once. Our en- night and to occupy a seat In tho of Stono ment. Position assured. gagement, has been announced only president's carriage upon the Jour- -. Michael Stone, who has come hither of hiring, Increased from $21.05 to upon reports from correspondents of Write for catalogue. ot 21 cents. Wa- tho bureau of crop estimates. In- -, with James Harrod from Illinois to $21.26 an increase becauso my right to. be with him if noy to and from tho capltol on s Wonderful and hunt. Later, 177, Harrod founded ges havo been tending upward al )ho comes homo wounded will bo tho auguratlon day. Daviess Co. Bus, Colle h Intra in I I'll t barmen Harrodstown or HarrodBburg. Stono most steadily since 1894. Tho ,moro clearly assorted. Wo are very tnnnmntniiii in tho past five years is about perhaps a little happier than L during this brief spaco of time and settled in Bourbon county and Stone happy Incorporated 10 per cent and In the past 20 years FOR FLETCHER'S those who have not considered tho tho worthy secretary of state might Creek took its name from him.: OWTv.NSUORO,' KY,. , John Fiudlay 1707. about 65 per cent. war wedding. GtgS-TJORIbo called upon to perform services J .othor side of tho A In 1767 John Findlay made an ex Farm wages vary widely In differ- "'pu seo," alio added, "thero aro of great Import to tho nation." " that mako a man think. Dick has a great, friend who 'married In SOME FACTS OF tho early days or mo war. me sin She imagined was greatly excited EARLY HISTORY herself to b" In Iovp Slid rather liked wife. A month ago holng an officer's her husband camo back with one lee missing, and his neajth so seriously INITIAL EXPLORERS OK KENthat Ihe doctor lips u.ficrmlned TUCKY WERE FORERUNto live permanently In ordered him NERS OF GOOD ROADS.' cases" r .- ro-ru- y. -- ft. ey Pine-Tar-Hon- ey pedition Into Kentucky for tho purpose ot hunting and training with tho Indians. From Cumberland Gap tho warriors path, "leading from tho Cumberland ford, along tho broken country on tho eastern branch ot tho Kentucky River, and so ncross tho Licking River townrd tho mouth of tho Scioto." Two years later, 17$9, Findlay conducted Daniel Boone.John Stewart and threo others from their homes on tha Yndkfn River In North Carolina to a spot "on Red River, tho horthermost branch of tho Kentucky River, whero John Findlay hnd formerly been trading with the Indians, where on June 71769, from tho top of. an eminence thoy snw with pleasure tho beautiful level of Kentucky." This point Is located about thirty miles east of Richmond, lloono Captured, By Indians. While out hunting ono day Boone and Stewart were mnrfo prisoners. After several days they made their escapo and upon returning to their camp found it plundered nnd their comrades "dispersed or igona home.'' Flndley 'mado his way back to tho scttlemcntsr Stewart was shortly afterward killed by Indians; but not until Squire Boone and another adventurer had found their way from North Carolina. Tho tragic death of Stewart frightened the newcomcr.and ho "returned homo by himself." Tho brothers wore thus ieft alone in tho On tho first of May, wilderness. 1770, Squire Boone "returned homo for a new recruit of horses nnd ammunition, leaving Daniel alono without bread, salt or sugar, or even a horse or dog." Whilo thus alone in May, 1770, ho wandered to tho hills that skirted tho Ohio River nnd for tho first tlmo In life looked down upon that majectlc stream. IPCASTOnlA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria xc j Always Bears the Signature of llfoTNOJiC. "WrKSSES m II m "S';5KiB if IV AW In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA y. 1 Starck Pianos Eas lot ur . 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL ln. ! es Player-I'lano- s Player-Piano- 1 nt second-han- THOS. E. MOSS Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. i v.. UN 11 so Children Ory It t u All AUDITED STATEMENT OF IP, ijfarlford, Ky., March 16, 1916. Wo5, 'your cbramlttee Ohio County Board Of Education, Gentlemen: appointed at tho request of Supt. Ozna Shults, to audit tho books, of said Superintendent, as Treasurer of tho Ohio County Teachers' Fund,, beg l'eave to report th'nfwo lmvo audited said books frojiiatpcrlod beginning January ij( 1914, to January 1, 1916, and that ho hasrecelvcd from all sources the following sums: fc,lnlH.l.l!M K THF PIIRI Ml o iJ&H n AMIINTS r Of County, Superintendent Shuts' Office Since He Took Charge Of Same. , 1914 i " 6931.'37 . March 26th Received from Ohio County Board of Educa !" 2,082.03 tion . . . , Sth' Received from Stato 6,572.23 Oct. r" Npv. 14th Received' from Stato SupCU...-- .,. .. .'(Jt . . ' ' ".' ..Hartford, Ky., MaYch) 24, 191 G. 13,144.50 '. Dec. 12th Received frorn State Stipt neallzlngmorp nnd 1915 Jan. To the Citizens and Taxpayers of Ohio County; Sth Received from State Supt .7.'. . 6,572.25 more as; tho days go by the responsibility of the offlco I hold, and feeling 6,572,27 Feb, 13th Received from State Sup,-.,,- . pay the taxes andbcar tho that It is Just, fair and' right liat those-whJuno 30th Received, from Ohio County; poard, of, Educa; burdensKof government are, Justly entitled to nV'LOOK AT THE BOOKS" tlon . . of their' public servants, jintl In fulfilling the prbmlso heretofore rnido, I '6,495.37 '..'.".'.'. Oct, 9th Received from State bupt most cheerfully nubmll tho following audited statement na to tho. Income 6,495.37 Nov. 12th Received from Stato Supt nnd disbursements of tho School Superintendent's .offlco. since taking charge 12,990.74 Dec. 10th Received from State Stlpt.j,., J of samo on January 5, 1914. Most respectful! submitted. ' .$82,375.69 Total amount received from all sources. ... OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. ' 'T ,"' Jan. 13th Received from State Bupt,. Feb, 13th Received from Stato Supt Jan.. Oth Received from Supt. Lench., ;:., . ..,1.,.$ ",,.,. . 2,910.32 i 5,931.23 t u ''' Supt.......... , Typewriter Gives Business Standing TR'small town merchant, the rural business man or the .farmerwho uses a typewriter ,has the advantage over the man ' who does not. typewriter not only saves time in writing letters 'and 1 The r making out bills, but it adds prestige and reputation to the user. A , , --..-. 12th. . Feb-13th. Fob'. 18th. March 25th. March 30th. Jan.1 Wo further stato that he paid. out to various partiesas per cancelled Hartford, Ky., Feb.. 22, 19.16. of which has been checked At the request of Supt. hecks' on flip In the Superlntendent's,omce,'(&U Oho County Board of Education, Gentlemen: i t Sliults, we, youcqdmmlttee appointed to iudlt tho booksas Treasurer and tabulated by tho committee), Ozna i .$79,132i29 ...u , . . . ..... of tho Ohio County Board of Education,, beg lcavo to report that wo have The slim of 3,243i40 $32,375.69 a period 'beginning Jnnuary 9, 1914, to and In- an. 1, 1916, cash in bank. audited snld books from ni cluding January 24, 1910, and that) ho has received from all sources the .. J7M. . .$82,375.69 .'Total .' . :.i.'.. following amounts: IV) I . HAM ' . .aau.uu 9th. 1914 Borrowed money Citizens Bank Respectfully reported, Jan. T. H. Black, Taxes. Jani 10th. i.H r ..;..... '. - :....!...'. .The L. G. Smith & Bros. Typewriter is especially adapted to use in rural districts because ir will stand' lliuic wcai rtiiu uuc9 uuk itquuc an ucidiui. Ljy IUI1UW ing the instructions we will give you, you will have no trouble, learninir. Mail Ihii uoupon loday . . f . VA , I i Henry Leach, Supt., Balance Account Borrowed Money Burgess Fund, Borrowed ;Money J. W. Brown. Borrowed Money CltIzenB Bank... W. C. Blankcnshlp, Clerk, Land Sales for 262.70 125.00 600.00 797.9.7 59.45' caii '" ,!!. ( ty)lti' C. 6.' HUNTER, Committee; ,!c) Please send me your free book Juno' Sth. July '2?th. 6thi Aug. Sept. 11th. ftopt Hth. aupt. 11th. Oct. 12th. Nov. 7th. Dec- - lGth. Jan. 19th. Jan'. '27th. Feb. 12 th. March 27th. Juno 45th. July 3rd. July 27th.July 27th. .July 27th. July 27th. July 27th. July 27th July 27th. July 27th., Septi 20th. Oct.; ,0th; "Oct. 28th. Nov. 4,t.. Nov. 29 th. Dec. 29th. - Jnns 13th.-. Jan. 18th. Henry Leach, Supt., Balanco Account....,.,. S. O. Keown, R. R.. Taxes.. . ..,.,.. ..-- . ... " - S.. O. Keown, Taxes ' Salo Odell Schoolhoueo " 8. O. Keown, Taxes. " Salo bf Taylortown Schoolhouso " S; O. Keown, Taxes. . " S. O. Keown, Taxes. " S. O. Keown, Taxes. 1915 S. ,0 Keown, Taxes... .'. " W. C. Blankcnshlp,, Clerk,. Land Sales for . i 1.. ,TntP . . . .l.-- . " S. ,0. Keown, Taxes;,..;.,. II f. .J..l. i: . T,nx-- . ' Beaver Dam ,., " Beaver Dam R,R. fax.. ,...,.,.......,.. " S. Q. Keown, Taxes j,. ... . . . ... ..... .' .,.V " Marvin Hoover, Chart I J ..J " ' Wilson, Chart ... . .'. .,. t VI'". Its' .Ernest ", Iva Ambrose, Chart Marvlp "Wright, Chart " Clarence Shown, Chart ...... Mrs. J. M. McFc rran. Chart :.: " J. P. Southard Chart. " Av 0, Ross, Chart.., .'. . . ',' S. ,0. Keown, Taxps,, . i' 8. O. Keown. Taxes,.. . . , . J " .S- - O. Keown, Taxes., 8., O., Keown, S. O. Keown, Taxes..... ' .'.v; ; . . s . . S. O. Keown, Taxes 1916 . Beaver Dam R;..Ri!Tax vi. r " Salo of Coal Taxes,. -, j...... ....... ........... 208.11 1,771.00 254.22 ,40.00 397.67 ardship. , Editorial Koto Slnce Supt. Shult tookcharge of his' offlco January 5, 1914, and up to the time tho above audited statement was made, ho has written 1,427 checks and 1,230 vouchers, amounting' to tho total sum of $111,820.10. Both theso accounts were found, to balance, to a penny. ThlE Is 'certainly a creditable showing and evinces the careful and reliable stewSqpt. Shults. 0 o Name I do not use a typewriter at present. I am using a typewriter and would.' like to learn about your special offer to exchange it for a new one. P. O.- - ' 40.00, 1,1J?3.23 State- . Typewriter Co. ;" 414 Maiit'treet CINCINNATI, bHIO. . , 1,570.31 6,152.22 .'76.V3 35.78 109.26 FERGUSON DISCOVERS TERRIBLE TRAGEDY FELT HAXD ;1 SAW ON HIS SHOULDER MAN MURDERED the sound of quick' breathing, there was only a tense silence. The man oh tho floor suddenly The two brutes ceased' to struggle. eyed 'one another. Their lips formed a. Bingle. Byllable-"de'a- dl" With lurching steps they slung towards ithe doorway behind. The glrl'shrank back' as ' they, passed her,: and when they had gone crept, to the. body. She lifted the lax head and kissed' the lips passionately. Then with a. shudder; And. a swift upward glance, she drew a revolver. Her body fell heavily across that of the man With an effort Ferguson roused He had seen enough. himself. Thrdugh the reeking gloom he made Ills way, still unobservedtb the door. The clean air blew keenly Into his face, freedom was before him, when a heavy hand touched his shoulder. "Beg pardon, sir " Ferguson realized that for every departure from the normal the Fates demand payment. "Sorry, I forgot;" ho said and thrust a shilling piece into the man's hands: "Keep the change." "Thank: you', sir! 'I "saw you go in,, but I didn't like to' Interrupt. The girl in the ticket office is1 new and a bltl careless. Pity you could not have Btayedanother i0 minutes. They are Chaplin Breaks Just starting-'Charlie- ' the Bank ' To the L. C. Smithk-Bros- ........ ? .. '. "4 . - .1 .'lHy. 3 .: l.'SII vj ripi (fcjJi i R-.'- ... "ii'.il 20.40 .2,046.3 . , AND GIRL SUICIDE. ' JS7 f . - '$M 0,23 6.25 C,2.p, o.S5 ....... '.-- .... 6.25 6.25 ' 6.25 571.91 481.40 500.00 Taxes................ -. .- i.Udi.70 1,500.00 5,807.37 3 .jr,:'.'.. vs '.. 3.00 l 1 i ."...,.. High School. Tuition-- ' Well Digging .' Coali Hauling and Incidentals .: Stoves and Furniture '........'.. Tolephono, Desk and Typewriter. ...'. ".iff ..t nvvuiuiiiK .,, 1TIIL iiiiu nA.n.JIM TAKllD w riiiiiK fctuoi Expense throo members County Board to K. E. A Notes and Interest Paid..'....,.......' ". Taxes refunded (wrongfully charged) (?Hlce Expense . .'., Taking Census S For services on Board...... For Printing , i . , . ,. ,5. . . Freight Paid, . ..'.i. ' .,. .,.'. ...:.. y, . . . .,...,; v (. .- Total amount received fronrallisources. t )i Disbursements For the Year 1014. .,.,.$29,444.41 .. ...... .. ! Ji '"'iK'$ - ' !; .. i' y---s. I V15'6: 5' 79-0- G6,6' f . 2,22,7.01 ...... '. ..."2,344.27 602.46 9 ..... 6.B0 :... .. 18.05 6,609.86 15.79 152.78 307.40 '$13,440j;i Total amount expended during tlicyear, 1914 Dlsbursomcnts For the?S?rlO?5,?T nrid InTlmllnBf January! SLjlplfli 00 jifites Paid A 125.30 Interest Paid !A'3vV vM' vl'A 2,029, Hlh School Tuition. .,.ih. i ..;,;. ,iv yh'A Building Washington "Schoblhou'soi ?. . Bulling TayloritSchQolhousej.,.;...lvV, .. Building Chapman Schoolhouse Fright Paid i Paint and Painting Scfiool '.'. i'.:ifi i.J.'.." ti , . .iM.. y 506.11 U) I V l'"tn WA'2 Jf I'JJ 67.84 36G.19 Furniture Services County Board 98.31 .,.-...- .. f.,.i.i. .T. , T.iimher for CdalhodseB ...cm rj . HwV.'U .ii 22.70 ..,. .". ikes Refunded. (wrongfullyy, charged) 111.69 i i i !. .'. St pyes ' 69.00 Extri Attendancq . ..." t Z . i ' A ' ' i i ! ;! yira 105.74 . Paid To Teachers. Funds 5,. 27.00 Tiiltlon Paid Beaver Dam Graded School for 6 pupils transferred 13.80 .,.., . Expenses Two Members of County Board to K.' E..A !. .1.1. . .WS i V WV for Schoolhouse l.oo Writing Deed 28,35 iY ti -f i4ov t i. .nv Prating, Adv6r.tlBlng, 151,5B Office Expense fJ $ ' ' 2.143.98 Coal Hauling. BucWsrBrooVs'Crayon'anInckehtalxpenso' '. i(.. .i VVJ5 W J' 1 - I $ 5 ...!... j .....' '' ........ .j jf,i: 'J?? 204.00 it.! .. Rt t Ei,.l I Total Expended During Year, 1915, and to and Including !tf.Vi...fjvtt-H1l'WJanuary 24, 1916 . Total amount received from, nil sourcesv, .f. .$29,444.41 Total amount expended 'during fy'ear; J,914l.l.'ir!.'.l?13,'44'0.(lli. and up joj: ) f fi rj j. Total amount expended, duJng. and Including January 24, 1916 J .'.'"r3l a iiuary 24, IQIR'hnlnnrA cash'.'. i'ii 1 ....,.,....... year,5, .....'..:... 