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INFANTRY WILL ALSO BE NEEDED l'LENTY OP WORK FOll FOOT j if JHaviimmi DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TI1E PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 40 TROOPERS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, they havo hidden their arms and asCARRANZA WANTS sumed tlio guiso of farmers. Rodo the Mountains. This particular cavalry patrol lit TROOPS TO LEAVE erally rode' tho mountains In Its chase after quick news of tho two Villa sotdlers who had called for food. Tho patrol, not wishing to be REP0RT THAT E WOULD L1KE seen irom towns as u wem om, iuuk TO HAVE AMERICANS QUIT where to tho sides of mountains MEXICAN SOIL. trees, gullies and small valleys afforded good shelter from view ot tho plains. Tho men rode through steep slones. amonc which there were , ARE ON A HOT TRAIL neiiuer ruuu nur iruu, cAwcfb uiubu mado by deer and bear. Their horses slipped and stumbled over But "First Chief" May Soon ConDefore they; rocks and boulders. clude That The Trail Has reached the Mexican's house snow Become Cold. obliterated the trails by which they had hoped to follow thd two bandits to their hiding place. Washington, April 6. Attention At tho houso tho cavalrymen , ... of administration officials was focus f"mI "I a today on the diplomatic aspects m ,n a f ,ng' young woman BFT a Bman of the American expedition into Mex-- 1 PM,Hie military dPvM- -' baby The two men wno had called ; food, said the aged man, had loft for Quarters there was for B)me place ,n the mountains. de to connect KYM FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1916. WHY GOOD ROADS - SHOULD BE BUILT J SECRETARY u Soldiers in the search for villa. OF OHIO COUNT .!GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION SOTS FORTH REASONS. clpally because they Increase the Intelligence and tho value of each NEGRO citizen to himself and to his county. Wo want good roads for tho samo reason that wo want good schools. DEFEAT Wo could not consent to bp without the best schools that we can obtain, why then shall we be content with TENTH CAVALRY FALLS UFOJf makeshifts for roads? MEXICANS AND KILL THUV TY WITHOUT LOSS. MISSOURI NEGRO KILLED FOR MURDER OF SHERIFF BANDITS r '" St. Charles, Mo., April 5. Lacy VILLA NOT IN THE BAUD Chandler, a negro who shot and seriously wounded Sheriff Dlerker, of O. E. Taj lor Ably Discusses Problem St. Charles county, on Tuesday, was Shoot Over Shoulders at Americas Yankee Cnvnlrymen Cauuht in Bllndslain by a posse near here this afterUppermost in Minds of Ohio U. S. Scouts Fired Upon By noon. ; JiiK Snowstorm In tho Mounx County People. Villa Adherents. tains of Mexico. The negro was trapped In a hay loft of a barn. When he appeared . at the door many shots' were fired Good roads are so Important to San Geronlmo, Chihuahua, April At tho front In Mexico, command- the financial, social and educational at him and he ran back and set 4 (via aeroplane to Colonia Dublas iion,!niinrnm Anril 1 no.iomi'o Me of a community that no enumera-i- ll the barn on fire. hi motor couder to As the barn burned he again ran,and hy wireless to Columbus, N. M.) tlon of their advantages is likely to hundred "American cavalr- yN. ADM ). -A- merlinclude all tho benefits they afford, to the door, and fell dead as a volley ,Two """ unaer 01- - w- - y- - rown, Tenia of shots were fired. ca's first tietacnmeni oi nioui n brlef con8ideratIon of some of dan- - CavaIry defeated an equal force ot Sheriff Dlerker was shot Jnntry, a corps oi specum? i.u.uCU lne cniei aavamages oi gooo. roans gerously wounded Tuesdayandnight, V,1,a fo"wers the second men for such service as tnnt in mo w,n be ot greatest value In determln-fact- o strong inclination the country of Guer- mountain-studde- d he attempted to arrest tho ne- - sagement ot thewunpalgn at Agua-g- ro government's apparent delay in insane amount of money that may for shooting at Ernest Placke-- , callentes, thirty miles north of Guer-me-ler rero, soon will bo actively assisting WOMES,8 TnA,NINO CAMP mil.' be Justifiably expended In the road ho nsn nf Mifi during a quarrel over wages. rer0' on Apr11 1' tun cnvnirv in me searcu iur i and in determining PLANNED IN CALIFORNIA road8 for the shlpraent ot supplies to improvement Th,s was 'brought to Gea. ' After he had set the barn on fire Villa. The belief has been bandit ... j . y i.. unuea states lorces wim a uu- - what cllsses shall In equity and farm- - the negro again appeared at the door ' PershlnB 'by two Mexican line will announced that Buch a C9mmand Tho San Francisco, Cal., April B. Two sIre o General Carranza to have tho ers to all bear the expense. . and held up his hands. HunSreds ranchmen, who said that the Mex!-- of prove Invaluable m me wor tun- - , ,. ,. , , nrinclnal' advuntnees nf eood roads. nftv women will coin- - . '" bullets greeted htm. He fell can forces lost th,rty men and tottT fronting tho American troops In tho . umury encampment flt theUnit. of hard surface roads are as Americans suffe- rback into the blazing barn and his horae3' "wnlIe district. Guerrero follows: cd States Presidio hero Juno 1 for ed no casualties'. understood that Carranza off- ! tho body was burned. It is "Much has been written," said 1. Good roads decrease the cost of six weeks under strict military rulo Villa Not Presents Sheriff Dlerker died this afterGeneral, "about this being a cavalry to learn the ways ot war, according icials on the border have made infor- transportation, at certain seasons of Villa was noi with the band, acinquiries as to how much' longer chase. It Is Just as much an mian to an announcement made y by mal ... i In Mex- - the year considerably, but at others noon, two hours after the negro was cording to the ranchmen, who assertwill killed. ry task. There are places In the of the expedition Frederlck rwnt ed that the American troops believfar south it will pene mountains whero the cavalry cannot the San Francisco chapter of the ico, .2, Good roads permit the cultiva ed at first they had encountered ttw penetrate rocks, cliffs, peaks, caves, Women's Section ot the Navy League. trate. crops not otherwise marketbandit chieftain. Legally the, American forces are tion fof PEACEFUL MEXICO TO canyons and forests where at any The object ot the camp Is to prepare For hours the, American cavalryfa tnrmarl "a font able,- resulting in extending the area nnw miratilncr urhnf tho chase might become a women In first aid work. time can bo Profitably devoted to .the' men followed Gen. Manuel Lopez,on9 n fight or No great surprise would be tha' trail." of question HAVE NEW REVOLUTION ot Villa's, lieutenants, and hs banp occasioned here if Carranza should d work. The Infantry ,s 08' Y the T,C,nIty of dits through winding canyons asd ,,elt suggest soon that the trail has be-- an being brought InIn Mexico is now DOORS OF M'HfNRY almost Impassable trails of the moun- rnmo .n1H 011H olinlllfl nilPsHnn th tOWnS BHU physical condition for this sort of to ! propriety of American troops pro- -. .3. Good roads give a wider choice FELIX DIAZ REPORTED TO BE tains. Believing they had eluded" campaign. thelr vigilance and before they real ARE CLOSED ceedlng much farther. Conflicting ul "IC ulDl lu' ' f""1"'"6 "l BANK GATHERING FORCE IN THE "Is that tho reason," the General , ized it they were confronted by the pw ,o..-- .. .1,0 uuw nr uv . SOUTHERN PART. n. crops, allowing the produce to be w I CJiUl id l.bUiuitD was asked, "why the Infantry at tho hauled to market when the work of troops ot the Tenth Cavalry of Gefl. ways have been received here bases back ot the front has been fs at its min mum. Pershing's old regiment, which had While the WaSlDepartment was Production fifteen- - INSTITUTION IN HANDS OF RE- talUInc about the ten and 4f permit. marketing . .. JS . Washington. Anril 5. Report to been stationed near the town to in- without reports, indicating that par- - ., ., Good roads . mlla Mke.s It has been ordered to WILL BE LI UI- CEIVER - "TJXffiDT have orW.1 d0ne hen the P"Ce Is "BlU-- . the Department of Justice- indicate, tercePt stray bands attempting to take into surrounding mountains? bo he,d e their escape. -.j, the:ttTtIf ,an! "novTTrnV longer- ders to accept shipments, at the State 1CrPi"n "The Infantry," replied tho Gener-- j town when, the h,Bhea that there Meager Details. Department It was understood that hau,eid soon have a' reason to demdoubt that Felix Diaz had landed in al, "may u ""' """- L" "c 0nly the most meager details of had been given. 011101813 Mexico. have been"" inform-- 1 onstrate the uses of Its training." News was received here Monday such'orders oinerwise me crops must uu nauieu . ensuing engagement were-erabl- e - tho marching referred to has been that The ed that he is at the head of a consldDie u Natural Death. the McIIenry Deposit Bank had when tho roads are in condition and brought by the ranchmen, but in along the lino of communications as closed Its doors and that the cauh- force in the South of Mexico, El Paso, Tex., April C The wild goij for WUat they wln bring or stor. material aid raan5r respects it resembled that of the Infantry advances toward tho ler, L. C. Browh, had been chosen stories of the massing ot Mexican age chnrges paid In town while walt- - and has received through Guatemala. It is the, first a week ago afOuerrero. Immediate-offici- al front, about two weeks, behind the speclal Banking Commissioner to troops In. proximity to the border, mg f0r tbe price t0 get right. the bandits realized the presence advance columns of tho cavalry. An take charge of tho institution's bus- - among" the foost popular yarns with Information of the revolu- 5( Good roads give a wider choice of the American troops they began I aeroplane this afternoon sailed into iness. State Bank Examiner E. L. the alarmists, have apparently died j( tlonary leader's whereabouts. tbe market place allowing tho flight from headquarters' camp, stopped five A nmtatita tnationtnt tlin 1nnlr ATrtn. n tinhirnl ftp.ntll A propaganda In his favor along a hurried disorganized TltA ffivorltn Tllim- - .1.- - . A i. tn minutes with (iispaicnes, ana ine dfty nnd R wftg nt th(j conc,us,ou ot ber ot troopg s0 massed Was 20.0D0. pay him most and not t0 the nearest the border between the United theIr camp- - 80me seizing their ponies States and Mexico is reported, and and other? WnS to make, their es-- a tbj3 examnatlon that the directors although pnthuslasts were willing to town necessalrly. """ """" -- " I pass twenty miles away lying ; over met Qnd dec,ded tQ quU .bug,nes3 g0 ag. hgh a3 40(000 number of his adherents there are c?Pe afoot- - They went slnSy and As the raost Qood roa(Jg tend tQ thQ ,n smaU partles a11 flrlnS at the mesa, where the d 1st ant a Tho cause of the bank's bad showing authentic information places the produce market between the seasons. ' under surveillance by the department j American troops as they fled. None x n ,g "- were reflected attr,buted t0 tho fact Umt the numberlf tVoops that tho do facto an advntage 0f relative importance agentg tlrao t0 aim the ranchmen said, k Thus far there has been little mines have not been running regular- - government has in all Mexico be- - wltIl our co,d 8torage and rallroad !.,;,,, on n'n, . fQr Inlte information as to his move- - and as a result none of tho bul,et - faciuties i Bomotme and that belng thQ tween 50,00fl and G0.000, It was dlffound a khakl-cia- d mark. i,i-- i, . tUU a'r- cd and I1U HUtU II UV.41 uo lllCUitl Jl th. OVUAVO tnr main source ot Income for the peo- - ne.lt for,the "rumorlstas" to explain ,,. m Officers here are inclined to beA Good road8 tenfl tQ I obtained arms and ammunition. It in portlier. CnuKht plo of that vicinity a scarcity of mon- - where l,he Cohorts supposed to be In roaJ trafflc between the seasons has been fairly well established, of- lieve that jf thirty bandits were kill'Northern phlhuahua and Sonora Impassable wagon roads ovr Earlier in the day from this same ey has resulted. ed in the running fight, that at least mesa a troop of half frozen cavalry-- j The depositors will be paid In full came frdftiv As a matter ot fact, ac- extenslvo area wlu materlally hamp- - ficials say, that he received consid- as many more ere wounded. In New York. meii ciimu iiuo Luiuii iui imi uuu ns me men ai ine nyuu 01 me ueiunci iuiuiuh iu iuc uiubi. icimuio uuiu uu- - er the shipping of agricultural pro- erable financial aid One of his aeents recently was trac was asserted also that because of the food. They had boon caught In a Institution are financially able to re talnable here, Gen. Calles has be- duce and tho receipt of goods from engagement supplies ed by department agents to Canada, I naturo of tho sudden norther. The cold was so plnce the losses of tho bank. Tho twe.en 4,000 and 6,000 men In Sono- - the manufacturing sections. may have been captur-centl- y and another was said to have left re.'and bltlng that they had to keep their failure is not attributed to bad man- - ra, with whom he Is planning operaS, Good roads tend The ranchmen told Gen. Per- to equalize for Spain. flugera In motion, some ot them said, agemeut on tho part ot any of the tlons against tho YaquI Indians. Bhln that tho V,lla '"owera fled mercantile business throughout the It Is considered possible that DIai ,n It Is more difficult to obtain de- so that In case of attack their trigger bank's officers, but to tho hard times ar nllnwlnt? ' tltn nmrrhnnt in (In may have armed his followers ottering bands ot three to fiver in regard ng busjnes8 more economically Blnco Information imgera would not bo too numb for and Irregular running of tho mines pendablo bofore the Bro cavalrymen. Cuba. In this connection officials Yesterday t afternoon In this as stated above. It has not, for tho Northern Chihuahua, but the best business Is lite. In Former Buttle. distributed more thor- called today the sale about a year mesa nnow was Hying so thickly ns iast two or three years, been cqnsld- - informed Americans here do not be-t- o oughly throughout the year. This Reports reaching here indicated obscure tho adjoining mountains, ered n paying institution and It has Mleve that thero aro raoro than 2,000 works a saving to the consumer as ago by the United States to Cuba ot that the band encountered by tho rlfl03. quantity of .! Ixmipah It tit i liniulniinvtnra' I....... 1.... nAfl ..uu,,., In tVtnf Tn ..!.... mum uuuufiii ...!. r " '""K "' "' iu ...ol...v. Tn welj by allowing the merchant to flg- - a Guatemalan old officials repeatedly American cavalryman was tho larg- uecu&uiJi. KuiiiB ...n. ll....nl. iiuu- - u. o,w twnra ... i....v rltotwlit s pointed out that amp stood wjth their backs to the uc spirit on the part of tho officers Hhls connection uje a lessproflt on ujs Baies duo to a have denied that their country was'est detachment of the force defeated j in spite of all the troubles that have driving white Hakes, the men's heads than as a money making concern, 1)artlal dojng away with the dull sea- - concerned in any way in the Diaz nnd scattered at Guerrero a week ago covereu wuu minnteis mi nit .ubaiuu hi mo msi hvo jnus sous. x ''ne iasi siaiemeiu oi mo condition ol- uoanB command movement, and reiterated' that it is lo;Qa horses with noses almost to tho of tho McIIenry Deposit Bank show- - tho vast majority of the population These troops wore said to havo been 9, Good roads permit more easy neutral. led a capltul stock of $15,000 and a have remained quiescent Caretulground. in tho vicinity of Bachlnlba, Pass for Intercourse between people In the tho .men In this f surplus 6f $1,G00. The deposits Iy compiled statistics show that ncv country, and between Thlti morning soveral days. the city and WILL SPEND $30,000 were $9,183.17; er nt any time has there been more tho country like ours. KaniB camp, nil sleeping In tho open subject to check Two American scouts reported to awakened to find thomsolves covor-e- d time doposlts $5,G4G.Gi Total re-- i than 100,000 mqn In arms In the re- 10, Good roads mean better schools To Unlonle the Coal Elinors of West-er- n Gen. Pershing they had been fired with a layer of hard snow. They sources and liabilities each ?33.- - public out of a population of 15.000.- on by Villa outposts last Friday d 'eMler Waya to get to them. A Kentucky. flAl inM vw. Tit 4li a 1ialrrli nf It la iiumb mnaf Itnnnrhnt mnttor tn tlin fnmlnn looked across un Irrigation ditch' to 1S1.27. iio iv,.v "i io within tho environs of Bachlnlba and himself, white lPorflrlo Diaz had a regular array of gonoratioU8( for whoso exlstonce seo Gun. (Pershing and Peoria, 111., April 5. The Illinois that they had returned tho fire. Two , Ul with snow, Thero wasliot a tent in Oi.vuw Notice, Fanners! J.liu .vOD. l,o nron .rnnornttnn la ro ' ilfvlalnn nf tlm ITnltPil "Ullnn Work- - troops of cavalry sent to tho town to I " '"" vv.. Ann cump. Tho tents and abundant food Tho Ohio, County Union of the A. vuv. Intercept tho bandits fcponslble, there ers of America today authorized the . are on (he way, but thus far tho S. .of E. will hieet nt Hartford on VHItt'h Whereabouts. 11, Good roads facilitate R. F. D. expenditure of a fund of $30,000 to after the command had fled. ot April mii ai iu ociock aim tne biaie troopers have moved ahead out j o st0ry that,FrancIsco Villa is The morp good roads wo havo tho unlonlze tho miners of Western Ken ..,. .,. . .. each advance camp without waiting Removals. wounncu nnu inai nis capture, is ira- - more . i u. routes we will navp tucky.. 