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XXV11L WILL BUILD NEW NATIONAL PARK iU "( IIODGEN-VILLE- , i ',. fc M Mi' J& By m- - 'nmM .'-,- 'Jk 'ttbJittm, JM OF OHIO COUNTY DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE Subscription $1 per Year No. 41 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNfcTrKY., FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1916. "No one could have dreamed what They have TWO ARE KILLED his future would be. FOR found tho log cabin whero ho was born, the place upon which it stood, IN OHIO COUNTY DAMAGES tho farm upon which his father failed to mako a living and it has been purchased and endowed with $50,-00- 0, and is now tendered to the GovONE DEAD: ONE WOUNDED AS BUTLER COUNTY MAN FILES ernment of the United States. It Is RESULT OF SHOOTING AFFRAY SUIT IN OHIO CIRCUIT meet and 'proper, in my Judgment, COURT. IN COLORED SETTLEMENT. that this bill should pass. "We aro building a great memorial to Lincoln here' in tho city of Washington, but that memorial TENNESSE AN IS STABBED CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY marks his service as a lawyer, as a -- rf i statesman, as a President. But afnot been born he Fierce Mix-u- p at RockporfEnds With Thirty-fiv- e ter all, if he had Prominent Citizens of would not havo been, President." Death of Roy Oiler Ten la " Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler e Tho County Jail. Involved. JAMES R. FELIX DEAD. - POTIONS $25,000 MNCOLN FARM, NEAR ACCEPTED CONGRESS. MY , NO OPPOSITION TO BILL Hop. Johnson Introduces Measure "Uncle" Joe Cannon- - SpeaksT" On Lincoln, aro Earl Holder, Bob Hammers, Silas Jenkins, Ther-o- n DON'T MOURN FOR Dorrls, J. A. Dock, and Silas Gardner, Marlon Drake and Willie and Tom Vaughn, Joe Klein, of Auburn VILLA NOW charged with a crime against a young girl, had his bond forelted and was fined $'600 and costs. ' OLD FOX STARTS STORY OF HJ e 91,730 For Old Stamps. OWN DEATH AND HIDES ' New York, April 11. The sale for IN MOUNTAINS. $1,730 of two postago stamps issued by the postmaster of Brattieboro, Vt., In 1846, one year before the United TROOPS BEYOND PARRAI, States Government made its first pos tal issue, was announced here to day. American Expeditionary Force Near 4 Chihuahua On The Durango WILLING TO HELP . under Indictment JUST -- 'X. t y. A petition was filed In Ohio Circuit El Paso, Tex., April 12. That the Court Wednesday by Attorney C. E. We see a good deal about tho American expeditionary force has' Smith, acting tor C. W. Barnes, chicken business being commercial- penetrated After a lingering Illness of several far beyond Parral and If wherein plaintiff asks for $25,000 ized and that Ohio county is coming near, if months James R. Felix passed away not actually at Chihuahua damages claimed to have been In- out strong as a producer and a great on the Durango at his home here Friday morning at border, is indicated flicted during the notorious possum deal of money is feeing invested In by code dispatches eleven o'clock. Although his condi recelvedhere Thlrty-flv- e hunting days. prominent getting the best varieties. But there afternoon by private concerns thl tion was known to be serious the with citizens of Ohio, Muhlenberg and seems to be one great difficulty in interests In death of Mr. Felix at this time was Parral. Butler counties, are Involved as de- making a success ot the business and unexpected. He had made his home In Hartford for many years and was utes later. A stray bullet hit AD fendants, and much Interest all over that is, the presence among us of El Paso, April 12. Masking hl well known. Death was due to Lawrence in the fleshy part of the this section will be taken In the re- some well known chicken thieves. trail with the deluding fiction spread Tay-lar- 's sult. The suit will come before the These scoundrels have lately clean-e- n broadcast by Mexican peons that, hd stomach trouble, with complications. shoulder but he will recover. clothing was cut In several court-at.th- e next term which begins out some fine flocks. Now, the had died of' wounds, Francisco VHI4 Funeral service was conducted at laws of Kentucky are, very strict In is thought "by Mexican military ofthe Methodist church by the Revs, places by Bullenger but no wounds the first Monday in May. The weapon used fThe home , Is at dealing with this class of' thieves, If ficers in Juarez to Bennett, Harlan and Napier and was be safely was a thirty-tw- o caliber automatic South-Hil- l, Butler county, while, most they can be caught. Could not some away today in the Sierra hlddea very impressive. The remains were Madr pistol. , ot the defendants live around, Rock concerted action be taken to round mountains, Interred in Oakwood cemetery. while the American car-ai- ry Taylor claims that Sullenger curs- port and Ceralvo, this county. A them up and put them In safekeepwarm praise. survived by a wife ceived The deceased is is pursuing a rear guard band Debate began last Wednesday, Mr. and three children, Clime, Cecil and ed him and that when he took ec few of them, however, are residents ing, to ra few years? ot Villa bandits whose strategy la to ceptlons he drew a "knife and that"he of Muhlenberg and Butler counties. Johnson spoke for his bill and Rep- Raymond, all at home. A Would-b- e Chicken Raiser. beguile Villa's pursuers away from (Taylor) tried to leave buf found' In his petition Mr. Barnes claims resentative Alben W. Barkley made the hiding place of their chief. The the door locked. He says lie then that the defendants were members of closing speech. Mr. Barkley held Mexican followers of Villa say it' la drew his, gun and fired in self 'defense1,' the secret order, commonly called NEW YORK MILLIONAIRE that it is but fitting that the people EDITOR REFUSED a favorite trick of the bandit leader He then left the place and started tb possum hunters and that sometime of the United States, by accepting when the chase became to hot for town to sitrrender. He was met oh In the year 1915, they were, in the from the people of Kentucky as al TO BREAK PROMISE the way by Sheriff Keown'who'-hii- a BACKING REVOLUTION him to have a story spread that he If party that banded together for the playground for the nation the Lin dead, bo that the ardor' of his pur heard ot the trouble, and 'placed him purpose and with the intention of coin Farm in Larue county, as this suers would be dampened. under arrest. Taylor Is nojp In Jail intimidating, alarming, disturbing year marks tho hundredth annlversa An entirely new version of the ' and Injuring him. He states that W. E. D. STOKES CALLED FROM story ot Villa's death was ry of Lincoln's departure from his ACCEPTED JAIL SENTENCE FOR waiting examining trial. brought . Sullenger, the dead negro, they attacked him in the night time LEXINGTON OWING'TO CONPeyton THAN CONTEMPTcRATHER birthplace. , here today by a Mexican cattleman, . ' DITIONS IN MExicO? several years ago killed Cuba Grif and, by force, whipped him with TELL WOMAN'S NAME. "The story of no single man In who claimed to have suffered a visifin, colored, In a pistol duel where switches, clubs and other weapons American public lite so touches the tation from a band of Villa .followers the Kentucky Light and' Power Com- from which he still suffers great' distender chords of the heart as does on his xanch near Bachinlba. This pany plant is now- located. He""- - es tress, humiliation and mental anLexington, Ky April 11. W. E. man said London, Ky., April 11. Russell that of Lincoln," said Mr. Barkley. that Villa was neither dead caped across the" river Wt'a f j guish, and says that he was damaged D. Stokes, the New York "Surely no other career encompasses Dyche, owner and publisher of the nor wounded, but that Pablo Lope, who has been ln,Xexlngt6n the pandit's ao tremendous a sweep from humble London Sentinel, who also owns a later came In and surrendered. H fin the BunTof $25,000. notorious lieutenant and origin to imperishable famo. Today controlling Interest In the PInevllle was acquitted of the charge of mur- ' vThe first section, of the petition, two; weeks looking after his horse In executtoner-ln-chlbad died and containing the names of the defend- terests. was called home today by a that Villa had, deliberately Jet our minds wander back to that Citizen and Harlan Enterprise, was der. used hl telegram concerning' the fortunes of death as the basis of ants, follows: The Rockport Trouble. poor homo In the Kentucky hills of sent to Jail here yesterday the second the story of hi Chief ot Police R. E. Her, ot Rock; The plaintiff, C. W. Barnes, states Felix, Diaz, of whose cause Stokes an- own finish. Nolen'a Creek where ho fished, hunt- time by County Judge L. W. Brown ed and played like other boys, and for contempt. Last Saturday he was port, brought Virgil Anderson, Leon thai the defendants, Claude Allen; nounced today he w,as one ot the rep The cattleman told the following; where ho listened to tho gentle voice, fined $3 and sent to jail for six hours ard Anderson and Warren Kelly to Alvlrf Fulkerson, Bob Matthews, Ed resentatives in the United States. story: Stokes and Diaz are close friends, of her whom ho tn after years was for refusing to disclose the name ot Hartford Tuesday and lodged them Curtis, Grover Brown, Herman Ren "I was in Guerrero at the time Vil a woman who he stated had told him In Jail to await, examining trial. der, Henry Bishop, Jim Chancellor, and .the Mexican stayed at Stokes' la came there and' afterwards whea proud to call his saintly mother." whiskey Leonard Anderson is charged with Alya Chancellor, Marvin Everly, Ce- hotel in New York some time. The the American soldiers Mr. Barkley referred to the proud Bhe saw Thomas Gregory-sel- l arrived. I beIn Rockport cil Fulkerson, Marlon Balls, Clarence El Paso story, regarding tho motives lieved It was safe for me to return history ot his State and pointed out to John Byrley. near the government the murder of what her sons had done for the na- building in this city. Mr. Dyche re- Friday night. Examining trial set Morris, Jr., Jim Morris, Perry Ash-b- ot Gen. Ynez Salazar, reputed to be to cry ranch. Dave Oldham, Jr., Silas Brown, the central figure in the plot having tion, both in Kentucky and when they fused to give her name, he said, be tor Monday. "Last Thursday, a band of twenty The killing mentioned above hap Harry Everly, Jeff Curtis. Edgar, to do with the Diaz movement, Is a ot Villas men rode up to the ranch vent to other parts ot the country. cause he had promised hei1 that he pened in the early night and was the Duncan, Ebb Asnby, W. K. Addlng-to- developement at variance with the house. They took a "In all this list two names stand. would not. lfttle grain thrtt Joe James, Dick Stearsman, attitude of Mr. Stokes, who said in I b&d and kllledone of my cows and Mr. Dycho was brought out ot Jail result ot a quarrel between Anderson ho said. "Wo fre out support ot Diaz, he has been in con- had a great quently marvel at the peculiar cir- late Saturday, and upon his second 'and Oiler The argument started in Henderson Stearsman, Henry Stearsfeast. They had several cumstances by which the careers ot refusal to dlscloso the woman's name j a pool room and when the pool room man, Orville Stearsman, Elzle Allen, stant touch with the federal secret bottles of liquor that they had seclosed was continued in another Harry Woodburn. Henry Addlngton, service department, and advocated cured at Guerrero and Minaca and men are hedged about. But who can he was ordered released, but wasj-waexplain on any other theory that tho ordered to appear back betoro the business .house and when that, too, R. L, Simmons, Haskel Kitchens. D. the Presidental aspirations- - ot the ?ot urctty drunk before they werr i was closed it reached the' climax on R. Wijson, Pen Fulkerson arid Bllllej nephew ot 'the deceased dictator, through. guidance of a Providential band, the Judge Monday, which he did. Upon his continued refusal Monday the. street, In front 6t Kovll's store.- juecK, and each ot tnem Were-onfa1'ornno uiaz, oecause ne Deueves bo fact that both Jefferson Davis and They ridiculed tho American sol & true friend of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, rival leaders In the he was fined $3 and sent back to Jail and was there converted Into a trag-fo- r the days ajid' datesef'eSfter'xc-m-'.tdiers and boasted about the way Vil Stokea rotused to discuss a dis- - la had fooled -great Clyll War, wcro born under Anderson claims the trouble plained of members" of and six hours more. After he hadjedy. the "Grlngoes" by Kentucky's sun and woro nestled to been in Jail some tlmo he sued out a had lfi beginning when Oiler boasted. atlng with tho secret, unlawful organ- - patch frpm El Paso, saying he desired sending guides to the American of? writ ot habeas corpus, which was. that be was tho best man In Rock- - ization or society, popularly 'known flrst to confer with interested parties ficers with stories ur different placet tho bosom ot two of her As tho nation will this day ac- tried bofore Circuit Judge WUUam port, or some such, while standing as possum hunters, and that eachof In New York. In which he was hiding. Then talked cept tho gift of Lincoln's home, so LowIb. Judgo Lewis doclded against near him in tho pool room. He also said defendants were on all of said i Stokes says Diaz hopes for an about Lopez and said he was dying may wo liopb that a day' not long Mr. Dyche and he was ordered back says that ho had started homo when parties to and members of tho ' American entente for mutal prog- - and that as soon as he was dead the OUer accosted him tho last time and conspiracy, hereinafter set out, each ress and protection, and relies on the Gringoes would bo told postponed a similar acceptance of tho to complete his sentence. it was Villa A acting In concert with tho other and United States as the keynote for such and then they would A friend of Mr. Dycho telegraphed asked If ho had offended him. Davis homo may bo recorded, and alhgo homo. .that theso two sacred spots may bo to Mrs. John R, Borelug, who Is now frlond called "Moxtcan'' accompanied . each counseling, advising, aiding, an alliance. Stokes Is authority for They did not say anything djffor- . IUU YUforever enshrined in tho lovo and im at Dawson Springs, Ky.. for nermtss- - tho dead man and tho defendants abetting and assisting tho other In the stntemont that Germany offered1' nn .hn , "USIVUUUUIO Ul .t. m. . sums 01 money ana , ,a bandits, but I understood agination of patriots everywhere, ty- ion to glvo her nanio. as Mr. Dycho'a claim ho threw rocks during tho the doing and, execution of tho unlaw from ,, nil u ni pifying the reunion ot heart and hopo informant nnd beforo he had been melee. After being knocked down by ful acts hereinafter stated. uu ummunmon thoi,. um that ho was far to ,) the . to start a revolution In Mexico, but South and and hand through' which our common taken back to Jail he received a tele- Ollor Anderson drew his knife and tnat tnoy wore under orv tho offer was rojected. ,.,. country shall more and nioro becomo gram from Mrs. Borolng authorizing stabbed tho former Just under tho ENFORCING GAME LAWS IN Stokes says dera , flnmnw,,ra nM - THE KENTUCKY MOUNTAINS ..t"0 church party in Mexico will sup o to the Judge, heart. Ho lived only a short while. tho land of boundless opportunity for him to glvo - -- -5"j Parral." port Diaz for tho Presidency bocauso , servlco and devotion, to tho end that which ho did. This brought Mr. Tho body of Oiler, whoso parents Thrt IVTnvtnn ...l. i1.1 .L'-.- l wo and thoso who shall follow us Dycho's imprisonment to nn'cnd. restore order and.wo llvo in Teiyiesseo, was taken to that Winchester, Ky., April 11. Gamo' convinced AmorirL- k t0 may bo nblo to adopt as tho motto ot Stato for burial, i Warden Elijah Roberts, otBreat,hltt OV"? fcJ liere,"who considered hlra reliable. CANDY FOR TROOPERS. our 11V03 that subllmo sontenco of county, tho only warden In the KenTen Prisoners In Jail. Villa's rldo South had bueti a disLincoln's whon ho said: Jailor Mldklff has n crowded tucky mountains, who declared he NICARAGUA RATIFIES TREATY astrous ono for tho villages and the " 'I am not bound to win, but I American Soldiers in Mexico Aro Sup- house over on the corner there being would break up illegal hunting and small towns through which ho has plied with Sweet. .am 'bound to bo right.'" ten prisoners in tlio county Jail for fishing in that section of tho State, U.S.WUIy $3,000,000 For Canal ;ra,ded according to numerous re Gen. Isaac Sherwood, CongressRights. various charges. ThcTioys say they arrested Gus Bcgloy and Bird Min-yarports received here. His men have Columbus, N. M April 11. Pub aro being wol fed aud most ot them man from Ohio; Representative Rusof Perry county, charged with looted at will and have been ruthless Washington, April 11. Rntlflca in their soil, ot Missouri, and Sloan, ot Ne- lication ot reports that American sol- seem to bo making the best ot their dynamiting fish, who were fined $100. destruction of property. Sevbraska, and former Speaker Cannon diers in the Mexican field have asked unfortunate position. George Roberts and James FugatOition by the Nicaragua:; Congress of eral reports relate instances of wospoke In favqr ot a unanimous voto for consignments ot candy have fllned $50 each; the treaty by which the United States men being assaulted and of Mexicans Mldktff's boarders and the charges for dynamiting, brought responses from young wom- against them are as follows: on tho bill. for $3,000,000 canal route who were shot because of James Ford, who was fined $50 their supI As it wub known in advanco that en 'In almost every section ot tho Will Langford.selllng liquor with- polluting water course with sawdust, rights ant a coaling station on Fon- - posed friendliness to Americans, but "Uncle Joo" was to speak on the United States. Every mall and almost out license; Theodore Bailey, horse and Ben demons, lined $10 for hunt- - Boca Bay was announced in a dis- - none of them has been corroborated, y gift, practically every every express train arriving In Co stealing; Hardin Tanu.er, "hog steal- lng out of season. Tho section of the; patch received here late today from (Kentucky Practically every man in El Paso Hduso-wa- s present-Ti- e lumbus brings parcels of candy admember ot the ing; Emlls Farmer) hog stealing; mate wnere uoDerts naB supervision Managua by Gen. Chamorro, tho Nl has a map ot Mexico on which he spoko tor more than an hour. He dressed to the "soldiers at the front." Charlie Burton, drunk and disorder- has