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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTS, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1916. ot the gravity of his words. tfo.42 ablest Republicans in the country, secured a more efficient, pains-tal- c and the wisdom and conservatism of MAY WITHDRAW When ho concluded with expression MILITARY FORCE ing and popular assistant than Miss part- - probably favors him, but the of liopo that Germany would so act to Woerncr. Root's, cold dignity does not readily nvert a regrettable break with AmerJudge R. R. Wedding recently OF MILLION MEN stir tne enthusiasm- - of the masses THE U. FACES COUNTRY ica, the assembly broke Into cheers. TROOPS qualified as N) P. O. C. . Barring developement of the unex It waB 1:14 o'clock when the PresiA special session of the Ohio' coun-t- y pected one of the three men men-- , dent concluded. He had spoken just Fiscal Court has been called for - FOR STANDING ARMY WITH tloned will bo nominated. fifteen minutes. ay- GERMANY MUST ABANDON SUB- Hughe's strength Is In a large mea- GEN. SCOTT SENT TO BORDER TO , to"f S. L. Stevens recently reslened a FORCE OF IJEACE INVESTIGATE CON. WARFARE SAYS MARINE " sure a- negative strength. The Proga member of tho Ohio County Board Did He Cause Rain. 230,000. DITION8. PRESIDENT. ressive- would prefer him to a proof Drainage Commissioners. Tho supposition that rain comes nounced old guard candidate and the down becauso It llsteth Is officially. Mr. J. H. Thomas was appointed old guard would prefer him to Poose-vel- t. by the court in place of Mr. Steven, refuted in San Diego, where $10,000 ' Hughes position upon the SOLDIERS W. F. Hudson was recently apGOES BEFORE CONGRESS may have to be paid out ot, tho I'.y SCENES OF EXCITEMENT pressing questions Is unknown, most NEED MORE ml pointed as administrator of Geor treasury by way ot shattering the old hfi ability, or rather his Inclination, belief that Mother Nature is respondeceased. maintain party solidarity if.eleol- E. E. Blrkhead was Haven't Sufficient Men to Properly In Fifteen Minute Speech Wilson sible Is shown In a story to the New Grave Developments Cause Senate ol f ,&' unce-trl- r ui'ity. as guardian of Waneda Randolph, Votk World. To Pass Volunteer ProviProtect Line of ComTells Diplomats of Gravity of Roosevelt's strength Is difficult of ' an Infant unded 14 years of age. The City Attorney lias ruled that sion. munication. Situation. inxlysls. At the core the party beGeo. Jewell charged with the illthe city must pay Charles HatQoM that ". egal sale of Intoxicants will be tried "l i- - b X sum tor flllliir; '.he Morena D.ipi. . .M lievesirukes Wilson's weak foreign po-- !. that "i. V &' a ."! snjeratlve .Co nexf'Monday. Kstfield is A rainmaker. He wenl to Washington, Washington, April 18. An army April 19. Major onflve counts Washington, April John Bratcher charged with selling: ,cg0 Bome wftj Bg0 and spokt reorganization bill that would pro- e'.ocijon of Roosnelt in order to r: General Hugh Scott will go to San Wilson told Congress, assembled in """-"- "" stor' the co.uuv's waning presume Antonio, Texas, .. .nmohn, na . .... .... . " i regular army and reserve mili- uotlj it. home an:; .n-at- d. tonight by order of whiskey on five counts will be tried It is wily joini session Biioruy auer i o ciuck N"I notice you don't hare very duce tary forces in the United States ag- .e fear that & Urge number of old Secretary Baker to get accurate In- jj on Saturday the 22nd. this afternoon, he has given German much of an average rainfall here. Mitchell Taylor, who recently shot gregating a million men was passed line Republican . vonW- not formation on the notification that tho I'd like to make Vain for you." Irrevocable suwimi hnrdnr nf MotIoo situation on the uuu "'"ei rayion Huuenger, DOtB by the vote. It lsa substitute tor the iv.m that previ.t a tampede to United States will break off dlplom- W,U be Blven an examining "Fill Morena Dam," said the Secretary bill passed by the House, and not discuss ' ?.lo.red' share w'.. Gen. Scott'R Baker would U nn,,moH I"10' on next Monaay. yntlc relations it her Illegal submarine counctlmcn, and they all laughed. Hay differences will be worked out in Ireevclt. Piou-essivmlaalnn. Tt the campaign is continued. r'jnJrrs .this ajjaai'ju.'on. It 8 however, Morena Dam had never been more conference. that his report after a conprac Hno leaders Uf.tltfable thai A note, America's last word, Marriage License. than a third filled. On the eve ot a joint session ot the coloiicl only for the ference with Funston, would go far tlcally an ultimatum and demanding!I Claude Allen Rockport, Ky tc rigm, saia riauiuiu, ior houses of Congress to hear a message fajorpposlng' t." .". "ah to be Mi on mentioi Whether Xwh-- ! toward determining the course obser-er- Jessie McLean Rockport, Ky. an Immediate reply, presumably was $10,000." pursued in Mexico. Military s from the President on' grave Interna- the convention in the Berlin Foreign OOlco as the mteis he'll- - break G. W. Stewart White Run, Ky.W Still laughing, they agreed. appear to agree that some radical, tional Issues, the Senate hastened loose In Georgia and everybody go speaking. It was disPresident was Hatfield erected his tower near the completion of the bill amid scenes of move must be made soon, either to Sarah Francis Gray White Run, Ky, over to him must wait upon events. patched last night in accordance with dam, put his galvanized' iron tanks Harvey Wedding-Hartfor- d, R. 6, back 11 n thn trnnna nr withdraw thorn excitement, repeatedly rejecting all the President's plan to havo It betoro Dora Baughn Hartford, R. 6. f tb wrapped tno tanks 'ndment8 Dendin. to reduce the1 Unless JTUBW develops between as in the present position they t convention strongenough . oWad the German Government at the same wtu ?ar . ,n hJg , and tn nrpss tho nnrsnlt nf Vllln i. iiuuo nuriiuru, it. 1, to moment ho was addressing the Amer- - 'I chemical fluid. Ho was off In tho Proposed strengtneping or tne arm.,t0 forcQ RooaeveU8 nomination, unable ! Bess,e B- - Thomas Hartford, R 1. nronerlv and thnlr nrm.nM rrM j or strong enough Greater i'eace,Mtrengtn. at least, to force only to irritate" ican Congress. I H. G. Barnard South Carrqlton, mountains and tho city forgot him the Mexicans. In the closing hours of debate the the politicians to take Hughes to Tho President asked no action Tho councllmcn were measuring tho Ky., to Grade E. Shultz Narrows Ky, S en at0 made P rovlslon for a reg ular avotd.tiWng Roosevelt, He simply t Root will whatever of Congress. C. M. Patton Hartford,. R. 6., t resources and thinking' Paso, Texas, April 19. ConEl ""-"- "" lniormeu u oi me accumumuon o' nbout Emma Mldklff Hartford, R. 6. ' appropriations. but never' Mi"'fl"eMmmeewieLmiJ ago convention. However, It Is still firmation ot reports that the Amerifacts proving that Germany sassuran j about the 10,000-w- hen it began to passed an' open field and one man's guess is can expeditionary force was being United States are being rain. ces to tho MAKING NEW CAR. concentrated at three points in Mexthe House, retained, after a close as good as others. violated; that the submarlno camuu ico preparatory either for the with U.U..UI uuu, wulu J.. H. THOMAS. desplto the earnest protests that the water at Morena Dam wa. flght the plan for a Federal volunteer paign, Automobile a Great drawal of the troops or the organ!- - Dual-Powag. e force ot the United States, is being conI Invention. federalized zatlon of a new and more extensive gate 261.000 men, and , vigor in con- ducted with renewed .. . ."Hatfield tho r. INSURANCE COMPANIES campaign was received here today .. .. .. rnvniinn nf nil tho ittwa of nations' uouncumen, saia. "tveryDoay s get- - the National Guara forces 01 tne from Mexican sources. What'Ms by tar the most radical States at an estimated strength of , lh' . .. humanity, and that he means to' ,n and Won't.Take a Chance On The Life Of It was said that General Pershing and interesting ,deyelopementrecently men. 280,000 ' aever relations unless It Is brought But when the downpour continued, The "Fatal Seven." 1 had withdrawn all outlying detach- - carried out In electric-vehicl- e comwithin tho law. Diplomatic history and the flood followed, some favored.1 In addition to this combined regu- ments south of Namlquipa and that lu atructlon Is represented in a new Mar and reserve force of 790,000 men, ot the world shows that such a course paying Hatfield $5,000 and calling it Chicago,. April 17. . .'Your life Is neighborhood of 3,000 men were dual-powcar that 'has- - just madev is almost certain to bo followed quits. But Hatfield Is sure he will an amendment was passed to create not worth a dime, not even a batter- the camped at San Antonio, 12 miles Its appearance. It is described In a school and college youths' reserve hy war. get his $10,000. rnrnn In tlmn nf wnr nr threatened ed Up nickel, according to insurance West of Cuslhuirlachlc, and that a the May Popular Mechanics Magazine' The President's note and his adamong force estimated at almost double this In designing the machine an attempt war which would recruit a force ot cmPanles ityou are listed dress to Congress are final. They ine Iaiai Beven wmcn consisls 0I FIRE TRUCK WRECKED number was being concentrated near has been made to embody the best trained young men, schooled by offU mark the end of diplomatic exchanges Steeple jacks,Namlquipa. features of both the gasoline and cers ot the regular army, the estlmat- - I A continuance ot the longstanding Aviators', The belief that the American electric cars. The result is a truly" friendly relations, tho President made Oweneboro Oilicinls Relieve Someone ed strength of which Is anywhere Soldiers, troops are about to leave Mexico is remarkable vehicle which ' has the x Put Emery Dust in' Gear from 200,000 to 400,000. clear, depends alone upon Germany's Dynamite employes, widespread among the Mexicans in body lines and general appearance "We are creating here tonight, a conduct- Jockeys, Juarez and has completely changed ot an electric, the speed and touring. After affidavits of Elmer Little and nonce armv of a million men." do- Galleries Arc Packed. Auto racers, the attitude ot the people, who after ' radius of a gas car, the comforts of L H Ba8llam had been read at the ' clarod Senator Mycra ln supporting 'Grooms who ride the hounds Representatives of tho Allied coun- - C0Uncil meeting Monday night, tbat' tho Parral incident gave marked ln- - both, and the drawbacks of neither. nmondment nf Renntnr Reed tn Insurance companies keep a closer dtcatlons ot hostility toward Amerl-ta- b tries filled the galleries of bodjr authorized a reward of $100 make the regular army 200,000. Tho The car is capable of unusual peron deaths than anybody else in cans. Women ruled In the public galleries. for tho nrre3t and conviction of the Senate had agreed previously by a '' formances. It can be driven on galess than twenty men finding places man WOman or child who entered tho vote 0f 43 to 37 to an amendment by the world. Deaths cost them money, Supp,ementinB reports that the po-a- soline power alone, electric alone, or to reduce the risks they have fig- in the GOO seats.