'The organization will bo uncrs of, tho Stato Board will bo with ,nn0nt is asserted again by Gen. Ga- - and the easier It will be mado for tho for either tent's or food. Mr. to his dertaken undor the direction ot tho farm John Bell has moved us. So let ull locals be represented a. Search for Cabin. near Nocreek and Mr. Chester at country neonln tn cet their mall nnd International Union. the Carrauza commander presLeach has moved into hts property j to Juarez. market their produce by parcel Tho troops which kept its trigger nnd all farmers that can, be on Frederlca street. Mr. Otto, C. Gen. Gavlra has mado public a tol- - post or to order their groceries fingers working for warmth had ent. All thosfe wanting binder twine Attention, Farmers! which he said he ha,d recolv-jllvere- d by Uncle Sam. spent many hours In search for a should put In their order by then, We have a stock of Farm Imple- Martin has rented and moved Into property on Clay 12, Good roads Invite tourist travel ments consisting of Bluo Bird Plows, tho O'Baunon mountain top cabin, where scouts re- also those wanting salt and fertili- ed from Gen. .Dertanl, t Madera, ported that two Villa bandits had zer. Those who have uot delivered stating specifically that the bandit and bring tho men with the money Vulcan Chill Turning Plows, Peg street Misses Harriet Flener and called for food. This house was less tlielr poultry should bo at this meet- had been shot and was in hiding Into contact with tho country that Tooth and Disc Harrows, Corn Drills, Gorln Flener havo taken rooms in HENRY, M, PIRTLE, somewhere between Bachineva and .needs, tho money for Its develope- - Cultivators and anything else in the tho Miss Mary Rowe house on Union than fifteen miles from the head- ing. County Sec'y. fSatevo. , ment. quarters ot the Americans. The InImplement line. We also havo three stroet. Al Harnett and mother have troop obtained The message Is confirmatory of re13, Good roads Increase the price Weber Road Wagons and one Run- leased and moved Into tho Moore formation which the ports from American headquarters of farming lands In the sections they about Buggy. All this will be sold property on Union street. Another Recruit. bore out the opinion among officers Guy Rhodes, 21, ot Beaver Dam, that VlUa was located heading to- servo and In the general locality as on regular terms. Don't forget wo here that most ot the Villa forco well. A most forceful argument for still handle the established Jones' Governor Names Tax CoBuahuitoa. have been scattered Into very small applied tor enlistment at the local ward Satevo. Frankfort, Ky., April 5. Governgood roads. seeking recruiting office this afternoon and groups, some of whom are Brand Fertilizer. or, Stanley today appointed the tax: was accepted. He will bo examinFor Sale. The thirteen reasons for good inaccessible places. W, E. ELLIS & BRO., t commission created by the last LegKy. permit ed by Lieutenant Sperry Thursday 1915 Model Runabout Saxon. Al- roads above. given are nearly equally Hartford, Y' The censorship doea not islature, composed of Senators Hut-fake-r, disclosure from here ot these posi- and sent to Jefferson Barracks Thurs- most as good is new. New ,tlres. divided between the financial and Glenn and Brock and RepreThe "lure of the tango kid" ought reports of patrols indi- day night. This; Is the ".seventh re- Will trade for good horse and bug- thq social side of the proposition. The tions, but the being la sentatives Gardner, rlekett, Hutefc DON H. TICHBNOn, to carry the normal human one Is as Important as, the other. cate that a good many of Villa's band cruit signed up this week. Owens-bor- o gy. craft and Oliver. Hartford, Ky. 40t4 Inquirer. Good roads are to be urged prlu- - the opposite direction. hare been kmms to closely that TIATJnCUTPC AT?T7T?NntTPT7n JMAlVlkUlU J w- - AID TO INTELLIGENCE Lk J TT i. T7 I ,'""" ... bt I efl-w- hen rPrt to-da- - -- - .i iahs . to-da- 1 mnn-to-ma- hand-to-han- T A ti ', i ..,..in - V ariy-mak- ' "" i- t.-- 1 PJed 1 riii? m """ " def-'too- 0, h c l It' PHer ' re-m- eu "" "v.t -- , It-i- uoi --- u,, ,,,, .- d w..., ..... .- m - T cr. jfv Guerrero, gion about Namlpulpa, It is wild WONDERFUL FEAT Madera, and Galeana. country. Villa knows It as ho knows the Lord's prayer. It holds a thou CAVALRY places in INVASION UNWISE sand safe hidingtH1n IrMfturainaccessl- - BY U. . fllmnif every man,' woman and child in the they are says country. Secretlythey may his friends. SURPASS ALL PREVIOUS PER- seek to apfokmkk No matter how FORMAXCE8 FOR SPEED u. 8. tiioops should xot tain side." pear to American soldiers, thqlr IN VILLA CHASE. ckossei) hohdeb. Ono of the dtsqultlng experienchavk hearts are with Villa. Depend upon es of night work in Northern Mexihim, give him that. They will secret co, especially when secrecy is desired, food, aid him In every possible way." Is tho abundance of game, especially Ilnvo Tho Kind You......... mAlwnys Bought, and which bns been Men Once Lctl 00,000 OFFICER KEEPS DIARY lmA linitin ilin ilimnfnaA THINKS WAR PROBABLE quail, winged variety, including "How many men were in Villa's nwi find linAii iirwl nntlnf. lila which is repeatedly "flushed" out of largest army at tho height of his sonnl supervision ulnco Its Infancy. SZ$Z-cover at the expense of considerable power?" Allow no ono todccclvo youlnthu. Reveals Some of tho Hardships That Peons WH Not Stand Intimate -- l... .Tfinlanafrnfkfl ,..... ...nrn 1ml. racket. On most of tho mesas it Is ... "Some 60,000." Soldiers Must Overcome In JH n OIIHlUriCIin, T.nltnlljind nfwl endanger .- health of Soil Over For Army Hclntf on so cold at night that not more than tho ....""lib Experiments that trlllo with nnd "Where are these men now?" Hilly Mexico. Thirty Days. an hour's consecutive sleep is posInfanta nnd Children Experience against Experiment. "Most of them have turned pacl-flco- s. sible. There also Is danger of drinkThey are making a living In ing alkaline Instead of pure water various parts of Chihuahua." With American Outposts in Mexico with subsequent great physical ex(By Walter Noble Burns) "Are they still loyal to Villa?" ' to Columbus, N. M., April 1 (by aer- haustion. El Paso, Tex., April 1. "War Castorla is a harmless snhstttnto for Castor Oil, Pare-corl- c, , "They are with him heart and oplane). Cavalry Is pleasant, marches surpassm Drops nnd Soothing Syrnps. between the United States and Mex- soul." troops ing all known previous performances contains neither Opium, Mornhlno nor other Narcotic American ico will result if Should Not Feci Discouraged. "Do, the people of Mexico regard Bubsuuicc. Its nj;o Is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms of mounted troops in Mexico have remain thirty days longer on the Villa as a great soldier?" So many people troubled with Innnd allays Fcvcrlshncss- - For moro than thirty years it been made in the pursuit of Fran- digestion and constipation have been republic." boU of the Mexican "Perhaps most of them do, but lias been In constant two lor tho relief of Constipation, This opinion was given vigorous Villa Is not a great soldier. He Is cisco Villa by some of the flying benefitted by taking Chamberlain's Flntidcncy, "Wind Colli-- , nil Tccthlnjr Troubles and avenues of escape of the Mexican Tablets by Gen. Felipe An expression today Dlarrhna. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, that no one should feel diswithout education. He is of the heThe diary of a cavalry couraged who has not given them assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd nntural Bleep. geles, once the ablest lieutenant of roic type. He is a man of the most bandit. today, gives a roTho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. Francisco Villa, a graduate of a trial. They contain no pepsin or He Is what officer, obtained wonderful personality. mantic sketch of one such march. other academy, instructor in we Mexicans call "sympatlco." digestive but I ferments that West Point of Mexico, author know no English equivalent for tho Names and dates cannot be publish- strengthen the stomach nnd enable of authoritative works on artillery, word. Possibly "magnetic" approxi- ed. The first entry shows the aban- It to perform Its functions naturaland ranked by military men as one mates it. He Is a master of rude don with which the Americans threw ly. Obtainable everywhere m Bears the Signature of Into the chase. It says: of the world's cannon masters. He has dash, courage, themselves eloquence. "We arrived with practically nothCalls Invasion Unwise. Are, generosity, keen Intelligence, the "It was unwise to send American power to make friends who are faith- ing to' eat and no grain for the PERSIANS FEARED troops Into Mexico," said Gen. An- ful unto death, the ability to com- horses." How food was obtained In compargeles. "It has resulted in an Inter- mand, all the native qualities that TERRIBLE COSSACKS ative plenty, for men and horses, is is extremely make for leadership. national crisis that Think what delicate. Mexico is a powder maga- one will about him, Pancho Villa is also a military secret. However, zine. A spark will explode It. The a dominant, masterful figure. For some of the minor sidelights were longer the American troops remain years to come his fame will live In furnished by this officer's record. FRENCH MINISTER TO PERSIA ," said the "The night of March in Mexico the more dangerous the song and story among the common TELLS OF NOVEL PHASES Kind You " we hiked al night, making diary, .friction between the two people will people." OF WARFARE. THI CINTAUD COMPANY. HIIK VONK OITV. "become. fifty miles, Including a fifteen-mil- e War cannot be averted If Holds Villa's Day Past climb to an altitude of 10,000 feet the American army stays much "Can Villa come back?" over a terrific mountain trail. Wo longer where it is. I should say the The significance of the slang made camp at 8 a. m. and in the London, March 12. The French resentment of the Mexican people finally dawned upon evening explode in war In thirty days Americanism started over mountain trails Minister at Teheran, Persia, has writ would Gen. Angeles. 8,000 feet high. In a march of 110 tep a letter Just received in diplomatif the situation is not relieved." "I hardly think so," he answered. miles from our base we slept three ic quarters hero which throws a sideAngeles discussed the MexiGen. to himself he will keep up a hours. All the mountain trails were light on somo of the novel phases cf can problem at his country home "It left the people very bad. warfare at that remote scene, of acfrom El Pasp. He lives guerrilla warfare until five miles tiro of Chaos and kill him. Betray "No sign yet of Villa, and no sign tion. The Minister has the reputain a brick bungalow set In a grove From the al or death at the hands of some of of beef. We saw one cow. Troops tion of being a wit, and he sees the of cottonwood trees. No Money his own followers probably will be got two deer. They kept the deer humorous as well as the serious side front porch one can see the sun Villa's in Advance fate. His career has been a and did not loan a bite to any one of the scene about him. shining on silvery reaches of the Satiaiao one. It began in the depths; else. Hogs! Tho Persians were greatly exerlion Gnu Rio Grande. Beyond rise the moun- brilliant reached the stars. But It Is drawit cised when they first heard the Rusanteed tains of Mexico. Got Some Ducks. LovreatNet ing rapldy to an end. Villa's star is sians were sweeping down from tho A General in Overalls. ory declining. It will soon set behind the "Some of the men obtained rhu- North. Tho terror of the Cossacks The warrior of many revolutions Prlooa barb, with which they made a very spread ahead of them, and the peoplo a soldier of International reputa- mountains." Terms A "What will be the fate of Mexico?" good stew. We also got some ducks. looked forward to having their was currying a horse in the tion Saving of AVants No Intervention " hiked twenty miles, and I throats cut in a general era of masshade of a tree. It was his old war BBBBisBl 8100 to fate of Mexico will bo set- am worried about him. Later, "The, sacre. The coming of the Russians horse that had borne him through S200Foe-tor- y by Mexicans. I hope my coun- has returned safely. He located wire was awaited with gravest apprehenFrom P. A. f TARCK the carnage at Torreon, Zacatecas, tled JaVjiy Direct trymen will be left In peace to set- and supplies for us. We were to sion. phhiocnt The Celayo, Leon, and Hermpslllo. tle it without intervention by any take five days' rations for men and The first Russians to arrive at Tewas in blue overalls and general Perhaps Carranza horses, but In order to' make the heran was a largo party of officers flannel shirt. The hero of a hundred outside nation. will cease to play the despot. If ho time we wanted, we took only two on their further forward to tho front. fights is a dairy farmer. Wo trill hlp you a beautiful Starck Piano for 30 daya freo trial. In your may win over the Mexican days. Spent two days In high alti- They wore In fine automobiles, strik"I regard President Wilson as an does, he home. No cash payment required. All we ask Is that you will play upon, us people to his cause. Perhaps Obre-go- n tudes In rain. The weather is other- ingly dressed and well equipped, and test this piano for 30 days. If, at the end of that time, you do not nnd It the honest man," said this Mexican Cihighest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In every way, that you have ever wll ride into power on a new wise fine. We have been among They went to tho best hotels, spent seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to tend it back, and we will. In that ncinnati, seating himself In a wickQulen sabe? But peace pines nearly all of the time, with money freely, paid in full and a litevent, nay the frelttht both was a. This Starck Piano must mnks eood with vou. revolution. er chair on his porch and making or there Is no sale. government will come in canyons and massive, rocky or bril- tle extra for their elaborate demands, no apologies for his home spun ap- and stable Sava $150.00 or Mara Easy Piyminlt peaks, all about and then proceeded leaving the peoliant pearance. "I do not believe he Is the end to wornout Mexico." We chip direct to you from our factory, it You pay n caih down, but after 30 diji "Shall you return to Mexico and us. The scenery is most wonderful, plo to think that the coming of the price that sate you upward! of $150.00 Id Jio of trial, you can begin paymrnt on the playing politics. A man of his high cost of your plino. H'a guarantie to turalsU raalett tcrmt ever tuggnted by a piano Russians might not bo so bad tor tho principles would not use Mexico as Identify yourself with the new era?" much like Yellowstone, I imagine. you a better piano for the money than you ran manufacturer. Tbete terma are irranKrJ o A mother hen scratched up an You sre assured of rehiring your conTrnlrnce. and It li poulble for secure elsewhere. ult "Probably Villa could hide here dropping finances oftTeheran. to pull his political ama cat's-paa satisfactory sweet toned durable high gradj you to buy i piano for your borne, without blooming plum Indefinitely, but he would starve. Tho next Russians were headed by piano. nhilng tbs money. . . bitions out of the fire. I regard him angleworm under a of tho Rus"Later, march resumed, making the Commander-in-chie- f onrsK QRVa R::aranaa I do tree and clucked loudly to her brood. as a slncero friend of Mexico. Playaf'NtHwt "It Is very peaceful here," said the thirty miles to a point where we ob- sian forces operating in' that section. 2nd Hand Bargains not believe he wished to send an Ererf Starclc Fiano i ant Starck I'layer-rianV liare constantly on hand guaranteed tor 23 years, I warrior in overalls; "I am content to tained beef and one mess of beans." Ho was a typical Cossack, born on and mntf butl American army into Mexico. the Tht guarantee hu bade a "ante number of llxhtl uKd rut Player Piano on t& be a dairy farmer." The remainder of tho diary, to the steppes north ottho Caspian; a 35 year of piano of It our and Kcond'tiand piano of aH think he was forced into doing so market. You will be experience, and the repufianJard makea taken In ex. date, cited two further advances, huge man In furaf with a bearskin with the many by the overwhelming sentiment of tation of an chanK- - fcr new Starck Piano feature of the DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN pa hat, Back of his automobile was a responsible piano bouae. and then the trip of a four-ma- n The followard "1 wonderful Initrumenlt the American people." ing are a few satcple btrgatni i will be pleated wUtJRbt by this officer, across a range lino of huge auto vrns. These vans trol, led Villa Itald Not for Vengeance. 50 Fraa Muslo very low price atbich Weber $110.00 Will Be Sounded' In Washington, of mountains to receive ordersfrom excited the womler and fears of tho they can be accurtd. "Why did Villa raid Columbus," Lessens Stelnway '. 