never known any law pertaining caraguan Minister. The treaty al- picks out a new location, for the fuSixty pounds of candy was receiv- ly, time out, Monday; Mitchell Tay to fish and game. went into the details ot the settleready has been ratified by the United gitive bandit daily, but the most re- --' ' r ment ot Illinois, Lincoln's early ca- ed recently from a club ot young lor, murder (examining trial riot yet v States Senate. liable information Is to the effect Douglas and women in Philadelphia, this being heard; L Chas. Fulkerson',1, taurder "POSSUM HUNTER" CASES As the Nlcaraguan Government Is that he is In reer, his contest with Northern Durango, try'finally his relations with Greeley. His the largest single package1. Home- commltted ten years ago; Leonard PASSED TILL SEPTEMBER urgently in need,ot money, arrange- ing to arrange for a concentration many sto- made candles have also been received Anderson, murder (examining trial ments will be made at once for plac- for the Villa adherents, .remarks were dotted with who have ries of Lincoln's life, and although from ,young women in a number of Monday); Virgil Anderson, Warren fowling Green, Ky., April 11. In ing the $3,000,000 to its credit, prob- been operating under Canuto Reyes. expired the, ctlea. the former Speaker's time Kelley, adding and abetting In mur the Warren Circuit Court Monday ably In the shape ot a warrant drawn . parcel was car- der, (examining trial Monday.) The sixty-poun- d several times the House refused to afternoon. Judge McKeniieMoM con- on the United States Treasury and dei For Sale. allow him to be checked until he had ried to Col, Dodd'a force In Guerrero tinued the 'alleged "possum hunter" posited with some bank" to be desig- 1915 Model Runabout Saxon. Al Breaking Plows':: Vultaa Chilled. cases from Logan county till the by aeroplane, tt)e army medical oM completed his speech. nated by the Minister hfere. most as good as new, New tire. "Lincoln was bora in Kentucky cers recognizing' me value ot lC as Blua Bird aa'd" New GroWd Plows at Qeobr on motion ot The next step will be to authorize WUMrade for good horse and bug"' tit I recollect right, oh the 12th day food, while other packages have beea the defendia'te oa Recount of the ab- - the Navy Department to select the gy. V DON H. TICHBNOR. February, Mr, Cannon, sent forward by motor-truc- k "WiJ'iiLLia bro; V eT ej lapotaaf wltaeeaea. Taoae site tqrve Fonsfiea naval station. of 0U trala. Hartford, Ky. -multl-mil-lionair- e, ef Roy-Oiler y, n, s s r-l noble-womenall-dat- es six-ho- ur uiiu-wiuruioi- . Washington, April 12. Without n dissenting voice tho House today passed the bill making the Lincoln Memorial Farm near Hodgenvlile a national park. A similar measuro Is pending In tho Senato, and as there la no opposition to It there seems lit; tie doubt that deed of title to the property now In possession of President Wilson will be signed during this session. The Lincoln Farm Bill was introduced by Representative Den Johnson. Consideration of the measuro was the occasion for a flood of tributes to tho memory of Lincoln, in 'which Kentucky and Kentucklans re- p rr .., ' Border. : Succumbs at HI Home Here After Lingering Hlness. A While engaged In a card game at .the home of Shanks Brooklns in Haytl, the colored settlement ot Hart ford, late Monday afternoon, a quar rel started between Peyton Sullengerl and Mitchell Taylor (colored) and' the former .was shot three times by Taylor when he slashed at the at-ter with a knife. He died a few mln- - Catch Chicken Thieves That Have Been So Conspicuous of Late. ,! mul, .'. 1 .., "'"" ,i,.vi. hor-liam- ', ,'-- ' il, s -- -- 'lfrr"tid Nh5$2& .' 1 ' MS - v- I I NOTICE-SPECI- AL ROAD BOND ELECTION MERIT REPLACING FRENCH RED TAPE mander to set an oxamplo to his men and Is always apt to expose himself to danger too recklessly. Ho Is tho most modest of men and you havo to look closely at his uniform to discover that ho Is a general and not a t. JWhlSHrilPmtoj n n. b MX KM it ft J and which Is besides, In- a. m. by groans at his bedi-onilnnr spired by the loftiest patriotism, is He found his pet; monkey lying on A True Copy Attest: ' invincible, and in the knowledge of the floor with a deep wound on Its W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Clerk of Ohio County Court. this lies the secret of the wonderful head. A trail of blood led to the confidence of the entire French peo- baspment. Graves found a window ple. 4 TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY KENTUCKY: removed and tho place in disorder. The General who perhaps, after Pursuant to tho above order there will be an election held at the various "The monkey was sent me a short places of voting In Ohio County, on the 20th day of May, 1916, for the pur- "Father Joffre," stands highest in time ago by a friend in South Ameripose of taking the sense of tho legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, on the opinion of his countrymen is ca,"1 Mr. Graves said. "He has not the question as to whether or not they are In favor of Issuing THREE HUNthe defender of tho Verdun. A yet been tamed to any extent, and I. DRED THOUSAND ( $300,000 X DOLLARS in bonds of the County for the high official In the War Department, believe that he would glvo fight if No Mosey purpose of building road and bridges. The polls will be opened and closed whose work has brought him In close encountered in the night." la Advance Satiafao at the same times and said election conducted in the same manner as other touch with Gen. Petain, gives the "He may have inflicted a very ser(Job Guar general elections and by those election officers who conducted the regular following impression of him: ious wound in biting his assailant, anteed November election in 1915. LovrestNet "What strikes you the very minute for the strength 'of his Jaws Is great Fa at ory you meet Gen. Petain the first time Not long ago he broke tho neck of a Given under my hand this 8th day of April 1916. Prices is that he Is a young man In the cat which wandered into the base-njeS. O. KEOWN, Sheriff of Ohio County. fullest sense of the word. His apat night, with ono bite. I was Terras A pearance bears testimony that he has watching at the time, but before I Saving of building the new tube under tho NO WORK TOO HARD 8100 to always kept his body In perfect train- could reach him the cat was dead." Friedrlch Strausse, connecting the ing Minneapolis Journal. with the care of a professional From Fac. A. CTARCK northern and southern sections' of I tory Direct RCSIOINT FOR GERMAN WOMEN the city, has for months employed athlete. Ho is tall rind straight and Should Not Feel Discounted,. eyes as well as his every movefeminine "huskies," young and old, his So many people troubled with In ment speak of an indomitable fund IN YOtfR in shoveling out tho sandy under of energy and quick resolve. He digestion and constipation havo been OWN HOME HAVE INVADED EVERY FIELD OF pinning of the street. benefitted by taking Chamberlain's TVo Willi shin vnu n. hpnntirni ctnri. ni.- . ACTIVITY IX BERLIN NEAR. Two years ago the streets of the reaches his every decision, even the Tablets that no one should feel dis" capitol were cleaned by men of mil- most Important, inside a moment, couraged who has LY MILLION EMPLOYED. you v&VStfS J?1 ini ot a hteho.t nwww ..-.- .. not given them ... - .. ..(.mi .r,i oiiuit;;a. tuiicu aiiiii iiiiibi mnnn it that tlmc a a. do nt "nd It the itary age. Their places 'were taken and he has never failed to choose the a trial. They contain no pepsin wo"Wk '" S5 or by boys, and now women are being right one yet. He has all the qualiPiano must make good with you, cr there Is no sale. digestive ferments but ties that go to make up an Ideal mili other Berlin, March 25. Nearly 900.- - lntroaucea as fast as the youths grow tary leader, and, though-strengthen the stomach and enable Save $150.00 or Mcr Easy Faymanit stem dis 000 women are now at one kind of up t0 mllltary Be and enter the We hlp direct to you from our factory, it of Tou piy no cash down, but after SO daya ciplinarian, he is adored by his off- it to perform Its functions natural price ttut tare )ou upwirdi ot 8150.DO In Jic mj'- trial, you can begin payment on the low. II ,s a conmon sight on any or another in Berlin. They ly. Obtainable everywhere cost of your piano. We guarantee to furniili m icers and men a like. est, easiest terms etcr suggested by a piano you a better piano for the money thin jou can have swarmed into almost every street t0 see coal being carried into manufacturer. These terms are arranired to Won Stars In Action. tcure elirwhrre. You are anum ot receiving suit your convenience, and It Is possible for re3Wences from teams by women in- One Now England statistical office, tJ field of activity, no matter how dif- a aotlifictory durable high grade you to buy a phna for your borne, without "A colonel at the outbreak of the piano. raining the money. flcult; they are earning more money stead or men- ., war, he was almost immediately the proprietor believing In fresh air, On.Ycsr fitiaraafna has offices that aro practically out of aiarex than they ever had before; many! T,le underground railway compan-hav- e given the command of a brigade, and Nayaf'NtiiM 2nd Hand largalna Erery BUrck Piano l lost their own bread winners ,es of Berl,n months ago installed it is certainly not through office work doors, making It necessary in winter Starck are guaranteed for 23 yean. W bare constantly on bsnJ women as ticket choppers, and then for the typists to wear gloves, and as the best anil mut beautiand are for all time dependent up- Thi (uaraatet ha back Isrg? number of sllghtl used that he won the stars He now wears ful Player Piano on me ot It our Si yeara of piano ' lntrduced them as guards. and second hand pianos of all these cause frequent errors through on their own efforts. Tho probable When on his sleeves. market. You wilt be deexperience, and the repuIn August, 1914, he standard makes taken In ex lighted with the many ea tation of an change for new Rtarck Planoa unwillingness of. the women to go u was iouna mat tuelr dresses fre- personally led a charge at Dinant, striking two keys Instead of one, cluslre feature of the responsible piano house. and The follow, small curved sticks have been put in back to their homes after the war is quently got caught in doors, the com running for ahead wonderful Instruments, and, leg are t few sample Urgslnsi of his regiment use with will be pleased with the 60 Frit Muslt being more and more anticipated panies did not go back to male help, and inspiring Weber uiM.k rtr nvr nrtm $110.00 the men to the most the keys which. Instead of the fingers they can be secured, a Usstns are struck safely, one at a by the labor leaders, who say tho but ordered the women to don bloom- reckless bravery. Stelnwajr 92.00 To erery purchaser of Chickerinj; time. 90.OO Plana loak Fraa women must go in favor of the men ers, and today there are more of BUrck Pianos, we give free "Promoted to bo a gbneral of a Kimball Send today for our new 95.00 them to be seen than men. music lessons. In one of when the time comes. rxautimilr Illustrated piano Starck aivision, we see mm again on May 3, the beat known schools in 195.00 book Those who wonder how tho elec Even Germans, accustomed to seeBy far tho largest proportion of which tires you a Chicago. These lessons you 1915, in command of the xuiny- Bend for our latest complete Urge amount of Informacan tike la your own home, the women now employed in Berlin ing women performing heavy duties, third army corps, piercing the Ger tricity used for lighting trains, oner. tion regarding pianos. This by mail. This renretenta uargain list. book will out year" free instruction. ' are unskilled workers perhaps G00,-00- 0 gasped a little when they heard that man lines. He did so personally, tak atlng fans in coaches and tho like Is generated should know that It comes I P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., of the 900,000. Of the remain- the steam railroads, In addition to ing his men Into battle' In less 1843 than from a turbine generator which is ing 300,000 skilled workers, only a Installing women at the stations for an hour, and he never received so usually geared to the axlo of the car, small part are customarily employ- minor duties, had put them in as much as a scratch, though he was ed. They have done wonderfully track walkers, switch tenders and constantly in the thickest of the fight the motion of the train operating It and supplying the current at no cost well, even in such dlillcult and stren- track layers. Yet the Prussian rail- with his riding crop in one hand and but that of "deterioration of maways today Ijave a largo nunlber of uous occupations as metal work, but his revolver In the other. After this chinery." they are not, because of physical women now In their employ. glorious feat he was given command It Is almost universally admitted handicaps, tho equal of their male of the Second French army. EGYPTIAN IN MEXICO that tho women do not adequately predecessors. "In September last year ho added IIKFRIEXDS U. S. TROOPS Just how largo will bo tho num- substitute for the men. Women new laurels to his wreath of fame, ber of widows, or of women left with conductors, for Instance, are said, to for on tho 25th of that month he reIn tho field with Gen. Pershing, crippled husbands, after the war, the be about CO per cent as efficient as peated what he had dono In Artols Chihuahua, April 8. (Dy Aeroplane labor leaders do not attempt ns yet thelr niale Predecessors, and only and broke tho German front on a and Army Motor to Columbus, N. M to estimate. These, on the ono hand. about ha,f of thoso wno feo to work line 15 miles long, drove them back, April 10.) This Is tho story of how d" aro able to stand thoJ, constitute, however, but part of the as four miles and took 25,000 prisoners. Salomon Rahelm, an Egyptian who Lifetime experience with best of workmen, and problem. Fully as puzzling Is tho strain. Thero has been a notable in "After the offensive In Champagne says ho was a member of Roosevelt's ... -lnnnnn I.. uunuiu wuiuuu s uiseases can il luestlon of what to do with those Gen. Petain was asked by tho comma- Rough Riders, but who is now enresulting directly from this work.' 8iVO any imuionuo uesireu. (jail mo on Hartford women who, though they later will nder-in-chief to tako charge of tho gaged In tho hazardous undertaking Fow of tho trades nro harder or havo other means of support, aro extraining of the now troops which aro ot keeping a store in a mining town J Mill Co., 'phone, or address me at Hartford, Ky. pected deliberately to balk at retir- moro strenuous than metal work, to take part in the coming great of- south of hero, saved a squadron of which Just now, of course, Is booming to a nonproductive life again. fensive of tho allied forces In the United Statoa .cavalry from starvaTho employer, who is able to hire ing because of tho need of' ammuni- west and he devoted all hls,onergy to tion. Tho squadron, after drifting Yet there aro thousands of Women moro cheaply than men, will tion. this task until ho was called to tho far afield from our line of communibe loath to chango to tho old meth- women thus employed today, who do post of honor at Verdun." cation for two weeks, found Itself As the colonel could say only GO od, and for a tlmo Is not going to bo not seem to mind tho heavy work, A high army officer who Is a close not only out of fodder and rations, cents worth, tho message was brief, and who aro earning, relatively, a personal 4ble to afford It. A not Inconsiderfriend of Gen. Petain said but out of money as well. In the faco chronicling In a sentence tho fact able degree of diplomacy, combined great deal of money. to me a few days ago: of Gen. Pershing's order that all sup-pil- that ho had engaged a band of Vlllls-ta- s with a Judicial use of compulsion, is "Gen. Petain is ono of tho most near Bachlnlva. That 50 cents taken from Mexicans shall bo Ait Ideal Spring Laxative. golug to be necessary, labor leaders paid for with cash, tho squadron's was tho command's bottom "sou," d and most A good and tlmo tried remedy is quick-witte- d fed, before tho problem can be Fifty-fiv- e Horses and thus strapped, It rode yesterday Dr. King's New Life Pills. The men I ever mot. Nothing ever dis- predicament was serious, typewriters. Lesturbs his calm and his decisions were fagged and weak for want of into the mining town to tho south sons explained by Moving Plc-tur- o first doso will move the sluggish There Is hardly an occupation In- bowels, imuugu uu uruin hko forago and the troopers were raven- where Sal6mon Rahelm had his store. " machine. Seven big stimulate tho liver and clear-- i to which women have not crowded Having fought with Roosevelt, ho Ho never hesl- - ous. system of body poisons, the Bookduring tho past year. Tho employEvery trooper and every officer had greeted our troops noisily and asked keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, lated during the winter. Dr. King's tates, he is never In doubt, ho is the ment of women as street car conduc- New most resourceful man in our army. spent his last cent. Even the colonel if thero was any little service ho Musi;, Primary Normal. Life Pills rt tors is already an old and familiar your druggist. will' do It. 25c at "I havo a right to say these things, 4n command was strapped. As show could render. 