- - Mrs Wilson was in .central fire station and 'tampered' B,nnfnr nrandee inrronBin ,n n, both at the same time.A maximum wnB tt ' the executivo gallery. , wlth tue big motor truck some tlmo from the pr0posed strength ot 180,- - ured th,nBS out on a PercentQ80 basis. mlnop fmp0rtan'ce ln comparison with speed of about 35 .miles an h'our Is s In the Cabinet party were Secre- - n tho past few weeks, this now being' 000 t0 250.000. Tha Reed reduction I They W,U not ,nsure Persons ,n the economic conditions and the rav- - attainable. When on gaso- n, paries Lansing, uaKer, Houston ana glven a8 tno use for the big truck prOp08al was rejected, 24 to Sfl, after 80m0 wa,KS or me- - iney WHl taKe a --ages of typhus; epidemic which has ' Hne, the surplus power, or that on a soldier In a time of peace, been sweeplng through the central 'oped ln excess ot what is actually Attorney General Gregory falllng t0 work when lt wa8 almost a brlef flDeech by Senator Williams chance .w and Postmaster General uuneson. wrocked hv Driver Alexander - about illK MIV,U UO nkfarrarl if tlio ..t.n,nit. but a naer tn nis policy maices 11 offM Amarlnan mlni, W...WM. needed to carry the machine at de-yf WV 1C1C11CU, iU VU DUIUU.UIU kW. VMU M..M...Q ffl,.i0i M. e other chaps recelved me8sage8 today that relief b Ired speed, is saved, for the motor The Vive President and Senators ar- - ten day8 ag0. The reward wa8 ot- - 0f the occasion whlQh would confront- vold dur,n war ,n the fatal Beven they wont ,naUre rived at 12:30 and marched In double fered on motlon of Mr. Mlschel, who Congress tomorrow. becomes a generator , was urgently needed If thousands of automatically .. n.....t. ...111 .. ffllo dnn tho center aisle,. members t. n .1 . at all. - .. mu UUIU nut Jlit UUIIUVU lllUb tne peons ln Durango, Coahulla,. and charges the batteries. . Should Snys. War Threatens. . -- -., -i i Thern are nther "iinderRtrahles" u jfot the House rising and remaining como out. ; ana .u Aguascanentes, aan uuis, w" . .. " i , "Are. we or are we not threatened ' I iuijdlng' until they were seated. guaiup, uuuiwiuiuni, good for 30 time the batteries are worn nnt in nerlsh It ,8 8et 0Uf ln both amdavlta that with war?" asked Senator Williams, j.tuuuiDLiiiiwH oyjes ,Ponworker8i player8 ln the While the Senators were taking BOme kind 0 a mixture resembling miles. When a steep hill Is to beMust Fight. Typhus. their seats President Wilson reached emery dU8t and clay had been put Are we or are we noi. inreaienea In8uranca companle8 charge high These messages stated tha there climbed a driver has the advantage we orrateg when ln8Urlng any per80ns of war from Mexico? Are tho Capitol" and waited In Speaker , lnt0 tho gear ca8e8 of tho big truck with we were between 4,000 and 6,000 cases' of two forms of motive power. Th not threatened with war over,these occupatlon8. Clark's office, Just outside tha cham- - nnd tnat the effect of thls material are of tvnhim in the eitv of Atrunscall-- 1 danger of stalling the car Is entirely controversy? Have we Actresses are too tempermentnl ber. as tno presiaent entorea tne I wa8 to cut out the Idler gear and the submarine i.iio nmnnViinn in ai.lnhvlated; for ohnnld the encrlna aton. to assemble in Joint for traveling and they have to trav- been chamber Just before 1 o'clock Sen bearinKs. nnd looked to have been in- - uo .. . called .. -- i most eyery cUy of lmportance ln Cen- -' the motor would Instantly begin el. according to the rink firms. Dis tral Mexico, ators, Representatives, Cabinet and troduced Int0 tho tube for oiling tho including Queretaro. turning' lt over at several hundred tillery workers pay $20 per $1,000 The man who received these mess revolutions a minute. Thus lt "Would galleries rose. An outburst ot ap- - gear and bearlng8, whlch COuld haTe' l,te,y unhand? not for policies. J plause gave way to loud cheering. been done by taklng oft the cap." ' ages is the head ot a concern with not be stalled for as mch as a sec- army cannot this demonstration the Presl-'Tho- y Jao ot Doctors .are not held good risk very large interests in Mexico and ond, if in good condition, and In any 8ay the case was sealed and too liable to accidents. dent shook hands with .the Speaker 8ald matorla, could not nave gotten ' which in normal times employes sev- -' event the motor would keep the car a Best risks are commercial travel- - oral thmiftnnd Mexican workmen. Ha moving. pJesi-a"d the" lnt0 " "ar , nCCWent aPsr8eemb?Ce I b weSl'tho a.!SQ, et. ers because they're so familiar with From an economic standpoint the ,ack JU3t whon thts ,s 8uppo.sed "Be:, ?, dent ot the United States thinks so. the perlals ot travel they seldom got ga,d that as fftr ,.Qa the 'tried oftnfood machlno is unusual. Road tests have uu. nas no hnrt wn. in iniuoui uw6"u u.? taken placo uniet uummings T thnk wo are pretty 8.' ten per cent ot thelr ac something toward relieving tho dls- - shown that lt Is possible to get 45 hurt speaking slowly and distinctly, H'a knowledge but he feels satisfied that tor rayselr' with intorna d P0llC,e8 are col,ected- voice was heard throughout the Mme ono has undertaken to interfere. tress ot his former employes by send - miles out of one gallon ot gasoline. ootn irom ine casi. )d; , . School teachers also are good risks. Ing corn and beans to points whero For a car of the size and weight of ..i.- 1. "H """"""- "D 11,, n...i,i.ni ),. ih. witn tne service 01 tne nre aepan-- i , x. Souti. n "b la . review, of tho Gorman submarine ment The chief is also doing a little . this one, the record nt first thought tho distitutlon was worst, Jf Vtlril there was no demonstra- -' detoctlve work, and ,u th0 event that I While driving Attention Farmers I "I found," ho said, "that my efforts seems incredltablel i. ilon to punctuate his recital of tho ho shouid 80CUre a clue, warrants . . hin pion rni,nt,iv We have arranged for an Illustrat were more provocative of HI than oh tho.engine alone about 30 mllea u """N "' -. Amnrlfnll ...v" v,: 'cnrin. nf. ..M.W..VM.. llvo Vnt n .viii nn inimeumLuiy Bwuru uui. iui kuu ' '"i""8" save '"" " possible with a gallon of fuel. ..w !...i...i.. ...ft. to ved to the volunteer army pro- - ed lecture on hog cholera by an ex- - good. If I sent a carload of corn to is was heard above tho Presidents gullty party, Luinn rhemninns of the National pert from the Kentucky Experimental help out a hundred ot my former While doing this, however, the bat- iound no ltn nnnlrn ilia nnma "T.lial- 'i'S mnliA About a week ago when a reporter Quard f0Ugbt R bitterly in the Com- - Station at the following places and employes, it would bo besieged by a terles are charged for an additional tanla." for the Inquirer asked firemen at tho m,tteo 0f the Whole and lt wbb re- -' dates and I wish to call your atten-'mo- b of thousands and would prove 16 miles. It will be s,een that the, ' i ' Heads Arc Bowed. central Btatlon about the reported tnlned by a vot0 0f 34 to 32. tlon to the necessity ot hearing theso merely the cause of a riot "in which trouble and expenso of battery charg- n, i lectures:.' In some sections you now nobody would Ret much ot anything." Ing, present In all electric cars, are t Every head bow6d forward as tho flndlnK of emery dust, ho was told The Carranza officials are making absent here, he was np- - that thero was "nothing to it." QUt tne Bection President Indicated that wa8 SOved this havo tne disease and It spreads all The weight of the machine Is 3,100 tho time and you need to know how strenuous efforts to send food Into proachlng tho keynote of his mes- - Owensboro Inquirer. time by a vote ot 40 to 37. to detect the disease when you see it tho stricken districts and to check Ihs. as against 4,200 lb. of the electric - sage; tho announcement of the course Slnco and how to prevent Its spreading. So tho ravages ot typhus, but tho dls- - of which it is an outgrowth. Children. Chaos Precedes Chicago. Has Twenty-Tw- o l he will pursue. His declaration that With only a Uttlo more than a take an hour 'off and avail yourself turbed conditions In the country are the battery space is lessened by half, plain she In-- J Whltesburg, Ky., April 18. SteGermany had made lt room Is available at tne rear to con- Indiscriminate phen Hogg, former County Judge of month Intervening before the meet-- 1 of this opportunity that you do not proving a serious handicap. touded to continue jceal an extra tire. The only way in defiance ot international I Letcher, who resides near Rcuana, ing of the National Republican Con- - have' often, and come and hear it at warfare in Farmers who have dealings with which the car differs ln appearance bocsts ot being th? fath-Stat- vention it is difficult to account for Rockport, Tuesday night April 25, at law and tho protests, of the United Lelow-hero- , banks are be'tter able to get accom- - from the conventional brougham Is 7:30. living children, the tuct that party sentiment has) was followed by the statement er ot twenty-twhas a streamline effect need It than that that this determination had left but j "Uncle Steve," as he is usually call fed, grouped Itself about no special can- - Kronos, Wednesday afternoon, April I modations when they possible carry and athe hood neat, radiator Is pro- th'ose who do not. If 26, at 2:30 course open to the United States, has been married twice and by his dldate tor the nomination.one It should b sm, ,, thto u tma u fair field fnr -. McIIenrv. Wednesday nlcht Anrll 26. 'a denoslt at tho banks. If possible I vlded'at the front, . ... . .. .