0 8J.00 April 13. one of the main line communica- populace, as llkelvto let loose some Chickering Piano leak Fraa To every purchiier of 90.03 Gen. Angeles was asked. Starclc I'ianoa, we give free Send today for our new Kimball tions. The diary recorded no Inci- new dovlco of RussTCi terror. Tho 89.00 "I have heard a number of exmualo lessons, in one of piano Washington, April 1. The key- dents of the side trips as worthy of Commander-tn-chle- f Starck 199.00 beautifully illustrated you t proceeded direct the beat known achoola la book which give planations advanced," was the an- note of Chicago. Them Jeituni you large amount of Informathe Democratic Presidential mention, although when the patrol to tho palace of the Shah where an Send for our latett complete can take in your own home, swer. "I have heard Villa believed tion regarding pianos. fecit iccond band bargain IlaU campaign may be sounded at a ban- arrived In the large communication audience was given amid doubts and by malL This represent! book will interest 1d Mexican prisoners quet the twenty-si- x one rear's free Instruction. pleas you. Write today, here April 13, held by the Com- camp, its speed and daring was com- apprehensions. who lost their lives when the El P. A. STARCK PIANO CO.. 1813 Starck Bldfi., CHICAGO mon Counsel Club, an organization mended. Today the same small paWith the greetings concluded, the by flro Paso Jail was destroyed composed of administration leaders trol mounted Its horses and gave tho Commander-in-chie- f ordered the mowere murdered as the result of an and officials. President Wilson will big camp a laughing farewell, start- tor vans to enter the royal court, and American plot and that the Columspeak and several cabinet members ing a long, hard, lonesome ride to as the Shah looked on he saw the bus raid was his revenge." will make addresses. The announce- overtake the flying column to which vans bringing forth a great assem"Do you believe that?" he was ment made today says: blage of Russian dancers, male and' the couriers belonged. asked. "The formal occasion of the banScouting on foot, done by some female, but chiefly female, in gay "No." quet is the celebration of the one of the aviators, along with topo- dresses and spangles, and female ac"Dia Villa hopo to draw Intervenbirthday graphical work, was brought to light robats and snako charmers, all in the a hundred and seventy-thir- d tion by the United States in Mexican of Thomas Jefferson. today In one of tho field camps. Ono picturesque garb of tho East. These, affairs?" "Besides tho principal speech aviator's experiences began with his tho Commander - in - chief made "Villa Is too fanatical to plan In which will bo made by the president, cold blood to bring new troubles on keynote speeches outlining tho poli landing after dark near the scene of known, wero a present to the Persian a mountain side grass spot. Ho ruler, to be Incorporated Into tho his bleeding country. He, has no cies of tho Democratic party will be said: royal seraglio. It was n novel nnd to bring about Intervention." desire raado by one or more members of the welcome- present, tho dancers soon Brilliant Fire. .Not Political Move. , Lifetime experience with best of workmen, nnd can cabinet and members, of both houses "About sundown, wishing to seo displayed their charms, and every"Did ho not possibly1 hopo to of congress. one from the ruler down to tho plain give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford somo of tho aeroplanes, which had uulto all Mexican factions under his "Tho banquet Is expected to be tho leadership agalust tlio hated grin- been flying "below me, and which had peoplo wero enthusiastic over tho imMill Co., 'phone, first national political ovent of me at Hartford. Kv. disappeared against tho dark black coming of tho Russians. BOS?" portance in tho Democratic campaign This good Impression at the start ground of tho earth, I glided to a was not his motive." "That . of 1910. Acceptances havo already level whero I expected to seo tho oth- had much to do with tho later devel"Was it sheer greed for plunder been received from party leaders In er planes against tho lines of tho opments, and tho diplomatic observled him to sack Columbus?" that all sections of the country." horizon. Howover, tho other planes ers concluded that tho Russians had "Villa is never actuated by the o i also glided at the samo time, so that succeeded in renewing some of tho to romember, when the guest had of a. bandit. That may instincts Cliumlterlaln'H Cough Remedy. war amenities of tho middle ages, eaten his four tho host pressed lilra sound strango to Americans who reFrom a small beginning the salo I did not seo them. Soon after dark, gard him as nothing but a brig- and uso of this remedy has extended whllo looking for a signal bonfire, I when tho victorious Generals distrib- to take more. Tho wife looked dis- 1 uted prosents along their way to dis- tressed and tho friend declined. Tho and." to all parts of tho United States and saw what seemed to bo a beautiful sipate fears and assure a welcome? husband Insisted, tho wlfo looked In then was the inotivo that to many foreign countries. When flro, and descended to investigato. "What agony, and tho guest firmly refused pent hint, on his murderous "Observation was not easy at tho raid you have need of such a medicine Pifty-flv- e typewriters. Lesto havo .tho rest of tho oysters timo becauso tho piano was bucking across the American line? give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy n sons explained by Moving Picbrought from tho kitchen. 'I think perhaps It was a now trial and you will understand .why It a head wind at an altitude of 5,000 FOR FLETCHER'S ture machine. Soyon big DeLater tho wlfo said to her husborn hatred for Americans. Ho be- has become so popular for coughs, feet. As I descended, tho Are resolv' partments fjhorthand, Bookband: lieves that In recognizing Carranza colds and croup. Obtainable every- ed itself into several small Arcs, keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypyi spreading out In a largo circle When "How could you urgo him to have and in Ignoring his claims to supre- where, m MusIj, Primary Normal. ExHer Signals Miscarried. moro oysters when I had explained macy in Mexican affairs, the United I was almost over tho flro it resemblport teachers. Modern equipA young married man met a friend to you that there weren't any more?" ed the view when looking from abovo did him an irreparable InjusA Youthful Diplomat. States ment. assured. Position "I'm very sorry," said tho peni"Willie," said tho doting aunt, directly down Into a lake, with piers of his bachelor days and Insisted on tice." Write for catalogue. ''Will tho United States troops in holding her nephew closo to her,' running to tho water. Tho piers, I his coming home with him to lunch. tent husband, "but I forgot all about Ills wlfo was unprepared for visitors It." Mexico catch Villa." Gen. Angeles "tell mo whom you like best your presume, wero tho tongues of grass, running in toward tho and, calling him aside, told him she "Forgot about It! What do you was asked. mother, your father or me." Daviess Co. Bus. Collie em"Nunca Jamas,"' ho replied Willie squirmed to got away, "I center of the burned area. It seem- had only one dozen oysters, and that suppose I was kicking you under the don't want to tell," ho said. It's ed exactly like a lako of oil, with when his friend had eaten his quota table for?" retorted his wife. phatically, "never." Incorporated "But you didn't kick me," said the too near Christmas." Ladles' Home tho edges on Are. I dropped low of four he must not be asked to take "Why not?" OWEN8BORO, fcY. enough to dispel the Illusion and. see any more. In spite of his promise b,usbaud. "I havo fought through tho re Journal. ANGELES BELIEVES S. villa general that It was a grass fire. After about twenty-fiv- e minutes' further flying I located what seemed to be a uniform slopo on a mountain side. It was not a slope, but this was not discernible until tho landing wheels of the plane struck the ground, when I discovered that Instead of striking a field, I had hit a spur on tho moun- i 3 Children Cry for FUtcher's m .... m yc&! a. ium""i " What is CASTORIA It it Cha-pultep- ec GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Have Always Bought m Starck Pianos Fact Easiest ''I 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL M! low-ca- semi-metall- ic w bt I'layer-riano- e. moss Ithos. Decorator and Plasterer, Contractor. s t wwwW4mtt; 1 Children Cry III III CASTORIA ed 3f now run Into the tens of thousands. Verdun resisted In 1870 until over- MUST APOLOGIZE whelmed at the end of October by Intmen nnd guns' tho TO GET MADE HISTORY that enmo to the' Prussians after fall of Mctz. Tho name of "Verdun" as it Is pronounced today In every houseHAS IlKKX TUB SCBNM OK GREAT hold in Franco is n concentrated ex- COLOMBIANS STILL- AGGRIEVED IJATTLKS IX EARLIER AT ACTION OF UNCLE SAM, pression of all tho higher sentiTIMES. HAYS ROGER IIABHON. ments of tho coldness of stono and mortar; there Is veneration for a superior forco thnt may bo counted FIRST ASSAULT IN 1792 upon; there aro pride, gratitude and METHODS KNOWN NOT reassurance, for "Verdun" has a wider application than tho name of Approached In llio Same Manner ns a fortress; to tho French it means tho nrmy as well as the town, apart America Should Make Amends Before In Present Attack LoosAsking For Trmle, Thinks from the ramparts and the moats, es Greater Now. Expert. that modern science has rendered useless. MN often BUSINESS Juno 20, for a similar course. With tho return of theso officers after two months training, they will bo qualified to teach aviation, and tho establishment of a school as an ndjunct-o- f the Kentucky Aero club, it Is proposed, Lieut. Pulllam now Is nt work on construction for tho club. It Is anticipated that a largo number of public spirited citizens and patriot ic people over tho Commonwealth would ' become members, and fees would go toward defraying tho cost of a machine. go on Torls History has repeated Itself with curious fidelity to detail In tho struggle for Verdun and In some of Its sidelights. In 1702, ns in 1914, tho Prussians approached tho fortress by way of Longway and in 1792, ns well ns In 1914, LQngway fell after two days' bombardment. The Duke of Brunswick avoided the nrmlcs of the Marquis do Lafayctto and do Luckner in 1792, and marched on Verdun, ns did tho Crown Prlnco In 1914. In 1792, ns In 191C, the Kjng of Prussia was a spectator of the assault. Then, ns In 1910, tho Prussians took the route by nnd Haumont, nnd approached the stronghold in exactly tho name sector ns in 191C. kfructhe related tho passage of the troops through Samagneux August 30, 1792, to blvounc nt Urns, just south of tho Coto du Polvro (Pepper Hill), tho object of furious German s, assaults In 1910. Ktaln, Elx, as well as Samognoux, wero the scene of operations nnd would, ns todny, have figured in tho official communlquo of tho revolutionary government had there been such Or-mo- nt Man-heuAe- a thing. ' France Unprepared. In 1792, as in 1914, Franco was Legislators unprepared for war. had neglected to supply wnr material; Verdun was armed with only four pieces of heavy artillery and had n garrison of only 3,500 men; then as today the cry was "more cannon more ammunition;" that was tho demand made to the revolutionary leaders by Lieut. Col. commanding tho fortresses. Ills cry was unheard, and ho solicited and obtained of Lafayette tho privilege of fighting in "the ranks. Nicolas Joseph Deaurepaire, who Gal-baud, succeeded him, went to his post liko a man approaching suicide. "Assure (ho legislative corps," ho wrote, "that when tho enemy has become master of. Verdun, Deaure paire shall have ceased to live." The leglslatlvo assembly, impressed by the fall of Longway, sent rifles to Verdun too late. Tho Prussian commander had occupied the place "In the name 'of Louts XVI., nnd Beaurcpalre shot himself. Tho Prussians held Verdun in 1792 Just long enough for Kellermann nnd Dumourlez to organize a counter atVerdun has 140 pieces of cannon nnd was garrisoned by 6,000 troops in 1870. It was agatn In the month of August that tho Prussians ed Into tho Argonno, 122 years for day, after tho surrender of tho placo to tho Duke of Brunswick nnd tho sulcldo of Beaurcpalre. Strong and Weak. Tho" fortress had clcmenta of both stref(h and weakness thou in tho estimation of so good an authority as Marshal Von,,Moltko hliutjelf. "Thanks 'to Its high walls and Its dcop ditches Jlllcd with wator," ho said, "Verdun was In a Btate to On tho an assault absolutely. other hand It was surrounded nnd dominated oif nil sides by heights and vineyards .permitting tho besiegers to approach very closo to tho 3,-0- 00 tack. rty-al- st Barranqullla, Columbia, April 1. "It takes all kinds of 'people to make ft world," every traveler In Colombia soon discovers, but unfortunately for Colombia sho first shows tho traveler her worst people, reserving her best for thoso who A. D. 1888. (Seal) A. W. QLEA80N, visit the interiors. Notary Public. The inhabitants along the Pacific Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally u nnd acts directly upon the blood and 900,000 BOND Coast are negroes, wholly without surfaces of tho system. Bend for testimonials, free. ambition. They live in huts such as P. J. CHENET A CO, Toledo, O. your boy might build In your ,back Carries In Union County by Majority Sold by all Druggist. 75c. of 200 to 800. Take Ilall'i Family PIIK for constipation. yard. I have never been to the Pacific Morganfleld, Ky., April 1. InterHow,It Looked to Jones, Coast of Colombia and novcr expect Some timo ago Percival Claude to go there unless shipwrecked. est was at fever heat over Union Percival ninrried Belinda Beatrice. over the vote on issuI have, however, visited the Wes- county Claude was not handsome. Belinda tern of Atlantic Coast of Colombia. ing bonds for $400,000 for county was not beautiful. On tho day fol- Tho population of Cartcgena, Santa road building. A much larger vote lowing the wedding two esteemed Marta and even Barranqullla runs was polled than In the race for Govcitizens, me on tho street, and natu- from seventy per cent to eighty per ernor, and both sides were actlvo .in rally the glad event was referred to. cent negro. getting voters to the polls, giving free "I suppose, Jones," remarked one The negroes aro a mfeture with nutq rides. The bond Issue carried of tho pair, "that you heard all about Europeans, so they aro moro intel- by a majority of 200 or 300. Percival and Belinda being marri- ligent than they appear. Many have ed?" considerable literary ability. "Yes," answered Jones; iJ'I first These negroes have a great deFOR FLETCHER'S heard It over the back fence, at tho sire to be lawyers, doctors, politicnnd also at the cigar ians and newspaper men. dinner table store." To employ one of them to lift "They say," continued the otheri your trunk is a difficult proposition, Love or Lucre. "that It was a case of love at first but they will write poetry for you A poor young man In .Pennsylvasight."' nia has recently bad to make a choice by the yard. You don't really mean it?" said A The most' Interesting of the Colom- between money and matrimony. Jones, smilingly. "I thought It was bian natives are the Indians. There woman-hatin- g relative died and loft more like a case of love Is blind." him a comfortable little fortune on are several tribes. Philadelphia Telegraph. Tho Goarjlro Indians aro .expert tho condition that he would never riders and raise horses and cattle. wed. Tho youth was engaged to a Keep Your Skin Clear nnd Healthy. They trade these together with hid- girl, but he promptly discarded her Thcro is only one way to have a es and pearls, for hardware, clothes and qualified as a perpetual celibate clear, healthy complexion and that and the Infernal rum which wo ex- under the will, saying in effect: "I Is to keep tho bowels actlvo and reg- port tp them from the United States. love my sweetheart, but, oh, you ular. Dr. King's New Lifo Pills will Altlio these Indians aro not In- plunks!" mnko your complexion healthy and creasing 'much in number,. they are The young man's decision was a clear, move tho bowels gently, stim- today of mpre economic value than sordid but perhaps natural one. Fifulate the liver, cleanse tho system tho negroes. ty thousand dollars and a California and purify tho blood. A splendid Altho the casual traveler to the ranch tho amount of the legacy 25c at all drug- coast of Colombia sees only negroes would look mighty good to most imspring mcdlclno. gists. 3 Besides which, and Indians,, these are not the real pecunious youths. people of tho country. To know the a man might well argue that a wife WORTHY AMBITION. real people of Colombia, one must is an expensive luxury anyhow, so in I go to the Interior. Hero are found accepting the conditions of the beWhy is life, in Us glorious fame, a strong and able race of men, most quest ho would, save money both ways So apt to cause people sorrowand of whom are as whlto as any family coming and going. " - of New Yorkers. , shame? Of course, on the other hand, It Is It you and I with tongues so keen, Five hundred miles into the Interi- may be said that $50,000 and a That causo many sins that are yet or one must go to find the cultured ranch nre a pretty poor price for unseen? Colombian people who rule the land. Which to sell out the love of a wife Somo day unexpected this sin Trill These are tho people whom wo do and the happiness of home, and of ariso not know, but whom we have great- having little children about one's And causo loved ones to be heart- ly offended. knees. broken and our friends to glvo Never to havo any love but the Whether or not the United States sighs. n mercenary lovo of mercenary wotreated Colombia fairly in with hearts Lot's begin It with tho Panama Canal, may men! Never to have any home but puro and white, Anyone, tbo barren shelter of bachelor quarbe a debatable question. And start out with a banner of love,, however, who goes to Colombia and ters! Never to feel tho cuddling of truth and right, talks with these people must admit a downy head against your breast! Then with our duty, chajltablo deeds that they aro Justified in feeling What lands or money can pay a man and kindness, for missing these? bitterly towards us. Wo will march to tho front nnd leavo Why, the chief good that a man Wo do not understand tho Colomwrong behind us. They aro not after money gets out of money Is the pleasure of bians. i Composed by a Junior of Hartford from us. They havo never black- spondlng It on thoso he loves, and If College. t mailed the United States and they you take .away thoso from him his never will. They havo been ignored, gold Is counterfeit coin. It is not If not Insulted, by our Government. legal tender at the Mart of HappiThey Insist that wo apologize for such ness. ELDERLY Why docs a man want to buy JewW treatment. certain that until wo do, the els and soft ,8llks, and filmy laces? lam bankers, manufacturers and mer- To deck out. tho woman he loves. SAFEGUARDED want to build chants of tho United States will be Why does 1)0 unable to do much business with Co- beautiful and luxurious houses? Tell Others How They Were lumbia, our nearest South American To niako a fltlng shrlno for the ho worships. 