4- l ' L Total J $29.44,4J(f ?29,444.41 M We havo Carefully) checked and added, th'o' recelPtsiand1dBJur8oments ofyfaia TreasurercpvornRuoyjJiinBJjwHii niV!1j,,llu J"V.V.?,v l be cor- and roct and further v?o find receipt on lilo for all o"t above dlsburBemer tfa hnnkR hnvo.beon kcDt In a cood. legible way. (m ilMi cvaim .;!: --;f tu&r Ajwricur. (CRQWE? ua - .YMbUWIM MhQ fi9ifUNTBR' ;, ; -, & tf4M4A&-fl-.whp I v! Committee. Pills Best for Liver. Because they contain the best liver mellclnes, no matter how bitter or . .. . 4. . uiu miBr ing hides the taife. Dr. King's New Life Pills contain Ingredients that put, the liver working, move the bow els freely. No gripe, no' nausea, aid1 digestion. Just try a bottle of Dri King's New1 Life Pills and notice how hrough, facing a large, much better you feel 25c at drugY H,e found himself 2 apartment. Though gists. barely furnished ' '' ' the gloom was still heavy, he was LOADING JN, DARKNESS ablo to distinguish something of his surroundings. Nb .one, noticed him; ithe attention of those who had al- Cause of Alachlno Guns Not Working ready enterpd jraB concentrated with at Columbus. strained, Intensity upon, what was Happening a, few yards a,way., Washington, March 20. An of.felt his heart ficial report, explaining that difficulty 'quicken, Its beat, He had. stumbled pf loading jn darkness was Responunexpectedly, upon, a slice of crude sible for .the, failure, of two of the tragedy. four weapons, qf tho Thjrteenth Cav troop in, uie ngni Two men were bending, over a alry s macnine-gu- n third, ransacking the, pockets, of thq with. Villa and hla .pandits at Columpoor wrqtch with, .diabolical thorough- bia was received today at tho War ness. Though the, victim, had been Department. Press dispatches tellhalf stunned bv a brutal blow over ing, of the guns Jamming had caused thq temple, ho still, struggled, faint Brig., G'en., Crozier, Chte.f pf rom, tne uporway to order an investigation. ly at, intervals, She behind a girl stood watching. The report, "transmitted by tho ofwas beautiful In a pallid, exotlo way, ficer cpmmandlng' he machine-gu- n .with mobile .features, and dark, exi troop thru tho headquarters of tho yrt'osivp eyes, xiec mtu wua vyii- - San Antonio arsenal follows: ortqd with horrq and pity, and she ''Tho reason for the Jamming of 'flung glances of muto, appeal towards tho machine guns during the fight ijliqse wh,p were near. None, of them Llast Thursday, morning was not the noved) They were hypnotized, even failure of the mechanism to function Vs. Ferguson hlmaejfi was hypnotized, properly, but, was due to tho factjhat by the gnastunpss pi tue ming. if the night was dark, and It was very was as though the girl and the men difficult, master to load the guns. In loading the, guns the feed strip has nioyeq in a WPvio, gemote an(fl thpugh o be inserted in a narrow, slot, or from t,helr,fellpw--a- s pestlny had ruthlessly cut, them oft. gulde if the ptrlpjs not, inserted from numan spun to its, close, paya, properly In this guide tho gun wjil fpr one or two hoarse mutterlngs and fire, abouj flyer shots, and will then . r (By William Freeman.) i Was It a sudden yearning for romance, which made, an evening by the flro uncongenial, or was it the cool, mysterious darkness that, dr.ow him Ferguson, could not have forth?, said, Ho only knew that he was moved to put aside his book, slip, on hat and coat, and leave his room for the damp and windy street. The streets,, though almost deserted, were not. wholly so. The coster, girls passed him, with, wide, befeathr ercd hats that hid their, faces; a special constable under an archway lookup from the chestnuts ho was roasting over his, brazlei; and started after him suspiciously;, a dog .dashed down tbjQ steps of, a house and broke into frantic, senseless barking. But for. the rest, Ferguson walked aloof and isolated, his mind a Jumble of thoughts, his faco and hair wet wlfh the drizzling rain that begun to fall. Ho had" walked, nearly a mile, when no turned, qpposuo a cavernous, opening, dimly lit, a shadowy entrance (6 a .deepen shadow. I;Ie, had never i noticed tho place beforo, nor. ordinarily,! would lie have, thought of en--. terlng it.. For a moment he hesitat ed, then, tho spirit of.- Irresponsible adventuro predominant, he enter- ed. For some yards ho stumbled forward, beforo ho distinguished a doorway with a small grilled window on its. rlcht. Behind, the crlll a shad- w "T ed red light disclosed a woman a girl, he judged, of not morp than 18. Her head was bent, and she neither heard nor saw him. Ferguson touched the door. It yielded. Ho passes swiftly, and silently - immiiiHiHimHiiimmi! VT iy w. rt(i ': .' Vaiderit Training School ELKTON,: for Boys; ky. . g ' ., Will.help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens; and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scattered and comes from the best' homes in the South. Its capacity islimited;"there-- , ' fore,-- reservations should,' ;.be .madeeariy.i Pla'ce your son' in this1 select eibup- df - Qj ' ' , -- ,. ' v a - ,bpys. t rWrite i' .r.f. Proper Treatment For 'Biliousness. For a, long time Miss Lula Skel-toChurchvllie, N. Y., was bilious and had sick headache and dizzy spells. Chamberlain's Tablets were the only thlng3 that gave her permanent,"reltef. Obtainable everywhere, m n, I MffTHENEYct BATTS x ''! ."I S .t ., For catalqgue and information Bo.A,, ' "I WILL FILL A WANT! Since' the suspension of? the Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, We Knock the Spots Out of Things ; , I """b t wi uuai.-L- r. there has been quite a demand for a weekly Kentucky newspaper that gives all the more important state news, as well as the general news, crisp s,tories,. French Dry Cleaned and Pressed in V: Superior Manner. ; vss Send na your Garments and Have ' '. . ' Them , Ladies' and Men's :;Garments y .' editorials, good Packages called CLEANED CLEAN Y" o for and delivered v. '; O ' timely cartoons, and THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB-' ' ' A. Iva NaU, Prop. illustrations. ' ,' HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. There is rio ,such' excellent' paper as the ' Twice-a-Wee- k Owensboro Messenger (Edited by Vvey AVoodspn.) : ' j! Jf comes, every Wednesday and Saturday, (16 pages a weelof (rmore), and is in every regard. jr Try the Twtee-Wee- k up-to-da- te Succeed, whin everything ele talk. in oervooa protirauoa ana lesau I wealcneMe 'they' rro. the wpreoM remeay, tnqusancu pave- - tetUAM.. Electric Bitters FOR KIDNCYLIVERAND Mes-setigt- u for a year in tion with the Hartford connecRepub-Hcan- STOMACHTROUILE, - . It U the beat- cpcdlcine eye pvef a uraggwta, counier. Qrdl-uanc- e, ' Both papers, one year for $1.50. All clubbine subscriptions should be addressed Republican, Hartfdrd, Ky. tQ 9st WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY , ed , jam. This happened to two ol my for 'WEAK guns as It bo dark that It was alLUHGS or most 'imposa'D'0 tp get tho strips in 'CONSUMPTION The other two guns did U19. slots, noti Jam nnd the execution they did showed the value 6t machine-gu- n feellor. . A quick relief lor that Urtd. firo, Tho ammunition used was not reloaded arid had been, manufactured itulei. wetk'luogr "or cooiuraplloa. 'It U iatt, I Mtktlp ya it cods you aolkiat. ,' i since 1910. The extractors ere all s iiyiL OHIO MEDICAL CO, FOR ONE MONTH runl-Jov- a mQde 91." ( , JV ' ;'o. v .u,. W ' dC " m . .'.fiJUti'tjf j"L .AjIv I .V J&! ttV. . & . i r r I i ! ! him. He listened without seeming that two of the closest political FOR to understand what had taken placo . Governor and two men friends of the and that ho was condemned to die. appointed to responsible positions at "That night I Instructed an officer lobbyists to Satend according to law at U Mtofflw Frankfort were hired VILLA PURSUIT to call for a firing squad. Our firing artlord, k;., aimau wmi put a measure through the Legislasquads are always composed of volunture. teers, 12 men. Not a man Pike We are not proud of the for that task. Wo had to AIXI80N J. BARNETT.... Editor county probe In the face of the fact CONGRESS RUSHES EMERGENCY Miinngcr a squad. Tho prisoner W- - S. TINSLEY,. .Business of the persistent reports that there. APPROPRIATION THROUGH TO commander was marched out at dawn, stood quietin oTintonrp' n. slcncd paper in FINANCE CHASE. Address all communications to which thero was a money consldera-- ly facing the leveled rifles and died Hartford Itcpubllcan. without faltering. I am sure he nevJhe a campaign fund In exchange tlon for er realized, the gravity ot his offense. for the 'creation of a new county. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS' USE OF ROADS But war is war. nw We are not proud of a reported WANT atMtrflxn deolring the pair nmt to a tn . "Now it Is different. Tho men making deal between a Democratic admlnls-ddnM mot plTe the old addrws In know thCvalue of discipline, know and Republfcan members of tratlon per line and 8c may endanger the lives Bailnnu Local and Kotlwa 10c the Legislature which had for Its pur- Feared That Failure Of Cnrrnnzn To that a breach 111 lor each additional Insertion. ptr of many comrades or even the safety pose the passage of certain bills and Grant Permission To Use Rail- Obltnarlw. ItMolottom and Card ot Tbnk;5c of France, and though breaches of roads Mny Hamper Plans. prlla. monrjln adrancr. free, but other the defeat of certain others. this kind still occur, they are met In Cbarrh Notice for cerrtcen as the avowed champions Elected a different spirit. Now when I call tdTertUemente. 5c per line. not county unit law, we are will receive no of the ABonymona communication for a firing squad 50 men at once proud of the fact that the Rules ComtUntlon Wnshincton, March 2S. Diploma- volunteer." mittee of the House was picked from tic and domestic aspects of the Mex"Is the family notified that a man the "wettest" members, and that the ican problem overshadowed its miliTBXiSSFZrOXTSEO. has been executed?" asked the Inter.123 bill to limit the shipment ot liquor tary side here Official re.. CO irmxrarnxm' SXvitMal Into dry territory, aimed entirely ports from Gen, Funston disclosed no viewer. "Yes and no," the officer replied. against bootlegging, was smothered change in the situation on the border "The French codo Is peculiar. Noticommittee nfter In that FBIDAV, MABCII 31. or in Mexico. Congress rushed thromembers df the House had petitioned ugh an emergency appropriation of fication of death Is sent to tho family soon after the execution as though for Its report for passage. $8,611,502 to pay for the pursuit ot the man died in action. Then three ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are not proud of the fact that the bandits and the State Department months later the family receives n of nineteen bills to aid In the enforceWe are authorized to announce ment of the county unit law only one prepared to press Gen. Carran2a for bill for 12.55 francs ($2.50), the expermission to use Mexican railways penses of the execution. But otherTOM SPURRIER, of Grayson county, was passed. to solve the troop supply problem. wise there Is no publicity. The grave for Congress, from the as a candidate We are not proud of the fact that Fears expressed in press reports is not marked officially, but a record Fourth District, subject to the action all the disgraceful proceedings of the t falluro to obtain is kept, so that it will not be difficult Republican primary, Saturday, Legislature grew out ot the wet for- from the border-thaof the use of the railroads might seriously to later on. August 5, 191C. ces attempting to stifle and thwart hamper the pursuit of Villa were not "Occasionally we havo to deal with the will of the majority. freflected at either the State or War the case ot a man who has' become We are not proud of the fact that departments. Senator Galllnger, Re- sick ot the trenches and think that Kites are said to fly higher this of the Governor to abolish year on account of the European the pledges ofllces resulted In the abo- publican leader In the Senate, pre- the easiest way to get an honorable all useless war. sented to Secretary Baker a telegram lishment of none, but the unnecessary from Senator Fall at EI Paso dealing discharge is lo wound himself, shoot off his trigger finger or the like. We could have built a railroad creation of several. with the railway and border ques- This is a capital offense in tlmo of We are not proud of the fact that we were- waiting for permiswhile gasowar and is invariably so punished. Investigation was tions. It declared shipments of sion from Carranza to use those din- a most thorough "A recent case of this kind was grossest extrava- line Intended for the American forces goln to reveal the in Mexico. keys down in Mexico were being held up by Car- that of a young lieutenant who was gance, and that the only report made ranza officials. married three days before the outPracticing makes perfect, but was against the Illiteracy Commission Growing Good Will. break ot the war. He was a gallant are mighty few guys who ever and that this report was absolutely there The department's dlspachcs of last soldier, but after a few months he against reach a very lofty stage of perfe- unfounded In fact, especially while meager, and became homesick, and to get back night and Mrs. Stewart. ction by practicing what they preach. dealing with technical matters, in- to his wife was his one desire. Months We are not proud of the fact that growing good passed and he could not get leave, so .After Wilson, Lansing will bo pres- instead of the promis'ed county unit dicate, continued" and expedition in Mex- he took matters in his own hands and for one day, because March 4th rule wo have absolute liquor do- will toward our ident ico, Secretary Baker said later In a drove a bullet through his left forecomes on Sunday, then the Demo- mination. statement. "It's object appears to arm. He did not stop to think that