- -. -and When he pronounced the words of first wife has twelve children T, .. start a savings account even it It is understood that there la no trans at 7:30. declaring that unless ' by his second, and present wife, rut speculation. The most talked ot the ultimatum formation ot power except that which ermany should immediately declare a young woman, he has ten chll'lrea. man Is Justice Hughes, tiutlt Is most- - Hopewell church, Thursday night, small. This otherwise would be wasted. April 27, at 7;30. ,, ly talk. One rarely hears a"posltlve! an abandonment ot lndls (and effect distinguishes the car irom those County Court Happenings says Shultztown schoolhousa.-F- f Iday night Call on Acton Bros, for Disc Har- declaration for htm.' Everybody criminate submarine warfaro this Miss Sophia At Woerner, has ac-- known as gasollne-electrlcApril. 28, at. 7; 30 Government would have no choice rows, Cultivators, two row and one Roosevelt Is, a possibility, but as' in " cepted a position in the County Court i Everybody Is invited to attend. relations, row Corn drills. the case of Hughes positive declarato sever diplomatic County ' For tea drinking tbe world's record W. W. BROWDER', Clerk's office as, deputy. Senator ACTON BROS. tions for him are rare. . there, was still no dewbnstration, ' County Agent. Clerk, Blankenshlp could' not have is held by Australia. Root Is conceeded to be one of the Bly a tense silence and a reflection 42t2 Hartford, Ky. GRAVE CRISIS S. - f lately-appoint- ed " 19.-Pre- sldent' '. I '- ' es ': areo aa ,,.. ."""' "'.rTiT ,,,.40 -- er Trd T;. .... er the-Hous- e .,., ,,... ,,, ., . nd . drl-i!?- devel-rWllso- .. . - I " ... 79tit!i ... b" "" - ,- 0j mhS. ' .,.,.. i I "" T" S? o"?2SaS Mon-nWcu fJare Z .V cer-Durl- ng y ...,, I ." ... .., ".... tt. J ....0?ShorJSS .,. n. a.. To-nig- ht .-- I j es .- I .... f a. tfbut .Jl. . I Mf 1L A. jl--. 4 $644.77; clvilans, $1,317. At this camp the total aura of $5,624.17 was 1..I.1 fii iho In.trupHnn nf 48 nfllrpra A YEAR;;; "'""' GET r""81 m days. Senator Reed Introduced an amendment late today to provide schools to ARMY Illlili PROVIDES FEDERAL train young men as reserve officers ' PAY FOR MEN' RANKING for the army and navy. Tho secreAltOVK CAPTIANCY. taries of war and navy would bo authorized to divide the country Into from six to 12 districts, each containWashington, April 17. Two more ing a school for the Instruction of provisions designed to strengthen the reservists from 14 to 20 years old. federal status of the national guard Enlistment would be for 10 years, were written In the Senate army bill the first four to be spent In school today. In tho course of adebate en- and tho rest In reserve. livened by charges that federal funds provided tho national guard In past Splendid For Rheumatism. thrown years had been foolishly "I think Chamberlain's Liniment cases embezzled, away and In sonio splendid for tho Senate adopted amendments pro- is Just Mrs1. Dunburgh, 'rheumatism." Eldrldge, N. of the guard writes viding that all oincers by myself nnd above tho rank of captain be paid Y. "It has been used other members of my family time $500. a year by the federal governand time again during the past six ment and that all guardsmen on engiven the best listment bo required to take an oath years and has always of satisfaction." The quick relief to obey orders from the president as Linwell as from the governors of their from pain which Chamberlain's iment offords is alone worth many respective states. everyThe attack on guard ofllcers for times the cost. Obtainable m where, their use of federal funds was made In a speech opposby Senator Borah Southern Inventors. ing the Reed amendment for federal The following patents were Just pay. The Idaho senator declared tho $8,000,000 available annually for issued to Southern clients reported s nf tho ciiard under the Dick by D. Swift & Co., patent lawyers, mtllta law had been "shamefully" Washington, D. C, who will furnish utilized by officers to the exclusion of copies of any patent for ten cents enlisted men and that some oi it uau apiece to our readers Kentucky, Thos. B. Plte, Carter, been "embezzled." and 'self dumping shovel; A. E. Gaugh, Reed, Pomerene Senators others defended the guardsmen and Lexington, Indicating device for auwas tomobiles; C. W. Toung, Louisville, the federal pay amendment locking fasterner for tie cords; N. adopted, 41 to 14. device for reSenator Roach, Louisville, To support his charges cited the annual report of the ceipting bills. Borah I Tennessee, M. L. R. Morrow, Knox-vlll- e, War Department on the expenditure switch stand construction; W. nilllta fund. Among the cases of the M. Fulton, Knoxvllle, radiator cited were: "Camp of Instruction, Alabama, West Virginia, A. B. Knight, Fair1912. Troops In attendance never excess of one regiment; duration mont, apparatus for melt tdges of in 20 days. Amount paid to the mem- glassware; S. C. Melton, Charleston, bers of the staff department of its brake operating mechanism; C. H. state who were not members of the Mead, Otsego, Fire basket; R. E. regiments participating, $2,822.12. price, Falrvlew, chicken house; L.( "Camp of instruction, Deleware, Purpura, Wheeling, hydraulic motor. 1912. Troops in attendance, four Good for Colds. companies. Total payments to offHoney, Pine-Tand Glycerine are To enlisted men, $1,937.81. icers, In Dr. recognized cold remedies. $625.60. these are com"Camp of instruction, Mississippi, Bell's 1912. Enlisted men participating bined with other cough medicine In never were at any time in excess of a pleasant syrup. Dr. Bell's quickly stops your cough, 200. Total payments to officers' staff department, $1,999.45. Duration of checks your cold, soothes Irritation encampment, 20 days. Total funds of the throat. Excellent for young, disbursed in maintenance during the adult and aged. Its one of the best latter, Including pay of rifle team in cough syrups made. Formula on every bottle. You know Just what 1911, was $12,669.28 of which was paid to officers and $489.-3- 9 you are taking and your doctor to enlisted men. At camp of in- knows Its good for coughs and colds. struction in 1912 the total pay of Insist on Dr. Bell's 2 officers was $3,317.47; enlisted men, Only 25c, at druggists. GUARD OFFICERS TO NEWSPAPER GIVES DEATH OF WASHINGTON COPY OF ULSTER COUXTY GAZETTE HIGHLY PRIZED UY SCOTT8VILLE MAX. $500 " ' I ar Pine-Tar-Hon- $9,-881.- 28 Scottsvllle, Ky., April 15. Ben A. Downing, a grocer, of this city, has In his posesslon a copy of a newspaper which Is evidently one of tho plontar publications of this country. However, despito Its advanced age, It h In a fair state of perscrvatlon. It U the Ustler County Gazette, published n Ulster county, New York, and bears the date of January 4, 1800, with Daniel Freer & Sons as editors This rudely printed and publishers. nnd designed periodical was made up n pages, and the colof umns are only seventeen Inches lon.j. .Although Georse Washington died several weeks before, this copy carries tho announcement of the patriots demise. There nre also the proceeding!! in Congress and a short address of President John Adams before tho Un'ted States Senate, in which ho ex tolled the many virtues of tho dead warrior. Both Inside pages are arrayed in mourning, with a thirty-si- x point bold-face- d border, and Instead border column rules, ri twenty-poiis used. These pages are devoted to expressing public communications, sorrow and grief at the death of the Father of His Country. In the advertising, department many peculiar articles may be found for sale. The most striking one is the following: "For Sale Stout, healty negro wench. Anyone inclined to purchase may know particulars by applying to JOHN SHOONMAKER." There are no attorneys or professional callings of any character advertised In its columns. An Interesting article, appearing on the first page, which was more than likely printed several days before the paper was completed, Is by Washington upon retiring to private life, addressed to the "clergy In and around the city of Philadelphia." Taking this copy as a fair sample of "newspapers In those days, It can clearly be seen that no other business in all the world has made such progress as in newspaper work. One could scarcely conceive of a compar-so- n that would be suitable to the vast Improvement of the modefn metropolitan dallies over this ancient sheet "ovory little which was published while." Louisville Times. (our-columnt with this telephone, a few yards of light emergency wlro, and a short piece of heavy wire to make ground connections can cut In nnywhero along the more than 20,000 miles of Forest Servlco telephono lines and get in touch with the headquarters of a supervisor or district ranger. To talk, one end of the emergency wiro is thrown over tho telephono line, the two ends aro connected to tho portable lpstrument, nnd tho Instrument is connected to tho ground wire, the end of which must bo thrust Into the damp earth or water. Contact with the lino wire Is made possible by removal of tho Insulation from a few Inches of tho emergency wire. The Adams instrument does not ring tho bell of the receiving telephone, but instead causes a screeching sound from a small megaphone-shape- d apparatus descriptively known as a "howler." This Instrument is Installed at tho ranger station telephono and Is said to glvo effecttvo notice that some one is on the wire. If the field man needs to talk with some one elsewhere on tho line, tho ranger station instrument can be used to ring up the person wanted, when the conversation can be carried, on. Forest officers say that theso port able phones aro especially valuable In reporting fires and other emergencies with tho least possible delay, and also In sending Instructions to field men and keeping the district rangers Informed as to the progress of work going on in the Held, thus supplementing tho regular telephone sets installed at lookout points, ranger stations, and convenient intervals along Forest Service roads and trails. s Children Cry for Fltchr's ;vsi Tho Kind You Havo Always Bonght, nnd which lins been in uso ior over ISO years, 11ns uornotlio signattiro of ana lins been ninuo nnucr ins sonnl supervision Blnco Its Infancy. CCCCA444, Allow no ono to dccelvo you In this- All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd " " nro but Experiments that trlflo with nnd endanger tho health of Iufunts nnd Children Experience against Experiment, pcr-rJitfj--& Just-ns-good substitute for Castor Oil. Pare gorlc, Drops nnd Soothing Syrnps. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Knrcotlo substance. Its ngo is its guarantee It destroys Worms nnd nllays FcTcrlshncss- - For moro than thirty years It Las been in constant uao for tho relief of Constipation, Flnttilcncy, "Wind Colic, nil Teething Troubles nnd Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep, Tho Children's Panacea Tho mother's Friend, What, is CASTOR I A Cnstorla is n harmless i GENUINE CASTOR IA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS -- In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THSt CKNTAUW w - Should Xot Feel Discouraged. So many people troubled with Indigestion and constipation have been benefitted by taking Chamberlain's Tablets that no one should feel discouraged who has not given them a trial. They contain no pepsin or digestlvo other ferments but strengthen the stomach and enable It to perform its functions naturally. Obtainable everywhere m AVIATOR DROPS BOMBS OX NATIONAL CAPITAL COMPANY. NUW VORK CITY. Starck Pianos No Money InAdVanoe Satisfaction Guar LovreatNeft y. NOTICE-SPECI- AL ROAD BOND ELECTION J- DRED THOUSAND ($300,000) DOLLARS in bonds of the County for the purpose of building road and bridges. The polls will be opened and closed at the samo times und said election conducted in the same manner as other general elections and by those election officers who conducted tho regular November election in 1915. piven under my hand this 8th day of April 1916. S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff of Ohio County. It comes every Wednesday and Saturday, (16 pages u French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. week or more), and is Send us your Garments and Have in every regard. TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY KENTUCKY: Washington, April 18. A portable Them Pursuant to tho abovo order there will bo 'an election hold at tho various telephone, made of aluminum 'and MesTry the Twice-a-Wee- k CLEANED CLEAN places of voting in Ohio County, on tho 20th day of May, 1916, for the pur- weighing 2& pounds, the Invontlou pose of taking tho senso of the legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, on of a Forest officer, R. B. Adams rof senger for a year in connecPackages called (or and delivered. tho question as to whether or n,ot they aro In favor of issuing THREE HUN- Missolula, Montana, will be part of tion with the Hartford Repub. TWO-AXD-A up-to-da- ORDERS OHIO COUNTY COURT, Regular Term, 6th day of March, 1916. Hon. Jno. B. Wilson, J. O. C. C, Presiding. 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 6th day of March, 1916, filed their petition in this Court asking that an election be held In Ohio County, Kentucky, for the purpose of voting on the question of Issuing THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND ($300,000) DOLLARS Her Neglectful Parents. of bonds of Ohio County for the purpose of building roads and bridges in She was very young, very pretty said County and asking that the Court enter an order directing the Sheriff to hold an election for said purpose on the 20th, day of May, 1916, and the and had been engaged less than 4S Court having examined said Petition and the signatures thereto, and the hours. "Mamma," she said, softly. "Harry purpose thereof, and being advised sustains said petition, and NOW ORDERS that au election be held In Ohio County, Kentucky, and is Just perfectly wonderful." "Yes, Muriel," replied her mother, in each of the regular established and existing voting precincts thereof on the 20th day of May lfllC, same being more than sixty days after the filing understanding. "Yes, he is! Why you and papa of the petition and the entering of this order, for the purpose of taking the sense of tho legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, as to whether or not have known me known mo all my they are In favor of Issuing THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND ($300,000) life and never noticed it!" "Never noticed what, dear?" DOLLARS of bonds of Ohio County for the purpose of procuring funds for "Why, Harry kept looking to my the building of roads and bridges In said County, The Sheriff of Ohio County Is ordered and directed to conduct said elec- eyes last evening, and every tlmo ho tion, and ho Is further directed to advertise same and the objects thereof looked Into them ho whispered to for at least thirty days before the date thereof In each of following news- me that each one was Just a little bit papers published In Ohio County, Kentucky, viz; Hartford Republican, bluer than tho other!" Judge. and Hartford Herald, they being all tho newspapers published In Ohio Tlio Aches of House Cleaning. County, and he shall also advertise samo by printed hand bills posted up at The pain and soreness caused by not less than four public places In each voting precinct In tho County and and straining at the front door of tho Court House In Hartford, Kentucky, samo to be bruises, during housccleanlng tlmo aro soothposted not less than thirty days before the date of said election. No Said Sheriff will submit to the voters of the County at said election the ed away by Sloan's Liniment. need to suffer this agony. Just apfollowing question; ply Sloan's Liniment to the soro spots "ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF ISSUING THREE HUNDRED THOUrub only a littlo. In a short tlmo the SAND ($300,000) DOLLARS IN BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF pain leaves, you rest comfortably and BUILDING ROADS AND BRIDGES?" enjoy a refreshing sleep. Ono gratei Said ballots will bo prepared as Is provided for In General Election law, ful user writes: "Sloan's Liniment la worth its weight In gold." Keep a Section 1459 of Kentucky Statutes. Tho election heroin provided for shall bo conducted by thos.o elocttdh bottle on hand, use it against all Soreness, Neuralgia and Bruises. ofllcers who conducted tho regular November 1915 election. Kills pain. 25c at your druggist. 2 JOHN B. WILSON, J. O. C. C. A True Copy Attest: RANGERS CARRY W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Clerk of Ohio County Court. , HALF POUND TELEPHONE ; , over-exerti- ; Watch Child's Cough. Colds, running of nose, continued Irritation of the mucous membrane if neglected may mean cattarrh later. Don't take the chances da something for your child! Children will not take every medicine, but ;hey "111 take Dr. King's New Discovery and wunoui Driuing ana teasing, its a sweet pleasant Tar Syrup and so effective. Just laxative enough to eliminate the waste poisons. Almost the first dose helps. Always prepar ed, no mixing or fussing. Just ask your druggist for Dr. King's New Discovery. It will safeguard your rechild against serious ailments 2 sulting from colds. Washington, April 15. "My purpose In making tonight's raids over the resldental, business and national buildings sections of Washington was to- - employ the most effecttvo method of Impressing officials and members of Congress and Senato how absolutely at the mercy of hostile aircraft are the great cities of our country. I could have blown tho White Houso and" capital off the map had I been armed with the most deadly explosives Instead of fireworks bombs timed to explode 1,000 feet in the air. My next raid will be far more spectacular than that of tonight and will bo unannounced. "I will visit your city under the cover of darkness before I finish my campaign of acceleration of sentiment for preparedness. From the view point of the spectacular, my raid will bo tho nearest to, a genuine Zeppelin demonstration that will bo witnessed In tlmo of peace. My trip is being financed by a group of wealthy men who are sincere In their efforts to arouse the citizens of the entire country to the need for aerial preparedness. Is our whole country we have tt not ono gun with which to combat the aerial enemy. "DELLOYD THOMPSON." anti-alrcrc- steed' Fa'ct ory Priooa Tarraa Batieii A P. A. TAHCK 'aiSlOtNT ssooFacFrom Saving of SlOO to tory Direct IN YOUR OWN HOME you ft beautiful Starck Piano for SO days' free trial, In your o win equlrsd. !?S??.. .2icnh Payment days. If. All we oak la that you will play upon, uso piano for 30 you do not find It tha at the end of highest grade, sweetest toned and finest piano In that time, every way. that you have seen for the money, you are at perfect liberty to send It back, and we will. In ever that event, pay the frolght both ways. This Starck Piano must make good with you. We ship direct to you from our fictory, 30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL amp $150.00 Sm tr Mert it Easy Paymints Tou pay no cash down, but alter 20 dayt of trial, jou can begin payment on the low. est, easiest terms ertr suggested by a piano manufacturer. These terms are arranged to ult your convenience, ant It Is possible for you to buy a pinna for your home, without nlsslrg ths mraey. , , price, thit tare you upnard of 8160.00 lr Jia cote oi your piano, we guarantee to turulib ycu Deitcr piano ior tiie money man yoil can secure elirwhrre. You ire assured el receiving utlibctory rrect toned durable high grade piano. Erery 8Urck Piano It guaranteed for 25 jura. Thit guarantee hu back of It our Si years of piano experience, ami the reputation of an responsible piano bouse. aiaTOK 2iul- - Hand largalnt 60 Fri Music Lisstns W bare conktantljr on hand a targe number of (lightly used' planoi of aU and second-hanstandard makes taken In exchange for new Btarclc Pianos aod Pliytr-PlanoThe following are a few sample bargains i Weber Steinway Chickering Kimball f 110.00 82.00 90.03 95.00 199.00 Starck I'Urer-l'ianart the bet and moil beautiful Player pianos on cos market. You will be delighted with the many exclusive featurca of thrid wonderful Instruments, and V will be pleased with tbtM very low prices at whlclr I they can be secured, -- . CASXORIA WILL FILL A WANT! Since the suspension of the Weekly Courier-Journa-l, there has been quite a demand for a weekly Kentucky newspaper that gives all the more important state hews, as well as the general news, crisp editorials, good stories, timely cartoons and illustrations, There is no such excellent paper as the Louisville Twice-a-Wee- Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S P. A. STARCK PIANO CO., To erery purchaser of Starck Piano., we give lrc music lessons, in one of the beat known schools In Chicago. These lessuns you can take la your own home, by malL This represents one year's free Instruction. Piano