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The fun that a man gets out of his labor, tho precious reward that makes It worth his wife's smiles, In the love-loo- k in her eyes, in tho faces of little children watching for his return of an evening, and tho rapturuous cry of "Daddy," with which they run to meet him. Eliminate theso and what does a man's money buy him? The lndul-genc- q of vices that sear the soul and Jtlll tho body. A few suits of cloth es, each exactly llko tho other. Tho cofforts Indifferent of hotel or club, and tho society of fat and tedious old rounders, telling endless stories about themselves. Whon ho Is sick tho nilnistratjpus of a hired nurse. When, ho grows old, the paralyzing settling consciousness about his heart that he has lived unloved, and will did unwept. It is not a gay life, that of the old bachelor, and tho foolish youth who has traded off his sweetheart and his right to marry for a few thousand dollars has sold his birthright for a mess of pottage that will set heavily on his stomach many a ' Owensboro Messenger (Edited by Urcy Woodson.) It comes every Wednesday pages a and Saturday, veek or more), and is in every regard. (6 up-to-da- te Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they ate tho supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. MesTry.the Twice-a-Wee- k connecsenger for a year in tion with the Hartford Repub-lican- . it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE Lexington, Ky., April 1. Capt. Otto Holsteln, of Company A, Signal Corps, Kentucky National Guard, hopes to establish soon a school of aviation in Lexington for tho Kentucky National Guard, with arrangements whereby civilians also may engrounds." Vxa .lunn if tmnamllnr Dull tfmffflltV ter. Tho school would be under tho Losses Grow. ears, palpitation of tho auspices of a Kentucky Aero Club, ' Then as today tho assailants re- sounds in tho uio eyes, irreguJo reduce the heart, sparks oeiore variable appetite, affiliated with tho Aero Club of quired constipation, America. Lieut. B. Osborne, of ComA larities, Verdun, .valiant tdefenders of weakness and dizziness, should bo heeded pany A, will leave tomorrow for a difference between 1870 and by middle-age- d great 's women. Lydia E. Vegetable Compound has carried course of study in the Curtlss school, todais that whllo then tho losses were sixty to seventy per day, they many women eufely through, this crisis. and Lieut. K. G. Pulllam, Jr., will A Massachusetts Womnn Writes: "My troubles Blackstono, Mass. wero from my age, and I felt awfully sick for threo years. I had hot flashes SCHOOL IN KENTUCKY 'Both papers, one year for $1.50. All clubbinp; subscriptions should be addressed to Republican, Hartford, Ky. ttmo In tho long, lonely years of tho ' often and frequently suffered from pains. I, took Lydia E. Plnkham'a VegotablpCompound and now am well." Mrs. Pieriie Cournoyer, Box 239, Blackstono, Moss. Such warning symptoms as sense of sufTocation.hot flashes.headachcs.back- - I WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Pink-ham- CONSUMPTION fleeting pleasures with money, but wo can not purchase abiding hap-pinwith it, That must come from leellor, A Quick relief for that tired, the rest and tho peace of tho soul, coughi, pilot la cbet. night tweati. or contumpllon. II It d weak luost from the satisfied heartland these yon noinet. v have no price tag on them. Dorothy not ktlp you II coin Lock- - Box 810 ' CO. OHIO MEDICAL Dlx in Louisville Herald, COUUMBU8.0. es future. For tho truth MBtm TreiliMsl WEAK la that we, can buy ftwvr (or LUNGS or FOR ONE MONTH tumor-fhagc- i. 1 4, Vi - u AMERICAN VESSEL to borrow Holland and endeavor His sup money there, or anywhere In Europe, NOT WILL port Is coming from all elements. on account of tho linked States. Put o.EnRllsh Blacklist For Alienfew Ohio County Republicans Whllo A packet belonging to Congress ed Violation. Fottofllce favor tho candidacy of Mr. Roosevfell entered nccordlng to lw at the YOUTSEY PAROLE was In Philadelphia, tho "Mercury," of the tecon.1 rtford.Ky., Mmt.ll matter Hie wduld get a good majority hero M for and In tho general Impatience Wo have London, April 5. Tho American November If nominated. speedy relief Mr. Laurens .,hurriedly ntpntnor Sacramento, of San ran- o ... ner, wun '. . upon .. . ....... mo exiiuc- -, one local leader say that cmuarKCd lumor heard ALLISON J. HARNETT would not vote for the Colonel under TWO COMMISSIONERS OPPOSE tatlons of being attended on his voy Cisco, which camo into public notico 8. TINSLEY,. .Business Manager any consideration but there are many W. when the AmeriGRANTING FREEDOM TO FAas far, at least, early In tho war, chnrged nge by a sloop-of-wher with nere Independents Government can to Democrats and MOUS PRISONER. ""Address all communications as the banks of Newfoundland, violation of the American neutraliwho would welcomo an opportunity Mr. Lawrcns was old at tho time, ty The Hartford Republican. laws In connection with the sup to support him. His being In confifty-si- x years of ago. When tho recently plying of coal to German warships ference with Senator Root NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS' 16 YEARS "Mercury" was well underway, nnd In tho Pacific, Is Included in the laa new is foundation for tho report that tho HAS SERVED without 'the expected escort, on tho 0nb.erlbt dwlrlng the poper i"nt to the making of neutral vessels Islatter Is to discard his aspirations for 4drM out girt the old nddreM In morning of September 3, tho British test blacklist Admlrallty. Charterers by the and throw his support presidency r, tho Vestal," was seen sued Bnlto'eee Local and Notice 10c per line and 5c tho to Col. Roosevelt for the promise of Wife of Judge Cnntrlll Active .In bearing down upon the lone vessel, nro warned not to uso this steamer Mr line for each additional Insertion. Thnl.15c any tho other vessels mentionllchnlf of the Slayer of Wiltho position of Secretary of Stato Obituaries, Resolution! and Card ol aud before noon tho "Mercury" was dr In of blacklist, which It is chargliam Gocbcl. tho ed line, moner In ndrnnce. should Roosevelt be nominated and fired upon nnd forced to surrender. tree, but other being operated with tho cap Chareh Notice for eerrlcea .elected. When Laurens found that escapo ed ore idrertleemeUt. 8c per line. Great Leaders recognize the fact that the or ital of subjects at war with will recelre no was Impossible, ho hastily burned Anonymoue comtnanlcntlona D. Britain or are engaged In unneutral of tho Chicago convention Frankfort, Ky., April nomlneo Mention threw overboard all his most valuamust bo someone favorable to the E. O'Sulllvan, chairman of the board ble documents. One of these pack- service. IsIf the party is to be re- of prison commissioner favoring, ages .TIECXiasrXEOZTKO. "Tho list, which is tho fourth Tartar the British sailors fished out of MadaframCrtam CMrrlbrlo..A ...... m...m... ..123 united and It Is thought that Hughes and Commissioners M. 3'. Conley and tho water, and unfortunately it con- sued by tho Admiralty, shows a sub.. SO Theso F, Tom Hatcher opposing, parole last 3T0jcra.xa' tonwould not be objectionable. PHOSPHATE H0ALUM-- N0 tained a copy of tho original paper stantial Increase in blacklisted leaders, however, would at heart pre- - night was refused Henry Youtsey, that had been drafted by Vahbcrkel, nage over the previous list. FRIDAY, APRIL fero one with whom they could talk who has spent 1G years In prison af- - tho Dutch Minister, and William Tho nationality of tho vesself of patronage, the present position of tho tor conviction for complicity-- in the Lee, of Virginia., setting out tho pos- tho American Trans-AtlantCompa- tho Alexandria of tho Kosmos Lino, Justice forbidding such, and were assassination of Governor Goebel. sible form for a treaty between tho ny, of which Richard C. Wagner, of n German Concern. ANNOUNCEMENTS. . that more clearly recognized It would Henry 'E. Youtsey's application for Dutch provinces nnd tho United Mllwnukce, Is president, captured by ' Notice to Creditors. bo taken as another point In his favor freedom came after 1G years spent In States, when tho Independence of the British, is left blank, but thero is tho We are authorized to announce by tho rank and file. Trying to pick iall and Drlson cells during which Tho McIIcnry Deposit Bank having The nn nnnotntlon ill tllO blacklist that latter should bo established. TOM SPURRIER, of Grayson county, a running mate for the nomlneo for tlmo hundreds of persons of every finding of this paper was subsequent- these vessels aro temporarily engag- been placed In tho hnnds of tho BankKentucky nil pat-ro- ns as a candidate for Congress, from the president would be entering Into stilt political faith have labored to se- ly mado the basis by Great Britain ed In tho Government servlco whllo ing Commission of Fourth District, subject to the action deeper water but Is not unlikely that cure his liberty. Prominent among having claims against snld,bank for a declaration of war against the nwaltlng decisions of the prize court. of the Republican primary, Saturday, wo will enter the booth in November those actlvoln his behalf for many butch. liquidation) aro notified to Whllo tho blacklist Is larger than (now In containing" among August 5, 1916. proven, to tho with a little slip years was Mrs. J. E. Cantrlll, widow Laurens was taken to England ever tho list of exemptions for ves- present same, properly others the names of Hughes and Had-le- of Judge J. E. Cantrlll who occupied in charge of Captain Koffel. When sels chartered for tho Allied trado Is undersigned at McIIcnry, Ky., on or Or It tho bench In the Franklin circuit or Hughes and Burton beforo tho 6th dny of July, 191G. they, arrived In London, he was con- also growing. The cross between the Elephant may L. C. BROWN, be Roosevelt and Hadley or Bur- court during the stirring times fol- veyed to tho Admiralty Office nnd being a pure air sho was 40t4 The Sacramento beforo and the Dull Moose, ton. Who knows? Special Deputy Banking Coni'r. lowing the murder of Governor Wil- from there was sent under a strong given American registry In 1914, was animal, doesn't like Barnes. liam Goebel In the winter df'1900. guard to Scotland Yard, and was. Under tho administration of Gov- placed In a small chamber. The folThe undertaker never profits by MINERS AND OPERATORS REACH NO AGREEMENT ernor William O. Bradley, Youtsey lowing day ho "was examined before the death of the offlce boy's relative FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY. was employed In the office of tho Lord Hillsborough and other notaon opening day of the baseball sea,1 Accom- state auditor and It was known that Louisville, Ky., April 5. son. bles. Lord Stormont conducted tho plishing nothing toward an "agree- he was to .be secretary to Governor examination, which was very brief, To tho Hon.Jno. B. Wilson, Judgo of tho Ohio County Court, and tho Fiscal The negro troops made a good ment over the wage scale at two ses- W. S. Taylor In tho event the latter and then told Mr. Laurens that ho Court of Ohio County: showing last week when they bagged sions, at The Seelbach yesterday, defeated Goebel in the gubernatorial was to bo conducted to tho Tower of We, your committee, appointed to make financial statement Gentlemen: thirty Mexican bandits and winged Western Kentucky miners and oper- race In 1899. Taylor was given the London on "suspicion of high treaperiod beginning of all money handled by the Treasurer of'OhJo county, for as many more. ators adjourned until this certificate of election but a contest son." Jnnunry 1st. 1915, and cudlng January 1st, 1910, beg leavo to submit the ,i at which time adjournment probab-i- v was filed and Frankfort became tho Mr. Laurens was confined In the following statement: Another way to avoid possible to rendezvous foi" numerous mountain- most conspicuous part of the Tower will be taken until Tuesday RESOURCES. , complications with Carranza Js to await results of the conference be- eers, adherents of Taylor. The Goe-h-el and the keeper was directed that he $22(239.29 Jan. 1st, 1915, bnlance of cash In treasury our men in Mexico provided tween anthracite operators and iave all faction said these men were should not allow the prisoner to hold Jan. 8th, 1915, received from W. C. Blankenshlp, clerk, land hunting license. with York. City anil the refer- brought here to Intimidate the Dem- conversation with any one, and that ' S7,97 i sales for taxes vote of United Mine Workers ocrats who were pushing the Goebel he should not be allowed to write or 2.22C.61 13th, 1915, received from S. O. Kcown, tnxcs.collected Democratic Congressmen from endum Jan. The being tabulated at In- contest before the legislature. The receive any letters. G0.0O Kentucky have plunged into some of America, Jan. 20th. 1916, received from Mrs. Nancy Kcown.addltlonnl loan dianapolis now. concapltol was surrounded by state 900.23 state One of the curious features In 28th, 1915, received from S. O. Keown, taxes collected. . . . boiling water by advising the KenJan. As there Is thought to be no chance troops ordered here by Governor nection with his Imprisonment In the Mar. 7th, 1915, received from Mrs. Ora Johnson, loan i.uuu.wu tucky Legislature to kill the Woman .. ... . local committees reaching an Taylor and practically everybody In Tower was that Mr. Laurens was of the 1,700.00 11th, 1915, received trom m. a. iiauen, loan amendment. .Suffrage Mar. agreement at any near date, mem- Frankfort went about armed. 5,000.00 compelled to pay rent for his two lit- Mar. 12th, 1915, received from Bank of W.hltcsvlllo loan walking to tho capltol In tle rooms, and find his own food, May Sth, 1915, received from H. M. PIrtle, cash collected for big bock beer bers acreed yesterday to cut the While Some fellow hung a I 4S.0O jign over our desk the other day number of the two committees from company with Colonel Jack Chlnn- fuel, bedding and candles. When County Farm Demonstrator Is trouble twenty to six members in order to an(i colonel Eph Llllard on the mom- the situation became clear to his and consequently there May 8th, 1915, received from J. H. Stewart, amount refunded 5.00 He made our mouth curtail expenses. Members or tno lng ot January 30, 1900, a shot fired said to his Jailer: "When"hrewlnc: ." for labor twice, paid Operators' Sale Committee, as a re from an office In the state house ever I caught a bird In America I May 10th, 1915, received from J. E. Mitchell, cash collected Jor jvater but we got his "goat." Tucker, W. struck Goebel. In the breast and he found a cage and victuals for him." suit of the, cut, are-I- I. 24.60 County Farm Demonstrator lines being drawn about G. Duncan, Jr., and W. W. Bridges, fell Into the arms of CoL Jack 1,400.0 If the Friends tried their utmost to ob- May 13th, 1915, received from J. L. Masslc, loan "Villa are no more consistent than With J. A. Smith and Judge L. M. chlnn. ,..- - 600.00 tain the release of Mr. Laurens, and Mnv 13th. lflis. received from Lewis Massle. loan 2,000.00 the bead Hne3 featuring the bandit Wickiiffejas advisejstothe commit- - j" 7 Youtsey.Caleb Powers, then secre-te- o. upon the occasion he was told that May 19th, 1915, received from J. A. Bellamy, loan The miners' Scale Committee tary or 8tate and later congressman If he would "write two or three lines chase In the dally newspapers the 8.113.G5 Juno 4th, 19U5, received from S. O. Keown, taxes collected old fox has a mighty good chance now consists of Richard Baker, W, from the Eleventh Kentucky district, to the ministers," and barely say he July 6th, 1915, received from W. E. Travis, cash collected for ' O. Smith and J. T. Main, with George and "Jim" Howard were convicted of was "sorry for what Is past, a pardon 150.00 io slip through. County Farm Demonstrntor Baker and Robert Pollock as advis- complicity in tho assassination. Cap- would be granted." 4G5.G4 But the re- Aug. 13th, 1916, received from S. O. Kcown, taxes collected. . . . So many people do not 'know the ers. tain Garnett D. Ripley and Berry sponse from the prisoner, was quick Aug. 24th, 1915, received from Mattle Wilson, &c loan 1.S50.00 correct pronunciation of the names National officers of the U. M. W. Howard were acquittde and Govern- and decisive in the negative. " 1,468.26 Sept. 7th, 1915, received from S. O. Keown, taxes collected.:.. prominently connected with the Eu- of A. now attending the conference or Taylor fled to Indiana where he A full year rolled around and still Oct. 5th, 1915, received from W. F. Howard, loan 1,630.00 we have trouble ropean War that of anthracite men in New York are has since remained, a fugitive from Mr. Laurens occupied the little rooms 1,566.34 making ourself understood when we expected to announce agreements Justice until pardoned by Governor In the Tower. On the eighth of Oc- Oct. 9th, 1915, received from S. O. Keown, taxes collected.... 5,580.00 Oct. 9th, 1915, received from W. A. Stinnett, loan Yefremovklye, etc. speak of covering wages and operating condi- A. E. Willson. Caleb Powers and tober a message was brought to him Oct. 29th, 1915, received from Leslie Taylor on account of Iron Howard spent several years In Jail that provoked his hearty laughter. tions within a few days. Announce16.0S fence sale around court house WHO'LL RE THE NOMINEE? through mistrials and ap- - The Governor sent a man to collect Nov. Gth, 1915, received from J. E. Mitchell, cash collected for period of time before the ment of the result of the referendum fighting With the ' Is expected from Indianapolis peals until pardoned by Governor the amount due to two wardens for 1.00 County Farm Demonstrator . . National Convention gradually grow- vote one year's attendance upon Jhe' pris- Nov. 10th, 1915, received from S. O. Keown, taxes collected. . . . 4,394.21 county Republicans Sunday. The vote 'will tell the re- Willson. ing shorter Ohio If Youtsey did not appeal from the Mr. Laurens replied miners' balloting on tho are beginning to wonder more sult of the cutting their demand for life sentenco Imposed by the Scott oner. Lordships would permit that to Nov. 15th, 1915, received from Fred Miller, subscriptions on him their 15.00 heretofore who question of Hartford and Ccntertown pike .thoughtfully than 5 circuit court to which his case was draw his money when due, he would "will be the choice of the party to op a 10 per cent Increase In wages to Dec. 9th, 1915, received from S. O Keown, taxes collected... 25,494.21 Operators In the Western transferred and slnco his conviction continue to pay his own expenses, 4l- pose President Wilson In the Novem per cent. field, however, have refus- - in 1900 he has been confined in tho but ho would not pay the wardens, .$87,934.99 ."7. .. Total received from all sources ber election. Tho candidates are (Kentucky t per ceni to agree whom he had never employed and state ueiormaiory at r nuiKiun. DISIUJRSEMENTS.' thinning and altho picking a winner ed so far demandingto tne in turn a flat It was charged that the day before vhose services ho would be glad to Amount paid W. W. Urowder, Farm Demonstrator, salary.,....? 300.00 increase, at this stage of the game is rather reduction of 20 per cent on all the assassination he was seen in tho dispense with. paid as allowed by Fiscal Court for roads and Uv amounts an uncertain venture, all Indicaoffice of the secretary of stato with Finally tho news came to .Lon brl'lges and not charged to any certain district, election of- , tions point to the selection of Justice work. a peculiar pattern of rlflo and Im don of the surrender of Lord Corn- a fleers, printing and general expenses . . .'. . 10,3161 Hughes, with Colonel Roosevelt It, wallls. mediately after the shot was fired Mr. Laurens soon became Salaries of County officials A, S. OF E. NOTICE AS , . ' 4,673.58 close second. build- aware of,the anxiety of the Ministry TO THE POULTRY DEAL was charged he ran from the 70.36 . .. Incidental expenses of county Jail . . Hughes secretly covets a deIf Mr. ing crying "Goebel Is shot." Ho suf- to get rid of him, but the dilemma Amount paid out for clothing and board of Inmates at the counsire for the nomination he has wiseDon't forget the next poultry de- fered a nervous collapse In court, his was In tho difference of opinion as 1,422.31 ty Aim House ly played tho game in not making condition delaying the case several to the method. Edmund Burke us- Amount paid out for paupers outside ot Alms Houso 1,534.99 Jjnown his ambition in tho advance livery at Hartford and Beaver Dam probably preventing the In- ed all his influence to abate the se, 569.75 .'