donkey will, wlttua last cratic We are not proud of the fact that be thoroughly understood by the peodisappear from view. with a $5,000,000 deficit and an an- ple of Mexico. We have no dispatch- it would soon be discovered that his t. wound was caused by a French to meet nual shortage of $600,000 ' The Ohio County Fiscal Court Is expenses the Legislature did nothing es indicating any cause for apprehension." "He was to be commended for Its action in se- to relieve It. and senThe communication to Gen. Car- tenced to be shot. I read the death lecting a commission to handle the We are not proud of that reduction good roads money, If .the bonds car- of 30.000 majority to a 300 majority, ranza will be made through Special sentence, but a few hours later a parry. The members of the court by this and we are humiiated when we think Representative Itodgers at Queretaro, don reached us. But the lieutenant action have shown their unselfish of what may happen In Kentucky this to whom Instructions went forward knew his duty and fell fighting In tho State Department officials field without ever seeing his wifo ness, their willingness to step aside fall If the party organization remains for what they believe to be the good under the domination of the Interests said that it seemed necessary to im- again." press upon the de facto government of their people. They are good fel- which now control It. the need for special consideration ot lows, these magistrates and Ohio Tho Columbia Life Insurance Co., the request to use the lines south will loan you half the value of your county appreciates their good judgfrom the border without awaiting tho land for 5 years. No- loans taken Shot From Ambush. ment in stepping aside for better The Henderson "Fiscal financiers. As perfecting of'the protocol under ne- for less than 55,00. For terms, see 28. Ashland, Ky., March W. H. PARKS, Court refused to elect a commission, James Collins and daughter, Mrs. gotiation. While there was no ques' for the Mae Branham, of near Cannonsburg, tion but that the expedition after 36tf consequently the petition Hartford, Ky. bond election wa3 withdrawn. The were returning home from Cattletts-bur- g Villa would press on, it was stated, supA Discipline of Edison. petition would not have been withlate yesterday evening, where that while a sufficient amount of Mrs. Popson I was reading where drawn in Ohio county had our fiscal they had been to see about a divorce, plies could be furnished to the troops court refused this commission, but .which Mrs. Branham had filed, they by motor truck trains, general use of Mr. Edison says that four hours as it Is the chances loom brighter for were shot, each two times, with a the lines would greatly simplify mat- sleep is enough for any man. Popson That seems to be tho ters. the bond issue to carry. The com shotgun from an ambush. News dispatches from the border baby's idea too. Boston Transcript. mission as appointed by the court is Collins was shot in the face and indicating that the American heartily approved by the writer. leg, and his daughter in the back and using tho railPlenty Of Ice. leg. Neither will die. The fact that troops already were We will begin making ice April road lines in some sections were read OHIO COUNTY'S COMIN. the top of the buggy, In which they County Farm Demonstrator Brow- - were riding, was all that saved their with surprise at the War Department 1st and after that date will be preder is heading a movement to or- lives. The authorities are seeking a officials declaring there had been no pared to supply the public promptly Special rate to ganize a progressive club for 'Ohio man whom they suspect, but so far official advices to that effect. It was with any quantity. we have failed to find any trace of him. thought that If American comman- farmer's clubs. Something whoopee! county, HARTFORD ICE CO. ders had used the lines In some cases 38t2 have needed for, lo, these many years on their own Initiative It probably o and every business man, every man Notice to Members of Co. II. with the was done in SPORTS AND SNORTS. engaged in any kind of profession, (By Gosh.) The members of Co. H. are direct- local Carranza authorities. Officials and in fact every citizen should rally Jesse Wlllard proved beyond a ed to report at the armory for drill do not think any extensive use of to the colors. Paupers in theory, doubt that he Is the best man In his rich In reality, we should develop on Saturday April 1st at 2 p. m. and railroads has been made. . class when he defeated Frank Moran again In the evening at 7:30. New our splendid resources. In New York Saturday night. The FRENCH The idea is to organize a club In equipment for Indoor rifle practice big cowboy seems to be a real chamevery town and rural district In the has arrived and after each of these county and for these various clubs drills members will be allowed to Officer Says Majority of Offenders Be- pion and the man who can make it Interesting for him Is yet to be dislong to the Higher Clnss. to constitute the progressive club of shoot for qualification on the Indoor covered. Ohio county the purpose of which will range. London, March 25. The veil of A few vacancies now occur upon be to pull, boost and shove our interWe lamped a certain young preachests. It will help the farmer to get the roster of the company and It Is secrecy is nowhere deeper than over In er going down the street the other better prices for his produce; it will desired that new recruits enlisting the doings of the help the deserving merchant; It will should have the necessary service re- one division ot the French army it Is day between two of the hardest bats strive to establish a closer relation quired previous to encampment to known that since the beginning of around these parts. It is a two to has' dealt one shot that that preacher will tho war the between those living in the rural dis- entitle them to Federal pay. A pay bill which will authorize pay with 315 cases. It has passed the preach on the "Cruslfixion," in tho tricts and, the man who makes his home in the town. It is proposed for members who attend drills In the death sentence on 24 men, of whom, near future. to conduct a ladles waiting room In future is practically sure to pass however, only 15 were executed, the or Dawson Springs and Madlsonvllle the county seat, a place for the wife Congress during the next 30 days other nine obtaining pardons are making efforts to get in the Kitito pass away the time while her es- and In view of this fact new recruits commutations. An officer attached to this divis- ty League this year. It shows a procort is attending to business mat- are preferred among parties who reside near enough to Hartford to at- ion as a permanent court official has gressive spirit on the part of those ters. given to a correspondent of the Dally towns and with them in it the circuit Ohio county has been sleeping now tend regularly. Clarence B. Shown Mall some details of the workings of would be more compact, thereby cutSot many years and she's had time to 1st Lieut., Commanding Co. H. the tribunal. "You must remem- ting expenses substantially. get her nap out. This progressive are ber," he said, "that armies movement has sounded the alarm. MclIENRY. The West Kentucky Seminary basmade up ot men of all shades and colThe sun Is up. Will we sit, stretch, yawn and go back to sleep, or will March 28. The lecture by Prof. ors ot belief and creed, anarchists, ket ball team will hook up with the team of Louiswe spring from our palate and join Lang Friday night was enjoyed by republicans, royalists, atheists and champion whaj not. Out of this material we ville at Beaver Dam Saturday night the others who are taking advantage all present. of the dawn ot this brighter day? Dr. J. S. Smith, who has been on have welded together an array the and one of tho swiftest games ever like ot which the world has never staged in Ohio county is certain to We'll answer. Ohio county's cor- the sick list, is Improving. result. The Louisville team has not child of Mr. and seen. als and the man who doesn't want to The "It Is not, however, the bad eggs, tasted defeat In the last two seasons jail in bad better sell and get out, Mrs. Charlie Taylor was burled ot whom there are a few In every and they will' come to Beaver Dam else his land may go so high that he Thursday. that has made can't sell. Mrs. Mclntlro, of Williams Mines, regiment, who give us trouble In the with the same line-u- p matter of desertion In the face ot the this splendid record. Tho W. K. S. was burled Monday. SOME THINGS NOT and enemy, but rather the better sort of bunch is without a doubt one ot the Messrs. Murry Blackburn PROUDLY LOOKED UPON Oraco Goodall, of Illinois, have re- follows,' who cannot understand the fastest In Western Kentucky. They, military necessity ot harsh discip- too, are undefeated this season and turned home. , will put forth every effort to soil the (Harry Sommers in Ellzabethtown Mr. John Thorpe, better known as line. in a case clean slate of the Falls City aggreNews.) "Our first Reld, are Jack, and one Mr. O. M. We are not proud ot the fact that stirring up the dust In every sandy ot this kind occurred fairly early In gation. The management of (he one ot the appointees of Governor place practicing the hook slldo. Look the war. Wo wero new to the bus- Beaver "Dam quintet has gone to an iness ourselves, but It was a flagrant enormous expense to secure splendid Stanley undertook to Influence' legis- out for Kitty! In direct violation ot the laws lation Mr. Selby Sandefur and father, breach, and to check Its repetition it Apposition and lovers of basket ball of the State. visited relatives here Saturday night had to be dealt with accordingly to in this locality should appreciate , the rules ot war. The roan was duly their opportunity. We are not proud ot the fact that and Sunday. I went to his after two campaigns against Invisible Gardens are looking well at this tried and sentenced. Baseball fans all over the county cell and read the death sentenceto government, or corrupt lobbying, writing. ... - Hartford Republican. $8,611,000 Worth Careful Thought Do you read tho label to know whether your baking powder is made from cream of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum' or phosphate? Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes, and adds to the food only wholesome qualities. A volun-untecr- ed 1 Other Daking powders contain alum or phosphate, both of mineral origin, and used as substitutes for cream of tartar because of their cheapness. Never sacrifice quality and healthful- ness for low price. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York fifty-thr- ee ! to-da- y, hee-la- bul-le- court-martial- I I i will regret the passing ot East End not been dazzling. Fishing in Rough Workmen havo been busy re- river should bo better this season cently tearing down the fence 'and than for years and it should not bo grand stand and tho sceno ot many a long until they begin to work up an. thrilling battle will soon bo In cul- appetite. A ... tivation. The fact that this park Gentle reader, have you heard tho could not bo leased for the coming story without words. Wo have. A season, owing to the of a champion who was willing to local man, famed for such, showed It It's good and wo give his time and patience begging to us yesterday. for support, is surely to be deplored. would like to tell It to you, but It's Baseball in the country town as well tho story without words and wo can't as in tho city is a godsend for thoso write it. You'll seo it sometime who need recreation; it offers development for tho youth and keeps the Tho writer of this Junk has receivathlete In trim, it cannot thrive on ed a bully letter from tho W. K. S. listless goodwill. Where chirping basket ball team thanking him for athletes and roaring hundreds tolled tho Interest taken In tho team and Jt and pulled for the needed run one would look mighty good In print. f..A ut noun M.I11 ...It tm n ..tnl.1 r9 ' Owing to n lack of spaco this week, ivuv; n.4l.nti mil lull lui u jiuiu ui grain. however, we are compelled to leavo It out. If agreeable to the writers a But local fans who are willing and wo will show it to you later. want to support a team this year should not lose heart. There Is a Administrator's Notice. possibility ot getting the fair grounds. All persons having claims against Possibility provided some poor soul' tho estato of B. P. Petty, deceased, Is willing to take" the cusslngs and aro hereby notified to present tho knocks that usually fall to tho lot of same properly proven to me nt Narthe manager. rows, Ky., on or beforo May 1st, 1916, or they will be forever barred. A hunch of local sportsmen are al- Persons knowing themselves indebtready trying to lure the bass from ed to the above estate will plcaso bco his warm spot but so far as we have me and settle at once. been able to learn their success has L. B. DANIEL, Admr. park. & - IPW&pM9SP! wj ei VJJXUH EENIN v A ht Gmm sw COURT-MARTIA- Is Now Over the NEW HATS have arrived, and the new hats are ready for your inspection. Such an array of beautiful hats you have never seen. All -- VI court-martia- l. court-marti- al The Style Centers tomers. ery has been selected for our cusof everything in high class Millin- have been ransacked and the best . Any Size Hat you desire is 'in our stock. Any style TRIMMINGS that appeals to , to-d- your taste can be had. We Have The and Hats , ld 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. the Trimmings and we have court-marti- al E. P. BARNES & BR0. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. s3 , . Utt. .i i M WfO ' 1'TtKii it.Ji HKIiliilllA wv.uioi-j- . II EASTER ACCESSORIES! Now that our Millinery opening is over, our Euster appnrel is the next thing thnt confronts us. To rid youraolf of worry, our advice to you is to do your shopping early, and of course, do it at our store. The new things that will add beauty to your appearance are to be found right on our shelves, including New Woolens, New Silks, New White Goods, Etc. A Simple Frock o Voile Me Call PitternsNo. 