1 teachers. Modern equipcondition, and women "motormen" for I have known him since wo were ing his financial extremity, he had ment. "There Is," said tho colonel. ','Can , Position assured, havo become moro of less familiar Except that of China, San Marino both little boys. He has no connec- sold his ppeket knife to a Metlcan for you cash a check?" writo for catalogue. sights even in the busy downtown has the longest national hymn. tions in the Chamber of Deputies and SO cents and with that 50 cents had Rahelm nodded. Whereupon tho streets of Uerlln. cares nothing for politics. He is a sol- paid for a dispatch to Gen. Pershing, colonel drew out his personal )e check Daviess Co, Bus, College Tho first woman taxlcab chauffeuso dier through and through, He is filed at Chihuahua City. That dis- book and wrote out his check for was noted early last summer, and very Independent and perhaps is a patch, routed via Juarez and back to $1,100. FOR FLETCHER'S Incorporated she has multiplied somewhat since little too frank in his speech. Ho Columbus, thence hereby radio and That night the squadron and Its OWKN8BORO, KY, Tho construction company J then. believes it to be the duty ot a com- - aeroplane, duly reached tho general, horses dined well. IJ JOHN B. WILSON, private "Right at the beginning of tho HIDEBOUND ARMY RULKS OP ORDERS OHIO COUNTY COURT, war ho saw that this was a war of PEACE TIMES PUSHED ASIDE Regular Term, Gth day of March,J191G factories, and ho has dono moro than TO GET RESULTS. D. Wilson, J. O. C. G Presiding. Hon. Jno. any other officer in active service, to insuro nn ample supply of mutlons." J. D. Williams, Guy Statler, J. A. Johnson, J, H Thomas and 363 other freeholders and legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, having on this the Pnnicers of Draft. Gth clay of March, 191G, filed their petition in this Court asking that an GREAT MEN HAVE ARISEN Drafts feel best when wo arc hot election bo held In Ohio County, Kentucky, for tho purposo of voting on the and perspiring, Just when they are question of issuing THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND (1300,000) DOLLARS t mtini.' .iran CEJfE of bonds of Ohio County for tho purpose of building roads and bridges In Private Inspired to Heroism Ily Fact most dangerous and the result is a vvinMclcnaraKoniirAJ-Neuralgia, Stiff Nock, Soro Muscles said County and asking that tho Court enter an order directing tho Sheriff That Leader Is RlRht Man In 1 or sometimes nn attack of Rheumato hold an election for said purpose on the 20th, day of May, 1916, and the Right Place tism. In such cases apply Sloan's Court having examined said Petltipn and the signatures thereto, and the Liniment. purpose thereof, and being advised sustains said petition, and It stimulates circulation lftyAi3JJ!lii.' " ' to tho soro and painful part. Tho NOW ORDERS that an election be held in Ohio County, Kentucky, and Paris, April 9. Ithas been tho JtamolcsDitaawfi: blood flows freely 'and In a short in each of the regular established and existing voting precincts thereof on good fortuno of France during this tlmo tho stlffnpss and pain leaves. the 20th day of May 191G, samo being more than sixty days after the filing war to have produced, like the United Those suffering from Neuralgia or Opiurraioipbinc norlunrja. of tho petition and the entering of this order, for the purpose of taking the States during tho Civil War, tho great Neuralgic Headache NOT JiAIlCUii i find ono or sense of tho legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, as to whether or not men needed to Insure her final vic- two applications of will they are In favor of Issuing THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND ($300,000) tory. It will bo one Sloan's Liniment of tho undying ur DOLLARS of bonds of Ohio County for the purpose of procuring funds for honors of her present government will glvo grateful rellof. The agonizing' pain glvos way to a. tingling building of roads and bridges in said County. the that from tho very beginning, even The Sheriff of Ohio County Is ordered and directed to conduct said In obscurity, and has never feared to sensation of comfort and warmth and quiet rest and sleep is possible. Good and ho is further directed to advertise same and the objects thereof cut asunder red tape or to Mm. (id- push aside for Neuritis too. Price 25c at your for at least thirty days before tho date thereof in each of following news- all hidebound rules of military seni- druggist papers published in Ohio County, Kentucky, viz; Hartford Republican, ority i rJoOmt Ancrfctt&mcdyforCons in order to promote men of and Hartford Herald, they being all the newspapers published in Ohio merit and ability. !2'0 iinn.SourStonucnaMONKEY FIGHTS ROHUERS County, and he shall also advertise same by printed hand bills posted up at Merit In an officer, as a matter of 59. Worms. Fowjnnos1 not less than four public places in each voting precinct in the County and ftict, has been the only .JH. thing which After RelnR Knocked Senseless Aniat the front door of the Court House In Hartford, Kentucky, same to be has counted for anything In JacSunaeSynatoot this war. MJ, mal Recovers and Gives Alarm. posted not less than thirty days before the date of said election. Everywhere tho right man has been Said Sheriff will submit to the voters of the County at said election the put in the right place, and It Is this Attacked by a largo monkey, robfollowing question; :piteriCOMrAre I fact which, more than anything else, bers who broko into the residence of has Inspired the French soldier to L. G. Graves, 3037 "ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF ISSUING THREE HUNDRED THOUAldrlch avenue the heroism he has shown. SAND ($300,000) DOLLARS IN BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF S, escaped only after battling with An army like the French, in which the animal and knocking BUILDING ROADS AND BRIDGES?" it unconevery single soldier has absolute con- scious. The encounter took place in Said ballots will be prepared as Is provided for In General Election law, fidence in his leaders, which Is being tho basement of the Graves homo Section 1459 of Kentucky Statutes. supplied with everything it needs in while the family was asleep. Exact Copy of Wrapper. The election herein provided for shall be conducted by those election the most effective and systematic Graves was awakened at about 2 officers who conducted the regular November 1915 election. manner, 12 GASTORIA For Infants and Chlldron. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria CASTOR 1 Always Mb tu Sicmfl.-fvnr- jsaiBEEKgj "'ni.r'l.JBMnll Bears the of 1 ZJiT Aw In eldc-tlo- n, SB?" ft w Jfv Use For Over " 105S?'V II j jte Thirty Years GASTORIA J. O. C. C. , Pe-tal- n, S.tarck Pianos Easiest S200 nt 30 lJPSSKXiXUSS KffffiSS XXkW SSESJM ..jr rwtct-tonPlayer-Piano- DAYS' FREE TRIAL ...... R a ar-wo- rk Player-Piano- s vuu-ma- u ttfSg. Cmffioj iTHOS. E. ... I ' Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. I w es Ia level-heade- in ail Ex-Pe- Children Ory J J SlTHJO R n a. ?WeM i rsh Prince Albert will show you the real road to smoke-jo- y ! 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C CO., J. fin thapoatwayl I me there was no cure for me, I think it only right to tell you for tho sake of other sufferers as well as your own satisfaction .that a 25c been killed and as many more HUERTA DIDN'T ORDER bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets not AMERICANS CAN wounded. only relieved me but cured me withGringocs Misrepresented. MADERO'S EXECUTION in two months although I am a man A similar demonstration of marksof 65 years," writes Jul. Grobien, HIT BULL'S EYE manship of Aguas Clientes confirmed Houston, Texas. Obtainable everythe suspicion already growing In tho m minds of the bandits that tho ability U. S. ARMY CHAPLIN TELLS SOME where. of tho "gringoes" had been misrepINCIDENTS OF OLD WARBUT THEY PRKFER TO USE AM- WHEN THE ELEPHANT resented to them, according to arrivRIOR'S LAST MOMENTS. MUNITION ON MEXICAN ROCKED THE BOAT als here. OUTLAWS. Army men here point out that, alThe strongest opponents to the adthough Important, tho moral effect Chicago, April 8. Junius B. Wood vance, of civilization in west Central upon Villa's command of thedisplay BANDITS WERE DECEIVED of American marksmanship is a mi with the punitive army In Mexico- Africa says Bishop Lambuth, the nor consideration as compared with telegraphs the news as follows, un- Methodist missionary, are the wild dato April 4, by army motor elephants. They break down fences, the effect upon the peons of the trample gardens, pull up trees and trtct. for it was in uninuauua mm courier to Columbus, April 8 Mexicans Thought Themselves Far Two impressions which ho carried even telegraph poles, for no other held sway, and It is in Villa first Suierlnr to Tho TWplsed Guerrero that many of the natives away as a result of his acquaintance apparent reason than because they Grlnijocs. worship Villa as an Idol. Realizing with Huerta may surprise, tho Amer- object to anything strange in their this, Gen. Pershing has taken every ican people. One was that Huerta familiar haunts. One savage monprecaution to prevent outbreaks did not know of the assassination of ster nearly wrecked a small steam Columbus, N. M., April 7. Proof among the Villa adherents and has Francisco Madero and Pino Suarez, launch belonging to the mission on of the markiuanshlp of American sol- placed small detachments in towns deposed president and vice presi- the upper reaches of the Congo. Tho boat, with three white men, diers has done more than any other along tho American lino of commun- dent, until after it had occurred, development of the campaign In Mex- ication not garrisoned by Carranza ninnnuet. the minister of war. so "the Including the bishop, and a crew of story goes, ordered tho midnight five negroes, had tied up on the edge ico to strike fear into tho hearts of troops. to Villa's followers, according "flnn. Pershlne believes that a killings on his own authority. The of a deep forest in a quiet bend of the river. A stout plank was laid as seeping ncross tho border. Tho wholesomo respect for tho ability of other was that Huerta never straight shooting dono at Columbus, soldiers will go a long way stood until too late to prevent tho gangway from tho bow to the bank, solving his problem with landing of bluejackets and marines and the crew worked until nightfall jjthat of tho Ilttlo detachment that toward pursued tho bandits across tho line tho nntlves." that all the Washington government cutting and piling firewood for the asked In return for the Tamplco In- boat's furnace; then they came on after tho raid, and that nt Guerrero cident was a salute to the Stars and deck for their evening meal. The and Aguas Callcntcs, was totally unState of Ohio. City of Toledo. Stripes. Such were the facts as stat- three 'white men were already at dinexpected by tho Mexicans. It was I Lucaa County. Frank J. Cheney makes utterly different from shooting they senior partner of tho firm oath that he Ss ed by the officers with Huerta at the ner, when a fearful yell from the Cheney of F. J. & Co.. doing- business In the City of Tonatives brought them out of tho last minute. $iad experienced In engagements beand ledo. County and State aforesaid, cabin to see a large elephant viciously Guard Too Small. tween factional" troops in tho Ave that said nrm wilt pay the sum of ONE and evDOLLARS years of civil strife, close followers HUNDRED Catarrh that for each be cured ' "Huerta told me that he made his attacking the woodpile. The blacks ery case of cannot of tho situation assert. "Villa's fol- by tho use Of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. mistake when ho neglected to have shouted and threw missiles, and two FRANK J. CHENEY. lowers had been taught that tho Sworn to before me and subscribed In a sufficiently large guard around Ma- of the more venturesome even went my presence, this 6th day of December, dero and Suarez that night to pro- ashore with firebrands snatched out Americans were weaklings, cowards, A. D. ISM. A. W. QLEABON. (Seal) tect them,". he said. "He also ald of the cookstove to drive the monster who were afraid to match their Notary Public. strength with Moxfcan forces," a naHall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally 'that he would give me a statement away. But he paid no attention to and turalized Mexican living here said to- and acta directly upon the blood Send for covering his side and what he claim- them until ho had demolished the aurfacea of tho system. free. day. "They believed, in their ignor- testimonials,CHENEY & CO, Toledo. O. 1 ed would bo the facts In what he woodpile, when he whipped one man P. J. . always called the misunderstanding with his trunk heels over head Into and 75c. ance, implicitly in themselves Sold by all Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. with the United States. A few hours the river, "and chased the other back their ability to conquer any force before he died I asked him if he Into the boat. they should encounter. I am conThundering after, with red gullet cared to make tho statement for me vinced that before tho Columbus raid INDIANA G. ,0. P. IS feeling was that of contempt STRONG FOR FAIRBANKS to give to tho American people. His open, tusks flashing and trunk flailtheir reply was characteristic of the man. ing the air, he planted both tremenof a larger man for a smaller, weakIt "No," he said, "I have only a little dous forefeet on the gangplank. antagonist." Indianapolis, April 7. The thirty er The First Shock. Indiana delegates, who are pledged longer to go, and I do not want to bent until it chacked under his weight stoutly, although tho The first shock was given the Vil- to go to Chicago In June and vote cause any trouble 'for those I will but held of their for Charles W Fairbanks as long as leave behind. I havo had much sor-h- whole boat careened, and seemed la bandits when seventy-nin- e name la before the Republican row myself, and some of them may ready to capsize. men were killed by halt as many In another moment the elephant troopers of the Thirteenth Cavalry, National Convention, called on Mr. have caused it, but I want to be at had croisod tho plank, and was asmade the sortie across the Inter- Fairbanks at his homo here lato yes- - peace with all and forglvo them." who "His former officers who were tride it with hindfeet on the shore national lino after tho ratd. But ev- terday and gave renewed assurance They were led wJth htm wer'o not as considerate of and forefeet on the boat. There he en then they did not realize their of their allegiance. ' own weakness, soldiers and civilians by Will H. Hays, State chairman, those he protected by his silence, and stood, afraid to advance or retreat, returning from tho front reporting and accompanied by James E. Wat- - talked freely of what ho had told a gigantic Image of baffled rage. In that In the towns through which the son and Harry S. New, nominated for them and what they knew from their his fury he began stamping with those great forefeet, and tho boat band passed In its flight, its members United States Senator; Arthur H. own participation In affairs rocked qrazlly back and forth. our landing at Vera Cruz, Stato chairman of Oklabo-jiu- g boasted of their superiority over tho What might have happened If the "Contrary to popular opinion that "gringo" forces. It was at Querrer-r- o ma Republicans and others. A declaration of purpose, as vole- - he had taken a fortune In his flight monster had come aboard with all 'that tho contrast between tho marksmanship of tho two forces was ed by all the candidates on tho State ' from Mexico, Huerta died poor. Ho his frenzied weight can only bo Im, a gold mine In Chihuahua State, agined; for the captain by this tlmo demonstrated, ticket and tho district and conven-Jha- d property in Mexico City and had fotched the only rifle on board, There tho troopers of the Seventh tlon delegates to tho national and, risking all on one shot, had Cavalry, shooting coolly and steadl1 ventlon, was read. Tho document haciendas In other parts of tho tho heartiest support, to try, butt of course, thoy were conflc-M- thrust the muzzle almost Into the y, sent almost every bullet to Its mark, while Con. Hernandez's solFairbanks, and signed by all cated. The family was on tho verge gaping mouth and pulled the trigger. Fortunately, the bullet lodged In fired wildly as they ran, nearly State candidates and delegates, Is to of want. After his death two auto-b- e diers wero sold.. Tho equity In tho base pf the brain. The. elephant of mailed to overy delegate to the mobiles all shooting high above tho heads , the Americans. As a result when tho national convention In tho country-- one, which brought $1,500, paid his tumbled to his knees and Into tho wutor next tho bank, his bulk thrustengagement had cleafuneral expenses." jismoko of the ing the boat aside so suddenly that that only four, It was learned red It snapped the bowlines and sent tho Preserving Grant's Banner. '; had 'been cavalrymen American ' FOR FLETCHER'S slightly wounded, while fifteen times In order that It may be preserved men staggering to thQ gunwhale. At' the uoxt government trading generations, a flag which I followers had for future I that numbor of Villa tit rtrtm AU si lilt Hit tad Ua trill raid: "Fncau Fattatad JalrlOia. 1M7." 