. Vital Statistics stages of the fight. Had he done so on April the 12th and 13th, and at days and of the death penalty, though verity of treatment and secure the By amount paid contractors on would undoubtedly Cent'ertown, April 13th, p. m., and fliction Hartford and Ccntertown pike. . 4,911.58 Jite candidacy he confessed his part in the conspir- release of Mr. Laurens. Then news By amount paid bV T. II. Benton, County Road Engineer, for be looked upon with much less April 14th,all day. poultry can be de- acy to put Goebel out of the way. He flashed across the Atlantic that the Hurtfoul Magisterial District No. 1 Remember all 3.340.90 favor than It now commands, but always maintained, however, .that ho son of Laurens was the custodian ot 1,589.17 Heaver Dam Magisterial District No. 2 having preserved the dignity of his livered at pooled prices whether you did not fire the shot. Comwallls In America, and that his Rockport Magisterial District No. 3 1,728.89 office by refusing to enter tho race have signed the pledge or not, as tho Goebel was declared elected by the treatment of the humiliated noble- Cenlcrtown Magisterial District No. 4 out1,648.16 he has won a place In the hearts of purchaser has agreed to take the legislature the day after ho was shot man was exactly the reverse of what 1,688.67 the people and consequently looms side poultry, or In other words, this and on his death bed was sworn In his father had experienced In the Roslne Magisterial District No. 5 Sulphur Springs Magisterial District No. 6 2,315.49 lip like a winner. Ho took no active is done in order to avoid contusion as governor. He died February 3, Tower. Fordsvillo Magisterial District No. 7 2.107.G0 part In the memorable split of 1912 at the car and' to give everyone a and Senator J. C. W. Beckham, who From that hour severities were 2,499.81 and Old Liner and Progressive alike chance to take advantage of the high was elected Lieutenant Governor on transformed into civilities, and In Bartjett Magisterial District No. 8 During the' year, the following Indebtedness ot Ohio county has pould conscientiously support him as prices. govthe last day of December, 1781', Lau-reu- s . Thirteen cents was the maximum the ticket with Goebel became been paid: , the nominee. " . . .' was taken ,from the Tower and pool was" ernor. 2,080.00 Loan pt J. P. Stevens .'. Jn the East, the middle West, the price up until the day the Youtsey was arrested almost Im- was henceforward free. Instead of , 537.00 Pacific Coast States.and the New bought and is yet except in territo- mediately after the shooting and on being brought to trial, the Duke of Loan of C. W. Moscley 3,000.00 Loan of Farmers & Merchants Bank '. . ,'.', England States Justice Hughes Is re- ries where the pool has raised the account of ,. the intense feeling be was Richmond sent for him and discuss- Loan ot Bank of Whltesvllle '. 5,000.00 garded as a big figure and while all price. This raise was compelled by get taken to Georgetown for trial. He ed divers plans for coming to a right Loan of Bank of Hartford -. , , 2,416.79 of these sections will not Instruct for other produce firms In order to with the United was convicted in the spring of 1900, understanding the organizaLoan of'Bank of Hartford Jjlm they will send enough delegates poultry and weaken 3,140.00 three months after the assassination States. ,,, , 1,000.00 favoring his nomination to look after tion. tidings of Mr. Laurens' Loan of Bank of Hartford and came immediately to the peniWhen the Don't forget that the buyer of this 24,144.00 J)is early Interests in Chicago. Many Jan. 1st, 1916, to balance of cash in Treasury N tentiary. release reached America, Congress at of the delegates will be instructed pool bid the highest prices and that In prison Youtsey has been a ste- onco placed him on the' Peace Com sons and will so cast others have bid more on the day of Total $87j934.99 for favorite nographer In tho office of the ward- mission, and he was with his col To better Inform the court, wo are giving you herewith, total amount of tbeir votes during tho first balloting delivery to buy you, and not to pay en, a teacher in the night school and leagues In Paris when tho preliminahut as the smaller timber Is eliminat- more for your poultry; that It is a leader in religious work inside the ry treaty was concluded. Louisville money borrowed during tho year 1915, which amounts to'tho sum of and you have paid on the indebtedness of Ohio county during this ed it would not be at all surprising costing the pool buyer more than walls. Evening Post. year, the sum of '$17,173.79, and as you will notico frpm theso figures, the to eo them flock to the Justice, and the other fellow, since he pays to -- , Indebtedness has Increased In the sunn of $3,486.21, whllo you had on hands Vr cent, to if nominated there is little probabili- tho organization 1 Administrator's Notice. refusing to accept. So little pay your dues so that the organiza- STORIES FROM THE ty of his All persons having claims against at the first of January, 1915, cash In the amount of $22,239,29, and pas'1 AMERICAN HISTORY in fact that It Is not worth consider- tion may bo maintained, and that the estate of B. P. Petty, deceased, on hands January 1st, 1910, $24,144.00 and as your cash balance on tho Hughes is a big man but his this Is paid above the' sale price, first ot this year, 1IH6, Is $1,904.71, and tho difference botAveen the cash ing. In the summer ot that dark and are hereby notified to present the prpportions are not so unlimited that which Is as follows: Hens 114.30, memorable year for America, 1780, same properly proven to me at Nar- on band as above cited and the additional Indebtedness Is only $1,581.50, which Is the net sum that tho Indebtedness of Ohio county has been Inlie is too almighty to be the president Cocks 9c, Ducks $14,30, Turkeys were groping about rows, Ky., on or beforo May list, 16c, Geese 12c, Guineas 25c each. when the patriots creased. pf these United States. Respectfully submitted, In an uncertain way as to the future 1910, or they will be forever barred. As for the Colonel, he has ex- So now don't sell yourself but deliv. knowing themselves IndebtC M. CROWE. of our country, Henry Laurens, of Persons ' w-- . pressed no desire whatever to be the er the goods to the pool car and save C. O. HUNTER, tJ, ' South Carolina, coresident ot the ed to the above estate will please see sit" T,T Republican nominee, but notwith- your "organization. W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Continental Congress, was commis- me and settle at once. HENRY M. PIRTLE, standing that fact he is certalu to apAdmi1. T. H. BENTON, L. B. DANIEL, by that body to proceed to sioned County Sec'yt 40t2 when the scene la Hartford Republican; set at Chicago, Juno 7th, GRAN! . ar man-of-wa- &AKINC Absolutely Pure POWDER if ic y, nfc-rnin- mln-ersihN- non-reside- nt ... ... ... .- , .'.... ,- " -- -- :wv pear formidable s '.' ji .1 ) i EASTER ' W. K. S. VICTORIOUS y ACCESSORIES! Now that our Millinery opening is over, our Easter npparol is the next thing thnt confronts us. To rid yourself of worry, our advice to you is tot do your shopping early, and of course, do it at our store. The now things that will add beauty to your appearance are to bo found right on our shelves, including New Woolens, New Silks, New White Goods, Etc. i Ml W M' hi; hr& i il AV Mu-- A Slmpli Frock o( Voild McCalt Pattern No, 70J7, one o( th mtny new detigm for April Our Ready-mad- e Ready-to-we- ar Department. Spring Qoats, new Skits, in wool or wool material, Waists in Georgette, Crepes, Crepe de Chino, Tub Silks, Marquisetts, Etc. v M ilery Department.. The rusk 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. ' Remember, this, and Profit by Trading with a House that ' Saves You Money. shots at his father. John was attempting to uso a shot gun on Charley when the town marshal mado his IN FAST BALL GAME appenranco upon tho scene, stopping further procedure. fff On being presented in Court, Char-Icwas dismissed, but John was glv- QUINTET, FALLS BE,en a fine, by Jury in County Courts FORE HEAVER JDASI TEAM IN of ?20.00. HARD FOUGHT GAME. Itj appears that Charley was making an effort to protect his mother and self from a husband and father Tho largo buch of basket ball fans who had loaded up on a bad brand of that gathered In tho Deaver Dam John Darley Corn. opera houso Saturday night to witl ness tho battle between the . 'KO NEW'CLEW team, of Louisville, and the West KentuckV Seminary squad were cerIs Found In Regard to Tho Missing tainly not tho victims of an April Bedford. fool Joke. Far from It. They games ever one of tho best Lexington, Ky., April 6. No now staged in Ohio county, and not until clow to the fato of S. W. Bedford, tho timekeeper's whistlo sounded the missing insurance man of this taps was tho result evident. city, has been recently found, accorda" bunch of husTho visitors vero ing to Preston Neal, of Shakertown, kies, heavy, fast on their feet and a cousin of Mr. Bedford, who was In good shots and nt tho closo of the Mr. Bedford had this city preliminary practice it was apparent Intended to spend the night of FebDam'team was In for that the Deaver ruary 18 with Mr. "Neal when last tho battle of tho season. Tho game seen at High Bridge that day, and started llko a flash and after a short Mr. Neal hasbeen taking an active scrimmage Capt. M. Dames, of tho part In tho search. homo team shot a beautiful goal from A hat was found recently near the ft" difficult angle. Tho visitors then railroad, Mr. Neal said, but It was affair not like scored and It was a see-sathat worn by Mr. Bedford until several goals had been shot. W. when he was last seen, and, a handbeK. S. then took a lead but fell kerchief was also picked up in the hind when tho visitors spurted and neighborhood, but it bore no marks-to- t made five rapid field goals. Deaver Indicate that it ever belonged to Dam rallied, toqk tho lead and main- tho missing man. Mr. Neal believes tained their advantage by a slight that his cousin was probably murdermargin until tho whistlo blew, the ed and robbed and his body thrown final score being 40 to 33. down the cliff into tho river. Tho Louisville fellows were game to the last and took their drubbing Breaking Plows, Vulcan Chilled, They' conducted good naturedly. Blue Bird and New Ground Plows at themselves as perfect gentlemen both reduced prices. on and off the floor and made many W. E. ELLIS & BRO. friends during their short stay in Deaver Dam. The line-u- p did score follows: STRAY STREAKS. Heaver Dam I J. Head, f. (9) Davis, f. (G) M. Dames, f. (22) Duvall, f. (,16) (By Fluke McFluke.) Moorman, c. (8) j P. Dames, c. (G) The Boss and I had trouble last Pirtle, g. (6)' Finley, g. week and the streaks were left out'en Thomas, g. Miller, Carter, g. the paper. He paid me up and we're Heferee, McKlnney. back on the Job again. Umpire, R. Head. y, U lu ed to-da- y. w I HIGH CLASS COAT SUITS S12.50, $15.00, $18.50 WORTH DECIDELY MORE. for this week's selling are values that are seldom to be had at the very beginning of the season. They are highclass in every particular style, fabric and tailoring and. will compare most THe Suits we feature favorably with suits costing decidedly more at other stores. You will find only the newest styles 'in plain colors and the popular shepherd checks. . Come and see them. We believe that you will agree with us, that they are better than you will find elsewhere at the same price. ORGANDIE AND SILK WAISTS. Many styles to select from. You will find these waists of more than ordinary value. Price $1.00 to $2.50. LADIES' SKIRTS. See our navy, black and shepherd nr check Skirts, ranging in price from , ' $3.50 to $5.50. 4--6. I&l&Gb, V t ' ir , Dr. Wlllard Lake, Simmons; Dr. J. and Mr. Guy Stateler, McHeury, were in FRIDAY, APRIL 7. Hartford yesterday. The Kentucky Educational AssoTABLE. ciation will meet In Louisville, L., H. & ST. L. R. R. TIME 22nd, inclusive. No. 113 duo at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. on April 19th, to 7130 a.m. This meeting should be well attendNo.- 110 due at Ellmltch by Ohio county teachers. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. ed p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. 6:35 Get out your last year's fishing ' Lv. Irvlngton .. 5:56 p.m. tackle. Go to the River and try It Ar. Louisville . 7:40 p.m. awhile, then come by Petty's and get Lv. Loulsvlllo .. 8:35 a.m. a mess of those fresh Reel Foot Lake No. Ar. Irvlngton ..10:06 a. m. cats and buffalo. Fresh shipment In Lv. Irvlngton ..10:40 a.m. Saturday. 1:04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch After tho enforced Idleness of several months, duo to bad weather, M n. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. work has been resumed upon tho South Dound, No. 115 Improvement southwest of Hartm. road 8:45 a. Due at Hartford ford, uifon the Hartford and Center-tow- n North Bound, No. 114 road way. 5:55 p. m, Duo at Harfford In order to permit tho faculty of (Both "Mixed Trains. Hartford College to attend tho K. E. A., which convenes In Louisville, For Halo An Invalid chair. Ap- on April 19 th, to 22nd, tho Hartply at this oftlco. ford Board of Education has decidMr. O. ETTaylor, of Deaver Dam, ed to give holidays on the 20th and was hero yesterday. 21st. Call at "Ellis Milling Co. and seo Mall me your orders for high grade the Aluminum cook vessels. 10 per cent $1.00 Acid Phosphate Mrs. I. pTBarnard, of Louisville, per 100 lbs. Corn, Wheat and Oat grower $1.20 per 100 lbs. Golden Js the guost of Mrs. J. C. RHey. or Louisville, Leaf Tobacco grower $1.25 per 100 Mr. I. P. Barnard, will arrive today for a short business lbs., at car. D. L. D. SANDERFUR, trip. Deaver Dam, Ky. " Simmer-ma- n 39t3 Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Lee party was given by the SenA box left Wednesday for a short visior Class of the West Kentucky Semit in Louisville. Mines, inary at the opera houso In Beaver M,ra. M. M. BardweU.Taylor Dam Saturday riight, after the basarrived yesterday to bo tho guest of ket ball game. About twenty-nin- e Mr. J. W. Ford. elegant lunches, boxes, containing ' j. j. Bozarth left on vVednesday were sold to the highest bidders and goes for Tulsa Oklahoma, where he the bidding was quite lively. Nearto workn tho oil field. ly $30.00 was realized, which will Mrs. F."CFellxanrdaughter,Mls8 be used to defray expenses of comMary Elizabeth, of Loulsvlllo, will mencement. . arrive tomorrow for a visit. Eggs For Hutching. x Nancy"Fo"rdrwho"lI In school Miss S. C. Black Mlnorcas, Northup Bowling Green, spent Monday and at Strain pens, headed by big classy Tuesday at her homo here. Tennessee, mated to for garden cockerels from my choice hens and pullets. White . breaking and general hauling. Prices Wyandottes, choice .cocks mated to right, satisfaction guaranteed. 384 hens and pullets not akin. Eggs Flo-ne- r, Misses Katlo'Peo'dleton, Gorln from either or both breeds $1.00 per Leila Glenn and Elizabeth Moore 15, $3.00 for 50, It taken at once spent Saturday In Owensboro. $5,00 per 100. Castrating and othBy uslnjTEUiV'Bluo Ribbon Flour er veterinary work carefully, done. with L. T. BARNARD, you can stock your kitchen Hartford, Ky R. 4. Aluminum cook vessels at wholesale 40t0 ' prices. Notice To Housekeepers. If After April 1st you will be fined at Duy Ellis. Milling Co.'s Dlue Ribto run you allow your chickens of bon Flour. Every sack contains a large. U. S. Carson has a car load Also a car of coupon which entitles you to a piece the best poultry wire. at Wholesale Wire Fencing for the flqld of Aluminum Ware . American 39tf price. Hartford Republican. O. McKlnney, Deaver Dam, Ill ... Yes, This Was Some Cowl Lee SImmerman says that the very cow 'he ever owned In all The boy preacher, Roy Gabbert, best milk cow which preached at the Baptist church Wed- his life was a had never raised a calf and the nesday evening to a crowded houso strange part of it was it was a comand as a result of .his efforts an old-timon failing with this particular love feast developed. Much praise was heard of the young min- breed of cattle, as this cow's mother never calf. Roll ister's endeavors and the 1nlqu0 ser- likewise you're raised a snoring. aver Liz, vice was enjoyed by tho entire congregation. Mr. Gabbert Is not yet We pulled the private office door eighteen years of age, yet he can be open the other night Just in time to favorably compared .with orators see the editor kiss a big billy goat many years his senior. Somo cruel isidack in the face. placed a big bock beer Rev. B. W. Napier delivered one hearted rascal sign Just over said editor's desk, In of the best sermons of his career at his absence. We lamped large cotho Methodist church Sunday morn'of water coursing down ing. A fairly good crowdfheard tho pious drops 'Mr. Editor's Jowls as he wishfully pastor but it Is to be regretted that gazed at tho aforesaid sign. the house was not full upon this occasion. said that a certain 245-Ib, It is banker in town has split a one cent Church Social. two halves together The ladies of the First Christian niece and nut In such a manner that It is lmpossir Ghurch gave a social at tho home of b!o for tho other fellow to win In Mrs. W. J. Bean last Thursday evenmatching. A word to even tho half ing. Each lady brought a hen or enough. price thereof and each gentle- wlse ought to bo . the man was supposed to bring a rooster says that he is three or the price thereof. It was a suc- . Roll Riley weeks and four days behind with his cess in a financial way as well as a ll fishing. Wo figure 'on most "delightful evening spent in the spring for n Job when the weather homo of such n splendid hostess and opens up and the worms begin to most pleasant entertainer as Mrs. Most delightful music wiggle. W. J. Bean. was rendered by Misses Anna Ray blooded, full An Englishman, and Mary Austin Carson. Solo by cam.e Into our office yesterday and Mrs.- - Claudo E. Smith, accompanied by com by Mrs. Joo Miller with' tho violin. grossly insulted himself (not ing Into tho office, however). He Also music by Miss Evelyn Clark worked himself Into a rage and left enand Miss Beulah Palmer. The vengeance against us and tertainment was so well planned swearing everybody else and told us, in no and, carried out that the guests were very reluctant to leave even at the uncertain terms, where to go. Hoch der Kalserl Pon my wold, what a late hour of ten o'clock. bally nuisance. Avaunt! AMONG THE CHURCHES. 