7057, one of roiny new designs lor April tht Our If Ready-to-We- ar Department; f Spring Coats, new Skirts, in wool or wool material, Ready-mad- e Waists in Georgette, Crepes, Crepe de Chine, Tub Silks, Marquisette, Etc. mnklng a "big success In his early years and it Is expected that ho will hnvo a largo congregation to hear him here. Commonwealth's ..Attorney C. E. Smith roturned Saturday from Calhoun, whero ho had been In attendant at tho McLean Circuit Court. There wcro seven convictions at this term. Tho docket was cleaned In a week, nn unusually short tlmo (or tho number of ciscs tried. Mall mo your orders for high grado Acid Phosphate 16 per cent $1.00 per 100 lbs. Corn, Wheat and Oat grower $1.20 per 100 lbs. Golden Leaf Tobacco grower $1.25 per 100 lbs., at car. n. 1,. n. SANDEllFtm.' -, Beaver Dam, Ky. 39t3 When you have a visitor or go visiting call or write us. Wo are always hungry for news and while your item will bo read by the multitudes no one will know how wo got It. Don't let modesty Interfere with your help In making this paper a llvo sheet. Addrcs communications to news desk. o Tho lecture orWood Brlggs at Hall Monday night was enjoyed Mr. Brlggs by a largo audience. features story telling and has something In his stock to please all classes. He was formerly a Central City boy and people' of this section are pleased to see him making good on tho platform. Col-leg- HIGHER COURT HOLDS ROAD ELECTION VALID DAVIKSS COUXTV MAV NOW SELL BONDS AND BUILD GOOD ROADS. "PREPAREDNESS" are 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 Frankfort, Ky., Match 24. The' court of appeals today affirmed tho decision of Judge Slack of the Daviess circuit court in holding the validity of the Daviess county bond Issue of $600,000 for the construction of In the opinion roads it is held that it requires only a majority of xotes cast to carry the elecy and-brldg- es. Millinery Department. The rush is on, but new things are arriving daily, so you, can be assured that the latest minute novelty for your head is to be had at our store. tho name of tho Ohio County Bottling Works. Soveral weeks ago it was stated in this column that tho Nail building would bo used but the plana were later chariged. Mr. W. F. Shlfflette Is installing bottling works machinery In tho TayThe lor building on Center street. new business will be operated under Remember, this, and Profit by Trading with a House that Saves You Money. Mr. W. S. Tlnsley has accepted tho position as business manager on the staff of the Hartford Republican, Mr. Allison Barnett being the editor. Mr. Tlnsley was formerly County Court Clerk, which position he filled with ability and success. He is a good business man and eminently qualified for his new task. Hartford Herald. JE&&&Cfa 1 Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MARCH 31. For Sale. One pair of good work mules, harness and wagon. EZRA GORMAN, 35t4 Beaver Dam, Ky. Breaking Plows, r L ' -- s : t Vulcan Chilled, R. R. TIME TABLE. BIuo Bird and New Ground Plows at Ij., H. & ST. No. 113 due at Ellmitch 8:32 p.m. reduced prices. W. Br ELLIS & BRO. No. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. County Farm Demonstrator Brow-de- r Ar. Irvlngton, .. 6:35 p.m. returned from RussellviUe Sun5:56 p.m. day, where ho was called on account Lv. Irvlngton Ar. Louisville .. 7:40 p.m. of tho death of his brother, Dr. Robt. 7 Lv. Louisville .. 8:35 a.m. W. Browder. No. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m: ' Mr. Sidney Williams has resigned Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. p. m. his position as head clerk of Iter's 1:04 Ar. Ellmltcl Grocery and left yesterday for Wal- ly, Tenn., where he has a position as M., H. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. commissary clerk. Bound, No. 115 South 8:45 a. m. Duo at Hartford After April 1st you will bo fined If North Bound, No. 114 you allow your 'chickens to run at 5:55 p. m, large. U. S. Carson has a car load of Duo at Hartford fBoth "Mixed Trains.) the best poultry wjre. Also a car of American Wire Fencing for the Held 39tf Mr. W. H. Parks was in Owensboro fence. Wednesday. West Kentucky Tho undefeated enMr. C. V. Bollng, of Shreve, was in Seminary basket ball team will team gage tho champion town Monday. Louisville at Beaver Dam SaturMrs. H.TTTaylor visited relatives of day night. This will bo a scorcher. . In Lexington this week. See It. Call at Ellis Milling Co. and see Get out your last year's fishing vessels. tho Aluminum cook was in Lou- tackle. Go to tho River and try It Judgo John U. Wilson awhile, then come by Petty's and got isville Tuesday and Wednesday. a mess of those fresh Reel Foot Lako Miss Maud MaddoxTof "Beaver Dam cats and buffalo. Fresh shipment in Is the guest of Mrs. W. C. Blanken. Saturday,, shlp. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter, Mr. Mr. Alvls Bennett returned to Loua visit to rel- and Mrs. T. H. Black, Sheriff and isville Thursday, after Mrs. S. O. Keown, Messrs. P. B. atives here. Taylor and Berry Taylor attended Mrs. Dudley Ford and" daughter, the funeral of Mr. W; PALeach at Miss Lorena, left Wednesday, after Liberty Wednesday. a visit to Mrs. Frank May. LexingW. NOTICESeeEclTltl'affor garden Col. George notedBain, of Kentucky orahauling. Prices ton, Ky.,, the breaking and general at college hall, tor, will right, satlafactlqn guaranteed. 38t4 Fordsvllle, lectureat 8 p. m Monday Ky., Dr. T. b7Renfrow, of Livermore, evening, April 3. Subject "If I ...- .t ,r relatives In Dundee i. 39tl Could Live Life Over." Hartford the latter'part of last and Reports from Mr. Garfield Barnard, week. returned to whp has been dangerously HI a his Mr. ATM. Klnkheaa home'ln Millport for several days, InCentral City Tuesday, after a visit dicate that he Is some better. Whllo and center to relatives In Hartford suffering from complications rheumafnwn. tism Ib Mr. Barnard's worst allmeut. By usinFEllla' Blue Ufbbon Flour Mr. W. D. Moore returned to Now you can stock, your kltcnen wu cook vessels at wholesale York Monday after a visit to relatives Aluminum Ho In Hartford and Ellzabethtown. tirlces. iteedy returned to was accompanied to Louisville by his Mrs. Vernon father, Mr. W. H. Moore, where tlfe Rockport Wednesday, after a short operaMartin and latter 'submitted to a minor vjslt to Misses Maurlno tion. Oorln Flener. boy Roy Gabbart, Postmaster H. 11. Martin was called preacher, will preach at the Baptist on to Cromwell yesterday afternoon Church In Hartford Wednesday night. account of the Illness of bis mother, This young Owensboro jfilnlster Is Mrs. JI N. Martin. 4 I. .. Ill ... The Hostess Who Interrupts. Somo of tho kindest and best of women are so occupied with planning for our creafuro comfort they almost forget to attend to our conversation. This inattention, however praiseworthy its cause, is not flattering. fwas once at tablo with a foreign missionary who was being .entertained at Sunday dinner In the hospitable and kindly house whero I was staying at tho time. This missionary had traveled much and had many th'rlll-lngl- y exciting and some amusing stories to tell us. But our hospitable hostess was anxious that her visitor should eat a really good dinner. She enjoyed his stories, but always wlthone eye on his plate. Just as we were all eagerly listening for the most enthralling bit of one adventure came an interruption from our hostess, who aduresed her husband reproachfully across the tablo: "John, you're neglecting Mr. Blank, I'm sure he would take a little more meat If you asked him." Then, after tho recital of a little story to which, I thought, she had seemed to listen with somo Interest, alio murmured, absently: "Yes, very nice, wasn't It?" And then, with forvor: "But do let me persuade you to have somo frultl" It really was amusing to watch the I did facu of that poor missionary. so wish It had boon possible to take aslJ.c my hostess one of tho kindest women wbo ever lreathed and tell her thut tho dear, good man would be infinitely la.'.ne? if she'd only allow hui t eat ivss and talk more. It's a good thine; to have a passion for the truth.but a hostess may make if s1j her gmssts feel Into IIih habit cf correcting each B slight luaci:ruiy that crops up in the little sMrle tolc ! members of isr family and friends A hmiso I know, where live tun3 charming slstors.ls quite given over t this habit Two of the sisters an tM'ivs and hae mrried daughters woh often visit this homo with thufr at their tabli cut. iron The oftm find them; f pes. feeling distressed and uncomfn table, for '.!." conversation Is punctuated by corrections Interposed by one sister and another In the interest of truth. For instanco, we are quito carried away by a description of a country walk given by one of the daughters. It is almost possible to see the wonderful purple haze of the bluebells In the distance and to glory In the golden splendor of the landscape when suddenly comes Aunt Mary's gentle interruptlo'n: "My dear, not I'm sure Harry said it five miles. was only three to tho corner of the wood." This habit of putting people right Is-- an annoying one and should be avoided sedulously by the tactful hostess. Tho friends gathered round our table want to hear the little 'story: they don't really care when It happened or Just how "far away tho, scene was set. uf-st- b tion. Tho decision of the court of .appeals now settles the question as to tho validity of the election, and the sale of bonds to construct roads and bridges in Daviess county. The only remaining thing Is for the fiscal court to proceed with sale of bonds and make preparation for tho construction work that will be outlined at the meeting of the court on April 4 , next. The decision of the higher court in affirming Judge Slack was fully expe$ted by tho attorneys representing Gatton, who brought the suit in behalf of himself and other taxpayers of thq county to enjoin the Issual of the bonds, and by a number of other leading atorneys at the bar who had on former occasions expressed the opinion that only a majority vote, was necessary, as it was claimed during the campaign prior to the election- held last June. This question was practically settled in a decision rendered In a case from Fayette county several weeks ago, In which the court undertook to point out the law and construction of the statute governing the holding of elections pertaining to bond issues. Fiscal Court to Act. In speaking of the final decision, County Judge Lancaster stated this afternoon that he was glad that the case had been settled,, as It envolv-e- d a question over which there seemed to be a difference of opinion among tho best legal talent. Judge Lancaster stated that when the fiscal court met In April, he expected that everything pertaining to the selling of the Sonds" and the amount of money to bo expended thl3 year would be threshed out before the court adjourned. "Under the law," said Judge Lancaster, "the court may expend $600,000 for road purposes and sell bonds to that amount, us the people voted on that proposition. Tho. rate of interest that the bonds will heart will also be determined, and the bonds may mature any time after five years from the date of their Issue and before the expiration of 30 years." The court will probably advertise the bonds for sale.whlch Is customary in cases of this kind, and Judge Lancaster and the members of the court wll expect a nice premium on the bonds, there being a great demand for them at this time among Spring Shades and Materials that has ever been assembled under one roof. 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. COMING AREN'T YOU? IIS, CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky, .. Attention - Farmers! 4 eastern capitalists. Judgo Lancaster said that he did not know how much money would be spent this year, but that he did no believe It would be more than $200,000. The roads to bo Improved will also have to be determined at tho meeting of the fiscal court. .Owensboro Inquirer. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. (By J. H. Thomas.) We quote you carload prices on Drain Tile. Note Prices as follows: . 25c per rod, weight 140 lbs. to rod . . .., .,. ... ... . 4 Inch, 35c per rod, weight 192 lbs. to rod 5 inch, 45c per rod, weight 221 lbs', to rod 6 inch, 75c per rod, weight 312 lbs. to rol 8 inch, If you will wrlteu, giving your railroad station, we will tell you what the freight per rod will be. We will secure the lowest pos', sible freight rate. Let us figure out the cost of a carload for yau, delivered at your depot. Wrlto us a postal card, and our 'price will come to you by first mall. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Incorporated FORDSVILLE, KY. Jake Wilson, Mgr. , and history of the old and prqmlnent million people never heard families would'mnke mighty Interest ing reading for the present and fuof the changes. ture generations. The moving picture show Is the most patent agency developed In Agree with thine adversary quickly modern times for recasting popular while thou art in the way with him, character. It's Influence as an especially If he is strickler for plant- impressing force should be , lng potatoes In the moon. The most safeguarded by a sensible but strict forceful argument won't convince censorship. him, and then It will make him feel good. With a line 1800 miles long, distinguishable for the greater part only If our boy knowingly enters our by steel posts, the problem of policing neighbors houso In the midst of a the Mexican border is apparent. family row and Is struck by a stray rolling pin we will not seek redress Since Noah's flood no such patast-roph- e with a meat axe. t has cursed the earth as the present European war. The best opinion Is tho European war will result In a draw. It Is well Whatever their prestige at'home it will be so. The tremendious sacname com- rifices resulting In no advantage to Theodore Roosevelt's mands more respect in Europe than any of the nations will discourage that of any other, American citizen. future conflicts. but perhaps three fourths of Its four-hundr- ed If the profligate waste in America kitchens was conserved all the hungry of the nation could be bountifully fed. The most laconic summing up of the phtlosophy of human conduct, is declaration, "The the scriptural Wages of Sin Is Death." v of the condition Tho wretched World's fcoor can never be corrected succeeds ttye presuntil ent wasteful system of competition. But the lime Is not'yet ripe. What boots it to the soldier who sleeps beneath the debris of the battle's wreck how turns the tattle's tide. He has played with death and lost. 1 It Is predicted that when the European war is over and tho fires of The season for the rural picnic hate, are burned out there will kindle with Its Incidental killings will soon from the dying embers a religious be upon us again. the awakening that will astonish world. The United States government obligingly sends its army Into Mexico Notwithstanding the well advertis- to punish Carranza's enemies for ed celestial triumph of the lowly him. Lazarus bjs type Ms still the despised of earth. Defore tho old men now living, whpse memories run back close to O, dove of peace! How few the na- the early settlement die off, we should tions now shadowed by thy wings. bo glad to seo an Ohio county historical society organized to produce a n years history of the county to run serially Within tho last China has changed its form of gov- through one of our county papers. ernment from an empire to a republic The story of the early settlement of from republic back to an empire and the towns, the history of the old is now changing it back to a republic, churches and lodges, and tho origin half-doze- Of that mighty army whose measured tread shook tho earth in the tragic sixties but a small rear guard remains. Then while we may let us cheer the faltering footsteps, of this honored few of that vast concourse whose valor sealed all the stars upon our country's flag. - NOTICE. Pay your Tuxes now and avoid the penalty. 1IOOKEH WILLIAMS, Collector. 1 ' For Bale. An invalid chair, Apply office. , at this 39t?. FARM DEPARTMENT J ; Turkic.. Many farmer,- or rather the farmer's wife or dnughtcr, hatch tho Jlrst laying of turkey egga under chicken hens while tho turkopr will lay another nest of eggs, sit and hatch the sec. - Siicccsjk' With ' Many mako a success of this mcthod.but moro make complete Farm failure says Charles MfcCfaVo-land Home, as the, young poults are usually supplied with grain foods In Bomeform which nro entirely foreign to their natural supply in a wild state they 'become, lnfcctdd with Hfo from the chicken hen which, with Improper food, causes complete failure. By this method tho grower Is feebly trying to work entirely ngalnst natural conditions oi the turkey If .the Intending i grower must hatch with chicken hens, uso insect powder freely, for tho first threo weeks of Jncubatlon. Never use insect powder on the young poUlts when first batched, as it will prove fatal. After hatching with tho chicken hen, Isolate ben and brood away from the chicken to dry and sunny place, and after ri 30 hours old give a-- ration of jictrrf. nntmcal and bread crumbs, alVq tread, soaked In sweet niiv, wfifai'in.ifnvii old Add crack-- . ed wheat and a limited amount of cracked 'corn, cottage cheese, and, In fact, a Httlo. of everything they will eat, but do not confine in close quarond lot. hard-tmiiii- analyzo tho various factors having to do with tho success or failure of that business asit is found conducted oiw tho Individual farm, andc Insofar as possible to'tletcrmlno tho. bread out standing' factors for efficiency which admit of general application for a region. decades th6 agricul, In 'pre'ous tural Investigator (largely concerned himself with tho study tit how to ac complish certain, onds, how ,best to feed a pig or a cow; now uesi io riusu potatoes or fruit. Tho farm management Investigator Is concerned with determining whether 'to kcep'fcows or pig's ;vwhctli?r. to, raise fruit or potatoes; and, If an Industry is found to bo desirable, to what extent it should enter into tho' farm voranlza-tioIt and jvlth what Intensity All of these should bo pursued. problems have In the'nggrcgato been solved by the farmers! Farm management Is merely a Science for classifying and interpreting tho collective efficiency in farming. n, MUHLENBERG TO GET r Animal matter must bo supplied for the young, poults, for tho first six weeks or onger it 'possible, which can be provided in the form of ground ters. 1. e 1 H J' I U 1 i beef scraps, beef live'r cooked and chopped fine and fed in small quan- application. Basic slag Is noted as tities. giving better results In a wet season than in a, dry. ,,. Liquid manure was Some Pointers On Groumllilniq'K found! to give excellent' results with Farmers Wh'o contemplate, thei us- all hay' crops' In both wet,and dry ing .of ground limestone In the im seasons. ,, , provement hi ,'thelr soils 'will dp well 'With potatoes, the best, results to begin their planning now. There were obtained by the use. of 100 seems to be little doubt that the best pounds of sulphate oi! ammonia, 400 wato.use limestone Is to apply it a pounds of superphosphate and 100 year or two ahead of the .clover; pounds of muriate of potash In the which it is expected to benefit more row In connection with a moderate than any other cropjn tho rotation, lise.of "barnyard manure. '. " according (to authorities atl the Ex ' '''Experiments in the 'use 'of seaweed . periment Station at the rate of fifteen tons per acre place to as a It seems that fertilizer for potatoes showed apply limestone in the rotation is on that '"weight for weight," seaweed the ground to be planted to corn. The seldom produces as heavy a crop of cultivation of the corn helps to dis- potatoes, as does .farmyard manure; tribute the material more, thoroly in muriate of pofash generally has less the soil, which Is an Important effect when used with seaweed than Limestone will usually when applied with drug; seaweed increase the yield of corn on land gives the best results on light soils thai is in need of lime. and possibly in a dry season. On5landdeficient in phosphorous, limestone amli phosphates used Grain Mixtures Compared. generally1 maybe expected to c 'In an' experiment carried on by the give 'inore profitable results than Pennsylvania station to determine either used alone.. whether there was any appreciable The fact that the use of limestone difference In milk yield due to the' or any Ifertilizlng materials giyo a character of the feeds,.when so mixed profitable increase should' not lead, as to have the. same protein to energy, the farmer to believe their use. 'suf- ratio 'but derived- - from different ficient focmalntainingfthe fertility of sources, six lots of three cows each the soil; were fed durlrTg three' periods of Catch, crops and cover crops of fourr weeks' each by ' the reversal cowpeas, crimson' clover, vetch and method, three different grain mixrye should be used where practicable tures having the same ratio ot proand all tho manure and litter of the tein to energy. The greatest differfarm should be saved, for, the largest ence lri milk, yield for' the periods problem of the Kentucky farmer is covered was of a pound of the maintenance of vegetable matter milk per cow per day, In the next Increased (humus) and nitrogen. of a pound, and In the yield due to the, uso of limestone and third of a pound per cow fertilizers should mean increased per day. In other words, for all vegetable matter returned to tho soil. practical purposes one mixture was It is a mistake to wait, until seed as efficient as another In this experi ing time to make plans for the use of ment, so far as milk yield was con ' limestone and fertilizers. ' cerned, but there was a marked. difference In cost of energy per 10 The Five-CeErr. pounds in tho several mixtures. Wo would like to see new-lai- d Tho least expensive mixture was eggs, from well fed, well kept hens, corn and cob meal, cotton-see- d meal, selling at 5 cents each at retail the distillers' dried grains, and gluten year around. It is a reasonable price feed 4.25:1:3:1, having a ratlolof and one that delivers unusual value protein to energy of 1:5 and costing for the price, says the American, Poul- per 100 pounds of energy ?1.79. try Journal. If tho value of eggs as food was properly appreciated, If the State of Ohio. City of Toledo, I .. Lucas County, i . buying public understood tho worth Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he as of an egg from flocks kept under sani- senior partner of the nrm of F. J. Cheney Todoing tary conditions and fed on wholesome & Co., County business In the City of 'and ledo, and State aforesaid, sum they had more confidence, in that said firm will pay the each ot ONE foods, if and evHUNDRED DOLLARS for the quality of eggs, and producers ery, case of Catarrh that cannot be cured generally know moro about what it by the use ot HALL'S CATARRH CURB. FRANK J. CHENEY. d subscribed In Sworn to before costs to produce eggs, wo .believe my presence, this 6th day of .December,, ' comparatively A. D. 1888. that it would be a (Bea!) A. COBy matter to get .GO cents a dozen SKPSSSk Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally eggs tho year around, new-lai- d for and acts directly upon the blood and muIn an article "On the Trail of the cous surfaces of the Byatem. Bend for . testimonials, free. Cc Egg," in the Sunday Magazine, E. F. J. CHENEY A CO, Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. I. Farrlngton says: Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. "Eggs at $1 a dozen or even, more pre not beyond the range of. possibiliParadoxical Content; ""I feel safe from accident on this ties unless poultry tkeepcrs learn to ' coax moro eggs out of their bens, train." "Sixty conts a dozen has come, to "Why so?" be considered a fair winter price, for, "Because it is in charge of an eneggs, Certainly they cannot, be sold gineer who has tho reputation of beone." Baltimore ing' a wreckless for les at a profit, Five cents wo the price of a street car ride, American. a milk shake, or a cheap cigar. Oddly A Specific Against Colds. enough wo cheerfully flip the coin over the. cigar counter or bar, but it Tho nearest thing to a specific sticks to our fingers when wo buy an against colds is a sleeping porch or egg. Yo(u, however, who mcr.oly grum-bl- o open bed room and, a cold spongo at the price, know nothing about bath every morning when you ,fl,rst the difficulties involved in tho progot' up.-- Even then you will occa-- i duction of that egg, clean, and guaranteed not over two days slonally take a ,cold, especially when colds are epldemie, and when, you, old." do you will find Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy a great help in enabling you What Is Farm Management! "Farm management" considers to' get rid ot it. Try it.r Obtalnai. m 'farming as a business. It attempts to bio everywhere. tthe-logichs nt me-annon-fertile Experiments With Fertilizers. " ex As, h. result of several years' perlments In fertilizing meadow hay, conducted by, an agricultural station in Ireland, It was found that applications 'of Iten tons of barnyard, manure per acre gave satisfactory results.but good 'returns 'were also obtained from 'the. use, of; ltfO pounds at nitrate of soda, 20,0 pounds of superphosphate and 200 pounds of kalnlt per acre. The superphosphate and kalnlt were applied together' before the end of February, and. the nitrate at the end of March or early In April. The application of kalnlt in the fall often gave. ,belter fields, but not sufficient to warrant the cost of the separate happens; and ing, as occasionally "apparitions of the dead" or phantoms' which have appeared long after the death of the person symbolized. 