Starck Send for our latest complete second band bargain list. 1343 Starck Bldft.. CHICAGO Send today for our new beautifully illustrated piano book tthlch gives you a laree amount of Informix Hon regarding pianos. This hook win interest ana please you. Write todar. Is.k Fraa f 'I ' tH THOS. E. MOSSi Plasterer, Decorator and Contractor. Lifetime.experienco with best of workmen, and can . give any reference desired. Call me on Hartford "Mill Co., 'plione, or address me at Hartford, Ky. a k We Knock the Spots Out of Things (Edited by Owensboro Messenger Uroy" Woodson.) Ladies' and Men's Garments te Inn. Flfty-Hv- o t; LesPlc-- typewriters. sons explained by Moving turo machine. Seven big i partments De- the regular equipment of patrolmen on tho Nation Forests tho coming field season. This Instrument is regarded as a great Improvement over the set formerly used, which weighed ten pounds. It la said that a field man equipped THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB Iican. A. Iva Nail, Prop, Both papers, one year for HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. $t.So. All clubbing: subscriptions should be addressed to Subscribe for The ILtrtford Repub. Republican, Hartford, Ky. Ucab f 1.0,0 per yew. keeping, Telegraphy, Stenotypy, UubIi, Primary Normal. Expert teachers. Modern equipment. Position assured. Wrlto for catalogue. Shorthand, Book- Daviess Co. Bus. College! incorporated OWENSBORO, KY. . h M VL H L LLLLLI LLLn LLLLLk LLH bLLLLI I Is The Poor Parmer's Fortune and The Rich Parmer's Protection A. J., ;; ' in Soil Fertility can be accomplished by Hog and cattle raising. i FEEDING THE HOGS OF DAVIESS COUNTY Our . YOW&t v VM'" - !. $' '4.. w r-- r "J V ... One barrel of i i i' " . Liquid Stock Feed liquid Feed Stock from a feeding value stand equals Produces Pork at 3 Cents point $1.07 worth pf corn. Write us for particulars on a Pound This picture was taken at the It iuld feed station at the Glenmore Distilleries plant east of Owfcnsboro at 10 a. m. April 1. The wagons" shown the foreground were those that were waiting to be filled with distillers liquid feed at the time.- - Many others had goae before them and the stream of feed wagons continued throughout the day, 1,250 barrels of feed being sold during the day. This is about an average dally sale. In tank car lots. Twelve huge feed tanks of 130 bbls. capacity each, supply farmers .of Western Kentucky on the L H. & St L, from Henderson to Louisville Feed Hogs and Ohio County Will Grow! Daviess County's Leading Industry Only in It's Infancy i 3 ' t . V r 4 1 5 There is too little of diversification If hogs in delit, . feed lit- in in investment Farming Interest Ohio tle, profits big and re- County. : Feed . turns are quick and sure. I hogs! . A u tiiciurts snows a mier 01 neauny young pigs and sow, prize winners. The sow was nourished on dtatlllora' liquid stock feed, bought at the Qlenmora distilleries, Owensboro, Ky. iW-i! . r rv . . . The present high grade of our distiller's liquid feed will be maintained throughout our season. Write for prices now. Glenmore Distilleries Company. incofipo:f.a.t.eje U i OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY. MM7m . UclJoJ, XV ' nw '- - .'""-- . ffe' .''.' IttJMtJai. - jmt jfAtliSiijv 4fMfe'''Jgifc''1tl. t: a .' "YOU CAN BUY IT FOR LESS AT VINSON'S EASTER MILLINERY A M ;; :; county. They all know they get more for their money here. They any other The above expression is perhaps heard more' than we do it? in Ohio We have no expensive delivery or losses on slow accounts, or still worse, How can can 'tall come but they all admit the truth. who pays must help make it alj up. Don't do it come to us where your dollar will have more. man some that are never paid; and then, theyour money? cents. Where will ypu get as much for ar T And Odd MEN'S AND BOYS SUITS Al and prices that will save you to $5.0q on a Suit or 00c to $1.00 on a Pant. Just about $2.50 SPRING DRESS GOODS Everything you Jituy want from n 5c Linvn up. We arc no6 charging ypu ft cent ridvnnco on tliOso goods, but they nro higher "" and you know it. d Mr new slewing fojj Children, Misses ami Ladles. '" fcver' Hnt. you money fall to see these pretty lints. We savo Every one new and Intest styic. Don't rants. Our lino Is WORK SHOES You may safely OXFORDS American Gentleman, $4.00 Oxfords style and color, For everybody ami every wonted n flRurc to save 50c to 91.00 pair. .$2.08 That Rood $2.50 Elk Skin Work Shoe Rlnck or Tan that wo sell for $1.08 Is n corker Or a Mule Skin Shoe for $1.50 Is a mighty good deal, the way Shoes nro going up. Maybe yon had better get a pair. WHAT DO YOU SAY ABOUT THESE? Heavy Itluc Overalls Rest Pull-cu- t J j 8e Work Shirts He 50c Good Work I'nntfl SUITS, SKIRTS AND WAISTS prettier lino, was never put out. ., Regular $1.00 Waists Regular $2.00 Waists Wash Skirt, 08c up to A X w .... .f, i .v . . 00c J. T. VINSOIT TRUTHS CONCERNING THE & SOW Regular $1.25 Work Pants fast-colo- .08c .$1.48 .$1.08 BEAVER DAM. KY. "The place where your dollar buys most." r' Calico for 5c. We Wo will still sell you some genuine more than 50 pieces of this and If you want any, the word haven't Is "quick action," ,, ttm what vthey MMV want and are not dealing quanitles, neither is In unknown there likely to be any planks broken as were your own one term and free tolls promises. IhhtWWiMtmHmH of Shelbyvllle, as campaign chairman. the benefits of good roads, rather HARRISON COUNTY Ludlow Petty is ono of the most conthan a few people get the benefit servative, level headed and resourceyear by year under the piecemeal COW ADOPTS LAMBS ful politicians In Kentucky, ami as ROAD BOND ISSUE system. campaign chairman will command 2. Because by construction of a the respect and confidence ot tho large mileage at one time the cost materially reduc- - MOTHERLESS ANIMALS ACCEPT party throughout tho state. y OF of construction is JJartford Republican. garttort. Kj.. a. Po.tofMc. finttMil according to law at the cond mall matter ot the i. V WE SUBMIT TO THE VOTERS STRAIXED RELATIOXS. I ed. SITUATION AND SEE.M OHIO COUNTY THESE FACTS We are again In strained relations The ilquor people don't care who 3. Because the burden of payment ' WELL PLEASED. FOR'COXSIDERATIOX. one or the with Germany and unless writes Kentucky's songs If Stanley over a long is by this to other of the two countries conceeds makes It's laws. J Address all communications period ot years, and the people of ail ! practically all a break is almost sure .Hartford Republican. The the county will bo getting the use of Ky., April 17. J. W. Cynthiana, To The Voters of Ohio Couirty to come. If It bo America, America's Robert Bacon, Roosevelt's devotee, the rnnris whlln navincr for them. prestige is shatered. We have had ..Itjs.proposed to issue $300,000 of . 1 n.wt..i ,ln in. thA nAnnla ArA Whitaker, who lives on his farm near brings the colonel .and senator Root NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. , county, has a cow that 7""'"-rOddville, this Dew some" hard knocks In the last two bonds and 'with this money build the unconsc ously- - and together at a dinner and forthwith atieriber desiring the paper eenttca the years Diplomatically we have noth- roads from the county seat(Hart-ford- ) for bad roads Is many times .V. tax- is possessed of motherly Instincts gives out an interview endorsing Root ddrei meet gUe the old addreee In making the ideveloped than - those of fully to each county line, thus com- necessary to take-car- e president. Pes this mean Rooseand 5c ing to be proud of, we have our Mexof a system of ,'more UwtaeM Locale and Notice 10c rer line any ordinary bovine. On tho place for system. good be ashamed of. We pleting the ! ican relations nrh additional Insertion. roads., ifc. . - -- . n..tnr velt is for Roof? Tf ;nv ,;.--' nrn n number of motherless lambs. 'OWtnarlee, Resolution and Card ot ThinttlW have'made a few late starts at doing IUsestimated that this will mean the . I . . -.' Pay Does It mtie fellows bereaved through no Mr Use. money In advance. things but have ceased our efforts be- building of about 75 miles to the Muhlenburg Republican Todd and Cbarch Notices for 'services free, tart other One county in the South spent ; fault of their own, thrown upon tho " fore anything could be accomplished. seyen adjoining counties.- JUiWr- county committees have endorsed J. idrertleemente, Dc per line. $100,000 in five years In building per charity of a, cold world by ,tho death laughed at, scoffed and State. Aid. " Anonymous communications will receive Tio We, have, been Frank Taylor for Congress in the two years 0f their mothers. Tho cow looked defied by even the lower type of i Under tho present law tbieTcounty manent roads1;and within Mention after the road Improvement began, with pitying eye on the sad plight of third district. The threatened fight Greaser. can issue its bonds, build $300,000 increased these llttlo fellows, and her kindly upon the Glasgow, statesman seems to Even the most "sissy" school chap worth of roads under state supervi the tonnage over the roads SZIiSPBOITSS. aboomlng. - ..133 pie sometimes takes a stand and about 45 per cent, while the dairy heart was touched. The lambs were have died CjLaaaabjriGkaa.3 tnt o,.r-- i jr. j sion, an1 the state will return to ' .. C9 140 adopte'd, Z&CviiAkX.... Increased 2P4Lnacis-S- 3 scratches his teasers. The adminis- the county Us proportionate part of and poultry products With tho proxies from their distration has told the Kaiser Just "What tho State Aid Fund each year until per cent. If this could happen inl The cow suckles them regularly or tricts congressmen Langley and Powcounty' why not ln 0n, f Irregularly as their infantile fancy FRIDAY, APRIL 21. he must do. This has been done be- one-ha- lf (150,000) Is paid back. Now , , ers attended tho Republican stato fore but Germany's promises have the county canuse this money ff6m central committeo meeting in LouisIn another county ill 6'iie year after i crtles andlprlvlleges'than any of her wind. Will the State in paying prlnqlpal and In amounted to so much ville last week and crimped a crimp ANNOUNCEMENTS. or terest on the bonds;or the county can the building of ro&ds with a $150,- - own progeny were ever accorded. Tho ln Germany again make promises the Falrbank'a boom. ordinary will refuse? The former prob take care of Ihe bonds Independently 000 bond Issue, the value of products jambs are suckled' he