1. strlk-lngRo- CARSON INCORPORATED, 8 CO. Hartford; Kentucky. LADIES' READY - mWEAR More and-- more the demand grows for things ready - to - wear. , Larger and larger our stock grows to meet this demand. The variety we show in Ladies' Suits, Coats, kirts and Waists will prove very interesting to any prospective customer. NOTICI'-SeoEcCnJ- al Xence. k The Columbia Life Insurance Co., VICTORY TOR FRENCH. will loan you halt the value of your land for 5 years. No loans taken for less than $500. For terms, seo Reported To Huve Taken Position North of Avocourt. ' W. H. PARKS, Hartford, Ky. " 36tf Lorfdon, April G. The Paris War . Office announced this afternoon the In The County Court. The will of W. H. Williams, de capture by the French of a large por- ceased, was probated last Monday, tlon of the position north of Ave of decedent, court. known as Bols Carle, or W. D. Luce, "square woods." This ground was qualified as executor. The will of Robert L. Llles, de- captured in the course of fighting ceased, was also probated on Mon- which went on all of yesterday afday, as yet, no administrator has ternoon and last night in the Verdun region west of the Meuso, on the ' been appointed. Bethlncourt line. Mrs. Deo Cooksoy recently quali- Avocourt At one point along the Avocourt-Bethincou- rt fied as administratrix of the estate of line the Germans sucJohn D. Cooksey, deceased. as ceeded In penetrating French posiPen Maddox recently qualified administrator of the estate of Har- tions. Two attacks were made by German rison Maddox, deceased. trops against French positions, north A number of warrants were recent- of Caillette woods, but they were ly Issued for parties in tho vicinity without results. Rumania Getting Ready. of Broadway, or Simmons, on acd London, April 6. A count of alleged illegal sale of lidispatch from Bucherest, filed by quor. Router's correspondent there March 21, says that, In view of the undis Shooting Affair Aired. John King and his son, Charley, of guised military preparations of BulHartforil, were mixed up In a dlflV garia on the Rumanian frontier, tho culty on last Saturday night at their. government of Rumania is taking home, and Charley fired two or three "necessary measures . son-in-la- w long-delayet Latest and best styles in all the best materials represented. Suits priced at $12.50 Coats priced at $5.00 Waists priced at 50c Skirts priced at $3.00 to to to to $30.00 $15.00 $ 5.00 $10.00 C E. P. BARNES & BRO. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. niwtiSMiMMtpwwrwMr m c L ' FARM DEPARTMENT Mr, Hownn Holbrook sold from his Fnrnt Notes. farm, 1 H miles from Hartford .MonMr. day a Hcrferd cow and calf. Worth Dell was tho purchaser and paid $125.00 for tho two. Mr. Berry Wat Saturday sold to Taylor and Deard, Beaver Dam, ten head of steers, totalling 12,250 pounds. The bunch brought per pound, or $918.75. The cattle had been fed for 135 days on ensilage, cottonseed meal, corn and pea bay. Mr. Rial Is one of Ohio county's best farmers and has tho reputation of being able to convert a hill Into a swamp, by crop rotation, In two years. 7c Wagon loads of hay poured Into Hartford Monday from every direction. This hay goes from here to Atlanta to be rebaled; thence to tho Allies to be fed to the thousands of Jjorses engaged In the war. Mr. J. C. Her, of this city, has ordered for his 1917 stock of poultry four E. B. Thompson Barred Plymouth Rock hens and one fine rooster, The Thompson poultry Is noted all over the country and the prizes taken by his breed are numbered Mr. Her already by tho hundreds. has a setting of eggs from this stock in hatch. He takes great Interest In raising poultry and has some very fine stock. The poultry business Is increasing from year to year In Ohio county and It seems that this will soon be ono of the greatest producing counties In the State In the future. Several car loads of poultry have gone to the Eastern market from here this year and It Is likely that several more will follow before the season closes. Ohio county farmers took advantage of the spring weather last week to start their plowing. Gardens are also being broken and the seeds of another year's harvest will soon be covered over. According to a report from the State agent, a boys corn club in Minnesota last year sold between 200 and 300 bushels of seed corn at $4 a bushel. ' W. R. Moorman & Son, Glen Dean, Ky., sold this week to Corban and Drake of Orllnda, Tenn., one Short-por- n bull and 10 cows and heifers. This Is the foundation for a pure bred herd and should be a good investment for their owners. A vegetable novelty brought from' China by tho agricultural department's plant explorer and now under experiment Is a radish with a root large as a child's head. This A ia somewhat coarser and inferior in flavor to the small radish, though the Chinese cook it must like turnips and also pickle it in strips in brine for use as a relish. Grass cutting, on the lawn, says the Agricultural Bulletin, should begin just as soon as the lawn mower can get a good hold. Tho very early cutting may be made with tho lawn mower set close to the ground. As coon as the growth of grass a little less vigorous, tho mower should be set just as high as possible. This high cutting should be clone as frequently ns though the grass were being cut shorter. es ms business that can be made successSplendid For Rheumatism. ful only by the man with a knowl"I think Chamberlain's Liniment edge of production with ingenuity and business acumen and a willing- is Just splendid for rheumatism." writes Mrs. Dunburgh, Eldrldge, N. ness to work. Farm Bulletin. Y. "It has been used by myself and other members of my family time Spraying Don'ts. 1. Don't use Paris green without and time again during the past six adding at least an equal amount of years and has always given the best lime; twice as much lime is even of satisfaction." The quick relief from pain which Chamberlain's Linbetter. spray carelessly; every iment offords Is alone worth many 2. Don't part of every plant should be cover- times the cost. Obtainable everym where, ed by the spraying fluid. 3. Don't waste the spraying mix Tho World Over. ture by allowing it to como out of Bolivia's chief exports are tin and the nozzle In a stream. A fine mist rubber. Is much better". Crime increases at tho rate of 300 4. Don't spray until you8 know just what you are doing. Follow per cent every twenty years. About 2,240 pounds of apples are directions carefully. 5. Don't spray while It is rain- required to make 150 pounds of ciing or while it looks like rain. der. to keep the The city of Copenhagen is dally 6. Don't neglect spraying mixture well mixed all the consuming about 25,000 pounds of American salt pork. time. The reindeer has been known to 7. Don't forget to wash out all parts of the pump, hose and nozzle, pull 200 pounds at ten miles an hour for twelve hours. when you are through spraying. In Jewish marriages the bride al8. Don't leave the spray pump out of doors. If taken care of It will ways stand at tho right hand of the last a life time. Farmers Home groom; with every other nation of the world her place In the' ceremony Journal. our power to exploit food stuffs.very ,iii anvo nhnut 40 nor cent of tho WILURD WANTS TO much depleted and wo find the im- corn crop. That Is to say that tho o ports of such materials constantly stalks and blades of tho crop QUIT FIGHT GAME nbout 40 per cent of tho crop. Increasing. grain only Is saved this A certain percentage of our farm- When the ers aro Increasng their power of pro- valuablo part of tho crop Is lost. Every farmer nnd dairyman with a IS NOW RICH MAN AND MAY duction and are making their farms places on which to live tow mui wilt need n bIIo for eco RETIREMENT WITHdesirable IN SHORT TIME. These men are "pure breds" nnd nomical feeding. The cost of tho silo j ' have already eliminated tho scrub will be an tnvcstlment. The silage tho cutter Is sometimes owned by several garden, animal, the meagro n dearth of conveniences about tho farmers In order to reduce the IndiDavid New York, April 6. But the cutter farmstead, and In the home, In fact, vidual Investment. of Chicago, stakeholder for tho have brought tho mind Into action. does not requlro a heavy Investment Willard-Morafight, Is of the opinion It Is to this element of our farmers and most farmers prefer to own their that When Wlllard has fulfilled his The tractor or circus contract be will nnnounco that that wo must look to tide us over sllnge machinery. tho low ebb in tho farming interests. gas' engine may bo used for power. he Is through with tho prlzo ring Those who aro to put up silos this forever. Lewlnsohu snld before leavWo must differentiate clearly between large yields per aero and a year should make their arrange- ing hero for Chicago that Wlllard successful farm unit, for many a ments to plant a crop to fill tho silo. told him when he signed the contract man makes largo yields and yet can- Usually tho silage crop Is planted a for the fight with Moran that he not succeed In general. This is little Jater than tho regular corn or would not enter into any moro bouts. probably duo to a lack of system, sorghum crop. Tho Important matter "Wlllard is ahome man," said Inefficient animals, too much work, Is to plant so It, will yield well and Lowlnsohn, and when I went to him g requlro cutting at a time when this poor Judgment In buying nnd some weeks ngo, representing Tex or to some other such cause. can be dono without Interfering with RIckard, ho was not anxious to fight This man and likewise tho farmer tho other work. Farm and Ranch. Moran. Ho was finally persuaded to with depleted soil, little and inferdo so, because of his manager and FARMERS FREE WANT ADS. ior live stock, few conveniences about myself, but he was not very enthusiatho premises and an unattractive stic about It. Wlllard Is a rich mnn. For Sale Several flno rooster pea- Ho has $100,000 right now in Chichome, find farming unprofitable. Farming Is not a get rich quick fowls. Apply to Mrs. F. L. Ward, ago banks and has Invested $25,000 scheme but is a good conservative Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 3. more In n fine home in Chicago. com-prlsLowln-Bohn scll-tn- profemBlonal HOTEL I1 a&. POWaMN" .WASHINCTO! Otto Martin C at Law Attorney 'D.C. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice bin prxrfewilon la Uris and adjoining counties. CommorcW and Criminal Practice a Specialty. T. WAI1E8TIIATTON Cromwell, Ky, OTTOC.MAIITW Hartford, Ky, .LofameM yin""ely"whtt"foo3 bound, coururyracn. r 'llt.virflrftiiDh!!Mrjfjof.lU II Z lbPowhUn.beiiS.Ui hotilt STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practlco Uielr profession In this and djolntng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice Prompt and vlgoro" Specialty. service. Notary In office. "The champion is very fond of his family nnd his children nro growing up, and ho wants to be with them ns much ns possible. The contract he has with the circus for the coming summer means $150,000 in cash to him, nnd when that Is fulfilled I think you will hear Jess announce that he Is through with the prize 'TS TowKatan "7 rtf?ned elusive, ind rtttful. Its excel luit location on Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th and II Strettt, makes' it a desirable headquarters (or 'bridal couplet, tourist parties, conventions, Schools and 1 colleges. The Powhatan-'attra- cts .the of culture and education. people Its proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, alio to many Interest, points of historical makes this hotel especially attractive" to a discriminating; ' public. . Tha " Powhatan "oS era""room with detached bath at 11.50, 32.00 and up. Rooms with private bath, $2.30. JJ.C0 and up. Vnte tor booklet with imp CLIFFORD M. LEWIS .Manager, 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. DR. HART VETERINARY SURGEON BEAVER DAM, KY. 0. E. "' ring. "When Jess signed to fight Moran, he said to me: "Dave, I've got all' the money I need. If I live to a ripe old age I will never spend all the money I have now. I'm tired of the excitement of tho flqhtlng game and I want to settle down and lead a quiet life. My opinion has been realized and I have the fortune I wanted when I first took up fighting as a business." , Office James Taylor's Livery narn. i fti pHUME' V' i I I I I I I ArzJL GUARANTEED SERVICE Ono ana TRADE. MARKS promttlr Inl all eounui.c or no tie. Meobuln PATENTS! THAT PAY. atrertlM U.m UeRrtntUy, at our I I auuutip jou u success. EcMirodtL paolo or urten ror PR EC report! ro j.arr emetic. BUR on tenuuutr. PASSIM Q RtrCRCNCCS. For frt GuMe I eI Hook on rronubU I'attnta vnte to bw.-boI b C5..- tUJd x ii.mt, NOTOM. O. WASH avsntn Biraac,'I CASTOR IA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of hundred per cent value. O. W. Special work for W. Cla&&&ic. - W. F. STEVENS. Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. Representing Continental is a Government Whitewash. We give below tho formula for government Wo bewhitewash. at lieve this should be published Jeast once each year to encourage its use on the farm. This is tho season when stables, cellars, fences and Other structures should1 be whitewashed. Paint is unusually expensive, hence the demand for a serviceable whitewash that cau be used as a substitute. Coloring matter may be added if the user so desires. Take a half a bushel of unslackcd lime, slack in warm water, cover It during the process to keep in tho eteam; strain the liquid through a fine sieve or strainer; add a peck of ealt previously well dissolved in warm water; three pounds of ground rice boiled to a thin paste nnd stirred in boiling hot; half a pound of gluo which has beenprevIously dissolved over a slow fire. Add five gallons of hot water to the mixture, stir well and let it Stand for a few days, covered to keep .out the dirt, strain carefully and apply hot. Docs KuriuliiK Pity. This question may bo answered "yea" and no. While It Is a hard thing to say, still It Is quite truo that the American farmer has been something of a failure. This statement seems a paradox but while wo have done a large share of "feeding tho world wo have dono so by exploiting the natural resources of tho country. At the present stage of this explola-tlo- a we find our soils worse for wear, 1 ; The French fishing fleet off the Newfoundland banks, consisting of eleven steam trawlers and twenty-fiv- e sailing vessels, caught 23,294,-42- 8 pounds of cod. It Is believed that all lions are A famous explorer says that when a Hon desires to strike a forcible blow It nearly always uses tho left paw. It is estimated that 140,000,000 people now speak the English language, 51,000,000 tho French, 33,000,000 ItalGerman, ian, 42,000,000 Spanish, 13,000,000 Portuguese and 75,000,000 Russian. The orange was originally a 'pear-shape- d fruit about the size of the common wild cherry. Its evolution is believed by naturalists to be due to 1,200 years of cultivation. In the garden rotation. Teakwood Is used in India for genTho object of the gardner Is to season and toy eral purposes In house and ship build produce vegetables in maintain tho fertility of the soil as ing, for bridges, railway sleepers, far as Is consistent with system. A furniture and shingles. It is also used much for carving, tho Burmese rotation helps him to do this. always to be reck-one- u carved teak being especially noted. The seasons aro with, but the progressive, ener- Teak Is strongly and characteristicgetic gardner will not wait on tho ally scanted, is of oily texture, and seasons. Ho will plant, cultivate, tho surface feels greasy to tho touch. gather and sow and take his chances Teak logs when first cut will not float. Tho wood darkens with age, with the seasons. very im- and after a number of years becomes The garden can bo mado a, portant part of tho farm. It should almost black. When ono watches a canary dainbo a greater factor for economical living than it is on most farms. Ono tily picking at Its Httlo box of bird way to make It produce more Is to seed, one is not likely to reflect on rotate the plants' and use intonslve tho large quantity of that food which Nevertheless, methods of cultivation. Farm and Is eaten every year. during tho last year the canaries of Ranch. this country consumed a total of 4,704, G25 pounds, or 2,350 tons of Silage for Cows bird seed. At tho advanced price of The dovelopement of tho dairy incents a pound, which has been dustry In this country means greater 5 in force since tho war mado it diffuse of the silo. Higher priced land import this material, the tiny means that dairymen and farmers icult to birds have cost their owners $258,-754.8feeding cows must get more grazing Popular Science Monthly. and more feed per acre than when According to R. B. Wdlverton, land was cheaper. radio expert, the high The silo makes it economical to United States steel towers, hitherto thought to be use expensive land In feeding cows. indlspensablo as a part of tho outfit Corn, sorghum and other crops used of a wireless station, aro not necesfor tho silo yield well as a rule. Land He says that a wlro planted to corn or other silage crops sary at all. stretched along tho ground for about will yield a great deal more feed than COO feet will nnswer tho purposo If used for grazing. quite as well as tho olovated antu-ma- e. Silage Is almost lndlspenslblo in He asserts ho has successfultho dairy cow's ration. In winter ly "picked up" messages from vawhen grazing Is impractical tho silo with this slm-pl- o furnishes succulent food. Cows on rious distant stations of attachment. Improvement high concentrated dry feeds aro apt great vaiuo may bo expected in wireto "get off" their feed without silage. telegraphy and telephony it this Cows require a certain amount of less discovery proves to bo what ho as-- . aro bulky feed. Their stomachs adapted to consume, bulk such as hay Berts. grass, sllago, etc. With silage it Is not a difficult matter to balance tho FOR FLETCHER'S ration. Summer drouth Is often disastrous to corn. If one has a silo the crop may bo cut and saved, when without It Is (oily to try to convince a man It tho crop might be almost lulned. ho can't sing after he has taken tho highball. It has been estimated that tho silo thirty-thir- d at the left. Rotation In The Garden. The wise, resourceful farm manager recognizes the Importance of a safe, dependable rotation of crops. Likewise should the pratlcal gardner recognize the importance of a rotation of garden plants. Very early vegetables may be followed by later vegetables planted for fall. In this way, we are able to supply our tables with fresh canned or dried products during tho entire year. Following lettuce, radish and spinach one may plant tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, okra, etc. When the English or garden peas are removed late beans, llmas, cowpeas, cantaloupes, etc., may be planted. Many other plants aro adapted to lead or follow LESS THAN 300,000 ACRESOF FOREST BURNED IX HI 13 Washington, April 1. Forest fires burned over not quite 300,000 acrjs of .s'atloual Forest land in 1915, according to official reports Just compiled, op less than two acres per thousand. Out of a total of 6,321 per cent, did damfires, 346, or 5 age to the amount of $100 or more. The timber loss was 156,000,000 board feet, valued at $190,000.00. Although the season was regarded as one of unusual exposure, owing to delayed fall rains, the loss was materially below the average of tho last five years. Over 87 per cent of this loss occurred In the States- - of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, while more than 72 per cent was In Oregon alone. Besides the timber loss,fires destroyed reproduction, or young tree growth, of an estlmnted value of $160,000, and $3,407 worth of forage. The loss per fire In 1915 was $60.41. which Is $14.03 less than average, while the cost tho flvo-yeof fighting each fire was $2p.S3 less. Lightning figures as the chief cause of forest fires in 1915, as it does in tho average year. Twenty-eigand a half per cent of the fires Campers were ' duo to this cause per caused l'S per cent, which Is, 2 cent higher than tho averago. Eleven por cent wero caused by brush burning. Nearly 11 per cent wero origin. Railroads of "Incendiary wero responsible for nearly 9 per cent of the fires in 1915, as against per cent due to this causo in 14 the average year. Tho cause of over 15 per cent were unknown. operations caused less Lumborlng than 3 per cent. ar ht I Marblo & Granite Co. "left-handed- ." 