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Children Ory CASTOR A (or WEAK post tho captain had two splendid tusks to show as tho result ot his IUNGS Of cool daring; but to hla astonishment, CONSUMPTION tho ho was arrested for shooting elephant without a license It was with groat difficulty that tho governA quick relief (or that tired, rua down teellnr, ment official was convinced that, thQ coutbt, pains la chett. night sweati. hemot-htgeweak ungi or coniumplloo. II II doss animal had been shot in btlp you It casts you nolLlsl. ho confiscated tho ivory. not Even then OHIO MEDICAL GO. Youths' Companion. IsVsm wvr ? TrealwwJ FOR ONE MONTH i. setf-defens-e, Ku. , Trm w v KSOBiU&i AJ bly Central City. Ho didn't meet with much encouragement in Hartford as the park has been torn down and there Is no available placo to stage such games. Unless the Fair Ground can bo leased there is no possibility of Hartford being In the league. Should the organization be a success there would be played one or two games each week, and the champion would bo decided as in any such league. It would, no doubt, afford more Interesting past time than Independent ball and could be operated with llttlo expense. Hartford fans have not shown much spirit this year, however, and It is doubtful If they would support such an enterprise. Mr. Ashley will likely be here again soon and a meeting will possi ble be called to learn the feeling of J Hartford Republican. in. Catond Recording to law at ta PottotMc second artford. Ky., a mall matt.r ol tha held us back so long we will probably find that we have had the "opera MAGAZINE WRITER ESCAPES BANDITS VILLA'S .MEN KILL TWO COMPANIONS, HUT J. II. LOCKE STEALS AWAY. I ; tion." BONDS, OK BONDAGE? We have but little more than month to decide whether we will vote tho f 300,000 bond lesuo May 20, or rotrialn In bondage, slaves to the nlil mud hole's that have be- cnm spattered' theirtaces of our forefathers since thejgarden spot that was Ohio county. laid ont underfilled Will we take our place In the ranks of progressive Kentucky counties, or will we bid farewell to those who do things and settle down for another nap? The bond Issue has Its opposition It has Its defects. Those who dlffer with us have a perfect right to their He who would dare deny ODlnlon. a man that right steals all. Furth we respect the opinions of the man who opposes tho bonds, but he would be more greatly respected If he would come forth 'with another means by which we could have good roads, for no man will say that he Is opposed to such. The reason for It Is, there is no, other way. We have spent thousands and thousands of dollars upon our roads but aside from our few miles of pike" what have we to show for It? The trouble Is we have spent dollar here and dollar there and the result has not been satisfactory. We need a lump sum that'wlll enable us to do our work well, and how can we get It without voting bonds? The Increase In taxes will seriously affect no one. The highest our taxes possibly can be raised Is twenty We cents on the hundred dollars. are now paying fivo cents to the State-ai-d fund without getting the return. Our five cents on the hundred dollars worth of property goes to those counties taking advantage of law was the fund. The State-ai- d passed for the benefit of Just such counties as ours. For every dollar we put up the State proposes to put up another. If your neighbor offered to cover every dollar you put up for on your own farm Improvement would you scorn the proposition? If you were a good business man you would figure how much money should be spent on such Improvement and If you didn't have the ready cash you would borrow It. You could afford to when you were receiving a Ilka amount from the neighbor." The same would be true of the merchant or any other business man. Now that Is Just what we are voting on. The State offers to put up $300,000 for the Improvement of the roads In Ohio county if we put up a like HIGH CLASS -- I ALLISON. J. BARNETT.... Editor Manager XV. 8. TIN9LEY,. .Business "Tddress all communications The Hartford Republican. to COAT SUITS $12.50, 115.00, $18.50 WORTH DECIDELY MORE. The Sails we feature for tins week's selling ire values that are seldom to be had at tho very beginning of the 9enson. They are highclass in every particular style, fabric and tailoring and will comparo most favorably with suits costing decidedly more at other stores. You will find only tho newest styles in plain colors and the popular shepherd checks. Come and see them. We believo that you will agree with u?, that they are better than you will find elsewhere at the same price. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS t to o nw tha nbrlbfr dMlrlog old paper In making tat addwa ddrtaa mot gtta the line and Be BmImm Locals and Sotlcea 10c for each additional lartlon. Mr line nnolntloM and Card ol Th nkjBc 10 (by Pershing's Camp at Front, April aeroplane to Columbus, N. M to-da- rr ar Obttnartc. lln. mony In adrnnce. Chirih Notice, tor .errlc. free, but other ' tdTcrtlsement", 6c Pr line. Anoojmom commnntcntlona will recelre no ttentlon raCX.35P3IOXT3CS. yarra.' 3Xw.fu.al .. FRIDAY, APRIL 14. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ...13 ... CO county, TOM SPURRIER, of Grayson We are authorized to announce as a candidate for Congress, frpm the Fourth District, subject to theactlon" of the Republican primary, Saturday, August 6, 1916. The Peoria man who had three wives died first. After a careful investigation we have decided that the aeroplane caused the rise of gasoline. mk K Late reports say 'Carranza has the troops out of Mexico. that be true will Wilson heed? If A few more days like we had last week and we would favor calling upon the Jeweler to have spring reordered paired. Our Democratic friends are worried because Kentucky can send only lour delegates to the Republican National Convention. History has recorded many great and Immortal thoughts but no saying will outlive that of the man who first mashed his finger. One day he Is wounded, next he is dead, then surrounded and within the grasp of our cavalrymen. Yet, we still pursue the fleeing Villa. I HK a i ! The Mexican bandits have begun to believe that they might have been mistaken when they thought Ameri- amount. can soldiers were no match for them. It Is not a ficht between property owners. How queer? owners and" Some of the owners of the .most Ludlow F. Petty, of Shelbyvllle. valuable and extensive property has been elected to head the presi- in the county favor the bonds. dential campaign In Kentucky this If this is believed a myth we fall and was given the power to stand ready to back up the state Choose his assistants. ment. The policy of the railroads string running through the county Is said Poultry wagons composing a to be favorable to the Issue. Would about two blocks long awaited turns not they receive their Increase In at delivery here Wednesday and taxes? They see that the farmer some were compelled to stay In line could cet more produce to them to for many hours. Vote the road bond transport as freight. Isn't It tcthe you will save half the time now and advantage of the farmer to get more required to reach a market. produce to them to deliver to the publish In another column of market? Wouldn't it likewise help We this issue an article signed, "A the banker and the merchant to have Chicken Raiser" in which better roa'ds? Would-b- e It Is true that we are not all prop the writer calls attention to the in Hartford and sug- erty owners. That the burden would chicken thefts gests some sort of concerted action fall upon those that have accumulat to bring the thieyes to Justice. The ed an amount of the goods of the best and most efficient concerted world. But wouldn't they reap the action we know of Is a dozen healthy major portion of the financial bene drams fits? Regardless, what man Is there buck shot, backed up by 3 barrel shot gun who does not entertain a desire some powder, a of where within himself to accumulate .and a nervy marksman. riches, small or large, as time goes A lively scene was that around the on? If his dream Is converted Into L. & N. depot here Wednesday when a reallfy within the next twenty-fiv- e poultry and hay were being loaded or thirty years he will help pay for for shipment. Hundreds of farmers the roads upon which he travels. were In town. They received money And rightfully. Many of our fathers for their goods and in turn bought paid a toll for traveling on the roads. They were But they have wiped out the toll gate from local merchants. Shouldn't our guests, but did we, and do we, and we have benefited. True there we deem It a duty to makes Improvetreat them as such? exists a hearty spirit of welcome to ments for the sons that follow. The But we toll gate is now looked upon as a curiall visitors to Hartford. should look to their personal com-Xpj- js osity.1 So will te the mud hole In and welfare while here. To the grand future. make a long story short, we should SINGERS by organizing that Ohio THIRTY-FIV-E GRADUATE AT CENTERTOWN county progressive club, not tomorrow but now. Several of the farmers Mr. J. E. Park, director, closed his here Wednesday were accompanied by their wives and children who wero singing school at Centertown Sunday graduates. A forced to wait whero they could for night with thirty-fiv- e fbetr escort. Don't say such Is the large crowd was present for the encase in most all towns of our size for tertainment given by the class at the an excuse, btrt let us get busy and Methodist church which marked tho ehow the other towns how their closing of a series of fifteen lessons. Wo guests should be entertained. A quartet and an orchestra wero should maintain a ladles waiting organized and each took part in the room equipped with all modern con- concert. Miss Pearl Carlisle, leadveniences, where hours spent in our er; Earl Davis, tenor; Clark Everly, Jlttle city will be looked upon with bass and Alvln Rowe, baritone, compleasure and not dread. The best pose tho quartet. magazines and papers should be tor Rule. placed therein, and the rooms should One black mare, 7 years old, 10 be so constructed that cooking and other helpful demonstrations could hands high, will bring a colt this be held occasionally. We have done spring. She Is a fine driver, good pacer, &c. Will be sold practically nothing along these lines, but It's bound to come. We have the at a bargain. Can be seen at W. M. and when wo Flener's, Beaver, Dam, Ky. "co" of C. A. Hunt, Beaver Dam. wake from the, anaesthetic that has 4 It non-proper- ty 32-In- The McHenry Deposit Bank having been placed In the hands of the Banking Commission of Kentucky all patrons having claims against said bank (now In liquidation) nre notified to present same, properly proven, to the undersigned at McHenry, Ky., on or before the 5th day of July, 1916. Carranza has Issued passes for 40t4 L. C. BROWN, Uncle Sam's army In Mexico. That Special Deputy Banking Com'r. is he 'pears to have ordered all trains to pass the soldiers, leaving PROGRAM HAPTIST SUNDAY Lelsessor, of Chicago. Some of tho said soldiers to get along as best SCHOOL CONVENTION letters referred to "Walsh and the they can thru the cactus and sand. commission." The Sunday School Convention of They did not disclose why Bruce One of The Republican's force was They made reference on the wny to tho fire last Sunday the Ohio County Missionary Baptist, was In Mexico. to magazine stories which had been eve in a dead rurTabout 50 yards in will meet at Hartford Baptist Church Hartford, Ky., Sunday, April 30, . refused. Ho front of some slower was a gradu passed a bunch of people who hadn't 1916, at nine o'clock, with the folJ. H. Locke said he ate of the University ofv Minnesota. heard of tho fire. One of tho party lowing program: 9 to 10. Local S. S. meets. He came to Mexico in 1891 with a inquired as to what tbey were after . 10. Song and Prayer. New York expedition on natural his- him for this time. 10:10. Report of Schools and Entory. Afterward he remained in rollment of Messengers. Mexico, where he keeps a hotel. A bunch of rooters in this town 10:30. Reading minutes. ApMinneapolis reLocke was once "a hine organized a club which I call point committee on banner. , porter. the ronpimers club. They are gen10:40. Qualification and. Duties Worked In Colorado. erally known as pretty good fellows, of a Teacher W.,C. Loyal and L. B. Denver, Col., April 11. Don believe more In suds than hard-tacTlchenor. n npwnnnnpr renorter In Den- have about three meetings per week, 11;00. Doctrinal Sermon -- Rev. ver In 1913, went to the Southern with - or fi little sessions In one big during the mi meet. Say boys, don't come Into my Birch Shields. Colorado coal fields 12:00. Noon hour. ners' strike later cast his lot .with the presence with was It lemberger 1:15 p. m. Song Service and one of strikers and went to live at and alsoslip cheese on your lips? the tent colonies, In April, 1914, a quarter a piece under a sartln rock Prayer. 1:30. S. S. Equipments Roscoe McGregor led a force of strikers In In the corner of my back lot or I may James, E. M. Morton a battle with militia near. Walsen-bur- g give your names next week. 1:60. Duties of Church Member during which MaJ. P. P. Lester, to S. S. Rev; J..W Wade and J. M. of the hospital corps, was killed. Administrator's Notice. McGregor came to Denver after the All persons having claims against Ross. 2:15, Song fighting ceased and then left for the the estate of B. P. Petty, deceased, 2:25. Methpds of Opening and Subsequently McGregor was are hereby notified to present the East. charged with murder In an Informa same properly proven to me at Nar- Closing .8., S. A.,B. Tlchenor and M. tion filed by Fred Farrar, Attorney rows, Ky., on or before May 1st, O. Snell. 2;45. The S. S. and Missions General. The case has not,, been 1916, or they will be forever barred. kno'wlng themselves Indebt- Rev. R, L. Creal and J. A. Collard. ' tried. Persons ' 3:10. The Value of an Evergreen . ed 'to the above estate will please see 8. S. Rev. A.T. Ross, A. M. Smith. AND VIEWS. once. SPORTING NEWS " me and settle at 3:30. Business and Announce(By Heck.) L. B. DANIEL, Admr. ' ments. Song. "L. Adjournment. 4:00. Fiscal Court Meets. Last week we "balled up" tho line All of our Sunday Schools in tho The Ohio County Fiscal Court conup of the basket ball game between West Kentucky Seminary, and the vened at the Court House on last bounds of Ohio County Association Louisville team, having some Beaver Monday, with Hon. John. B. Wilson, are urged to elect and send three line up J. O. C. C, presiding" and Justices R.' messengers, as well as to have their Dam players In the versa. But what's the, q, Tlchenor, b. W. Taylor, B. F. Sunday School largely represented, and some vise dif? Those who knew, knew better Rice, S. L. Fulkerson, Ed Shown, anu to compete lor me ouuaay scnooi and those who didn't know neyer Wlnson Smith, W. S. Dean, S. W. Convention banner now held by Mc- -' would have known If we hadn't writ- Leach, and County Attorney C. M. I Henry Sunday School. Visitors and School mem , , ronrnapnlatlvn - Rundnv Crowe present. ten this. upon a number are Invited to attend this convention. , The court passed D. A. Ashley, of Owensboro, was in of minor claims, fixed the price of Hartford church will gladly entertain Hartford and other Ohio county team for plowing upon public roads all who may come. Come and bring towns Friday promoting a baseball at 11.50 per day, authorized the let- your friends. BIRCH SHIELDS, league to be composed of Beaver ting of contract for the construction W. M. FAIR, concrete bridges (Equal- of two Dam, Fordsvllle, Centertown C Committee. ity), Rockport, Hartford and possi and discussed questions of general 1 nr k, Cana-offerin--- Without warning this bandit struck Blankenburg over the head with his sword, splitting It half way to the neck. As Blankenburg fell the bandit shot him in the face. ' "All this occurred before the ddor of my room had been closed, so that the Villa bandit, after striking Blankenburg, looked up and saw Bruce sitting in my room. The bandit raised his rifle and fired, killing Bruce with two shots through the breast. "The Villa bandits left early Jn the forenoon. Then the Mexicans buried the two hurriedly, but they did not dare have any ceremony. They Just tumbled both, bodies Into a trench along with some dead Mex icans. I do not know how many Mexican dead were there." The Don McGregor referred to In the letters found on Bruce Is bellev-- , ed to be one of tho men who served with the Federal Industrial Relations Commission under Frank" Walsh, of Kansas City. He was also said to have been formerly city editor of the Minneapolis News. Some of Bruce's letters were from J. R. Walker, of Denver. Another was from W. M. April 11.) The cheapness In which the Villa forces hold human life was by brought out pointedly here y J. H. Locke, an American, of Minaca, who escaped from that city the night of March 23, when Herman Blanken-bura German, and David "Bruce,, an American, were killed by the bandits. Locke described to Gen. Pershing tho utter recklessness with which these two were slain. Letters found on Bruce Indicated e In that he had adopted a Mexico while trying to sell magazine stories, and that his friends expected him" to write something about Villa. The letters gave his right name as Don McGregor. He was from Minneapolis, Chicago and" Denver. "The night of March 28," said Locke In telling his story, "we three were In my hotel. Early In the morning, before daylight, we heard shooting. I told the other two, wh.o came to my room, that we must get way Immediately before daylight. Blankenburg said he would not leave, that he was a German with nothing to fear. Bruce seemed to be In fear, but decided not to risk going out. So I started alone. "The next day I hid out and two days later a Mexican friend brought me news of the deaths of Blankenburg and Bruce. "Theyhad stayed together in my offipf.fwjilchaifaced the street, until about 8 In he morning. Then Blankenburg decided that he would go to the hotef kept by Richard Helmple, another German. Just at that moment a Villa bandit rode past. g, pen-nam- tho supporters. The bass finny tribe little, much work. We -- ' and other species of the are beginning to stir a to the detriment of our know of others, aussl. The sun came out bright and warm the other day and tho game warden thought he had a nctter spotted, but the suspect proved to be Judge M. D. Foble with a tennis net. If It had gone much further there would no doubt havo boen a "racket". Your serve! Joy thought we may soon go to work In tho garden. The last seen of the business manager of this sheet he was "worming" his way to the river. R. R. Riley came up town Wednesday with an eel that he had taken As he apoff his line that morning. proached tho main part of town someone wlttly remarked, "here comes two slick 'uns". Our friend Riley reports another catch, a nice fat water dog. ORGANDIE AND SILK WAISTS. Many styles to select ( from. You will find theso waists of more than ordinary value. Price $1.00 to $2.50. LADIES' SKIRTS. See our navy, black and shepherd check Skirts, ranging in price from STRAY STREAKS. $3.50 to $5.50. (By Fluke McFluke.) Claude Blankenshlp says that one of his neighbors recently removed to another part of town and through an alleged case of mistaken Identity, moved some of bis chickens. CARSON St CO INCORPORATED. It has been lujgested that Manager Harass of tho Star Theater, would do well to Jam that quartet Into the Insement. Hartford, Kentucky. The Rol Riley nent fishing one day week and ketched an eel, he went again the next day and kotched a water dog. It Is said that he dln't go the next day but had snakes In his, 'shoes. Don't know what he will do today. Judge John B. Wilson has planted which tho a nice young maple In tho County interest at length, after court adjourned. Judge's office. a Notice to Creditors. President's Wedding Cake an example of decorative art never equaled In the history of cake of cake decorating an example of dcllclousness, lightness and wholcsome-nes- s that would bo a prldo to any housewife. It Is Another Testimonial for CALUMET a . BAKING POWDER This n-Gait world-famo- Wilso- Cake was made by Mrs. Marian Colo Fisher and Miss Pansy Bowen, both well known Domestic Science Experts. Calumet Baking Powder wbb used be- CSVeddlng , cause both these experts use. It exclusively in their work and know It Is the purest, the safest, the most wholesome and eco nomical to use. So do millions of house- wives who uso It every bakeday bo will you If you try it on the things hardest to bake. Send your name and address tor free recelpe and history of the Wedding Cake. Then bake one just like it yourself. Received Highest Award World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago; Paris