'There are ttius these three broad classes of "ghosts" to begin with. arose, therefore, The question might not all these cases be explained by some underlying cause which is the same in all cases? We now believe that they can to a very large extent, But to make plain what this cause is, we shall have to digress for a moment to. explain another" factor Involved in our problem. ' This is telepathy, or thought transference. Most people now believe i' that telepathy between living people FOR FLETCHER'S takes place on occasion, and, If they don'(t believe It, 'they are referred to I, the records, wh'erd proof is to bo .V ffcund (tho proceedings, of tho S. P. ARE GHOSTS REAL OR JUST MENTAL ILLUSIONS? R.). If you think of, a playing card, for instance, the ace or hearts, the Impression will see $ There is a deeper and more wide- recipient ot the ghosts ,at the pres- the ace of hearts if the experiment is spread belief In ent day than at any time since sclen- - successful. It takes visual form In hte! .inind. It is a' hallucination a line, meinous oi imniung came into Its ori-gl- q force, in spite of the opinion of the i mental picture yet It owes mind, external to it to another mat sucn tilings are "pure rubbish" and that "medi- self. It is subjective, yet at tho objective. It is a real cal science" has shown them to bo same time thing, yet does not interfere witli tho nothing moro than "popular supermechanical laws of our world. stitions." ' ya believe, that much, tho same This you may really prove by a among your thing takes place, in apparitions of census preliminary friends. If you qupcstlon them you th'S living, of the dying and of the will be surprised to And how many ot dead.i In cases of apparitions of tho them hayo had some experience of living one mind Influences another' In the kind, though they may not care sleep,- trance, in ill health or for reato. have It known, especially if you sons as yet undetermined, and the recipient of the apparition , sees tho are not sympathetic. this person, as previously But nearly everyono has had some figure-o- f saw, the vision oMhe playing, card. sort of occult or strange experience he In his or her life, if you question In cases of apparitions of the dying, them deeply enough, and this fact some mental energy, seems liberated, waa brought out by the startling facilitating this telepathic Impulse' census taken years ago in England, from mind to ,min,d. And In cases when it was mathematically shown of; apparitions of, thq deacj ghosts thht about 10 per cent ot tho aver-ag- o proper this teiepathjc impulse is population had had some expe- supposed to emanate from the mind rience of this character. This Is as- offtho"dead" person, Bt'li livfng and tonishing, but it is a fact. Ghosts active, however, tin another siier'e.i have, so to say, received the indorse- but yet able, to Influence the mind of a friend or relative yet, ajive . and ment of science to some extent.! (But in this saying that ghosts ex- cause him or her tp see ,tl)e vision ist I must not be understood to say ofi thp departed one. In all cases that, the .ghost, of tradition is with us the apparitions, aro of telepathic orial gin. stjll. The ghosts which wer,e In-similar way .mysterious voices Beings and paraded about in Exsheets, .clanking chains behind, them, and touchinga are explained.. thought transference has are no omre. Their place has been perimental taken by a moro etherel being, by a shown us; that a name, a sensation, creature which even our science can ademption, a sensory Impression of. accept. Thus, when I say that ghosts' any k,ind,, can. D0. transferred from exist, or that such things as haunted mind, tq mind almost as easjly as a houses certainly exist, we must un- visual imago. It all depe.nds upon derstand what we mean ,by these the form the phantasmas Impression terms and ask ourselves tho ques- takes. For Instance, we can "will" tion, "What is a ghost?" And tlie,8ubject to hpar the. word "moth-o?- " spoken, apd ho. will bear it; or "what. Is a haunted house?" I say that such things as haunted that he shall feel a- - grasp on his et there do not pretend right, arm, and ho will, houses exist, but as that material phantoms walk tabput was no. real external Bound-T-Buc- h such houses, tormenting the inmates would be recorded by a phonograph no- - real material, hand which' and making their lives miserable, But thati there, are certain peculiar grasped his. inquire here i The reader ,may welj influences at work in some localities which cannot bo accounted for no how Auch a tbfpg is posslble-ho- w pne would .deny whq has, much expe- science .explains, the actual mechanirience with thesq phenomena pr whe- sm.' ,t'w6rl In the pr.qdctyon ot lms hlmseir lived in, a "haunted, phantasmal experiences of.thla character. A diagram will help to make house" for any length, of time, Before I can answer or define ac this clear. Bowling Green Monday. I Miss Margaret (Jolvin, the county muse, announces that another free clinic will be. held in Greenville on Thiirsday and Friday, March 36 and 31. Everybody In tho county who lias any eye trouble, should attend this clinic and get expert opinion (on the1 subject. No charge is made either for advice or, treatment. Miss Colvln is doing splendid work both in eradicating trachoma and treating tuberculosis scientifically In Muhlenberg county, and deserves trrfrnt- rrprllr- fnr lipr rnnRrlnnHmm r' ,. .. ' curately and simply tho modern scientific conception ot n "ghost" a few preliminary facts must bo stated. TRACHOMA HOSPITAL When tho Society for Psychical Research began collecting its material it soon found this remarkable fact: Thiit, of tho ghost stories collected, GOVERNMENT rnEPAKIXO ' TO the great majority of them seemed FOUND TWO TRACHOMA SAM- to hinge upon the moment ot death TAKIUMS IN CO. SOON. Most of tho appartltlons which Wcro seen were found to correspond, in point ot time, with' the dtnth ot tho tho Washington, March 18. Two ad- person represented. .Perhaps seer might only have experienced a ditional hospitals for tho treatment ease of this character once in his of trachoma patients will soon be esyet that once was found to tablished In Kentucky, one in Muh- lifetime, very rcmarkablo lenberg county arid the other in But- correspond, In a A. T. manner, with a distant and tragic ler county, if tho efforts of Dr. McCormack, secretary of the Ken- event. Tho question, ot bourse, at once tucky Stato Board of Health, who was in conference today with Surgeon arose, are these cases due to chance? General Rupert Blue, ot the United One might tie, perhaps a dozen, a States Public Health Service, are suc- score, but when the coincidental cessful. Ho is greatly Interested In cases began to mount into tho hunthe pending bill which provides for dreds tho theory of coincidence had the appointment of forty moro sur- to be strained to the utmost to make ' geons in the Public Health Service. it work. It fact, when it was math ematically figured out It was found "If! llils bill Is enacted, I am assured the two additional trachoma hospit- that the chances were millions to one als will vbe established In Kentucky,'' ngalnst this great number of cases happening at the supreme moment said, tho health officer. they did. Several; hundred such cas'Latest reports show there aro cases of trachoma In Muhlen- es were published In a book entitled which berg county and 800 In Butler. "Tho "Phantasms of the Living," people of Jefferson county and those made a great sensation at tho time. But tho cry was at once raised: of Henderson, Paducah, Owensboro and other cities have already eradi- "Too few cases! Your point is not Some 30,000 cases ot cated trachoma' said Dr.- McCor- yet proved." all kinds were then collected. Theso mack. to the test, and it was again Dr. John McMullen, Public Health were put proved mathematically that the Surgeon at Lexington, has clone against possible coincidence much In fighting the disease, and his chances hypocases of were so huge as to render that records show that 1,000 Thus thesis all hut Inconceivable. trachoma In Kentucky aro treated wns committee Prof. Sldgwick's each month. But 1,200 new cases forced to tho following conclusion: develop each month In the State, and "Between deaths and apparitions prompt Federal help is needed to excurb tho disease. Experience has of tho dying person a connection years to ists which is not due to chance alone. shown that It takes three w'o hold as a proved fact." eradicate trachoma from a county; Thus cases of this "Xow coincidental hosThere are now threo trachoma pitals iii Kentucky. They are at type aro called "apparitions of the Hiildman, London and Jackson. Dr. dying," to distinguish them from the living" that is McCormack, 'who 'is staying at the "apparitions of the Hy'here, will return to figures appearing' of peoplo still Cosmos, Club ' 2,-0- 00 ' professional HOTEL f P0WMTAN .WASHINGTO Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law ' HARTFORD, ICY. practice his profoBtUoii Ifli UiUt and adjoining counties. ComniorclsJ and Crbiinal Practice a Specialty WU1 iL El.Or AMERICAN ID(Al5 - T. WADB8TIIATTO.V OTTOC. MA11T1N Croriirtl,Ky, Hart lord,. K J, yz' ,lut.v It irBrrinIthrhMrIctJ J0untrpnn.'f g) r ? xlB'"a7ltrwbt'food abound, thPpjfaUaJiMtejth bouls STRATT0N Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. & MARTIN , Will practloo their profession in this and djolnlng counties. Collections, Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt and vlgoroaty Spoclalty. service. Notary in offlco. colleges. , .'TSe TowIiln1i tefineo'. ex clutirf, and mtful. Its excellent location on Pennsylvania, Avenue, 18th and II Slreets, make! it a deiirabte headquarters lor bridal" couples, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and m 0.ETAYL0R.C.E;: Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. . The Powhatan attraets'ttie) and reople oi culture Stale,education, War and to Navr Departments, also to many points, of historical Interest, make this hotel especially attractive to s.discriminatlng - pub- , . '" .l ' lic , - 42.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, S2.S0. IJ.00 and up. VTnle lot, Booklet with rospi CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. ThVPowhatan'"offra "'rooms' with detached bath at 11.50. DRV0.E. HART VETERINARY SURGRCiN BEAVER DAMi KY. Ofllce Jdana(ert fl)lllllHII)l)IIIHHHII.mUlliH& James Taylor's Livery Unrn. & :J3L . I promptly obulMd Is Tnaot-MAnK- S . 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Jl 1 M T, LARGE WARffllfRAGT BBB, CR Try itybiirseSf rnau'bh as to how delightful Prince Albert' really is,smoked in a jimmy pipe or.rolled into, ! the best makin's cigarette you ever ' ', ' i i '' message For, Prince Albert ha3 a wonderful and makin's peace for every of pipe-peawill revolutionize your srrioke ideas ' man. It and ideals. The patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch! set-fire-- FOR DAVIESS COUNTY HOCK lnfor-- J It Always Helps j hi if you want personal arid positive SPRINGS DISTILLEBV TO KlillllJ ...W. JJIlltltUJJt VTA' ALCOHOL yOK FRANCE. h N to ce h r r PRINCE tt. stf fc &,. JJ.. i H " Jfrrnol.li Albeit the national joy smoke long-burnin- Col. Abe Hlrsch, president of thtf Itock Springs Distillery company, has accepted a contract to manufacture 25,000 barrels of alcohol for export Jo Franco. The alcqhol, purchased, through a Chicago ngency.will be used in French brandies, cordials and light liquors. The contract-amount- s to about $700,000 aniLls one of the biggest orders landed by any' 'distillery' In the state. The flock Springs company", with, several other similar contracts, has, ilready begun putting In tho equip;inent to carry on tho work, This one contract win mean mat ine adultery will mash 4,000 bushels of grain every 24 hours, for about three m6nlhs and a half. It will call for life purchase of approximately 500,000 bushels of grain, at a cost of about ;? 400.- ' 000. i - says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., irr writing of her experience with, CarduL the' woman's ' tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use' Cardul, my; back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the, pain would kill me. I was hardly able' to do any of mhduseWork; After taking three bottles'' of CarduK I began to feel like anew woman. I soori gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,' i as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give i The Woman's Tonic . and it always does me good." . Headache, backache, side ache, nervousnesst tired, worrMJut feelings, etc.,' are sure srgns of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the womaa's Ionic, You cannot make a mistake in frying Cardul for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years, ;, AM1 1 41 a trial. I still use Cardul when I feel a little bad, l .... it 13 mighty easy to get acquainted with. You'll like every pipeful or cigarette better than the last because it is so cool and g. fragrant and You'll just sit "back and pcndar Why you have kept away from such joy 'us smokings for so long a time ! Men wetcll you Prince Albert is all we claim for it. You'll understand just how different our patented process makes Prince Albert quick as you smoke it I flu Prtnem Albert everywhere tobacco te telJt In toppyred bag'. Set tidy red lin$. 10c; handsome pound and half poand tin humidors and in pound crystal-glas- s humidors with spontomotttcner tops that keep the tobacco in such prime condition " is bo friendly to your tongue and taste that'1 Workmen have already begun the installation of the additional, machinery, for which more than, $50,-00- 0 has been expended. A nevnr column, kettlo still, seperaters, formen-ter- s, pumps, engines, slop dryers and a 250 h. p. marine boiler are included in the additional equipment. The contract, for the barrels has already been let, the. order amounting to ?70,-000. Get a Bottle Today! J tS M M' g'M HE W 3E W WW M ca it ' I i v u Hr. casks win rrai) "Pnxtu C.l.ot.d Xtk. 1W7." vMck lui Bid. lAw i r:e Oe lit rmrM sUU el ltd lUr rJ (U J! nnI R. .. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- m, N. C V.trs'one sm..4 UIm It is expected that the distillery can begin on the contract by August 1. A bigger force of workmen will be necessary and the plant will run night and day. With the Rock Springs mashing grain at the rate of 4,000 bushels a day, tho supply of liquid feed found of such value for the feed of hogs will bo greatly Increased. It Is thought certain that the manufacture of alcphol will continue In the .same magnitude under contracts now In sight. Inquirer. fl3H.Seri5kJ i&xMLHEmWZr &?tP!p Hmsmfef' ,ul1 of life and action, filled with the 1 tire of fine inspiration and followed 1 by 250 short stories of adventure, 1 , will make t I ffieYOUTtrS COMMION c WHY THE WOLF it paid no attention to them. Round "get those logs going again! We've the narrow lower path it scumbled, lost enough time already." Youth's and on reaching the narrows" which Companion. - Better Than Ever in 1915 if wero now free of logs, It plunged in. FREE The rushing current carried it down WAS the, river, but it gained the" other shore at last and lay down, panting. "Now, boys, cried Mordaunt, "the HAD TUT UP A GAME FIGHT AND wolves will follow the path the deer AVON ADMIRATION OF took! Gather a lot of rocks' and WOODSMEN. spread .yourselves along the path. When tho wolves are past me I will give the signal. Then let go the stones. .After that you can go to them DEER ESCAPES THE PACK with the pike. Don't let one get CASTOR Always bears the Signature of IA SET Short Story From The Youth's Com- punlon Shows Better Side of The llnrtly Logger. The earliest streaks of dawn were lightening the eastern sky when the creaking of the wlndlas and the rattle of chains announced that the men were drawing the stop logs from the d&m. K i i ii rr 1 With a grand flourish the last log was laid on the pjatform and the wa.great torrent of ter vent foaming down the slide. Thou tho boom that held back the lop s was drawn aside, and down they carao like a flock of sheep heading for the fold. Dy sixes and sevens they plunged into the pool below, rising again In tho swift torrent at various angles; then circling madly round until at last they made their way through the narrows and on water. Only the leader of the pack was down tho river. Dave Mordaunt, thoforeman, whis- loft alive. He had ben knocked intled gayly as he watched tho logs to tho water by a stone, but had pass, Dut suddenly ho saw with un- managed to gain a footing on two easiness that the men stationed at logs that were floating close togeththo narrows could not keep the logs er. As the logs drifted apart, he nw ing fast enough. A Jam was be- mounted tho larger, on which ho crouched, a picture of abject fear. ginning to form. "Shut her off," ho called, "and Tho log began to move slowly toNearer and nearTho, narrows ward tho narrows. hustle down hero! er It came to tho mighty mass of wanro choked!" The men swiftly swung out the ter pouring out through tho gorge. light boom and checked tho flow of Tho wolf' backed to the far end of logs. Then, shouldering their poles, the log and crouched thero, shivertho ten of them marched after their ing. "I hate, a wolf worse than poison," boss to tho lower end of tho bay. The path was merely a shelf In tho said Job Nelson, "but I can't see that face of tho cliff, which rose above it bruto scared plumb to death bofore for nearly a hundred feet. Ten feet being drowned," "Neither can I, Job," said tho forebolow was another shelf, tho lower liath. It was oven narrower aud man, "and he suro put up a good fight tor it." ' more slippery. Tho circling current brought tho Tho men loosened tho Jam, and tho ' logs once more hurried down tho log to a point just below where tha Then they shouldered tho men stood. stream With a spring, Job landed on the long poles again and started back lower path. Ho stretched out his tho dam. jup the path toward "Hark!" shouted the foreman, polo and drow the log and its frightholding up hls hand for silence. ened occilpant to the shore. Then ho FrQm their loft, above tho roar pf the quickly rejoined his comrades. "Now, boys," he said, "that begwater, came the yelping of a pack of . gar must pass you all. Anyone who 4 '''They aro after ajdeer!'' cried Don wants him can have him." , , "' i Realizing that he v was' free, the Ford Even os ho epoko the deer camo in wolf (eaped ashore and, slouched sight. It was hard pressed; clouds ajong.the, p(,U, with, oue oye.'on the Not a tyind was) raised Lot steam rose from1 Its panting Bljles, and its drooping head and protrud; against thlm,?jQn rswbflfhe dl m..lJi t.n .AmiimI ntV aurtf1no and ing tonguo showed' that It yraB com; -, - - disappeared from vlewv pletely exhausted. "Come, boys," Mid Dave sharply, cheered as It passed, but The men green-and-whlto The Aches of House Cleaning. The pain and soreness caused by and straining bruises, during housecleaning time are soothNo ed away by Sloan's Liniment. need to suffer this agony. Just apply Sloan's Liniment to the sore spots rub only a little. In a short time the pain leaves, you rest comfortably and enjoy a refreshing sleep. One grateful user writes: "Sloan's Liniment h through." worth Its weight In gold." Keep a The men made every preparation bottle on hand, use It against all and Bruises. to give the wolves a warm reception. Soreness, Neuralgia In a few minutes the animals appear- Kills pain. 25c at your druggist. 2 ed, six of them, running close together. As they reached the nar-no- w Growers Violate Agreements. path they fell Into single file Paducah, Ky., March 25. ArousAs ed because of the frequency with without lessening their speed.' they ran they gave occasional short which tobacco growers are alleged to yelps. have broken written pledges, buyers Their tongues were hanging out on the Paducah market have agreed and there was foam about their to enter suit against all farmers who mouths and gleaming teeth. Without fall to live up to signed contracts to an upward glance they ran in between deliver their tobacco. One suit has tho wall and the rushing, foaming already been filed, alleged many water. The warehousemen "Now for them!" Bhouted Dave, growers have signed contracts to a yell the men sent down a nVer their tobacco at certain prices shower of stones on the unsuspecting and later violated their agre ements pack. With howls of pain and sur by selling to other warehouses at prise tho wolves looked up and saw higher prices than those quoted In their foes. Down went their tails the contracts. and they tried to retreat; but they were In a trap. One by one they wero pushed oft Into the hurrying over-exertide-Wl- th For Infants and Children In Us For Over 30 Years fe&c SALE. Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page? Girls? Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science, Education.. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone in.tne Home, i here is no age limit, to enthusiasm for The Three Curreat Issues Free .Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION let ua tend you Thro Current Iiium FREE. Inclosa tM Coupon with your requwt. 52 Times a Year MASTER CO.ADHSSIONEIV8 Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky. magazines. T. H. Black, Plaintiff, , vs. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE R. P. Beck,f&c, Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and or- THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTH der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 1(12.75. rendered at the June term, 1915, In the above cause for the sum of $800.00, with Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 1st day of January, 1915, until pald.and costs herein, I will offer tor sale by public auction at the Court House door in Hartford, on Monday, the 7th day of April, 191C, about one o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six .'. months, the following described The Republican and Louisville Herald.. Those who subscribe now, sending $2 for tho 52 issue of THE COMPANION for 1915, will receive The Companion Home Calendar FREE. not 12. More good reading than you will get in any of the monthly n .'i OUR CLUBBING RATES. ..,.... fl.3t Globe-Democrat v ... men-ahoye- ". M i 1.75 Being a certain tract or parcel of The Reftblican and St. Louis land in Ohio county, Ky., known as .' 1.60 lot No. 3 In the allotment of the The Republican and Home and Farm lands of Joshua Maddox, situated in Ohio county, Ky., on the waters of The Republican and Inquirer ( 1.71 Little West Prong of Lewis Creek, and bounded as follows: 3.50 Beginning at a stone In line of The'Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 2 at figure 15; then W. 120 lot No. 3.50 poles to a red beech and two black The JttEPUBLicAN and Daily uwensDoro inquirer. to No. 4 at figure 16; The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k oaks, a corner O'boro Messenger 1.71 then with a line of same N. 40 poles corto a stone and small white oak, , 1.76 ner to lot No. 4 at figure 17; then The Republican and Kentucky Farmer with another line of No. 4 west 67 poles to a black oak, sweet gum and The Republican, and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30" white oak in one of the original 1.60 lines, and also corner to lot No. 4 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer at figure 7; then with said llne.N. GO poles to a post oak standing on a The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 1. 50 roqk another original corner at the ' letter E; then 187 poles to a larger poplar another original corner at Carried Safely Through Change the letter C, and corner to lot No. 2; then with line of same S. 100 poles of Life by Lydia E. Pinkham'a 100 containing to tho beginning, Vegetable Compound. The mineral acres, more or less. right had been sold to McIIenry Nashville, Tenn. "When I was going Coal Co., which land was conveyed through the Change of Lifo I had a tu to C. H. Chapman by G. B. L. MadTHE mor as largo as a dox and wife, July 31, 1907, and VER-LA- X deed book 8EWINQ child's head. The which deed Is of record In Clerk's ofCounty MACHHNK was 34, page 84, Ohio doctor said it fice. three years coming OF t Second tract. Also another tract MI'BF and gave me medi- of land In Ohio county, Ky., boundQUALITY.") cine for it until I ed ns follows: Beginning at a gate was called away post in south lino of A. C. Wake-lan- d from tho city for land on tho creek and running NOT lllllllk''r iiilll III some time. Of west with the Broadway Coal ComSOLD courso I could not pany, and A. C. Wakeland's lino to go to him then, so a sweet gum treo, A. C. Wakeland's UNDER ANY told corner; thence N. 48 poles to a my Bisterin-la3 poles? E. i. i mZ.Sf ' - me that she thought black gum;C7 thonco to a5 walnut and OTHER NAME. poles thence N. Feelirfeht all tho time. Don't lay off Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com two dogwoods; thence east to a from work for days by taking calomel pound would cure it It helped both bridge on keODB VO uiVinn nlonsnnfc the Creok; thenco with WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. the Change of Life and the tumor and tho creok on tha west side to the on your feet, while relieving your trou when I got homo I dU not ncal the doctor. beginning being all the land owned If you purchase tho NKW 1IOMK you will 10. outer iw, sum "pay y I took the Pinkham remedies until tho by A. C. Wakeland on the west have a Ufa asset at the price you pay, aud, will take anything else. You can't afford ays tumor was gone, the doctor said, and I side of tho creek: mineral aud coal not have an endleu chain of repair. it Eliminates poisons, cleanse A nat tern and relieves constipation. have not felt it since. I tell every one rights reserved and right to wort ural Remedy,, natural in ftsactioas. sure how I was cured, If this letter will and mine samo and same iana con In its effect and 'certain in results. It help others you are welcome to use it" veyed to Claude Chapman on April H I and CotuidJ won't bo long beforei tHVr-iwwi- ll Mrs. E. H. BEAN, C25 Joseph Avenue, 7, 1911, by A. C. Wakeland if tun- lr""" completely displace calomel In lever wife and 'which deod Is recorded In Nashville, Tenn. horae.v Children can, take it f reejy an) deed book 39, page 380, Ohio CounComLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable, with perfect safety, Every bottte guar ty Clef's Office, or sufficient thereof pound, a pure remedy containing th iinteed: 60c and $1 In bottles. 4 Noni jo produce the sums of, money orderwithout the Ukesesa and. sign? extractive properties of eoodold fash ed to be made. ?:nuina . K. prigahy Fpr ?to by iosed roots and herbs; meets the. needs ' The 'purchaser will be required to of wohmui's system st this critical period execute' boud with approved security Ky. em l.si Vf Immediately attar sale, Uyoa wuaatewlp machine, writ mt, March, 1916. If there Uaay sympteasja yoar This 16th day of' C. MARTIN. W Utat otlotfae before you paieliiYJ . OTTO taie which puzzles yea, write to 37t3 WW! MtWftl ri vuierum wiii-iL' Master Com'mUsloaer,! the LydU K. Plakbaw Medicine Heayrla & Kirk, Attorneys. la. Br. mmf talHpiO Met.' ' VW WWhJHHfl ro property, tQ-w- lt: HOW MRS. BEAN MET THE CRISIS f Address all orders to THE REPUPLICAN. USE LI V 1BH NEW For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. 2-- HOME S:ir. - uNIpB - i .M MWmtmmWKHm - - itii -- rimnli. ? Plaice Where Your Dolla The01,,. hr o . Buys Most! hard-earne- d ! nrlrec Wa caw ilia advanro rntnlncr and hnilfrht large stocks from hard-u- p manufacturers for the spot cash. The only question for you is, do you want all you can get for your money, or do you want to go on the old way, paying 25 per cent, more on time? We.sell more goods for less money than any . house in the .Green River country a fact that stands undisputed by all men. Would you like to save seme money? See us, rAiiltr VtrorTrhnrhr ic ibllriiKr nrlvanPfl. atlH-hllV f.nmP tflPtri at nlH Shoes and Oxfords. American Gentleman $4.00 and ?4.50 Oxfords, Gun Metal $2.08 Patent and Tan $2.48 Regular ?3.00 and $3.50 Oxfords 91.08 Regular ?2.60 and $2.75 Oxfords " QIAS Regular $2.00 Oxfords everywhere for $2.50, Elk Skin Work Shoes for Men, sold 1,n8 now Save 50c to $1 Other Shoes at lower prices to suit everybody. on every pair. Can fit any man, woman or child. The good old Reliable Overalls still Regular $1.60 Shirts Regular $1.00 Shirts Regular 76c Shirts 76c Union Suits '. 50c Neckwear 25c Neckwear . . v. . , 25c Suspenders .' Ladies' $1.00 Petticoats '. . Ladles' $1.50 Pottlcoats Bed Spreads, worth $1.50 Bed Spreads, worth $2.00 08c , ODc' Clothing. Biggest Stock and Lowest Prices. 48c ...., '. . .. .. '. - , 48c 37c 17c 10c 00c ,. Regular $18.00 and $20.00 Suits Regular $16.00 and $17.50 Suits All $12.60 Suits, now Tho $10.00 Suits can go at Boys' Suits, Odd Pants, Odd Coats carry them off and savo money. - 91.1.08 " ' .. ,08c any way you want 811.08 9 0.08 9 7.48 como and 08c 81.10 , at 08c 44c Extra special prices on all grades of Underwear for Men, Women and Children. See thfs line. When you come tp town don't make a mistake. Come straight to our House. Millinery. Every Hat Is trimmed by an experienced and Hat Artist.' If wo don't save you $1.00 to $2.00 on every Hat we won't ask you to buy. Best and fullest cut Work Shirts mad S Nelson Work Sox Dress Sox, Assorted Colors 25c Silk Sort .. . 