00 RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To half pint of water add 1 or. Bay Rum, a small box of Barbo Compound, and Ji oz. of glycirlno. Apply to the hair twice a week until It becomes the desired shade. Any druggist can put this up or you can mix It at home at very Httlo cost. Full directions for making and use come In each box of Barbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and removes dandruff. It is excellent for falling hair and will make harsh hair soft and glossy. It wtll not color the scalp, Is not sticky or greasy, and does not rub off. v r . 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Northern IlliBest in tho city for the money. nois dairy farmers made good their to dump their milk In- Special attention to the traveling threat today to the ditches rather than see it go public. to Chicago distributors whorofused to meet. the demand of an Increase OWENSBORO, KY, cents in price, of twenty-tw- o FOR PPRtOMll uvncun a ..i a jaiLlisPKioQjrcajfp.ny.Bortoo.Mass. ?5lrirtrc:J st G&QWiSQStiQG8iS&i99QeSQ9Qi SEVENTH CAVALRY WANTS. FLAG BACK CALL AND SEE Our Big Line of Spring Goods! FOR MEN. WOMEN CHILDREN. AND A big lino on display. We have the most attractive Morchondiso and price that we have ever shown. Gome in and see for. yourself. RELIEVE MEXICAN TROUDLE OF FERS OPPORTUNITY TO LOST EMULEM. RE-COV- 1 S !SSSflSSSSSK Attention Farmers! "Wo quoto you carload prices on Drain Tile. Note Prices as follows: 4 Inch, Q 25c per rod, weight 140 lbs. to rod 35c per rod, weight 192 lbs. to rod 5 inch, Q . C Inch, 46c per rod, weight 221 lbs. to rod ,.75c per rod, weight 312 lbs. to rod 8 Inch, S If you will write us, giving your railroad station, we will tell you whnt the freight per rod will be. Wo will secure the lowest possible freight rato. Lot us figure out the cost of a carload for yau, delivered at your depot. Write us a postal card, and our price will come to you by first Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. mall. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Incorporated FORDSVILLE, KY. Joko Wilson, Mar. HOUSE WITH GANNON TO KEEP OUT WOMEN NONE OP THE FEMALE SEX HAS SEEN INSIDE OF NYGKEN'S PALACE SINCE ERECTED. Oakland, Cal. A house, the Interior of which no woman has ever seen. For seventeen years, or ever since it was erected, its doors have It rises been closed to womankind. to a height of four stories, and cannon stick out from tho concrete foundation, giving It tho appearance of a fortress. It Is occupied by a confirmed bachelor, who Bays: "Get married? I guess not!" Such Is tho house located at No. 3763 Brookdale avenue, and owned, occupied and conducted by E. A. Nygren, an Since 1S99 Nygren has dwelt alone In his Eccentric lodge, sleeping at night In the topmost turret, llko a minute man propared for any emergency. His houso is built after the manner of a Moorish fort. From n tho concrete base fourteen cannons bristle out in defiance to the despoller of homes. Resting would-b- o on top of this base is a smaller circular story, on top of this another, und the wholo structure Is topped by a llttlo watch tower. In the yard a fountain plays over a bellicose-lookin- g mediaoval turret, and even tho tnukhouse takes on tho aspect of watchful waiting, with two big eyes cut through tho top story. "It's Just a fancy of mine," exI get "Resides, plained Nygren. more air and suntihlno with tho house built like this. I'd llko to sell. It's too expenslvo a place for a bachelor, Tho birds aro building nests In my cannons and the placo Is running down. Get married? I guess not. When a follow gets ns old as I am and has a llttlo money saved up, ho gnftvs suspicious of, all tho women." His faNygren Is a philosopher. vorites are Fischto and Descartes, "They're, both egoists like me," ho said. "I'm an egoist." Nygren Is also an author. In tho evening ho locks himself in his tower and pons his (Ideas Into a huge book, which ho calls "Tho Millennium." In this ho has rearranged society Into one great nation, with one language,! organized Industrially and governed along military lines. Men are to work but two. hours a day and Chicago is to bo the industrial capital of the United States. Blx-lnc- by Mrs. Tweedale and. their son. Mr. Tweedale, who a few years ago attracted attention by reports of psychical phenomena at the Weston vicarage, told tho correspondent of tho Yorkshire Post that on Decern-be- rf 20 last his wife, their son and himself were rft luncheon, when suddenly his wife cried out that she saw tho apparition of a man with a full head of hair and beard standing at the other side of the table, to the left of their son. Mrs. Tweedale directed attention to the figure, "but neither the father nor his son could distinguish It. Telling his wife to keep It there, al-ton reflection he admits he does not know how Mrs. Tweedale could compel the figure to remain, he got his camera, which was loaded with quarter-plat- e slides. The vicar then placed the camera on a window sill and focused It up the room, the distance between the camera and the position where his wife said she stUl saw the figure be yards. lng about three and one-ha- lt The light not being favorable for an Interior picture, he gave an exposure of 25 second. Mrs. Tweedale described the figure as that of a little man and said the top of his head appeared to be about on a level with her son's shoulder.' Mrs. Tweedale and the boy sat at the table while the plate was being exposed. The resultant negative appears to 'have, corroborated Mrs. Tweedale's vision. Mr. Tweedale explained that he personally developed the plato shortly afterward and It had not left his possession. size Tho negatlvp Is a quarter-plat- e and reproduces the corner of tho room. In the foreground Is tho dining table, the white cloth of which reflects the light Into the corner, Sitting at the table Is Mr. Tweedale's son and opposite him there is n shadowy but distinct impression, of tho head and shoulders of a little old man, with abundant hair and flowing beard. Tho figure, which appears to bo position, 'almost in a hides that part of the furniture and a piano which lies behind it, and this, In Mr. Tweedale's opinion conclusively proves that the apparition had definite objectivity, altho' invisible to the normal vision of himself and his son. In response to the suggestion that tho camera may have played a trick upon him, the vicar said he had carefully examined conditions as they wero at tho time. The camera is in perfect order.. No person of similar appearanco ever bad been photographed by him and none of the family recognized the figure disclosed on the negative His wife, he said, clairvoyantly saw the figure which she described, and upon the sensitive plate being exposod a figure was disclosed and was recognized by Mrs. Tweedale as being like the man she saw. London Cor. Chicago Herald. semi-recumbe- nt Knoxvlllo, Tenn., April 1. That tho brilliant work of tho United States Seventh Cavalry, now In Mexico In pursuit of Villa, may result in the regiment having restored to It Its right to a regimental flag Is moro than probable, Inasmuch as the members of- the regiment to a man entered Mexico with such an end In view. According to First Lieut, .and Acting Capt. T, H. Drown, of Troop M, of the regiment, all its officers and men crossed the boundary determined to perform such signal services as. will bring about a restoration of the flag which has been denied the regiment since its annihilation in Gen. Custer's last flght,when Its flag was lost. The Information comes in a letter to Capt. Brown's brother, F. M. Brown, of this' city, To have this flag restored, this regiment must conquer a foe, or do some signally brilliant service. It is said here that the Seventh is the only regiment in the service without a flag. The Serenth,under Col. Dodd, Tho MaH-OrdHouse. was in the Philippines until two months ago and was then transferred How dear to my heart are the scenes of my childhood to Douglas, Ariz., and from Douglas present When fond recollection via Columbus entered Mexico along them to view The with the Tenth negro cavalry. The church and the store, and the men were forty-eighours In tho school in the wildwood saddle, the first two days out, and And all the loved spots that my their determination to capture Villa Infancy knew. is an inspiration. It is said that Last summer I wandered again to when its band plays "Custer's .Last the village, Fight," the men of the regiment alBut found not'a neighbor of old, ways rise In a frenzy of cheering. or his spouse: the The streets were deserted, Rheumatic Pain Stopped. farms needed tillage The drawing of muscles, the sore The town had been killed by the ness, stiffness and agonizing pain of maid order house; Rheumatism quickly, yield to Sloan's when The village had vanished Liniment. It, stimulates circulation merchants were banished, to the painful part. Just apply as The town has been killed by the directed to the sore spots. In a short mall order house. time the pain glve3 way to a tingling sensation of comfort and warmth. Here's proof "I have had wonder- But one lone survivor, as scared as a rabbit, ful relief since I used your Liniment I found, and asked why the village on my knee. To think one applica was dead: tion gave me relief. Sorry I havn't "The town got "the mall-ordspace to tell you the history. Thank habit, , ing you for what your remedy has done for me." James S. Ferguson, And that was what killed it forever," he said. Phllada, Pa. Sloan's Liniment kills "It was not a war, epidemic, or 3 pain. 25c at druggists. pillage, No. foeman's Invasion or robber's Just Enoughness. carouse: "Know well what the people InThe money that should have dearticulately feel for the Law of Heavveloped the village en Is written there" Carlyle. Was all sent to the mall-ordI heard another scrap of street house wisdom this morning. Piercing the The money we earned here never roar of the clattering elevated train, returned here, It came to me In a pleasant baritone. When it was sent to the mall-ordTwo men occupied one of the cross house." clear-eye- d men : seats. Ruddy-facethey were, well dressed, all their HENDERSON COURT AGREES faculties trained upon the business TO APPOINT COMMISSION day before them, as guns upon an iwfl enemy. Having read their favorite Henderson, Ky., April 1. Henmorning papers, they wero chatting derson county will vote on a $400,-00- 0 of a man's qualifications for a post road bond Issue. This became that might be tendered him. a fact when the fiscal court agreed One of them finished the recital to the naming of commissioners to of his qualifications with this: "He handle the funds under the state Is a master in handling men. Whataid law. The action came as a surever he does, he does Just enough." prise, as the court at a previous sesThey got off at the next station, sion had voted unanimously against but the echo of their words remained the naming ot commissioners. Those There is back ot the road bond movement He ""does Just enough'." the art of management of mortals, were preparing to petition the court there is tact in a phrase. There is a to call oft the election. . fine art of Just enoughness. e It is one of the secrets of successA Good Family Cough Syrup. ful acting. An actor plays a scene Can be made by mixing Pine-Ta- r, with too much emphasis and he is Aconite,' Sugar, Hyoscyamus, Sassawritten down by tho critics as a rant- fras, (Peppermint, Ipecac, Rhubarb, t ho plays It with no little Mandrake, Capsicum Muriate Amer. earnestness his performance Is catal-ouge- d monia, Honey and Glycerine. It is as colorless. If he plays It pleasant, healing and soothing, raises with just enough of fire, Just enough tho phlegm, and gives almost Inof dellcato grace, he gives what all stant relief. For conveyance of and those who prefer ,not to fuss, It Is will agree Is a artistic rendering. supplied ready made In 25c bottles Tho master of painting will blend under namo of Dr. Bell's his colors so that there is Just enough Can be had at your drugof shade. If ho Is too lavish with his gist. Insist op getting Dr. Bell's colors it will be said of him that his and see that tho forstyle is too florid and some will bo mula Is on the package. 3 C . bold enough to call him a dauber. If The Slacker Gets. Back. there is not enough of color, his picFrederick Palmer, the war corresture will bo derided because its tints are too pale and It will be asserted pondent, was talking In New York thatjils colors are no weaker than his about England, whence he had just er ht er er er d, well-balancy. Plno-Tar-Hon- of glvo and take, and thcro should bo as much taking as giving. The good hostess Is one who gives you Just enough attention. If she presses her society upon you constantly, you wish you hadn't come to her party. If she has no eyes for you, you feel neglected, Truly, Just enoughness Is another term for tacti So In the art ot comforting. There are comforters foreordained for their work of solace. There are those who, by their presence and efforts, double our grief. The obtrusive comforter Is a pest. The person who gives too llttlo of sympathy Is a human glacier. I know a woman who was plunged Into hysterics by the letters ot condolence she received. "So many of them tell mo what a world of woo this Is," she said between gasps of hysterical laughter nnd a downpour ot tears. "As though I didn't know It. Can't anyone soothe or strengthen me?" Granted that It Is a difficult art to write a letter of consolation. But two elements may be present in any such letter, the note that you are personally sorry that the affliction has befallen the one who receives the letter, and some assurance of what that person has been to and done for the departed. Too much sympathy weakens, too llttlo chills. "Just enough" Is a worthy motto. They who adopt it will always have friends and welcome and success. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Foar Tears el DucoMrtgiag Coflditiow, Mrs. Bdlock Gar Up m Despair. had gotten so weak 1 could not i and I gave up in despair. 1 ttttV tf 1 At last, my husband got me a bottle Htubaid Came to Rescue. Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I com menced taking it. From the very first dose, it was helplngne. 1 can now. walk fwp miles jvithjwt Hi I could tell Catron, Ky- .- In an Interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all 7y woik.1' this place, Mrs. Bettle Bullock If you are all run down from womaalf .writes as follows: "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Trf years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman'stonic. It has helpti from only sit up for a little more than a million women, la Its flr while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous Success, and shout all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist htf sold Cardul for years. He knows what in my left side. this time, I could The doctor was called u, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recoa ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardul today. Writ tot ChatUnopja MeilctM Co.. LaM soon confined to my bed again. After Alvltoty Dtpt., Chattanooga. Tnn.. for BptiGi IrutruetUm book. Hast that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treataent far an your caia and Wemaa."aaoi in wrapper. 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"A slacker, for example, was passIt It constitutes artistry In the arts It means In business, as my ing a prison camp near London, neighbors, the business men, said,' when an Interned German shouted "mastery of tho handling ot men," at him from behind, the barbed-wlr- o -fence: and women. "Hey, Kitchener vants you!' The, good conversationalist Is the "The slacker frowned. 'What?' one who talks just enough. He must not sweep his listeners away on the he said. "'Kitchener vants you!' the Gertide ot his oratory .unless he occupies a platform and they are there to man repeated. " 'Well, by Jove,' said the slacker, listen. At a dinner table or during an evening call he is a boro. For 'he's got you all right.' " Washing conversation is like handball, a game ton Star, . art. returned. OTHER NAME. HOME all time.will HOME you I I For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oE ConstiDation. Feehrlght all tho tlmo. Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant on your feet, whilorelievingyour troub. le. .Safer too, and easy to tjake. Don'l take anything else. You can't afford sy it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat torn and relieves constipation. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur in its effect and certain in results. It won't be long before completely displace calomel in ever home.. Children can take it freely an with perfect safety.' Every bottle guar anteed. 50oand l in bottles. None genuine without the likeness and Blgna; ture of L. K.' Grigaby. For sale by Hartford. Ky. J. H. WILLIAMS, liv-Var-- Io warranted for If you purchase the NKV have a Ufa auct at tho price you pay, and will not have an endlct chain of repairs. II irhr J". iriQualIty Conid4 5: MvSnHil iMjSfEyft WiinnWflO fctiolha Cheapest lathe tad If you want a tewing machine, writ mu latett catalogae before you purchase. TteNwHwSiwkltakiM(X tr towM k IK Far mm aW Me back" a m AsJI-eal- Ma, ., ," . A - A i - 'I" Standing like a stone wall against the rising tide. With merchandise of all kinds going up by leaps and bounds, we are not charging you the advanced prices. Our expenses are down to the lowest notch. We have no losses, No middle men's profits. We hand the goods direct from manufacturers to you for only one small profit. Sell your produce for cash. Pay cash for your goods and saye money. Don't be misled by an offer of a cent or two more than the cash price for your eggs or chickens. Look at what you yay on the other end and you will see it pays to sell and buy for cash. They are coming for spring goods as never before. If it is anything to wear from head to foot for men, women and children, we can suit you and save you from 10 to 25 per cent. Goods arriving daily. THE HOUSE OF VINSON Beaver Dam, Ky. J. T. VINSON a SON.YOUR DOLLAR MOST," THE PLACE , XVHE:FeH BILJYiS & . t 9 .1 i it muzzle on him. Miss Nannie Shemwell, of Clcaton, is visiting relatives here. France. An attempt to press We have n pretty safe tip that Ed France. The Germans are still farther south against tho French in " i'eacn, or bynmons, visuea Morrow will not be a candidate, in With tho opening of spring tho strong offensive operations carrying the region of Douaumont has met ' ner sister, Mrs. George Shultz Sat-wl- the Eleventh 'district, for Congress Allies will make n terrific drive on northeast and northwest of' Verdun. all the forts of the central powers, repulse and considerable losses. rday night and Sunday. this year. About four and one-ha- lf miles northand tho carnage may startle tho JIIss EIIa Dennis, of Hopewell, the French South of Douaumont east of the fortress they penetrated raked the Germans with their cur- -' spent Monday night with Miss Ruth It looks now like Tom Snurrler. world. the Caillette wood, just outside Fort tain of fire, machine guns and Infant- - Graham present Representative from Grny-- 1 Douamont, after a violent bombard rv firp. fnrplni? tlipm tn rptrp.it In rtls- Mr, Flelden Turner and wife of ..- - , spn county, will not have opposition ' - The old addage that haste makes v.v.0 ..... . . . . . ment. From part of this wood th& Illinois, are visiting his father, Mr. for er. Other attacks failed. the Republican nomination for waste Is exemplified In the case of a ' r raitii, in uu iiuiiiuiiiiuu vuuiuer ui- Bud Turner. young Now York dentist who poison- Congress In tho Fourth district: Antack, drove back the Invaders. Miss Carrie Russell, of Hopewell, cd his millionaire father-in-laEngland. In presenting the new In other powerful attack was delivered budget In the House of Commons, lspent Monday night with her grand movement on, order to hasten tho descent of his Thero Is an actlvo against that portion of the Avocourt the British Chancellor of the Exche- - ma- foot among tho Republicans of the wife's legacy, and now tho young wood held by the French, but here quer estimated the direct war ex- - ' Mss Margaret Tomerlln spent Third district to abort J. Frank Tay--. dentist faces (he electric chair, the French barrier fire and machine Monday night with Miss .Shula Rob- lor's aspirations for the Republican guns held the Germans without gain. pendlture of Great Britain for the lnson present year 1,500,000,000 Anti-1 at Owensboro now has tho State for Congress. nomination The French now have entirely evacMiss Edna Ross returned hotne Taylor Republicans are urging R. P. j chairman ajiU pounds sterling, the total expenditure national committee-Greeuated the village of Vaux and have amounting to about 5,000,000 pounds Friday from a week's visit to Narlate candidate for State Su- - man of both parties. The drawn their lino south of the town, He provided for new rows. , sterling daily. Public Instruction, to llcans have just Franks but in its immediate outskirts. Mlssbs Ruth1 and 'Bessie Graliatn taxation amounting to about 65,000,- -' and McCulloch, but It looks now like enter the race. spent Friday night with Misses Eva the Democratic State convention will England, In an air raid on the 000 pounds sterling annually. ntton- and E9ther .. r While ono group of scientists are retire both Huger and Woodson. coast of England Friday northeast Mrs. Emma Stewart has returned b ,n iaboratorle3 inventing means Thursday. . perand Saturday nights fifty-nin- e after a tf) saye yon tho punlest Hves nn. Mexico. Francisco Villa, accord-lu- g to Jacksonville, Illinois, Card or Thanks. sons were killed and 1GG wounded. , 1)U"8y ,nvenUng munl. to reports reaching Juarez, is in week's visit to her parents. Mr. and. other We hereby exnress our most sin- Com. Lieut. Breitlmupt, com- hiding near Saveto. Unable to trav- mrs. jim lurtur. tions of war for killing whole na- - cere thanks to those who n iMiwiiv of tho wrecked Zeppelin mander Mr. Noel Hunter, of Illinois, Is tlons of people. Truly the activities el on account of his wounds the banassisted us during the last hours, and disavowed any desire or Intendit Is said to have taken refuge in visiting his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. of men offer many paradoxes. death of our husband and father. . tion to kill civilians In air raids, ilia lillla nnrl ilia niftatftt nt ilia S. C. Hunter. Mrs. W. P. Leach and Children. J. though he admitted that they might The only hero jvorthy tho plaudits unfortunately fall victims to f, American ,, expeditionary force, , if this . . , tho KNC..lII!Mi:.Vr ARRANGED. of the world Is the man who amid ' ' 'more inipoitant military obJectsf: .. Into a minute search of the moun, the tompest of temptation flrmU lain country In that section of Me? Spanish War Vcteianv To .Meet In keeps to tho straight and narrow 'Lexington Apt 11 -- 7 null UH.-- - way." lco Tuesday. Tho hardships suffered a by ,tho Mexico. Olllcerajut army head- American cavalry which, by forced ixviinlmi Iff A.irll r. ' i'i.' .7r Kentucky Republicans" need to Mvrtuibivui J, of " quarters at San Antonio, Tex., aro marches, caught tho Villa men near nual encampment "l1"tho Spanjsh-Guerrer- o, tjielr estinmto of Senator Beckconvinced that Villa has escaped from v. era described yesterday American war veterans of Kentucky ham. Thq Junior Senator' will ho a the region where Gen. Pershlug's When one of tho truck trains, which will be held In Lexington duriiiB,tfcj Democratic leader in Kentucky long .u.vU3 alo MMicmiitj lor mm. inior- - maile tho trin overland, jeturnqd to Kentucky G. A. It. encampment after.tho Stars of Stanley and James n.ation was received at El Paso to Columbus. Only small portions of April 27 and 28. This was decided .baye set. me eneci uiai jno uanu.it. .unwound- - tho trooperV original uniforms nt a meeting Of the Lexingre ed and accompanied by only eight main, due. to the hard wear they ton camp, which will at onco send Anent tho Republican Presidential men, was .fifty miles south of Chi- have gone through. Salt and tobac- out invitations to the camps nnd situation wo find this meaty parahuahua City thre days ago and that co are worth their weight in gold comrades in other parts of the State. graph In a Democratic newspaper: tie was leading his pursuers by sixty nnd the men havo lived for das slnco Tho visitors will bo met at tho trains "Tho Republicans will probably goi miles, A report from' Pershing to they My breeding stock are all In flno left the border off the supplies aud taken to the homes of members back to old principles nnd look for Gen. Funston made, no reference to the countiy furnished, which wero of tho Lexington camp and commit- - n candidate who will command tho shape. Four, good ones, two stal- reports of an encounter between few indeed. tees were appointed to arrange tho' support of tho samo army of voter lions and two Jacks American forces and the bandits Washington devoted itself yester- programme of proceedings and en- - wil0 elected McKlnley,whon,a, wave Leu lU'Jiuty, Jlcgfoter No. 12010 given In press dispatches curlier In day to an effort to straighten out tho tertainment. . j0f patriotic common sense swept ov- - This great draft Stallion, ono of the day. A report several days ago diplomatic entanglements which so Capt. J. R. Sams, of this city, Ad - er the country, nnd business men by tho best percheron horses In Wesof a fight between forces of Gen. far havo prevented tho use of the Jutant of tho Kentucky Spanish war the hundreds of thousands marched tern Kentucky, being a perfect modCano and Villa supporters indicates Mexican rallioads by the Americans. veterans, tonight issued a request tho streets demanding a practical el, having all the style and action that he had not rovolted. i that camps send him lists of widows , government. any one pould desire. In fact, this 4 horso ncvor was defeated in a show France. With the exception of , and orphans of soldiers in too &'poilJ Trance. Berlin claims that all intermittent bombardment in tho re- war, so mai no can Tom Taggart recontly appointed ring. He is blqck, with star in foreFrench positions north of Forges glons of Douamont and Vaux there send them to the national headquar-I- s Democratic U. S. Senator from In- head, standing 16 hands high, weighs Brook, northeast of Verdun, aro in little activity around Verdun. This ters, where tho claims for pensions diana, positively refuses to stand for 1,650 pounds. Ho has proven himGerman bands and that Germans aro unprecedented calm follows, a the new law will be propared election (his fall. Taggart Is tho self to be a sure breeder, Ho can now engaged In shelling Bourrus cessful French offensive, in which for application. The new law re- - smothlest politician in tho Hooster show more good coming Wood, five miles northeast of the positions have been retaken. cently passed by Congress provides state and warily docllnes to play tho and yearlings and higher prices fortress. u puiiBiuu ui fid a wum.il iur wiuuwt part of the sacrificial lamb, than an stallion in this nart of Kenr--' i Germany. In a notable statoment and $2f or each.; minor orphan. tucky, 90 per' cent of his colts being England. A British official state- before the German Reichstag, ChanFour years ego we Republicans mares, thejtind that brlng'tho high ment says that in the German air cellor Bethmann-Hollwe- g declared howel dollars. He will stand' at $10.00. w,ere raising a natloa-wld- o raid over Scotland ten persons were that there would be but one answer Alex II, Reg. No. 87103 for Presidential primaries, so the rns nrTniiPD'c killed and eleven Injured. Dunkirk to any suggestions of peace on the peoDlo could have a voice in the se- Is a beautlfuVW.'Vlth stocking feet was also visited by German aero- - basis of the destruction of Germany'.! i lection" of a candidate, and now that and stripe In facer standing 16 Vi men. fh i -. w n, Repub-perlntendent BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. military power tho sword. Reports half of tho States have such a law hands high, weight 1,250 pounds. (By J. H. Thomas.) tho people don't seem' to care a Ho is a suro breeder as ever lived that Germany planned to move Turkey. Tho Turkish War Office against the American continent at continental about who Is nominat- and can show more n In appointing John Barnes, reports the sinking of a Russian the close of the war and attempt to ed. horses than any stallion ever In this Tlnsley, Rownn Holbrook and transport with troops on board by a conquer Canada he denounced as the part of Kentucky, being the slro of ' Monday. Turkish submarine in the Black Sea. "silliest of all imputations invented Tom Keown, men whose fitness and The recent Increase In the cost of some that have a mark of 207 & Mexico. Reports from authentic Integrity no fair man will question, living Is followed everywhere by trotting and pnetng, and ho has sired against us." sources that Villa bands were plana committee to handle the county's demands of organized labor for a soiiio very fancy Baddlc horses. Ho Wednesday. ning an attack upon the American Messopotamin. Lake, in road funds, tho Fiscal Court has takGen. higher wage. Mexico. Thirty more Villa bandits stand at $10.00. line of communication between Col- have fallen victims to a surprise at- command of the British forces on the en the last prop from under the Spanl-l- i King, No. 1)30 1 umbus, N. M., and Casas Grandes and tack by part of the United States ex- Tigris, has announced defeat of the fellows who were opposing the road If Carranza's Is a responsible gov Tho great mnro mulo Jack, black the reported revolt of Col. Cano and peditionary force in Mexico. where en- bond issue only because some of the crnmeut, and ours Tho Turks at has proclaimed It back, white points' coming S years the de facto troops under him to the Tenth Cavalry under Col. W. C. trenched positions were taken. The proceeds might be wasted. , such.we should have said "Carranza, old, 15i hands high, with plenty outlaws were the features of tho Brown attacked a large force of Mex- victory gives promise of early relief old top, unless you cntch and decap bono and good heavy body. This Mexican situation last night. The, American Society of Equity itate Villa and his band of cutthroats ) Jack Is known as the fine Hamilton icans thirty miles north of Guerrero of Gen. Townshend's force at To a Kentucky man, Lieut. A. W. beleaguered since early De- has saved the farmers of the Green on April 1. Thirty of the outlaws, within thirty days, 'we'll seize your ;qck in uaviess county. Tho men nGullion, of New Castle, has been as- who were taking River .section several thousand dol- whole, bloomin' country nnd set It In who havo raised mules from him and their siesta when cember. signed the task of protecting the t Why order.1 Why should we spend mlll- - know of him say he Is the surest lars on chickens alone. tho first volley was fired, were killed. line of comunication which Notice. should not all our farmers Join it and , Ions of dollars Just to spank old Car breeder over lived and gets tho good Not an American was hurt. the motor trucks have, been using The next delivery of the pooled extend selling to all ranza's bad boys for him? kind, and tho mulo dealers of Owens-bor- o Full details of the engagement from the border to Gen. Pershing's have not been received even by Gen. poultry at Centertown, Ky., will be farm products? say he has got moro high priced field headquarters. He left ColumPershing, who forwarded the news of Thursday, April 13th, In afternoon, mules than any Jack ever stood in The saddest event, in the life of the scatbus yesterday to and Friday, April 14th, 1916, all the battle to Gen. Funston. If the Republican party will Just any man Is not the loss of fortune, Daviess county. This great productered bands of American troops left day. Prices as follows: Hens$14.30 keep decently sober it can depend State Department officials yester-- I nor .health, nor friends, nor even of er with one moro Jack will stand at on guard by the expeditionary force. day renewed the demands made upon per lOOIbs, Ducks $14.30 per 100 lbs, on Stanley nnd red liquor to wreck life Itself, n but the loss of his own $8.00. All Insure colt to stand and Dispatches received by Gen Gen. that he open the Mex- Geese 12 cents, Turkeys 16 cents, suck. selfrespect. at San Antonio Indicate that if ican Carranza for the forwarding of Roosters 9 cents per pound, and the Kentucky Democracy. Thanking you in advance and my railroads the search for Villa fails to the i supplies to the troops across the Guineas 25 cents each.old customers for past favors, Judge Tarter, of Somerset, has Upon his Induction into office north and east of Guerrero, Col. border. Although the First Chief 40t2 ALVIN ROSS, Com. Respectfully yours, announced his candidacy, on a stateDodd's forces will rake the moun- - approved Logan rushed down the plan some days ago the C. K. MILLER, wide platform, for tho Republican to the footlights tainous regions to the west and military authorities have been unable and trumpeted his POND RUN. In 1919. Kortlsrille, Ky. nomination for Governor may, south, In which the rebel chief to move any supplies so Jar on ac - . April 4.- - -- Rev. J. A. Collard fill- - The judge evidently believes in .the , avowal to unepver wholesale graft- , have taken refuge after his men were tho d. .nd count of the delay in transmitting the ed 1,,s regular .appointment at Pond U1U UlclAlIU UL IIIU call UI1U bClllilb wo are wondering now who put tho defeated by tho American cavalryRun Saturday and Sunday, orders to the Juarez commander, the worm. LATEST WAR NEWS planes with two reported killed. high-price- d Wil-bur- X Umm-El-Henn- a, a, 'M 225-mi- le I Fun-sto- - Atto- rney-General ,g For Sale Real Estate! Good Residence. Ono of the best constructed dwelling houses in Hartford, including garden and outbuildings. Excellent repair. Water In house. Owner moving to other property.- - Tho sale k price of this house and lot is $350' less than original cost. Call on or write us for further particulars. Good Fnnn. We have this week listed a 100-icr- e farm, 4 miles east of Beaver Oam, for sale. Hill and bottom land, miles from Greon River, 1 miles from 2 churches, 1 mile from school, wo story dwelling. Owner will' not lell unless taken before crop season. Call or write us for further Information. 1 J -- 5, -- . . . ! re-vl- so . JVe.it HuiikmIom. A modern bungalow, located on Clay street In the city of Hartford. Water and lights In tho house well equipped bath room. Stable and othpr necessary outbuildings Reasonable price. Terms to right party. Tor further particulars call or write ht Let Un Make Vour.fiule. If you want to sell your real estate, farm or city property list It with us. No charges, unless sale Is made. Wo have Inquiries every day. , Lnndloids nnd Renters. For a small fee we will rent your house or form or If you deslro to rent we will help you secure the place desired. 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