X' We are authorized to announce ably she, farm In- - way when ,t 8ulu their lordly plcas- means little; tne lauer, u we and use the money fronTtife State 8old from Held, dairy and Wo have It from very close, to Col. SPURRIER, of Grayson county, TOM creaseu, i per wuym greatest aeiignt is to follow rnndldateiforCongresa; from the- (.nations; the. precedent of honorable each vpar in the huiidineof new while thedalry and poultry products tUre, hut tneir cow lying Roosevelt himself that ho Is deeply catch mother under the aneans the severance of di roads or ln malntalnance. The counFourth District, subject to the action plomatic relations, which means war. Increased over 100 per cent ln value. shade of a tree placidly chewing her concerned about his place In history, buildof the Republican primary, Saturday, "But war, with all Its horrors is pre- ty thus has the opportunity of In five years after Ohio county cud. That js.a signal for a great and will never again depart from the ing $300,000 worth of roads for . August 5, 1918. completes a system of roads, the frolic. They frisk and gambol, kick beaten path. prldeless nation If by $150,000 of its own money. ferable to a products will lncresae up their heels, Jump over their adoptlvalue of her menngof war we may be enabled to Can We Afford It? YedUrday it was Maurice Galvin, j Just as surely as It has happened ed mother., stand on her sides, try to fishermen should be thank- place it on ls"4ormer pedestal of ac- Local Considering the benefits that Qretti Garrett and Bill Cochran; to- eisewhere walk up heV neck, ba-- a in her car they don't have to pay a tax esteem and ..respect. - Ms? ? day It is John Langley, Caleb Powers: ful crue cy reason pi gooa roaas, wo can -r DR. J. 0. MckfNNEY, and pay no more attention to hfcr -- -' If It COmes' to the worst 'we "may afford to do it. nfr If we consider and J. Frank Taylor. A midwinter in water dogi. . S. 0 KEOWN, i soft remonstrances than if they had "' satisfy ourselves by confiscating the this bond Issue as a debt, it is not ,. "'" never been made, stopping only long convention did It, . . O. H. TAYLOR, ( ' 4 Jt has been decided by a Kentucky millions of dollars worth of propel ty heavy, it is less man & per cent a; A. G. PORTER, enough how and then to take court that a mule has a perfect right beknji'ng to Geimany now in this the taxable , value of th ' prop- -, The tireKTit reading ot the Stars n nln nt tVlft l&dt S3 thnv crn Viv anil DR. C. DeWEESE, On the other hand we. by .to kick, which might be taken as a country. indicate . royal battlo two years' erty of this county; ' and the taxR. B. MARTIN, enjoying tne ipftH Immensely. n i?et'rr'ti of dip omatlc relat'.ona victory for the pessimist, Value Is hardly one half of the ( tor the Republican nomination M. M. BARDWELL, xaUh Oprtnanv. , would it is beVleVed that with the absorp-li6-n lichee alien OUr- - able . . ,.. wiv.a for United States Senator, between real value. The assessed value of v- W. S. TINSLEY, ,. Mv, u,. wrtArt. aiiia Issue carries in way bond 1 iha .w of So much cow's milk at this . ' ani.HKKt A.... r . . .W- -.W.-per ac.vv.i rt trtey would expoct us mu do r&.m liinrlo aVApnffoQ Ipoa thnn S9-' ner I GUY STATELErt, ' early period ln their Uvea the lambs Edwin P. Morrow, and John f. Langto an ally the farmers will pay 6nly a small ley. acre. In other words it is auout tne ". w . ROWA HbliBUObK. corporaare likely to becomo imbued with cent of the indebtedness, ur .Jt, same as a man worth $1,000, con- T. Hf BLAJri. many ot the instincts and charnctcrls- tions and people ljvjng in the towns, lilt people of the United State ."e trading & debt of $45, or a man JT It looks like Hughes) It may,b tlcs'Of tho cow, and It would hot bo 'i"' not want war. They abhor it. But worth $10,000, making a debt 'ot i will pay the remainder. guess n Roosovolt, but We Notice tft Creditors. surprising to find them ftfler a whllo , will be neither of Venture a if the worst comes wo must lay aside $4&0, The advantage Is with the I fTK VfoUmfv. npnrmlt Hunk hnvlnz them. ... - our Detty political grievances and cOUhty, fall into tho habit ot chewing gum, Villa was aeciarea ucuu however, because tho, STATS been ,arfd . the nands of the Dank. IHnblncv nvoi rhlllflnff atnnla nml Irv. y.-,tWo should be PAYS f wl feared that his body was sok , , it " F OF HE pEBT. y lng Cowm,sslon of Kentucky all pat-- - Inir in hnnlf tlln mllkmnliln. Thn onlv i It la reported that tho Beckfiam- ... jw... ....- pmmnosed that recognition woum hlViinfe out shlDa and ammunition W B How About Taxes. ron8 havlng,fclalms against said bank parallel lo this romarkablo cowlamh "a,e5P'ttt? rlght now for If we becom e'ngaged be difficult. What manner ui ui of thla obligation (nc in liquidation) are. notified to alliance U that related a couple of P,.?ty To take care a"? many Uvttt They hang in a gigantic struggle and lose the will require addltlbnal taxation. Just present same, properly proven, to tho years ago Is this that has so by former Am&sor. John o'tcr In indemlty tax forced upon ub will say, but IT CAN undersigned at McHenry, Ky., on or ktitrlpa vhnan lamh VaB twlnntrwl nnA vember build upon tho shattered BeadHufels 6aV Wilson feels that make roa'd and preparedness' levies how much we cannot ru In expedition NOT EXCEED 20 CENTS ON THE before the 5th day ot July, .16 1 feared by a fS&ts hound, and the purpose of the seem "a "most pleasant favor. BROWN, ot "p'o'll 4t4 How L. C, HUNDRED, and no. Increase through assocwlion with her pups .Mexico has been accomplished. r r. The ono great nWsd ot the Republic Special Deputy Banking Com'r. tax Xvhatever. What does thlaniean? i fall to comprebecame, suoh h gay young thing, chas-- 1 that can be true wecapture the slaycan party in Kentucky Is newspapers; Sawing Wood With Papers lng rabbits and foxes and staying out It tn'elins 'that the average attfbunt ot i were to hend. We ViYg'hts that Mr. InglcB decided There are iift than forty Republlcari Centrlfucal force is the active VAxe bn owners of farm lands in.1 L, & N Special. dead or late er .of helpless Americans newspapi In "the Btato and none of! Interesting p"tienom $1,43 The L, & N, Railroad Co. .wl'll run th&e was .nothing to do but put, the sta'te'wtde alive, but we have capWred Villa agent In somekeeping, a bicycle up Ohio county could not exceed circulation. ena, suchas each. little rascal ln a reform school, and a special tttrtn Providence t neither dead nor alive. m right, causing a top to return to a - -!-- " Xy on April 29th, next, oh bo sold him to James D. Evans. Where Docs tkfellurden Fall? Egga For natchiBg, , wisest steps ever taken certain position after being dlsttfrbr-edgood follftwift'g Schedule: Louisville Times. One of the The greatest benefit ,from S.-- C. Black Mlnorcas, NoHhUD was the and giving, y a soft Iron disc the roads Is derived by the. farming pop- Lv. doorman, 1:09, p. m. rate,l75, fcy the Ohio fiscal Court I Strain pens, headed by bltf classy DEADS ODDLY STRUNG. employment ot a farm demonstrator rotary tension that enables U4 to, cttt ulation, yet ,nthem the burden falls Lv Cetert0wn, 1:25, p. m. rat .75 cockerels from Tennessee1, mated to (By J. H. Thomas.). real value of our demonstrator through heavy armor plate. A disc tho lightest. The assessment for L. :atrd'rd, 1:45, p.m. rate 1.50 The my choice hens and pallets. acof cardboard revolved rapidly In a 191C shows the following: ,cau hardly be estimated and his SuftUydalo, 2:00, p.m. rate 1.J0 choice cocks mated Magazine, say's the TJWno-crat- lc no one Chairman. Hager lathe, says the Industrial 2:10, p. in. rate 1.50 tivities are confined to Total assessed value of ajl proper- L"v. Dundee, best hens and pullets, not akin. s(aj'e'cphvehtioh"w'Ill 'be'a mar-yot Ohio county behaves llko sheet metal.r A - of , The farmers Assessed value ty $7,185,331. Arrive Bllmltch, 2:30, Js m. Both breeds heavy wfnter layers. of harmony. With thb cards Eggs need uch a man to advise with themn ot German experiments stages that railroads,, bank's and other corpora ATrlve. Louisville, 6:80, p.m. from either or both breeds $1.00 will-iJRe'turnlng, Jeavea lettilsvllle, 7.:Q0, stacked pefhaps It will, 'but 'It will be per 16, $3.00 for 60. Castrating and the people of tfie towns are for- the cardboard can no longer be bent, tions $2,486,264. Assessed value M and are emits farming lands $2,943,511. Assaaei p. m., April 30th. such .a' harmony as one might wjsh and If struck with a hammer It to help pay the'blll. Wo other veterinary work carefully done. , his enemies. having a man that Is most a sound llko that from oronze. property tunate in . value town lots and other ' '. L. T. BARNARD, juppy when aiding the ttuer oi iuu PoulUT "Wanted. Jl.755.556. 40t6 Hartford, Ky R. 4.' War will contlnuo to attend upon though thb must keep him. NO CREEK oll nd we Will, pay ihetolilowtng Cosh prices These figures, show tha diBreaking Plows, Vulcan Chilled, delivered !at .poultry car at Duudon, the disputes of nations but Germany April 20. Rev. Harper preached farming population .benefits more Is inThe popularity of Roosevelt Chic- at Washington last Sunday. Monday. April 24th, and at Is making tho last stand ot militar- Blue Bird and New Ground Plows at rectly from good roads than any K creasing and his nomination at ism. reduced, prices. Messrs Eddlo and Hez ward som other class of people,, tbey.ay.Tpxea Hartford 'Tdosday April, 25th and, ago would bo no great surprise. A some valuable mules last Friday. on less than ot '2eth. S W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ret Is tho weat, vacllatlng foreign polocal Republican who has Just Hens 14"Vi cents. Cocks '9 cents. tho property. Of thla tho State pays the Consideration $250 and one $170. cents, licy of Mr. Wilson destined to raise turned from tho West confirms so the farming population Turkeys 'IS cents. Ducks 14 For Sale. Miss Sophia Ward visited Mrs. one-hal- f, Roosevelt again to 1915 Model Runabout Saxon. Alreport that that section favors the 'cents.' Guineas 25 cents the Iron-willFriday uht'fl Sun- gets the greater use ot the roads, geege president has Murle Lake from i most tho presidency? Colonel. Tho former as good as new. Now tires.. and all the accruing benefits there- - eaon. I for day. come forth with what ho. standsmin-ute- B Will trade for good horse and bu-gRial from, and pays only three fourteenths will pay more on loading day it Misses Irene Ward and Dena