Exposition, France, March, 1012. Baking Powder Co. CHICAGO. , Calumet .'V w i S.1 . PREPARE FOR EASTER Just a few niore days,! will now until overybody want to come out in Eastor wear. prepared You will find us " to furnish you. (Jet out' your last year's fishing tackle. Go to tno River and try it awhile, then come by Fettys and get a mess of thoso fresh Reel Foot Lake cats and buffalo. Fresh shipment in Saturday. y Tho Columbia Llfo Insurance Co., will loan you half tho valuo of your land for 5 years. No loans taken for less than $500. For terms, see W. H. PARKS, Hartford, Ky. 36tf . Master John Riley entertained twcnty-llv- o of his young friends at his home on Frcderlca street Wednesday of. last week, in honor of his birthday. seventh Refreshments were served and varl6us games played. Mail mo your orders for high grade $1.00 16 per cent Acid Phosphate per 100 lbs. Corn, Wheat and Oat grower $1.20 per 100 lbs. Golden Leaf Tobacco grower $1.25 per 100 lbs., at car. D. L. D. SANDERFUR, Beaver Dam, Ky. 39t3 A horse, belonging to tho stables of Cooper & Co., hitched to the delivery wagon of O. T. O'Bannon, pulled some? stunts yesterday much to tho amusement of tho people on tho streets of Hartford. Tho animal began running on Center street, In front of Tappan's, turned up Main and started Into tho. law offlces of Something Glenn & Simmerman. ho saw therein must have frightened him terribly for he put forth such an efforjt to stop that he fell lnjtho door. Ho arose, left the sidewalk and ran down Main street, with his wagon. and suddenly decided to enter tho storo of Fair & Co., but found that tho sDaco between a tree and a tel ephone poll, altho large enough for him, was a little too small for the wagon and his dash was brought to a sudden end. The wagon was torn to splinters but the horse suffered Tltero arq various little damage. stories lafloat as to the cause of the horse's' actions. Some say he was thirsty when he made for the offlces of Glenn & Simmerman. but couldn't stand ttfo shock when he saw'thtf Jun ior member of the firm onthe Inside. Win, Fair, manager of Fair & Co., savs he, had read of the bargains of his firm In The Republican and was loQklng for his store. If the latter bo true we will adnlit that It some times doesn't pay to advertise, DANIELS HISSED BY NAVY LEAGUE The Next Issue of i' AH '.. f if, AL- RESULT OF REFUSAL TO LOW Admiral kiske , READ PAPER. to The Bell Directory GOES TO PRESS SOON Erery Bell subscriber, almost without exception; Is able to buy the goods advertised In this directory. Reserve your space today. Ask the Manager for rates, Washington, April 12. Secretary Daniels' refusal to permit Rear Admiral Flsk'o to read a paper before tho Navy- - League Convention here today stirred up a wave of denunciation of (ho Secretary in tho meeting arid drew hisses from one part of the hall. The Admiral's paper, previously published In Naval Institute, an official publication of the Navy War College; vwris' read by William Mather Lewis, of Lake Forest, 111., while the meeting cheered Supplements your other advertising but does not conflict With other 5Kv9 mediums. Changes and corrections in listings should be made at once for the new book. everything that will ndd to coume for spotu Wer MeCtll Pttttnt Hoi. 7ijt.;uj. two oJ the rtiiny new dcilgnt lor My your appearance. Our Ready-to-We- ar Department. ready-mad- e We'are prepared to show you Skirts, Waists, Coats, Muslin Underwear, etc. PJoro ftnnrlc TiAnartment. fJmnfl nrmv nP Silks. Violes. Orcandies, Fancy Wash Goods, Mulls, Woolens, etc. g roundly. Col. 'Robert M. Thompson, president of tho league, read a letter from Secretary Daniels denying a request that the Admiral read the paper and declared: " "I deslro to express my sorrow that tho Navy Department should take this narrow view, so strongly In conflict with that taken by the War Department. This question goes behind a mere departmental wish. It involves the constitutional right of free speech that an officer of fifty years' service, acknowledged as one of the leaders of his profession, should be denied the right to say that two and two makes four.,J -- -- "li j aiiu uuw ucajfjiio nwivintr i"'bn OWBTV . (innn nnmntinla Tnr ... 0- .CiUn m uuu ui uio caoonuio v,. tiny, i. iiuw nut appearance. So come direct to us, and your wants will bo supplied. 1 -K l.i- .. t ijuigo gumuuun . Millinery Department. l.i J -- J!., Slippers and Hosiery. differTime now to make a change. Twenty-fiv- e ent styles in Slippers, all styles and leathers. Make your foot look neat by getting your footwear from us. When in need, see us, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT 1 SAVES YOU MONEY. JRJGb, ,,.Hqn. Robert Woods, former postmaster of Louisville, was hero Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Maggie" Blanch" Jolly, of Ir vlngtoo, Is making an extended visit ' to Mrs. John Blrcher. Ross Bennett and family of Dr. Greenville, visited relatives hero from Saturday till Wednesday. FRIDAY, APRIL .14. CASH PRICES FOR REST OF WEEK, ENDING SAT., APR. 15 $0.50 $7.75 100 Pounds Sugar 1 Bag 100 pounds Hen Feed.. $1.00 $1.00 13 Pounds Sugar 85c 1 Dozen cans Corn 00c 1 Dozen cans Salmons 1 Dozen 15c Peas $1.25 10c 5 Pounds Keg Soda 75c 100 Po'unds Mussle Shell 15c 1 Dozen GOOD Lemons 10 Pounds Peaberry Coffee. .,$1.85 ,ftl.S 10 Pounds goodCoffee I have Bone Meal, Meat Scraps, Baby Chick Feeds, Charcoal, Rolled Oats, Baby Chick Grit and anything most you want for your chickens. Will pay tho rest of the week, cents CASH and 18 Eggs 17 1 Barrel Best Flour Hartf6faRef0ubiican. , H. & ST. L. K. R. TIME TABLE. No. 113 due at Ellmitch 8:32 p.m. No. 110 duo at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvington .. 5:35 p.m. Iler's goods are right, bought, to Lv. Irvington .. 5:56 p.m. satisfy tho most fastidious customer p.m. Ar. Loulsvillo . 7:40 perfectlypleaslng prices. 8:35 a.m. at Lv. Loulsvillo No. m. Mrs. W. C. Overhultz, of Cedar Ar. Irvington ..10:06 a. Irvington ..10:40 d.m. Edge, Colo., la visiting her parents, Lv. 1:04 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Bennett. Ar. Ellmitch NOTICE See Eck Rial for garden M., n. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. breaking and general hauling. Prices Both Bound, No. 115 right, satisfaction guaranteed. 38t4 8:45 a. m. Duo at Hartford. Rev. W. P. Miller, route 2, is sufNorth Bound, No. 114 p. m. fering from septicemia caused by a 6:55 Due at Hartford. , ., splinter In ono of his fingers. (Both, "Mixed Trains.) We don't allow troublo or extra care to stand between our houso Sir. W. H. Parks was in Owensboro ILER. and satisfied customers. Ill .. ... cents In : trade. " ILER'S GROCERY - SPANKED BY FATHER, GIRL LEAVES HOME Los Anceles. Cal.. April 9. Dazed and half frozen from wanderipg all night In thin attlfe on the" mountain girl sides. Olivia Heydt, who disappeared from San tierriar-dln- o following a spanking by her father, was found by the wffe of a fnrpst raneer. Her discovery halt ed plans to drag Urblta Lake for the! ' body. Tho plrl'wnn severely snanked by" her father In the'Heydt home at 1253 Spruce street, San'Bernardlno, when she refused. ,to "remain away froni certain boy sweetnearts," ine parent told authorities. When she failed to return at midnight It was feared Bhe naa comumicu ouitiuc, instead, the klrl 'wandered up to ward the snow line on the mountains'; She is said to. be in ajserlous con" ! . If tomorrow. Mr. L. B. Daniel, Narrows, was here Monday. Mr. J. D. Hill, of SlmmonB, was ' here Monday. Mr. Wm. Hamilton, of Cromwell, 'was here Monday. For Sale An Invalid chair. Apply at this office. Mr. 1. 8. Mason, of Beaver Dam, was here Monday. Dr. W. M. Warden, of uentertown, e? was here Monday. by iler'-arfresh All groceries sold ' and of the best quality'. Mr. J. C. Riley was in Louisville Wedriesday and Thursday. Mrs. Martha1 Ross is visiting relatives in Dundee this week. Call at "Ellis Milling Co. and see tho Aluminum cook, vessels. County Farm Demonstrator Brow-dwas in Fordsvlllo this week. , , e er Thursday. By using Ellis' Blue Ulbbbn Fiour Attorney A. D. Kirk was in Roslno with you can stock your kitchen' Thursday. Aluminum cook vessels at wholesale Fresh fish at Petty's today and prices'. , Strawberries at Petty's Restaurant. Fresh from mother earth. Esq. LeTlioCombsrbt''Dukehur8t,, is quite 111, at his home, of rheumatism. Miss Ma"ryMarks left Tuesday for Bowling Green, after a short visit with her parents,. Did you"see'tbaf horse try to run l.ato Fair & Co's., store yesterday? nk had horse sense. If .you have you 'will also come to Fair's for y6ur 'spring suit, millinery, etc. V Mr Rpbert Webb loft yesterday, for tflvermoro, after a visit to his brother-in-laMr. Andrew King, ' , whos very ill. After a visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. MischKe, Mr- - and M.rs. C. H. Smith and two children left Wednesday for Farmersburg, Ind.. OTaylor, Messrs. "jTBTBarnes.'DrsI.&'DeWeese and B. C, Barnes " , J. O.'. AIcKlnney, of Beaver Dam, were dition. . f ..' here on Wednesday. Attention, Farmers! ' Mfas. Mattye Sanderfur- - arid Mrs. We have a stock of Farm Imple- Ike janderfur entertatned'YhcfLadles' Soclil Club at the home of the for- - TnenfH rnnalRtlnc of Blue Bird PlOWB. Peg' Vulcan Chill Turning Plows, mertyVednesday afternoon (ffooth and Disc 'Harrows. Corn DrUls,. wien ln"doubt, as to what you wis&for any and all occasions, let' Cultivators and' anything else fh the We also nave three .. Ai . you a ,o ab usurv It uui. Hf Iran,. Implement line. iiernoip it .'.. Weber Road Wagons and one Hurt-aboevery thing one could desire. most Buggy. All this, will be sold A'fter April 1st you will be fined if on regular terpjs. Don't forget wo you allow your chickens, to run at still handle the., established, Jones' large. U. S. Carson has a car load of Brand Fertilizer. , v the'best poultry wire. Also a car of W, E, ELLIS & BRP., Fencing for the Held American Wire . Hartford,, Ky. 39t( fence. J Notice. A report was received yesterday Tho next delivery of the pooled afternoon that the American troops had been ordered out of Mexico by poultry at Centertown, Ky., will be the.Carranza government but at press Thursday, April 13th, in afternoon, hour, they wero not sufficiently con- - and Friday, April' 14th, 1916, all It day. Prices as follows: Hens 114.30 firmed ,to warrant publication. is also rumored that a battle Is In per lOOIbs, Ducks $14.30 per OOtbs, progress between the Americans and Geese 12 cents, Turkeys 16' cents, apd Mexicans but it was not known, with Roosters 9 cents . Guineas 25 cents., .eac what faction the troopers wero , ALVjN ROSS,. Com. 40t2 -ut -- erpd," Colonel Thompson's mention of BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. Secretary Daniels' name brought hisses from a part of tho house. Henry Reuterdahl and William H. an active Mason. Stayto'n, of New York, attacked' the NEGRO KILLS WHITE; The Clarion, Which Mr. Sterrett Secretary's position, and Reuterdahl established here, has the reputation RUSHED FROM SCENE of being the first weekly newspaper declared that "wholesale gagging of navy" officers does riot come originalin the State of Kentucky to install a ly from the Navy Department, but linotype machine. Three sons, Over-boriginally from- the'White' Housed OFFICERS' FEARED MOB VIO Balrd and Thomas Sterrett, learnSecretary Daniels' letter gave as a ed the linotype, in their father's offiLENCE AFTER FIGHT AT reason for his position the attitude ce here, and two are now In chargo MADISONVILLE. "" taken by the department recently of State agencies for the Mergen-thalwhen Admiral Fisko was not perCompany, while the third Is mitted to speak to the Commercial an operator. They are, Overby, gen- Madlsonvllle, April 10. Ezra SamClub of Chicago on naval affairs. eral agent, at New Orleans, Balrd, Then tho Secretary wrote that he ples was Instantly killed Sunday and general agent, Asheville, N. C and thought it better for clvlllaris to lead his brother, Eldrldge Samples, pain- Thomas, an operator, Raleigh, N. C. fully wounded in a shooting follow- One daughter, Mfss Susie Sterrett, the fight r for enlargement of livery also con- ing a quarrel in Cardwell's and for naval officers to survives. tinue an unbrkoen policy of- not stable here. Claude Witty, a negro, The body will be brought hero for was Immediately arrested and taken burial. trying to Influence legislation. "Naval experts," he wrote then, to Hopklnsvllle for safekeeping. The shooting occured about 7:30 Administrator's Notice. "will give their views to the Naval All persons having claims against Affairs Committees in Congress and o'clock. The Samples boys are emhearings will be public. This gives ployed at the Cardwell stable as the estate of J. S. Lake, deceased, to Congress and the people the opin- chauffeurs and yesterday were hitch are requested to prove thoir claims ing a pair of horses to. a hearse. Tho as required under the statute, and ions of experts "If any here wants to defend the negro is also employed in the stable file same with me within '60 days Secretary's position let him rise," arid came in and began to criticize. after this date. . the way the boys, had. put the harness This April 10, 1916. shouted Reuterdahl. one arose to the defense of the on one of the horses. A quarrel re.HENRY DANIEL, , No sulted. Secretary. Administrator of. the estate ofr J.,' . Witty went out of the barn and, Si Lake, deceased. 4U2.' returning shortly, pulled a revolver Notice To Housekeepers. Buy Ellis Milling Co.'s Blue Rib- from his pocket, witnesses said, and MRS. ECK RIAL DEAD, ' '3tf-, Every sack contains a tired at Eldrldge Samples, the ball bon Flour. coupon which entitles you to a piece going through the calf of his left leg Little Babe Dies Just an HoiirBefore of Aluminum Ware at Wholesale and Into the right one. Ezra Samples Mother Passes Away. started to the aid of his brother and price. the negro turned and with the reAbout an hour after her Infant volver only half a foot from the boy's son, only a few weeks old, had been Marriage License". Marriage license have been Issued chest, fired, according to the story pronounced a corpse Mrs. Eck Rial to the fo'iiowing named parties since told by the police, the bullet entering kdled at her home hero Friday morn-,injust below the collar bone and. causj our last report: Her health had been bad for some time and of late her condition' J. W. Halfacrc, Newport, Ark., to ing instant death. The wounded brother and the .had been so critical that the end was Martha Waters, McHenry. R. 3'. Goff, Neafus, Ky., to Laura negr.o then began a fight for ..the not unexpected. Tho babe had conof the revolver when .Mr. tracted a case of pneumonia. Evans, Renfrew, Ky: The N. B. Wilson, Balzetown, Ky., to Cardwell, proprietor of the stable, more, deplorable is the death of Mrs. came in and took the gun from the RIa) because of her youih and tho Sarah E. Hicks, Balzetown, Ky. to negro and turned him over to the fact that'she had been married only J.- D. Chappell, Narrows, Ky police. Pearley V. Tollard, Narrows, Ky. a year. She was the daughter of Mr. Numerous threats against the and Mrs. John Gray, who live near negro1 were heard during the .day. Hartford'. SINGING CONVENTION TO MEET AT SULPHUR SPRINGS Late yesterday he was placed In, an' The remains of the mother and litautomobile and taken to Atkinson tle son were laid to rest In Oakwood The Ohio County Singing Conven- Junction and sent to .Hopklnsvllle. A cemetary after services by Rev. W. ' tion which V&b to have been held large crowd was at the depot after S. Wheeler. , negro was at Sulphur Springs April 5th was it became known that the AGENTS WANTED. called off by request and the date being removed, but he was smuggled changed to the 5th Sunday In 'July, away and could not be seen. . We. nianufactuje a. very useful ar' at the same plate. I, Eggs For Hatching. ticle used by every housekeeper and Let everybody come and bring a S. C.i Black Mlnorcas, Nprthup is a, saving proposition to the farmwelt filled7 basket. I 'especially urge all.slngln'g classes to prepare for this Strain pens, headed by big classy er. We could use 5 or good agents convention"' "Don't forget' the date, cockerels from. 'Tennessee,- mated to in the. county. Write for full par--, my .choice hens and. pullets, Whlto tculars; W: C.'ASHLEY, , JulyC." Broom. Co., ' Wyandottes, choice cocks mated to Fordsville Chairman. a Fordsville, Ky, my best hens 'and pullets not akin. 41t2 v 44 . Both breeds heavy winter layerst POND BUN. i LISTEN! April 'H We organized, Sunday Eggs from either or both breeds. 1.00; Scliooi at Pond Run last Sunday with per 15, $3.00 for 50. Castrating and e But. have for $ale a Mr. d. A. Ross 'superintendent and' other veterinary w.ork carefully done., i$e county, farrij residence, '2 barns, ler Lr T. BARNARD, Miss Hazel Cummins secretary. It timber, 2.00' 'fruU 'Wees gl6a water, ' Hartford,, Ky., R. 4, begins 'Sunday afternoon at 2:30 40t6 ii bottom land. toai 'underneath. ':'i Everyone invited to 'come fi'clock.' , "U.'1 ' i This farm, lis .sltuateaV" 8 'nlffes from FORMER KENTUCKY and taice part in it, Rochester .on '"'the1 Bottling Green Mr. Arils Maddox, of Illinois, has EDITOR SUCCUMBS road, near Green River.' 'One and returned home for a few' Weeks visit; miles from postofflco and.haa Mr, and Mrs. Dauphin Hunter, of 1 Hawesvllle," Ky., April 11. within two 'two' schooi, buildings parand relatives in this city re Illinois are visiting Mr. Hunter's riilles. 'We know you will want to ents, ,Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hunter. ceived news today of the unexpected It when we tell you Mr,' Ray Hunter wife and two 'chil- death in a hospital at Pine Bluff, Ark. hear more about It goes for the remarkable price dren, of Illinois have moved back' to following an' operation of appendici- that of $10 ner acre. Other real' estate here to spend the summer. tis, of Clarence Sterrett, 45, a' formMlssW Edith and Effle Fulkerson er resident of Hawesvllle and founder for sale, Including three Hartford returned nome Sunday from a week's of the Hancock Clarion, of which he residences. TINSLEY & BARNETT; Agts vlsli jo thelr: ancle, Mr. Berry Fulker- was owner and editor for twenty-- , ' 4itf Hartford, Ky. county. son Of Muhlenburg three years. M. Charlie Henry and wife made Mr. Sterrett conducted the .Clarion! ? a flying trip to Louisville last week. until three years ago "when he sold Selling Automobiles Misses Carrie and Ethel Russel, of out the business and removed to A Marvellous Iusinus Hopewell, left Sunday for Bowling Louisville where he remained until Green. about one year ago, when he went to hmuiit Tm Us t Emum Hwiwmim Hum Rev. Aaron Ross filled' his regular Pine Bluff as business manager of the rUV lHWWB. LM rSKf P, CtMMNCH UU. appointment' atJCfeaton Saturday 'and Pine Bluff Commercial. He was a Kl CUIMhlVTFMVM MiWT. "' ' Sunday. '. member of the Methodist Church and liw ItMiVunio. Wwn P.ttlwtW. BwohHam. y, ' iiilP -- er . ttie-nav- - - . : . - nj . " g. - - ! . . v '260-acr- 1 ....;.'