8s 8c Ja T, VIM BEAVER DAM, KY prepared a memorandum urging Carranza to com to an early decision regarding the use of railroads In Mexico by American troops. Callc Everything how In Dry Goods, Skirts, Waists and Hosiery, Etc. Be yard lt)c Bring us your chicken money. ' f I not use his right to any extent in WAR NEWS the latter rounds. There was oc LATEST casionally an uppercut to Moran's IN BIG PRIZE FIGHT body or Jaw with that hand, but it lacked the punishing power shown Monday. in his training work. two Mevlro. Three Americans, The chief feature of Moran's bat- women and one man, werq killed CHAMPION tle was his gameness. Although he K.000 PEOPLE SEE Wednesday afternoon by Mexican DEFEND. TITLE IN TEN on Wil- raiders near Gibson's ranch, eight could make no impression ROUND BOUT AT N. Y. lard with his hadest swings he miles we3t of Columbus, according fought steadily and courageously to travelers who reached Douglas, under a hall of left Jabs and hooks Ariz., yesterday. A command of which battered his face and closed American troops Is said to have crossFacts Abbftt Big Fight fess Principals Willard and his left eye toward the end of the ed the border In pursuit. The town bout. Frank Moran. of Janos, on the march of tho expeThe Winner Jess Willard. ditionary force south, has been burnWillard Not Aggressive. How won On points. Several times Moran was dazed ed, presumably by Mexicans, It was Square Garden, by the champion's smashes, but reported at Columbus. New York. Reports from Gen. Pershing to Willard with the usual lack of agNumber of rounds Ten. gressiveness did not appear to try Gen. Funston yesterday stated that Amount of purse $71,250. part of the American troops were far particularly for a knockout. Willard's guarantee $47,500. was In south (of Casas Grandes and were in never The champion Moran's guarantee $23,750. danger from Moran's blows, al the neighborhood of El Oso, where Estimated attendance 13,000. though a number landed with crash-- 1 Villa is said to have fled after his Gate receipts $150,000. lng force on his Jaw and body. battle with Carranza soldiers at Referee Charley White, of Now Most of them.however, either were Gen. Funston said that his York. blocked, or avoided by the Kansas Information Indicated that a battle Decision Referee not permitted cowboy, who took full advantage of had either taken place or would to give decisions, but newspaper his great height and extraordinary within tho naxt fow hours. Gen. writers gave Willard the best of sev- -' reach. Gavira, at Juarez, said he had reen rounds, one to Moran and two ' ceived" positive information that the Clean Bout. even. and Referee Charley White said after attack of the Joint Carranza the bout it was one of the cleanest American forces would be made to.' New York, March 25. Jess Wit- -' at which ho ever officiated, and day. lard with his hardest swings he that he had to caution the boxers Sheriff Edwards, at El Paso, has world easily Frank Mo- only once, when Moran landed called upon Gov. Ferguson to call ran In a bout here to- dangerously low on Willard once in out the Texas National Guard t6 aid night. Willard was better on points infighting, but the blow wasv unin- in patrolling tho border. in every round except the third, tentional, and' did not appear seriousReports received In Washington which went to Moran by a narrow ly to distress Willard. from American Consul Letcher at" margin, and the eighth and ninth Thirteen thousand persons, In- Chihuahua City, stated positively which were even. cluding many women, paid 'approxi- that Gen. Herrera had not revolted' The conqueror of Jack Johnson mately $130,000 to see the bout. and taken the field against ' the ' claimed to have broken all the Americans. bones in tho back of his right hand ICeep Your Bowels Regular. during the slashing rally In the As everybody knows, the bowels Tuesday. third, and it was noticeable he did are the sewerage system of tho body, Washington tls United States. and it is of the greatest importance awaiting with some anxiety tho Investhat they move once each day. If tigation Into tho explosion that damyour bowels become constipated, aged the steamer Sustake a dose of Chamberlain's Tab- sex, and the sinking of the British Another Testimonial lets Just after supper an,d they will steamer Englishman. Tho possibilFor Obtainable ity of the breaking off of diplomatic correct the disorder. m relations with Germany is being diseverywhere. cussed in the event tho steamers aro WILLARD IS WINNER !SSSSSSSS$9S9SSS9$9SSS$( Dispatches received at El Paso in- - dicated that Villa was heading for familiar ground around San Andres, near Chihuahua City, where, It is stated, he might pick up numerous friendly bands under Reyes. His early capture is not thought probable. France. In successive waves the Germans were thrown into a great infantry attack on the Haucourt-Bethlncou- rt sector, but all their attempts were put down by the curtain fire of the French guns and artillery. There is still the roar of guns north east of Verdun. Flanders. On the British front In the St. Elol sector tho Germans opened fire on the forces holding tho ground gained Monday, the British artillery replying favorably. Russian Front. In the.Postavy re- CAUL. AND ' SEE AND Our Big Line of Spring Goods! ( Place-rr-Madlso- n 5 FOR MEN. WOMEN CHILDREN. Nam-iqulp- a. A big line on display. We have the most attractive Merchondise and price that we havo ever shown. Come in and see for yourself. I I gion of the Russian front Berlin reports the onslaughts Against "the German lines have been withstood, and that the attacking forces suffered casualties of 80,000 along the seven- - S Hub Clothing Co. KY, HARTFORD, QQWWSf&WWfXX&SSSSSG&Qi front. Thursday. Washington. Tho United States has determined. In view of Germany's continued submarine warfare without regard for American lives, to gather unimpeachable evidence, and unless Germany makes some reply that can be relied upon, to to combine the Incidents In one general, formidable indictment that will bring the entire Issue. Further subject to a clear-cu- t Information Is sought in connection with tho sinking of the Eagle Point, but the Sussex case Is to be made tho out-point- ten-roun- d i .. j ; cross-chann- el cardinal feature. Germany. CALUMET BAKING I ' A WORD TO THE POULTRY POOLERS OF OHIO COUNTY No one can doubt or dispute but that we have advanced the price on poultry in several different counties this year by pooling or collectively selling and we find that we have tho same thing to contend with when we try to combine tho other counties with Ohio, that wo had when we werq trying to fight the battle alone. We find that men who would not bid strong and othors who would not bind themselves to the contract at aH, aro now offering more on tho delivery days than tho pool sold for. I would like to ask why any man can not see through their motive. I urge all farmers and poolers to stand firm by the man that bid the highest and not sell your honor, your birthright, for the small sum of 20c to the hundred pounds of hens. You remember wh'at a hard fight we had whou we begun In this county? Cun't you see what wq gained by sticking to the pool then? So lot us stand firm and deliver the goods to the pool car, regardless of Now what the other peoplo offer. let us bo men of honor who will stand for our rights and principles men who will not sell their neighbors and friends at any price. To those who have never signed a pledgo will say that you can pool till the day you deliver, and then there will not be a cont collected from you. tThe per cent. Unpaid by the purchaser and this price Is net HENRY M. PIRTLE, to ou' County Sec'y, POWDER The President's Wedding" Cake was prepared by Mrs. Marlon Colo Fisher and Miss Pansy Uowon, botli of whom are known throughout tho United States as oxperts in Domestic Science woik. This Wilson - Gait Wedding Cako was worthy of the occasion In every respect. An infantry attack to the northwest of Vqrdun yesterday gave tho Germans additional' ground, including tho possession of tho northknown to have been torpedoed by a west portion of the village of Malan-cour- t. Further attempts to advance German submarine. GermanyltMjls said., will disavow the act if it Is wero stopped by the fire of tho French Threo counterattacks aro also said shown to have been commlttciL-b- y to one of lt submarines. President if have been repulsed. Wilson, however, will ' communicate a Russia. Tho heavy thaw which' the situation to Congress beforo takset in on tho Russian front rup-- i lips ing steps which might lead to a has not checked tho fighting thore, ture. and the Russians report scvgntl sucI'lunilers. The British Infantry cesses bvtr the Germans along tho stormed and took first and secondy Riga- - Dvlnsk front. ... a Hue trenches along a front of GOO (JOT EVEN WITH COBB. following their explosion of1 a yards, big mine. Berlin reports tho foss of trenches "only covering a front of 100 Friend He Hud Made Fun- or More yards, Than Turned the Tables. . - a neat retort from the lecturer, followed by a story apropos of the question, and on tho laughter und applaus tuns obtained Cobb would mnko a graceful exljt. After the Los Angeles lecture,, Cobb filled an appointment in a near city and Van Loan, still Smarting from his public humiliation at Cobb's hands, went along for company. The manager could not be prcsout, find In the emergency Cobb planted the closing question with Van Loan, rehearsing him several times. "When I put my hand up, so you ask mo 'Ara you going back?' Just that way, remember, because tho Wording of the question Is Important 'Are .you' going back7' And speak up loud." The lcctuxewas a great success, and at Its cl6se the question's came thick and fast. Finally there was a lull and Cobb, put his hand to his forohend and '.waited to make his snappy retort, but this was what came floating up from tho'back ot the house: "Whcrq do you go from hero?" . 4 Nqjlco, To HouseKcepers.-- -Buy Ellis Milling Co.'s Blue RibEvery sack contains a bon Flour. coupon which entitles you to a piece of Aluminum Ware nt Wholesale price. For Sale Real Estate! Good Residence. One of the best constructed dwelling housos in Hartford, Including garden and outbuildings. Excellent repair. Water In house. Owner moving lo other property. The salo prico of thfs houso and lot is $350 less than original cost. Call on or wrlto us for further particulars. Good Farm. We havo this week listed a 100-nc- re farm, 4 miles east of Beaver Dam. for sale. Hill und bottom land, 4 miles from Green River, 1 miles from fi churches, 1 mile from school, two story dwelling. Owner will not sell unless taken before crop season. Call or wrlto us for further Informa-- ' tlon. ' H ' Ut ? Calumet Baking Powder was used in its preparation and both the above named ladles heartily recommend Calumet Baking Powder for its purity, wliolosomeness, economy and never-fallin- g results. These ladles use Calumet exclusively In all their work. Award World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago; Paris Exposition, France, March, 1012. Received Highest .... v Irvln S. Cobb is a pratical Joker. Last winter when In California dere- livering his lecture upon tho war, It Verdun, and also In tho Woovro gion. French sliells aro falling on ppleaBed Cobb to practice a bit upon hs friend, Charles E. Van Loan, auGerman positions in the Argonno. thor of "Buck Parvin and tho Movies." Cobb had asked Van Loan to TeuRussian Front. Whllo tho tons are obstinately resisting tho introduce him to his Los Angoles and Van Loan had refused, Russian attacks between Dvlnsk' aiid" Vilna, the Russians havo captured being a reasonably modest man with two line of their trenches north- a poor stage presence and a bad speaking voice. On tho night otjthe west of Postovy. ecturo Cobb walked out upon, tho stage alone, spied Van' Loan in a box Wcdncsdny Mexico. MaJ. .Gen. Funston yes- and proceeded to flay him allvo In an terday received unofficial Information introductory speech. At tho end of his lecture it was showing that Gen. Perishing had already been making uso of Mexican Pnhh'n iMiRtnm to answer Questions. railways In the report that ten United, but when he thought the peoplo had States troopers were injured by the liau enougn lor meir juunuy uo wuuiu overturning ot cars at Cumbre tun- place his hand on his forehead, which manager, nel. No official information was re- would bthe slgnalor his Prshing's In threar of the houite, to ask him ceived yestrday ..from the "planted question,: "Are you command. y was etated that Washington had going back?" This' was the cue for. It again is France. Bombardment Intense northwest and northeast of Real Estate For Sale. ' We havo listed with us one dwelling houso in 'Hartford, Including lot and garden, 5 neat and well kept rooms, hall and all necessary out buildings, Water In house and on lawn. Everything In first class repair. Just the place for the man who has spent his useful days on the farm and wants to move to town. Just the place for anyono who desires a home In Hartford. Goes for $350 less than cost, yet everything practically new. Easy payments. TINSLEY &TBARNETT, Agts. Hartford, Ky. 32tf Uh Make Your Kale. want to sell your real estate, farm or city property list It with' us1. No charges unless salo Is made. Wo havo Juqulrles every day. Ifjou ""Eel Landlords and Reuters. For a small feo wo will rent your houso or farm or If you desire to rent wo will help you secure tho place ' d. REMEMBER NO CHARGES UNLESS DEAL IS PUT OVER Call, write, phono, wire or cable. TINSLEY & BARNETT ( srainHMMa'auuoi'aiibi nJ nHtMmJMM mihv until vnunnuvi SSHCAf tflOHlAUVH V Real Estate Agent, i Hartford,. Kentucky, Republican Office. Both Phones. h nmoHoiny annus r () V"f"