very few However wise and salutary the gy. and it took him but a DON H. TICHENOR, ... market Justifies. Please tell your Wednesday for Louisville to at- of tho cost. laws of.i.state good, government Is to tell it. We've been trying tor left la not meant that everybody 'tfelhhors. will return Hartford, Ky. . It tend the K. E. A. and Wilson possible only when the people elect , four years to learn what O. T. does not benefit from good Toads. Sunday. capable, honest and tearless officers. I AGENTS WANTED. are and from all present Indica- home Forest Hudson visited Mr. The benefits' are to every class of Hartford, Ky. Mr. i We manufacture a very hseful ar-- we will bo Just as far from U tion! Kurkendall last Saturday citizen, but most directly and, tar office Harrison Will this bo our second entry Into tide used by every housekeeper and' when the President goes out of con- and Sunday. mediately to the farmer. v Notice To Housekeepers. Mexico only to march up the hill and Is a saving proposition to the farm-- we are now. A Democratic Why A Bond Issue? at Mr. W. G. Ward Is very sick.. that the er. We could use. 5 or 6 good agents' remarks Buy 'Ellis Milling Coa Blue Rib then march down again? temporary It Is better to raise the m'ohe'y for We are sorry to hear ot ourold have will ' 'in the county. Write for full Pi-- Republican party bon. Flour. Every sack contains a upon neighbor Mr. Will Stevens getting the complete system and issue bonds coup'on'wblch entitles you to a piece ' ,f Events will Justify the wisdom of tlculars. . . the Roosevelt policies thrustthe all ot his household goods destroyed tor the following reasons: It will nominate or tne of Aluminum Ware at Wholesale the Republican stale central com- - Fordsvllle Broom' C6., it because 1. Because the people by fire. Mr. Stevens now Uvea near Now, It the' people want mlttee's selection of Ludlow f, Petty, ita .Fordsyllle, .Ky. ' whole county will Immediately realize price. OwenBboro." jlopaevelt and his policies they know Editor ALLISON J. BARXETT W. S. TIXSLEY,. .Business Manager 5'r .,. .M ,?"" " lnter-county-se- at v ' - ---- -- 5 an-oth- ln-t- 'f ?Vl '-- '. ..si,! pat m ,. , f- . .. J ,.... . t0 V- T- b-- -i S ONE-HAL- ' 1 J'1T""' 'V'fM r?L , -- eec-tlo- tu l. White-Wyaqdotte- to-m- y e) THREE-SEVENTH- : f ed po-Jlc- le 4t . JUPI v3 ivfwma twxrjMni iVia,Winm ii ,1 ii inniiii tin . HkMHMMUtM MM 12 K V ' t . f- - : - V," ' "'. I. " I ?.'.; ; . y 1 ''..-5- - , ' -- 9- Thoso who have failed to turn pledges PROMINENT CITIZEN In, pleaso mall them at 6nco to H. M. l'lrtlo for Deavor Dam and Hartford, and to Alvln Ross for Ccntorton. ATTEMPTS SUICIDE Every party that has poultry pooled e r- pleaso mall the numbor of head'to r.llw. H. M. Plrtlo, Hartford, Ky 6r Alvln ILIRVI3 WILIAM.3 FOUND HANG-INRoss, Ccntortown, so wo can .make an IX HARK CONDITION t!8tlmato as to how much car 'spuco CHlTICAIi. I jvo will need, , As the- market outlook now appears favorablo W. E. Ellis & Dro. will pay Mr. J. H. Williams, who lives near pooled prices for all poultry brought Taylor Mines, was found swinging In s to tho cars. his barn Monday morning by his Pledges will not give us any estidaughter. She Immediately screamed mate as to how much poultry thcro for"! assistance and the would-b- e suiwilt be on thin last delivery, as a & great deal has been delivered. So ! cide, was cut down and doctors sum- t wo any "" insist thatvery party will' mall J v,jfVijr 4lllllUUgll III tho number ot head to tho names ..U(. v .w. Il(n a seemingly hopeless condition life mentioned above, Y! was found to exist and after many Don't forget tho dates and bring. your poultry, as this will be the last hours of constant attention he was slightly relieved. Reports received opportunity to take advantage of tho hero .yesterday state that Mr. Will-lapooled prices. has contracted pneumonia and ? Call on W, E. Ellis & Dro. next that there is practically no hope for Monday afternoon to get what coops his recovery. -you may need. ' Mr. Williams formerly served as Our L. N. ROBERTSON, Mgr., magistrate from his district and la M. PIRTLE, Sec'y. H. now one. off .the most prominent men In J American Society of Equity. the county. Ho had been in bad & Wear health for several months and it Is J c Guaranteed Satisfaction. believed that temporary Insanity re V A Hartford druggist recently sold sulted, which partly explains the c a customer a bottle of patent medl-c'ln- o rash act. Friends here are much conguaranteeing the drug to give cerned over tho condition of Mr. ? entire satisfaction. The customer "Williams. 1 returned in about two weeks and tho following conversation, took place: Restaurant Changes Hands. J SPECIAL us Customer "This medicine didn't I have bought the Stag Restaurant J give satisfaction and under your row. A. Petty nntl .v'll continue Hie we may show , ypu .'; ;, ; SALE, guarantee I want my money back." business at the same stand adding Druggist "Why, what's the trou- new fixtures from time to time as in t ble? Did you take the medicine ac- your patronage Justifies. Drop In for cording to instructions?" a. lunch occasionally and try one of ft. ( Customer "Yes." our .hot or cold meals, Good sideline Druggist '"Arc you satisfied you of soft drinks, fruits, .cigars and tojlld?" bacco. t ,'jijtt. j""" ' Customer "Yes." " DONTICHENOR. Druggist "Now, are you entirely satisfied that you took that medicine HARTFORD PRESSING CLUB. Come a6cording to directions?" - ' Plntlioa nlonriprl ntlfl nrpHAPflf- - Re CuBtomer-r,lAbsolute- iy." J PAYS TO arid pairing., satisfaction guaranteed. Druggist "Then you got entire Work called for and delivered. Shop WITH A HOUSE THAT TRADE satisfaction and that's what Ifguaran-teed.- " over.Oblo County Bottling Works. . -- n ED. NALL, Prop. YOU MONEY. 42tf. , . SAVES And he turned his attention to & another, custbluQf. J ' Resolutions RespeCfi J f Cromwell Lodge of 892, F. & A. No. AuTnlnlstrator's Notice. M. Cromwell, Ky. . AU persons having claims against Oh April 18th, 1916, the messeng- - , tha estate of B. P. Petty, deceased, er which will eventuaily visit every are hereby notified to present the hom on earth, gave the alarm at the same properly proven to me at. Nar Outer door of our lodge and summon-- , rows, Ky., on or before May 1st, ed Bro. L. D. Taylor to pass from this 1910, or they will bo forever barred. temporal abode here into the great Persons knowing themselves indebt beyond; where there is no more ed to the abovo estate will please see suffering, or sorrow, no more sin, no me and settle at once. tears. L. B. DANIEL, Admr. j more Taylor Joined the Masonic Bro. ReV S. &. Harlan and Mr. Ben He Fraternity in the year 1868. Taylor Vlll be among hose who will Joined the Methodist church in his STRAY STREAKS. atltiid the district Sunday School early.manhpod days, since which, time FRIDAY, APRIL 21. Convention" of the Christian Church been a faithful follower of the at WhltesvillevMonday and Tuesday. admorl-tlo- n lowly Nazerene and by-h(By Fluke McFluke.) J TIME TABLE. After April 1st you will be fined if and example many homes have L., H. & ST. L. R. R. A few people are willing to pay No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. you allow your chickens to run at ttielr way, some pay because they are been made happier. His words of No. 110 duo at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. large. U. S.' Carson has a car load ot forced to, but the majority want it sympathy have cheered sad hearts Also a cat rjf and have given them courage to fight No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch v. 3:40 p.m. the best poultry wire. they pay or don't. . , . 6:35 p.m. American Wire, Fencing for the Aeld whether tho battles of lite with gladness and ! fry. . Ar. Irvlngtoa .. 6:50 p.m. fence. good cheer. 39tf " Lv. Irvlngtoa 'f manager is WhllO the business Therefore be it resolved: That Ar. Loufsvlllo T 7:40 p.m. Mr, At Petty has .sold Ida restau- watching his wife garifen-anthe though 'we miss his ever ready word Lv. Leutsvlllo .. 8:35 a. m. rant on Main street to Mr "Don Tlch-- . No. Hi out fishing, it's asto'ugluas of encouragement and good advice,, . Ar. IfvttJgton ..10:06, a. in. enor, who will continv&Xhe business. editor is thunder on Duke.'Klng and the DOTil he will ever' remain' In our memory, Lv. irvlngtoa .. .10:40 a. m. The popular former" 'restauranteur. to do the work and get the paper out. and our consulatlon will be In the 1:04 p. m.. has not yet decld4. Ar. Ellmltch f just, where he recollection ot his wise counsel and' ( ' The day onco was xrtven a years ministering hand. Mit Kl, & B, R. R. TIME TABLE. Tho ColumbWc l,iie Insurance Co., subscription was good 'for a medium Resolved: That Cromwell Lodge Boutu Bound, No. 115 you v.t tho value ot yb'ifr side ot bacon, but ami 'ltts, different No. '692 has lost a worthy brother ,hls 8:46 a. m. wlllloan Due at, Hartford family a kind, loving father, the land for 5 yoats. No loanB thkbn now for a medium Bide of 'bajion North Bound, No. 114 for less Wan $500. For terms, 'see now, about 14 Inches of the south- community a valued citizen, and tho 6:55 ,p. m. Duo at Harttordt. ' west end "of a hog.'sVback.bqne equals church a true" christian". W. H. PARRS, Both "Mixed Trains.) . Hartford, KV. tho price under the present adminisResolved: That "we tender' to jthe' 3Vf ffWwi sincere ana neartieu J family our MTr. M. L. Heavrln has 'returned tration. . Mrs. Z. W. arimn is visaing mi 'from( Arapatto, Okla., wlfere he de- t sympathy and point them to Him, , Louisville We predict that some of the grand- whd doeth all things well. feuded Everett Miller, lomeny oi Resolved: That these resolutions Invalid chair. A'p-. this county, who is tih'aVged with mothers ot 40 years from now will For Solo An copy ply'at this ofnefe. yThe Jury sttaSa 11 to 1 for be removing from thtv family album, j bo spread upon our records, a murder. on photos done in 1916 model skirts, sent to the family, and published in necessltaWag-'- a return Mr. J. A Howard, Jr., was in acqulttA, the when crandchlldrea are paying1 a each ot the county papers.. tho paTt ot Mr. HeAVr'th to y OwenabotoVhls week. , OSCAR ALLEN, by Mrs.. Visit to modest old Granny; case. He was accdftlpanled Jtfo guest of G.W.MARTIN, ' ,Whv " Miss Helena Miller, I Hekvrln. CHAS.. H. ROGERS,, ' The Junior cWss entertained at Speaking of fishing, Rol Riley; AI . relUv8 In Central Crty. omiplttee.,. 