.... - one-ha- lf riends r ,4fCr'tiifamim mm.Cl , t0 timtm- frdiiirMSj; $JiNk ..4H., ,. !rJM .w ..jJSt... .. jtA M Hjt'EltSjjjUL a n "SLSx i FARM DEPARTMENT Poultry Department. The chick, llko man, enters a world that is a fight from the tlmo it breathes its first air of tho outside world until it reposes under the shade of tho old apple tree or sizzles 1A fiwlnir nnn Tlin prnntttrna ' that walk tho earth', those that Infest the nlr and the mighty Insects that Bleep by day and work by night are Its sworn enemies, and happy and fortunate is that chick that can escape. Then there aro the lurking germs of roup that no cyo or microscopo can discern, and the pesky microbe that spreads white diarrhoea In its wake are ever visible and invisible, Those escapable and unescapable. that we have more especially to deal With are tho unescapable. Of all tho animals, .we believe the rate is tho most exacting in its soil. The best thing is to swat the rat. If big cities can destroy this destructive disease-carryin- g , ncld in to make It moro effective. Bo sure that you make the planks of the house ns tight fitting as possible and furnish as few hiding places as possible. If you havo no spray pump, then use an old broom to sweep the oil into the cracks. Worms. and mix two parts of lard to every writo either to tho Llttlo Rock ofllco With or the Fayettevlllo office. It tells ono part of tho ointment. either preparation take a small piece what to spray for, when to spray and the size of a pea and rub thoroughly how to spray. on the skin in tho fluff Just below tho vent; be careful to get none in tho More Cow Fccil. vent. Also rub some into tho fluffy Arkansas farms do not have enoufeathers of tho thigh. gh cows and the cows do not give Eternal vigilance with tho spray enough milk, partly because they do pump Is ono of tho great essentials not get enough of tho right 'kind of mite that feed. A milk cow that is an "easy to destroy the nnds its way nt night time to tho keener" is not profitable. A mill to roosting fowls, gets a square meal, produce much flour must havo much and then finds its way to tho cracks wheat and less wheat means Jess and crevices in order to wax fat, flour. Just so, less feed for tho cow multiply Its hordes to vex and harass will mean less milk. Let us have tho faithful hen. Coal oil, which more cows. and then feed them more. , , , .. . i. - .. spreaus unu penuiruius uiu emens, riant Sudan grass, cowpcas, soy things that can bo beans and peanuts and thon plan for ono of tho best used. Drop a few drops of carbolic. n llttlo cotton seed meal. Morn fond. ever-present WHERE SURNAMES COME FROM. TIiomj Most ' M11III....TTTA." ,,.T,,. Fmnlllnr Were Taken From Occupations of Holder. .jjHOTCLmE I Profesnional Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. WUI practice bJa profceolon In thto and adjoining counties. Commercial Criminal Practico a Specialty. d T. WADESTItATTO.V Cromwell, Ky. H . moro milk. Homo Markets. Last year some farmers complained that they could not find a market at home for their produce. Possibly somo farmers went too heavily Into crops perishable tho without knowing how to prepare their stuff for1 the market. Farmers roust learn what the market standards aro and meet them Instead of arguing about them. Then, too, they must learn to cull and sort and sell only what people really want to buy. Tho buying public that parts with Its money has some rights and farmers must take pride In offering for sale choice stuff only. Every village and town in Kentucky should havo a marketing commltteo to help farmers to market their stuff. It will pay the farmers though to cull and market only good stuff, whether tomatoes, potatoes or butter, and establish a reputation for good produce and an "honest pack." es Infested with worms. realized. There are intestinal worms that Many of the creatures of the wild, such as the hawk, the oppossum, the line intestines and play havoc with the birds. Epson salts fed In the trow, etc., take their share. mash occasionally is a good remedy. Many times the legs of the chickens The Insect Pests. are filled with scales and present an Insects are more dangerous than appearance. The scales on the enemies we have mentioned and unsightly the legs rise and are filled with a the certainty of success In their des- chalky This is white substance. truction Is greater. They are descaused by small parasites, not visible troyed by powders, liquids, grease to the naked eye, which burrow und and fumes. off this Some Insects have lungs in the er the scales and throw chalky substance. The trouble is side of their bodies. These breathing spaces can be filled with dust and contagious and it Is best to eliminate once. suffocate the lice. The old hen is at Cleanliness of the hen house Is one following the dictates of nature when fight she wallows In the dust to rid her of the main essentials in the against troubles of this character. body of lice. There are many lice necessary and powders recommended for dusting Continual spraying is ample sunshine that streams to all the hens to rid them of lice, especial- parts of the bouse are great aids in ly before they begin to set. There the destruction of all forms of parare other methods that are more prey upon the birds. effective that cannot be used previous asites that The birds' legs should be soaked to the' sitting time as the eggs might in warm water and thoroughly disinbe injured. a few drops of creolin Rolla C. Lawry gives the following fected with dropped into water. The roost formula for the making of lice pow- place needs to thekept thoroughly disbe der, which can be used to combat the You can follow this by lice. He reccommends the use of infected. greasing the legs thoroughly with tjir.ee quarts of gasoline to one quart carbolated vaseline or crude petroOf crude carbolic acid and sufficient plaster of paris to absorb the liquid. leum can be rubbed on them. Raising chickens happens to be no Uhe mixture Is spread upon a paper haphazard guessed at work. It takes and allowed to evaporate and afterto make a continual wards put through a sieve In order success of watchfulness the work. to screen out the particles too large One of tho greatest source of disfor use in dusting. ease Is the dark and damp hen house This powder is applied with a can. found on so many farms. Darkness Make holes In tho top of tho can. Tho and dampness breed disease and inlouse is a vicious creature; he bites, sucking the blood of his victim, and sects. It takes mighty little work to give a floor of sunshine to every part makes life miserable crawling from building. It requires regularity one part of the bird's body to the of tho in the use of disinfectants and an oc other, for he is a constant traveler. overlooking of a few of tho Their feet have claws that Irritate casional keep In touch with their con birds to and certainly they make no fowl happier or better fitted for egg produc-Jio- ditlon. n. varmint, Worms are the creatures that farm can rid Itself of this pest. They of dollars worth of work Internally and cause havoc to destroy millions feed stuff a year, enough to feed the young. Tho premises get infected from the older birds. They aro stricken Belgium. One of the main essentials is to said to be found in earth worms, construct the buildings rat proof. which como to tho top of the soli The coops that house the little chicks when tho ground is moist, but find should be so constructed that the rat their way back when tho sun shines. cannot find Its way into the roosting The best method to combat these quarters. Many off days can be used creatures is to keep the chickens up around the farm in destroying the until after the dew has dried up and Jiving quarters and the rats that they are sure that the worms havo gone find about. The small dog is one of back into the earth. The young stock should not bo the most efficient agents in the elimination of the rodent. Often times raised with the old stock , and the the cat is as dangerous as the rat ground on which they are raised and is so sly in the raids on the should be continually freshened by chicks that a goodly portion' are gone ploughing and growing crops. It is before the source of destruction is almost impossible to disinfect premis- surely a Onco upon a tlmo given names wcro the only names In use. Ono wns Tom, Dick or Harry, nnd that was 'hero was about it. Our present surnames arose from nicknames, Thus Tom tho Tailor becamo in tlmo Tom Taylor, and his descendents used Taylor as a surname. Tho most familiar of our surnames wcro taken from tho occupations of our forefathers, as Smiths, Bakers, Brewers, etc. Many men, moving to now towns, had tho name of tho placo from which they had como fastened upon them. Others took names llko Pope, King and Bishop from playing those- parts in plays. Hogg and Bacon aro simple. Purcell dovcloped from pourcol, mcnnlng llttlo pig. Gnlt nnd Grico are old dialect words of! the samo meaning. Tod meant fox, Fitchlo wns polecat, and so tho keen student of language traces the beginnings of our names In the old dialects. Some of tho nlcknnmes were originally distictly uncomplim entary, ns Scely for silly, Cameron for crooked nose and Kennedy for ugly head. Graco developed from grass or fat. American Boy. 1 ilTDAIAUATAItfi lIpSrWGTWi 3J llrw L Of AMERICAN II bound, thapowhitan.hsad'a of flfcxacs II . .ll - OTTOCMAltTIM llnrtlord, Ky. ths Its VouatgrnuuV "irtTSriDalibrbMrtijot STRATTON & MARTIN Attornoys nt Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practico their profession In this and djolnlng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practico Prompt Spocialty. and vigorous service Notary In office. clutire. and restful In excel lent location on Penmylrani Avenue, 18llr snd H Streets, desirable headquarmikes it ters for bridal couples, tourist parties, contentions. Schools and college. TTie .TowKVUn n rcfmc3, ex. ' 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. BeavenDam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. From a small beginning tho sale and use of this remedy has extended to all parts of the United States and to many foreign countries. When you have need of such a medicine give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy n trial and you will understand why it has become so popular for coughs, colds and croup. Obtainable everywhere, m people of culture and education. Ill proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, also to many points of historical interest maVetTthis'hotet especially tos.diicrimlrutlna; pub " lie. TlWPowhalan ' offer" rooms' with detached bath at ll.JO. 42.00 and up. Room with private bath, Ji.JO, $1.00 and up. "Vnte for 'booklet with nip) CLIFFORD M. LEWIS The, Powriitan"ittractsrthe "J DR. HART VETERINARY SURGEON BEAVER DA5I, KY. - 0. E. Manager, ll'lllll.iHIItlMt'.tl-llllltl',-- Ofllco Juuics Trior's Livery Barn. Xi INHUME Rooster Routs Man. Here are a few United States goA man giving his name as Philip vernment bulletins that should be of interest at this time: "Homemade Weber appeared at the Alton Police Silos, "Sorghums for Forage," "Cow-peas- ," Station, in St. Louis, to register a Poultry Management," "Spray- complaint about a vicious Plymouth ing Manuel." These will be sent free Rock rooster which was allowed to to anyone on request to director of run at large on the street, says the the extension service, University of St. Louis Correspondent of the New Arkansas, United States Department York Sun. Weber told the police that when Old of Agriculture, he was walking over Thirteenth State House, Little Rock, Ark. street the rooster flew at him and Inflicted several wounds with his Sweet Corn. spurs. Weber said he ran, but the Why not a patch of sweet corn for every farm? There Is hardly a thing rooster followed him. So far as known there is nothing that can be grown that will be more In the ordinance book of the city keenly enjoyed by all the family than of Alton to cover the case. a few "messes" of sweet corn. Plant a square 20 by 20 feet, and then plant another similar square every two weeks until June, or four plantings. Get the seed bed just right, plant three grains to a hill... three feet by three feet, or drill one grain every 12 Inches, in rows four feet apart. Keep ground well cultivated with hoe and rake. Plant the "Country Gentleman" and It will be ready for the table In about 75 days to 80 days. When the ears are gathered the stalks may be cut for the cow. Commercial Appeal. Free Bulletins. if V tro It TRADCMAnKS rromrily obtain la eounuir , or no t c ftoobuua PATCNTS TM1T PAV. a.trcrt.M tbmfhArnakl ,. .. .uu M.ip jtni .v .unn otaa iraiti. puoocrutn ror FREE report on patentability. M years' prartlco. aU n .l.i passing nirr.nr.Nces. vvb wu tu.tt. LI. Ik..... iuhmbui .wife Ata a a B03-SO- & wwaninuTOW, P. C Bsvonth Stroett, airma wnif to rorfrMUuu sur. GUARANTEED SERVICE Ono hundred per cent value. O. W. Special work for W. W. F. STEVENS. R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. Representing Continental I",. Marble & Granite Co. For Sale Real Estate! RECIPE rOR GRAY HAIR. To halt pint of water add 1 or. Bay Rum, a small box of 111 r bo Compound, and H or. of fclycirine. Apply to tlje hair twice a week until It becomes the desired shade... Any druggist can put this up or you can mix it at very little cost Full directions for making and use come In ench box of Darbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, faded grey hair, and removes dandruff. It Is excellent for falling hair and will make harsh hair soft and glossy. It will not color the scalp, is not sticky or greasy, and does not rub off. -e POPUIMMECHAMCS 300 ARTICLES-3- AlAGAZINB ILLUSTRATIONS 00 Farmers Buy Out Storo Good Residence. Stanford, Ky., April 9. A dozen One of the best constructed dwellfarmers of the Turnersvillc section, ing houses in Hartford, including this county, have bought J. N. Cash's garden and outbuildings.' Excellent general merchandise storo there, and repair. Water in house. Owner organized the Turnersvllle Supply moving to other property. Tho sale Company. They will carry a big stock price of this house and lot is $350 and will cater exclusively to the less than original cost. Call on or farmers' trade. Bryan Bradshaw is write us for further particulars. manager. The importation of docked horses Good Farm. Wo have this week listed a 100- into tho Philippines has been proacro farm, 4 miles east of Beaver hibited by law. Dam, for sale. Hill and bottom land, 4 miles from Green River, 1V miles from 2 churches, 1 mile from school, two story dwelling. Owner will not sell unless taken before crop season. Call or write us for further Information. OVER 6S YEARS' EXPERIENCE lEAinliKi Anrone tending a sketch nnd description rnar qnlcUIr ascertain our opinion froo wnci her mi 'ommtinlCA. rmicmnnio, uiTeniion HANDBOOK on I'ntcnu cent ftce. OMcit agency for securm? patent!, l'alouu token through Jluim X Co, recelTe gyt i Trade Marks Designs Copyrights 4 c. POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE v no teiic in gars mtnut bniUAug Anatoar Mochanlca (17 Iaee.) for the Tor. ao.l (llrlawholtkotomnlBthlnKist kOWtntnakalr , and.- Teli.ffr.nh (lntnia. L if" ...;'..-"-.-- l.n,tnM loati. enow uvwrirff iM,: rurniiuin no. Contains In tractions (or tho Mocuonlc, Camper and Bport.man $1.50 PER YEAR SINQLK COPIES, lie mvtMM.OT k oMIsM. r IVMI ample copy m b nt en rquMl. Written So You Can Understand It The sh..NtM DopariniMt (SO Pag.) contain. mrucai Hints ror chop Horn and rui wars for the larmaa to lo thlnn nmond ths lloma. VEEP Informed of tho World's Proems in hnrrineennrr. Mechanic nnd !nvntfnn Pnr rawer ana don una All trie it appeals loauciaascTTTuianrKi i ounr Men ana women. aaronio Jlftauine lailiOUSADdsoc tiisiae Uio world. Oar Foreign Oormrondtnts ronsuntlr on the watch tor things usw ire IntenaUsg sad it Is and hi. rr ,, ' ikvttK Scientific A '" vuoimu, Better Fanning Hints. a poor opportunity, and when little Two crops of Irish potatoes from chick time comes they infest them and are not long In putting them out every pach, corn and peas, corn and of business. The lice can be seen soy beans, corn and peanuts, corn with the eye on top of the heads of and velvet beans, and cotton and the little chick, and they use up the crimson clover, will .bo a great comvitality rapidly. It is easier to elimi- bination this year. Plant rape after nate them from the chick than from the last cultivation of corn. What a the ben. A few drops of kerosene In combination for hogs, corn and peaJard that is placed on top of the head nuts and corn and rape with hogs running to both batches of fields. It will kill the creatures. Lice have their Incubator just may not mako real hard meat but It under tho vent of tho hen In tho soft will mako mighty cheap meat. Let downy feathers. There they deposit us make a great campaign this year for peas, soy beans and peanuts in their eggs in great numbers. There they deposit their eggs in great every acre of corn and then crimson numbers. They can be seen clinging clover or rye In every acre of cotton. Commercial Appeal. to the feathers in clusters. Here is point to get in the work of defhe struction. Something that will poisSano Farmlnjj. on the egg stops the increase. Thcro Why not adopt tho above name inis a mixture that can be made at stead of "safe farming?" A farmer home that will do the work; it is who has even a4 small part of God's made as follows: earth that will produce food ought Mercury, 15 parts; lard, 50 parts; not to "gamble" on tho chance of suet, 20 parts, and oreate of mercury making money on another crop to two parts. Wo have used this reme- buy feed and food for his stock and dy with excellent results, and If tho his family. It Is a species of Insanity application is made several times that has passed over tho whole south during tho year tho hens can bo kept and parts of tho west and comparaalmost entirely freo of lice. In this tive poverty is tho result. Lot us way you destroy tho source. Tho raiso moro stuff for feed and feed powder merely destroys tho lice, nnd and bo sano and more loyal to family it 18 difficult to get all of them with and community. powder, Keep the eggs destroyed A Sprn)liij Manual. and you solvo tho problem. o In preparing tho mlxturo tho suet Tho extension division of the of Agriculture, rendered and tho lard melted. Beit fore it hardens, but after cooling with the United States Department oine, tho mercury and elate of mer- of Agriculture, has published a handy cury is poured in and stirred until little spraying manuel for orchard- ists and gardenors. It will bo sent the mixture becomes blue, You cab also buy the bluo ointment free to anyono interested who will Col-leg- Birds infested with lice have ftUNN&Co."" nmdtomelr Illustrated weeilr. I unrest etr. illation of mnr sclenllda Journal. Terms. f3 a Bold bj all newsdealer. Bissca Office, at F BU Waahlngtob, D. IX Jr.ea.i tua KILL TO. COUGH X CURE thk LUNC8 New York GIRL GOULD NOT WORK How She Was Relieved from Pain by Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Neat Bungalow. elsSilirS bungalow, located on Clay street in the city of Hartford. Water and lights In tho house well IteCAIX PATTERNS equipped bath room. Stable and Celebrated for ityle, perfect fit, timpllclty sa reJiibllltr nearly 40 years. Sold in nearli Taunton, Mass." I had pains in both other necessary outbuildings. ReaCTcry cnyana uwn in ine unttea states an Canada, or by null direct. More sold that sides and when my periods came I had sonable price. Terms to right parany other make. Send to Btay at home ty. For further particulars call or McCALLS MAGAZINE lor free catalogue lllllllfllllllllllllll from work and suf- write More subscribers than any othei fashion magaiina mllUoa a month. Invaluable. Lit, fer a long time. est stylet, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, Ono day a woman plain sewing, laacy needlework, halrdressing, etiquette, good stories, etc Only CO centr s come to our house Let Us IMuke Your Sale. year (worth double), Including a free pattern. and asked my If you want to sell your real estate, Subscribe tuday, or send for simple copy. mother why I was farm or city property ONDEBFUI. INDUCEMENTS list It with us. Agents. Postal brings premium ciulogot suffering. Mother new cash price offers. Address told her that I suf- No charges unless salo Is made. Wo on ucciii co m to iu if. nth st. new you have Inquiries every day. fered every month and she said, Why Landlords and Renters. A modern KSSLJ w King's New Discovery AND ALL THROAT AND IUNQ TROUBLES. wth Dr. GUARANTIED SATISFACTORY! Utt JKUH1SY SIUNDXD. ) i (to , Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? ' My mother bought it and tho next month I was so well that I worked all tho month without staying at homo a day. I am in good health now and havo told lots of girls about it "Miss Clarice Mown, 22 Russell Street, Taunton, Mass. Thousands of girls suffer in silence every month rather than consult a physician. If girls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging-dow- n sensations, fainting spells or indigestion would tako Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound, a safe and pure remedy mado from roots and herbs, much suffering might bo avoided. Write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. (confidential) for freo advice which will prove helpful, don't buy mtsmM bottlo youLydia E.a of rnOCURCO AND OCFCNDCD..Sxldl. am wUurorphoto.Iurejii)rr.MMLrclianu free report. STee aarkM. haw to obtain iiunta, trade lunt. eoprrtfttfa, eta, in cnliNTnira Biuliuu Jurcl nlth H'aiUngttm lavtt limt. mamrjf ami ofUn tit fattnt. html mi Infringement Pnctles Exclmlvily. Writ oe oome to us at TVO Beat tntt, sear Ualud Stabs Mral Oflca, all For a small fee we will rent your house or farm or It you desire to rent wo will help you secure the place desired. REMEMBER NO CHARGES UNLESS DEAL IS PUT OVER Call, wrlto, phono, wlro or cable. Planters Housi Operated by Under New Management T. QUISENBERRY. I laViVaLH 1 I fV )Bf I pV WlBWnOTOH, D. c. ..ahEBsfBBBVaH I iVS I If fsTSl is !P A Planters Hotel Company Every Woman Want Rates 81,00, 81.25 and 81,80 per Day ' TINSLEY & BARNETT Real Estuto Agents, Meals SS Cents. Best In the city for the money. Special attention to the traveling public. , tor jyun. n;.i;i L.""i Boucnct stops .- -.. ltll -. sPM eaV aaaafl I ZM I " llll . Hartford, Kentucky. Republican Ofllco. Both Phones. ' OWENSBORO.KY, F&TAJ" - yesrt s7. ;;v.;;:."rju",or r' . -- "- sii ft insinr -i riv miia. k- - H. Sample d. r3ZTS TW l1"""!. f.'iXr.m W aat..Mr. ".. w, ..TJ.OTUM. ru..!T VTT. i. iib, "-""- V -- M J ..,. f 'sJotlU.', - stkJTa .. Jfc, ; !$$s$$sro$s$ CAUL, AND SEE Our Big Line of TO HONOR HEROIC WOMEN Don't forget tho next poultry deAtlanta, On., April 9. A fund of livery nt Hartford and Beaver Dam $500 now Is being raised In Dixie to on April the 12th and 13th, and at put a memorial window to the wom- Centertown, April 13th, p. m and en of the South in tho building be- April 14th, nil day. FOR MEN, WOMEN AND Remember n.11 poultry can be deing erected by Congress in Washington, to the memory of tho women of livered at pooled prices whether you CHILDREN. tho North and South during tho civil havo signed the pledge or not, as the purcbnEor ha agreed to take tho out war. Mrs. M.C. Ktmbrough of Green- side poultry, or In other words, this big lino on display. "We have the most A wood, Miss., Is chairman of the com- is done In order to nvold confusion attractive Merchondise and price that we mittee of tho United Daughters of at the car and to give every one a the Confederacy, who aro raising tho chance to tako advantage of the high have ever shown. Come in and see for sm se CanJu when feeI a Ille bad, having been prices. fund; tho committee u' ,l always does me good." s Thirteen cents was the maximum. yourself. nnmeu ai ine convnjiijn oi wie unjv Headache, backache, side ache, ed Daughters of the Confederacy1, jrlce Up until the day the pool was UrM worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure woS-l-y hold In San Francisco recently. Mrs. bought and Is yet except In territo trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's Kimbrough now Is sending out letters ries where the pool hnB raised the tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui to various civic organizations, en price. This ralso was compelled by for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing listing their aid to tho end that the other produce firms In order to get women for more than fifty years. necessary funds be raised at once. poultry and weaken tho organiza"We cannot afford," she says, "to tion. Don't forget that the buyer of this miss this rare opportunity to show 164 tho world that we of the South who pool bid the highest prices and that lost our all In this great civil war others have bid more on the day of desire to do our part toward making delivery to buy you, and not to pay permanent that, brotherhood which more for your poultry; that it is prompted a national Congress to do costing the pool buyer more than the other fellow, since he pays to equal honor to both sides." . It was In 1913 Mint Senator Root tho organization 1& per cent, to of New York Introduced a bill In pay your dues so that tho organizaWo quote you carload prices on Drain Tilo. Note Prices as folCongress asking for an appropriation tion may be maintained, and that lows: 26c per rod, weight 140 lbs. to rod for the erection of a memorial to the this Is paid above the sale price, 4 Inch, women of the North who lived dur- which is as follows: C Inch, 0 35c per1 rod, weight 192 lbs. to rod Hens $14.30, Cocks 9c, Ducks $14.30, Turkeys ing the civil war. G Inch, 45c per rod, weight 221 lbs. to rod 3 Senator John Sharp Williams of 16c, Geese 12c, Guineas 25c each 75c per rod, weight 312 lbs. to rod 8 inch, 0 Mississippi offered an amendment to So now don't sell yourself but deliv If you will write us, giving your railroad station, we will tell you the effect that the memorial lncludo er the goods to tho pool car and save what tho freight per rod will be. We will secure the lowest posthe women of the South. The bill, your organization. sible frolght rate. HENRY M. PIRTLE, passed, and with the amendment, Lot us figure out tho cost of a carload for yau, delivered at your 40t2 I County Sec'y. ' Congress appropriated $750,000 for fun of life and action, filled with h depot. m fire of fine inspiration and followed the erection of the Memorial BuildWrite us a postal card, and our price will come to you by first by 250 short stories of adventure, A Plea For Clcmmency. ing in Washington. mall. win maie Is that the officer who arrested Mrs. Kimbrough went to Washington and discussed with those in you?" his honor inquired of an old artist, arrested for charge of the memorial the sugges- negro white-was- h FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Incorporated i two memorial windows be assault. tion that FORDSVILLE, KY. JakoWllBon.Mgr. "I can't rekkerlect," answered the placed In the building, one to the women of tho South and the other prisoner. Sure, I arrested him, Judge," put to the women of the North. It was Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Paee. "he explained to her that the money for in O'Flynn, with Indignation, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of only one, are used. The squares of knows It, too." THREE WIVES CLAIM Travel, Science, Education. From the best minds to the best on these aro numbered, while each such a purpose would have to be "Take a good look at him, Mosps," minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone set of, men is lettered. By this sys- raised by subscription. She was told insisted the Judge. "Isn't that face that the United Daughters of the PEORIA MAN'S ESTATE tem the various moves are easily inmenome. mere is no age familiar?" limit to enthusiasm for The Three Curreat Issnes Free designated and the game pursued Confederacy might be permitted to The darkey squinted long and .Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION without delays. Three hours were raise the funds for the window for scrowllngly at his accuser. women. The plan met with lat us tend you Three Cunrent luuea consumed In playing the first con- Southern ''Now dat I uses mo' keer, Judge," FREE. IndoM tKU Coupon with your KACH IGNORANT OF THE EXISapproval when Mrs. Kim52 Times a Year request. test somo time ago. Now, however, enthusiastic TENCE OF OTHER UNTIL ball submitted It to the 1914 conven- he said, "peers- like dey is somethln' not 12. It requires only a little more time to Thoso who tutweribo now, tending $2 famllyus erbout dat face, but dls yere DEATH OF HUSBAND. for the 52 luuea of THE COMPANION play off a wireless game than one tion at Savannah. .More good reading than you will 13 so full ob nacherly ugly lor 1915, will recaire Tho Companion At the 1915 convention of the worl get in any of the monthly contested In the usual way. From Homo Calendar FREE. Daughters of the Confederacy at San folks,-- jes' an ordinary man kaln't al- magazines, a tho April Popular Mechanics Maga ways tell de difference betwlx' 'em. Francisco the daughters made defi Peoria, 111., April 9. Three wives zine. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE but nite plans for raising of $5000 for Dat's him, Judge, da's him, have appeared to claim tho estate of THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COMPANION, BOTM this purpose. Mrs. Kimbrough, who be ez easy ez yo' kin on him, kaze ho ONE YEAR employe of the J. Frank Pierce, an The Beggar. FOR ONLY $2.70. goa a wife an' fo' chlllum." Case Peoria Terminal Railway, who was The beggar comes with mournful was put In charge of the campaign for funds, says the Memorial Build- and Comment. days ago In an accident spiel. killed a few 1 on tho road. None of tho, wives "I haven't had a good square meal ing soon will be, finished, and It Is Gjpsy Kiss Routs Policeman. knew of tho existence of tho other. for seven weeks," he sighs: "my her hope that the funds will be raised Brldgeton, N. J., April 12. PoliceAirs. Mary Pierce married Plerco last stomach flaps against my spine, and In ample time for the Southern window to be placed before the comple- man Fred Barton, who has never October, lived with him until the all the ills of life are mine, I'm chief been looked upon as a Beau Brum-me- l, time of his death, made funeral ar- of hard luck guys. I have no bed In tion of tho memorial. was directed to follow a couple Cr rangements and was about to bury which to sleep. I have no roottree of pretty gypsy women to see that The Republican Splendid For Rheumatism. and Louisville Herald.. I. .. the body when another Mrs. Plerco that will keep my whiskers clear of $1.3fc' "I think Chamberlain's Liniment they did not tell fortunes. He folarrived at the undertaking parlors ice: I hunger for a bale of hay, and I 1.75 and claimed tho body as that of her will bless you every day, if you'll dig is Just splendid for rheumatism." lowed the pair into a store and The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at writes Mrs, Dunburgh, Eldrldge, N. thought he detected them In making husband. The second Mrs. Pierce, up the prjee." Republican and Home and Farm 1,60 who was. Miss Edna Stone, says sho I need all money that I own; I Y. "It has been used by myself and an effort to do business when he The other members of my family time spoke to them. d a year ago. need each buck and married Plerco 1.7i "Oh, you dear little thing," cried The Republican and again during the past six bone, scad and plunk and wheel and sIt appears, after tho two women to buyeach children cigarettes, to pay years time has always given the best one of the women, as- she threw herand the Republican and Louiflville Daily Herald...., compared notes, that Pierce had been 3.60 self In his arms, clung to his neck The living with both of the women part the druggist and the vets, to purchase of satisfaction." The quick relief from pain which Chamberlain's Lin- and kissed him falriyupon the lips. The republican and uany uwenarjoro inquirer 3.60 of tho time during tho last few buckwheat meal. Gee whig, the way tho money goes, iment offords is alone worth many The policeman's face was crimson as The Republican dou-pol- o Twice-a-Wee- k months. When the facts of the O'boro Messenger 1.7 and every- he rushed back to city hall and deltfo of Pierce becamo known, for coal and parsols and hose, for times the cost. Obtainable clared that some other member of m Republican and Kentucky Farmer somo of bis former friends appeared gloves and oyster stews! No sooner where, 1.76 the force would have to be assigned The In court, tolling of another woman do I get a scad than Daughter Susan .. to trail the "women. w$&. The Republican and New Idea Woman's They Were All Named. Magazine... 1.30 Pierce married a few years. Her claim murmurs, "Dad, I need a pair of A party of engineers were making i has been presonted In court, and U shoes!" And Julia nails me in the Why Not? The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1.60 Is probable that tho third Mrs. Pierce hall, and backs mo up against tho a railway survey through the backs, Private Jones, according to wall, and says, In siren tones, "The woods hill country of Kentucky, and is entitled to tho estate. was summoned to appear be- The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer 1. 50 Suit, It Is said, by the third Mrs. gloves I am wearing are a fright I were boarding at the various farm- fore his captain. must have new ones by tonight so houses along the route. One day ricrco will bo commenced against the "Jones," said tho officer, frowning they stopped at a slatternly cabin for Peoria Termlnlal Railway Company shell out seven bones!" The good wife mgets me on the dinner. During the meal the house darkly, "this gentleman complains in an effort to collect damages. you have killed his dog." Although tho Mrs. Pierces knew stair. She says, "I'm truly In des- wife explained the lack of sufficient that "A dastardly trick," Interrupted pair, we need so many things! I cutlery to go round by saying that nothing of tho other, It Is Bald that the owner of the dog, "to kill a thoy talked freely of tho caso, holding blush to havo tho neighbors come and tho children had beon playing with and seo our carpets on tho bum it hor knives and lost them. At that a defensoless animal that would harm Each apparently was aio ill feeling. no one!" as surprised as tho other to flud that makes me weep, jlngs. Our rocking precocious youngster at tho foot of THE "Not much defenseless about him," chairs aro out of whack, tho sofa's the tablo interrupted her with: R-L- AX Pierco was thoy had boon jtrlcked. V-- Vt 8EWINQ "Ho O maw! They're all hero!" chimod In tho private heatedly. "Maw! split all up tho back, tho clock Is "well known Jn Peoria, highly respectMAOHHNB bit pretty freely Into my leg, bo I "Hush, Johnny!" ed, and his most lnttmato friends de- nlno hours slow; tho kitchen chlniney OF "But, maw, they'ro all here!" and ran my bayonet Into htm." ho never disclosed to anyone will not draw, tho stove's tho worst clare QUALITY.) "NoiiBenso!" answered the owner I over saw, the coal Is running low. ho rose In his place and pointed to the fact of his thro marriages. The angrily. "He was a docile creature. three women lived within a fow miles I'vo written out a list of things, from each pleco as ho named them: "Big Why did you not defend yourself cnbbago right down to kings, that Butch, Little Butch, Case Knife and , of each other. NOT with tho butt of your rifle?" wo are needing Now; so tako this Stub." Youths' Companion. e SOLD "Why didn't ho bite me with his llBt upon your way, and have the tall?" asked Private Jones, with UNDER Burglar "On Tho Square." goods Bent out thus speaks ANY I spirit. Youths' Companion. In tho April American Magazine the haughty frau OTHER Oh, beggar man, with tearwet Is the story of a burglar who at tho NAME. For Infants and Children Feelirlght all the time. Don't lay off Colds Quickly Relieved. lamps, I need my little pile of stamps pistol point gave the following argu from work for days by taking calomel cough and cough ' Many, people In Us ments in favor of his calling to prove moro than raethlnks, you do; but keeps yo when pleasant WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. from the beginning of Fall right Always beats on your feet, while relieving your troub. here's a quarter, which will buy a that he was as honest as the man he through to If you purchase tho NKV HOME you will le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't got cold the Spring. Others section of pie; and may-b- o Intended to rob: have a life awt at the price you pay, and will take anything else. You can't afford Signature of " 'You locH up your house every after cold. Tako Dr. King's' New not have an endleas chain of repairs. sinkers, too. The way things go, it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysDIscoyery and keep It in the house. ere long I'll be panhandling, too, for night, don't you? You spend money tem and relieves constipation. A nat Quality ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure CHECKER GAMES PLAYED plo and tea, upon the ancient plan; on patent fastenings for your doors "It Is certainly a great medicine and in its effect and certain in results. It NIGHTLY BY WIRELESS and as I help you on your way, may and windows, to protect what you I keep a bottle of it continually on ConwcUtW will won't bo long before 1&- - Vtr-La- x hand" writes W. C. Josseman, Fran-conl- a, others, then, on tha,t dread day, as- call your property? I can break in completely displace calomel in evert sat-- ' N. H. Money back is not Members of the Watertpwn, N. Y., sist the beggar man! Walt Mason, through your fancy locks I've won a home.,. Children can take it freely s--9 helps 1 with perfect safety. Every bottle guar Radio Association who aro checker In Judge. fair fight, and I'm entitled to the isflod but It nearly always anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nob enthusiasts are Indulging In nightly goods. It you left off your locks genuine without the likeness and signs games. This old diNot Knocking. and fastenings I'd bo a crook, like ture otL.lL Grigsby, For sale by Miss Pickles Too bad I couldn't you. I'd be taking advantage of FOR FLETCHER'S version has. a number of devotees J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. And plans are now being made for a seo you when you called, but I was your faith In human nature, the way If you wont a sewing machine, writ tec general tournament in which the en Just having my balr washed. you do, Do you give your victims ear latent catalogue before you purch-t-e. ) J Bananas can be ripened In a room tire personnel of the organization! Miss Dill And It hadn't been re as good chance as you have against Tor pete the be ok a fj4 me? Are there any locks pa doors, kept at110 decree. fill participate, two boards, Instead turned, eh? Is Dr. saw Aatl-tnu- k aw i ,..j..iO Ma. Spring Goods! DAUGHTERS OK CONFEDERACY RAISING FUNDS TO UUV MEMORIAL WINDOW. protecting their property from you? Not by a long shot. You come along with the hopo of getting something OF SOUTH for nothing, and they leave It sticking to your Angers. You do It under cover of tho law and they don't oven know they'vo been robbed.' " mm It Always Helps Mrsf. SyIvan,a Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use would hurt so bad, I uUJf i?y ba.ck thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my hbusework. After taking three bottles of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give A. S. OF E. NOTICE AS TO THE POULTRY DEAL "S andad CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ?!? P Huh Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. !$$S$$$$$S$$$$ Attention Farmers! to S Get a Bottle Today! X J mW&BF 33B TfeYOUTITS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 OUR CLUBBING RATES. hard-earne- - Tlt-Blt- f Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE LI NEW j CASTOR A !" HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ax ForOvr 30 Yors G&9&& non-skiddi- long-distan- Children Ory CA3TORI A W ir jjjaa.nt,- - Al England, Germany and France Agree on one thing, tf on no other. They all prohibit the sale of alum baking powders. There must be a good reason for this. It is because alum was found to be v . ul. dispersed, said: "It wo wero nblo to overcome Villa when ho had 70,000 men, wo ought to bo able now." That more than eighty persons we're Killed anil injured In tho wreck-i- n nf thh Mexican National train by Villa bands near Sombrerete Marih 27 was reported In another letter re ceived at EI Paso. United States. While Washington Administration Is awaiting Germany's reply on tho Sussex attack, It is stated that mere disavowal will not bo satisfactory to tho United States, which has an array of evidence against the German submarine activity. rMENS SPRING SUITS Your Spring outfit is here waiting your approval. Great variety of Patterns in the new- - " est and and best styles. Royal Baking Powder is made of cream of tartar, derived from grapes, a natural food product, and contains no alum nor other questionable ingredients. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York France. Tho battle around Verdun is proceeding with unabated fury. To tho west of the Mouse a bombardment ot increasing intensity is reported in the French olflclal communication. Fierce German attacks were delivered against tho French front south of the Forges Brook, but, although the Germans Buffered serious losses, the French lino between Le Mort Homme and Cumlercs remained unbroken. Special Styles for Young Men! Suitable Styles for the Conservative Dresser as well as the Old Men. This store is the home of , OLD JUNK ALSO TAKES A JUMP VALUE OP OLD IRON, "WASTE PAPER, RAGS, ETC..GREATER THAN USUAL. tian character. Be It further resolved .that' the family has lost a kind husband and father and that we extend to them our sympathy In their sad bereaV' ment and point them to the God that doeth all things well. Be It further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be furnished the family of the deceased Sovereign, a copy be spread on our minute book, caste." and a copy furnished to the Hartford Republican and the Hartford HeTald E. P. BENNETT, JOHN BROWN, , MARVIN BAIRD, Committee. British Prime Minister Asqulth explained last night what he means by "the destruction of tho military domination of Prussia," saythe ing: "We intend to establish principle that international problems must be handled by free negotiation on equal terms between free peoples, and that this settlement shall no longer be hampered or swayed by the overmastering dictation ot a Government controlled by a military England. Hart Schaffner & Marx Fine Clothes! J Satisfaction guaranteed in every Suit. Price at $18.00 to $30.00. " USED IN WAR MATERIAL for publication. Prices of Old Rugs Goes From 75 Cents to $4.00 a Hundred Lower at Present. The high jgst ot living .with Its subsequent high prices has hit the old junk pile. Due to the scarcity ot junk material prices for old Iron, waste paper and all waste material are higher than' at any time In history, accord- lng to local junk dealers. Dealers look for even a' higher price for scrap iron, metal and copper. The market price for rags has ranged downward during the past several weeks. The droppage Is due to a notice sent throughout the country two weeks ago by William C. Redfleld, Secretary of Commerce. In the notice the Secretary urged the residents of the country to ac cumulate old rags, paper and junk and dispose ot it to dealers. In the meantime the dealers had posted prices far in advance of the normal price and the residents at once began accumulating old rags and paper. The result was that the dealers were soon swamped with rags and paper and the prices accordingly dropped. A local dealer said last night that several weeks ago old rags were purchased for $4 a hundred pounds. The normal price was 75 cents a hundred pounds. Beginning today, however, the dealer will buy rags at a price of $1.25 a hundred pounds, whereas last week a price of $2.40 was paid for a almilar quanlty of the waste mate- LATEST WAR NEWS Monday Mexico. A report received at El Paso yesterady from Columbus Indicated that the movement of troops into Mexico has not stopped, and the United States soldiers are being sent across the border as rapidly as they can be supplied with transportation and equipment. Two battalions of infantry were detailed to guard the streets of El Paso Jast night after the city authorities had declared that they feared an uprising among the Mexicans in Wedneday Mexico. Gen. Obregon last night Issued a report that Villa was in hiding, almost unattended, in Southern Chihuahua. Earlier .reports indicated that Villa had died of his wounds." The death ot the bandit would end the hunt automatically, and it he has not died It Is the belief at headquarters that Gen. Pershing's campaign cannot be carried out along the present lines or with tho force he now has. Two army aviators who reached Columbus yesterday after a 330-miflight from the field base, accomplished In four hours, confirmed the account of Villa's' death. They also said that Villa's bandits had attacked a ranch not far from Parral recently. Gen. Funston is expecting a call from Gen. Pershing for more troops within the next few days, and In that event It Is possible that mlllta will be called on for border duty. le X See Our Big Line of Suits at $15 We make a specialty of Suits for Young Men af fifteen dollars. A big assortment and unusual values. If It's a Pair of Shoes Hat, Shirt and Neckwear you need to complete your wardrobe, we have them. No need to Juarez. Canuto Reyes, with a bandit band. is said to have, passed Durango headed north, and it is thought that he will try to Join tho Villa forces and aid them in their f.lght against tha Americans. Use of the Mexican telegraph and telephone lines has been offered Americans. Gen. Salazar Is said to the border lutOvMexico and will take up arms against the United States, according to an El Paso rehave-crosse- s France. There was a cessation of the German Infantry assulta to the west of tho Meuso yesterday although the bombardment of the French lines between Lo Mort Homme and Cuml-ere- s continued, acording to the offl-cicommunication issued by the al worry about anything you need to wear. Just make up your mind you are going to Barnes Bros, for your outfit, and they will make you one of the best dressed young men in the neighbor hood. i War Office. port. A powerful attack, however, was delivered against the French trenches between Douaumont and Vaux, east of the Meuse. The Germans at, this point succeeded in getting a foothold in some of the advanced trenches, rial. 1 1 1 3 The scarcity of junk material became evident some months after the war, began to soar until at the present time, dealers say, the prices are the highest in history. A dealer last night said that tho publicity given tho "Accumulating of Waste Material Movement," suggested by Secretary Red Held, was responsible for the swamped condition of the "old rag" market. Within thirty days, the dealer said, in Bowling Green residents of, that city had collected nearly l.OuO.OOO pounds of waste paper, raga and waste material ol all kinds. They made an enormous profit out of tho sale ot the matorlal beta u so anybody could ship rags at a profit regardless of tho freight charges. Metals and scrap Iron alsj are selling ut a record prico. Tills is tho result of tho use of all ucrap materials by factories which are hunting day and night, filling huge war orders. All scrap Iron, cooper and other metal is being used by theso factories to supply munitions to tho warring nations. A shortage of dyes used In manufacturing colored paper and chemicals used In bleaching, Is responsible for tho advanced cost ot paper. Dyes pud chemicals used in paper factories and mills are almost exhausted. Wednesday's Courier-Journa- l. of Respect. Resolution Hartford Camp 202, Woodmen ot The World. Whereas it has pleased tho Supremo 'Ruler ot tho Universe to call from the .walks of life our Beloved Sovereign, "James R. Felix, to his eternal rest; Therefore bo It resolved that Hartford Camp 203 W. 0. W. has lost a faithful and consistent member; that we would do woll to Imitate his Chris by a counter atUnited States. The Administra- but were driven out ,. . expects to be in a position within tack. tion hours to deterthe qext forty-eigUnled States. Jhe general outline mine what shall be the nex$ step in the situation concerning the disasters of the future course of the United ti which have overtaken the Sussex and States In Germany's submarine operaother merchant vessels carrying tions was agreed upon by the Cabinet session, but a final American citizens. It is indicated at a two-hothat high offlctals beliovo the United decision was withheld pending the States will not take action at this receipt of tho Gprman reply to the time in tho Sussex case, in view of Inquiry regarding tho disaster to the tho German denial of responsibility steamer Sussex. The note has been placed in the hands of the American glotf of the English Channel the affor its sinking. Ambassador at Berlin for transmis- ternoon tho Sussex met with disaster are statements contained In Germahave sion to Washington. French Prance. Tho ny's- reply to tho American GovernVerstraightened out their front at ment's request for information conThursday. dun by evacuuting tho Bethincourt Sussox. Tho steamer on Moxlco. Several United .States cerning th salient. Tho evacuation carried at night was successfully completed. citizens havo been killed and others sunk was supposed to Tie a war vesGerman attacks against tho reformed wounded In bandit raldsjn tho vi- sel, , "a mlno layer of tho recently French positions are said to have all cinity of Guaymas, Sonora, according built English Arabls class,'1 says the been repulsed, uccordlng to tho Par!3 to a naval radio message received statement. Tho United States reply will give yesterday at San Diego. Tho cruisstatement. jt er Donvcr has been ordered to pro- notico that It considers illegal use of (irccro. An exchange of shots bo- - ceed to tho Mexican west. coast port tho "submarlno lq.boing. continued reiterated assurances and pledgNo details wtro given In tween German and French cavalry1 at once. es to tho contrary given by Berllu. and tho shelling j)f French tronches tho message Villa bandits, said to havo numberat Glovgell and Dolran Is reported France. German Infantry Is inaced betweon 500 and 1,000, 6acked tho from Salonikl. town of Sierra Mnjada In Coahuila tive while big guns are operating On Tho Seas. Tho British steam- on April fj, and destroyed thousands against Hill 304 and Lo Mort Homme, ers Adumton and Avon havo been of dollars worth of American prop- key points, and this combination Is indication sunk, presumably by submarines, erty, according to'lnforraatlon reach- taken by war critics as an steamer Asger Ryg, ing the border. Reports that tho of preparation for another desperato whllo Danish been outlaw leader himself was with this German infantry assault. torpedoed, has supposedly sighted, badly damaged, south ot tho band'lndlcate that ho may havo eludBritish Front. After three attacks ed the pursuing Americans and made Islo of Wight. road tho his way more than 100 miles cast of along tho Piekcln-Ypre- s Tuesday tho expeditionary force. This report Germans invaded tho British trenchMevlco. While Washington re- Is .substantiated by the belief that es, whllo the British successfully g Richo-bourports Indicated Improved conditions Reyes, with his followers is In tho raided German trenches near fighters L'Avoue. Canadian on the border and disposed of many same section and that tho two banhavo Inflicted heavy losses on tho rumors of an Impending withdrawal dits will effect a Juncture. Washington officials last night Germans. in'pursuit of Villa of American forces further efforts on the part of tho de were considering the sending ot more drecce. Dispatches report a refacto government of Mexico to take troops into Mexico to assist in procrudescence ot the artillery fighting over the chaso unassisted were in- tecting the ever lengthening column on the Greek front. dicated in a statement given out at of Gen. Pershing. Juarez by Gen. Gabrlol Gavlra, Car-ranEngland, Gold, silver and paper United States. That a German The statement, commander. instruresponsible for the money and' all negotiable made In connection with Gen Scott'a submarine was not announcement' that the expeditionary damage to the French cross channel ments" and'realtzable securities hare force would consider Its purpose ac- ferry steamer Sussex, but that Ger- been .placed'pn the contraband list by complished when Villa bands were mans did sink a steamer In the re- - GreatWltalu. ht E. P. BARNES & BRO. W ! I; ur BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. HARVEY self to bo a sure breeder. Ho can ;FlLES,25,0Oir DAMAGE SUIT show moro good coming and yearlings and higher prices Dixon. Ky., April 7. than any Btalllon In this part of Ken- -' ,V. B. Harvey has, flledtsult for lucky. 90 per cent of his colts bolucj Srj'.OOO damages against tho News- -' mares, tho kind that brlnir tho hlirli- Doraocro), of Paducah, as tho result aoiiars. Ho will stand at ?10.00. of an editorial published by that paAiox ir, Hcg. No. arioa per regarding Ropresontatlvo Harvey during the recent sessions ot the Is a beautiful bay, with stocking feet nnd strlpo in faco, standing 10 & Legislature hands high, weight 1.2C0 pounds. I 11,0 Is a sure breeder a3 ovor lived and tan shuw moro d horses than any stallion over In this part ot Kentucky, being tho siro of Bomo mat havo a mark ot 207 trotting and pacing, and ho has aired .. high-price- REPRESENTATIVE do-spi- to Kjt&ZvCri $ BKk2IikSLL.Kw''BK JStIs! '&-!bbb- (A natural picture) breeding stock are all in flno shape. Four good ones, two stalMy za lions and two Jacks. Leo Beauty, Register No. 12015 This great draft Stallion, one ot the best percheron horses in Western Kentucky, being a perfect model, having all the style and action any one could desltfi. In fact, this horse never was defeated in a show ring) 'He is black,- - with star la forehead, standing 16 hands high, weighs 1,650 pounds. He has proven hlnv some very fancy saddlo horses. Ho stand ut $10.00. (Spanish King, CS'o. 1)501 Tho great mare mulo Jack, black back, whlto points, coming 8 yeara' old, 15 hands high, with plenty bono and good heavy body. This Jack is known as tho fine Hamilton Jack lu Daviess county. Tho men who havo raised mules from him and know of him say ho is the surest breeder ever lived and gets tho good kind, and the mule dealers of Owens-bor- o say ho has got more high priced mules than any 'Jack ever stood in Daviess county. This great producer with one more Jack will stand at 18.00. All insure colt to stand and suck. t Thanking you in advance and mjr old customers for past favorlv Respectfully yours" O. E. MILLER, ., ..J. rVVI "sf MHMtfHl t 7: -