1,,, Crfft at "Ellis MlftHgCo. and. see College Hall Wednesday evening Barnett and BUI Rhoads. have Jfo'ut a 'com tho Aluminum corife 'vessels. with three plays, "My1 Neighbor's l'neo near together, tort-oCard of Thanks. Wife," "Shadows," and "My Turn munity fishing. Rol says that It's AVe deslre'lo' earnestly thank Ttfirtiinr mtalfi 5cents. J NdJit." A good sized crowd greeted a darn strange thing that A and Bill neighbors and friends for their kindCIT RESTAURANT. Dunn, oi Rockpert, tho 'first attempt of the "young actors always beat him up and r.un their- ness; 'assistanca and sympathetti Mrs. EUzaWfh mixture of lines first of mornings and theyman- affection during Blankenshly. s aha 'the 'plays, belngj4 and death Is visiting Wb.V. C. very much agoj to have fish while and" daughter 'cdnedy and tragedy,, were ot pur dear husbind and father. God Mrs.. J."vC Taylor forty-fly- e dollars wutir dogs. Abou' , bless you all. of Mrs. J. ft. WlllUms. otijdyed. are were realUed.'which will be used to Mrs. Ala P. Tellx and Chlldre), '.& "tuv .tciiu returned ifrom young expenses. commencement i. tfnv The average baslws':trip tv Owensboroj:Wodday "Miss tho ' Washington as a Farmer, Qleijn, who was in charge of the American can't figure out Just why t" J.lkk inn i hasen't yet arrlv coucweu iua 7u"b his Until he reached manhood, George jrfatoer plays, ana woo, 'jjfftses Harriet and Uorta players, deserves touch credit f,or the ed at, the age of reason. Washington never saw a town ot -i(u wWh fheir showing. . Wapendlng tho week-en- d . 6000 inhabitants. Our first presi Cromwell. vparents at More life mysteries. dent was born on a plantation and Administrator's Notice.'' ot Centi-a.Why Is It that some wives in wan hroiieht ud in the country. As a Miss Lbretta P e,ters, All persons having claims against talking of their husbands give them .'farmer. Washington was the first "City, was the guat: of "Miss Ratio the estate of J. S. Lake, deceased, HJtle or no 'credit tor things done j'Amerlean to raise mules, cultivated-ve- t last week-eaPendleton are requested to prove their claims devil it an tta eariy as 1760, and per- net madder'n-thBy uslnFEUis- uiue ilib'bon Flour as required under the statute, and with from said hubby. formed hundreds'" of experiments, Ay Tcltchen you can stock, your days slder detracts soil conservationist In the infancy ot wholesale file same with me within 60 Aluminum cook vessels t date. after this 'that movement, "Washington seems Attention, Farmers! nrlces. This April 10, 1916. America's! We havo a stock of F4rm Imple- to have been the first ot m nobirt E. k'ooUs will deliver HENRY DANIEL, sclentlflo' farmers. His family crest issue, consisting of Dlue Bird Plows, Administrator ot the estate of J. ments aa address upon the roa bond Peg bad blatoned upon it "three cinque 41t2 Vulcan Chill Turning Plows, Court house im Hartford, oh S, Lake, deceased. at the Drills, fallen" indicating that tho bea: Tonth and Disc Harrows. Corn ' Monday May he 1st., own land; don't NOTICE TO POULTRY POOLERS. Cultivators and anything elsen the practiced husbandry on his you" come When when the greatest of the Washlngtons Don't forget that the last delivery Implenent line. We also havo three forget tho place, don't, forget the made a'bookplato of his coat ot arms of the pooled poultry at Beaver Dam Weber Road Wagons and one. Rungood meal for 25 cents. price. A sold he added to the old design spears ot and Hartford will be Tuesday and about Buggy. All this will be we CITY RESTAURANT. wheat such as he raised at Mount. whip,'ll.85 per Wednesday, April 26th and 26th, on regular terms. Don't forget Stock peaB, fancy Jones' Vernon. We think 1916. Centertown, Wednesday after- still handle the,, established Th mora I am.ucaualnted with bushel while fh,ey last. lr- - . rFertlU?er. noon, April 26th 1916, and Thursday Brand ... agricultural- - affairs, tho, better I price looks igcod. this .WEELLfS,: BRO., April 27th, all day. All pledges were .XOTON BROS, am pleasedwlth, themA' Washington V juruora, vy. called In thoHth.ot the', month. Hartford, Ky. " ,CW . A ,42tJ I APRIL SALE! We will Begin Our Q - April Sale TO-DA- i!0,"1"'11 W. L. DOUGLAS $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes VALUE GUARANTEED. years W. L. Douglas' nnmejias stood for Shoes of the highest standard of. quality for the price. His name and the retail price,, stamped on the bottom guarantees full value and'' protects the wearer against high prices for inferior sho.es. They are the best known shoes in the world, thirty-thre- e Continues to April 29. various departments are -- For completcwith' the newest Spring 3 We Extend to to visit You an during this well-equipp- W. L. Douglas Shoes are made of the most carefully selected leather, after the 'latest mb'clels, in a factory at Brockton, Mass., under the ed that the stock its entirety. direction and personal inspection of a most perfect organization and the highest paid skilled shoemakers, all working with an honest determination to make the best shoes in the world. W. L. Douglas $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes hold Remember the Date, April 21 to 29 and bring your neighbors, remember that it ,in.ii'i(t their shape, fit better and. wear longer than other make for the price. . ' ' pr I None genuine ',u'iiie8s ."W!.' L. Douglas' name and retail price is stamped on. the bottom. Sold by - r . ' ft . CARSON Si CO. INCORPORATED. HHttvHi&&flHJP SVIV9ISVi9 s Hartford, Kentucky. This Space Is Reserved v- Hartford Republican.! . ,W" y . -- r ho-ha- s is iF'br A. B. Row 6 Son Centertown, Ky. Who Manufacture, the Rest : d ... will-locat- FARM WAGON shops in Western Tliat money can build In one of the most.up-to-dat- e Kentucky, and are prepared to do all kinds of Blacksmlthlng and Re. pairing neaUy and on very short notice. They arc also dealers in , high grade Farm Implements and nun iu a jroriu Can IHmisn, you anyuuilB lrum a uue-uur-ro X Tractor. Air. Rorve has1 had their only guarantee-is i . X thirty-on- e re-tr- if they fail. years experience as a smith, and to give you sausiacuon or your mosey uacit ' . ( ", t cr s Attention Farmers! we-wil- the'B i '.,- a. - o 6ut-tBw- T' '., ' We. quote you carload prices on Drain, TJIe. Note Prices bb' folt .... lows: . K inch, ...j 2.5c per rod, we!ghri40 lbs: to rod A.. weight 192 lbs. to rod i'6 Web,.,. P .".,.,.. rd. weight 221 lbs. to rod 6 inch. 7Bo Per rodN,w2!Ftv31?. lb8-- ' t0 rod ., .,. .,.-- . 8 Inch, l tell you you will write us, giving your railroad station, If be. We-- wjjr secure" the" lowest pos' what the freight .per rod will 'J . . sible freight rate. , . cost ot a carloador yau, delrvferetf at your ,Let us figure out the ' , depot. price will come to' you by first us a postal'card, and-.ou- ........ i'.vv',,36o'le!r'd v,......,..45o . Write mall. ' J FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANy Incorporated FORDSVILLE, KY. Wilson, Mgr. Jake tw. rVf . -- i.-- 4Jt- T ' - ravaging wrote to Arthur Ydting in 1788. "I which can be acquired from It, by the most, uninterrupted career can nowhere find so Bjeat satisfacconquests." tion as in those innocent and useful of Washington's greatness lies, ia pursuits. In Indulging these reelings tact that he was-- good I am led to reflect bow much more part, in the besides being a good general delightful to an uudebauched mind farmer From Task ot making Improvements arid a good president. Is on the earth than all "the vainglory ' a to . '; "- - J.,..i.at.aw.-WM- : i4m -t- MJUg i '".4i,UK . 4M- A ',:HS. l!,.. .JkJ. CUTWORM CONTROL Plow-iiiK fowteaceid 6peratwns These Three Women Tell How They Escaped the Dreadful Ordeal of Surgical Operations. should be the last resort for women who suffer with ills peculiar to their sex. Many letters on file in the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., prove that a great number of women after they have been recommended to submit to an operation have been made well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Cornfield May Ho Protected by at the Proper Tlnio and ing Poison. Us- Numerous complaints of the ravages of cut worms, especially In relation to corn, are received each season by the department. Prompt action Is necessary for controlling" cutworms nftcr their presence becomes noticeable in the spring, which Is usually about tho time tho corn begins to sprout. Bccnuso of the fact that tho delay necessary between the time the worms make their appear-nnc- o and tho time a reply cSn bo received from the department is often disastrous to tho crop, the importance of recognizing these Insects and knowing how to control them Is eviCutworm injury almost Invariably occurs In the spring, the plants usually being cut off at the surface, or a little below tho surface, of the ground, beginning as soon as the first plants sprout and continuing until late July, by which time tho worms aro full grown. Feeding takes place at night, the worms resting during the day beneath debris or in the soil to 1 Inch at a depth of from one-ha- lf below the surface, and slnco they closely resemble tho color of tho soil in most cases, the cause of the Injury is often not apparent. However, if tho soil surrounding the cut-of- f plant be examined carefully, the culprit will quite likely be found curled up In the soil. of savagery and barbarism wo find her early ancestors, natives of thd wild forests of tho Old World. Ab tlto bright rays of clvllatlon penetrated the darkness of that early period and man called upon tho cow, slio came forth from her seclusion to share In the efforts that gavo us a greater nation and more enlightened nflnnlj). I profeaaionai HOTEL V POWRMN .WASH1NGTO Otto C. Martin Attorney c. D.C, lOTELOrAMERiCAN IDfALS Hospitals are great and necessary institutions, but they dent. Vegetable Compound. sick women should read them. ho told mo Here are three such letters. "Wis. AH Marinette, trouble, married pains and my hands and feet were cold all tho time. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comm pound and was cured, and feel better in every way. I givo you permission to publish my namo fill lilt AasSBil because I am so thankful that 1 feel well again." M Mrs. Fred JJeunke, Marinette, Wis. "When I first took Lvdia E. Detroit. Mich. BBYBLsH Pinkham's Vegetable Comnound I was so run clown with femalo troubles that I could nob do anything, and our doctor said I would havo to undergo an operation. I could hardly walk without help so when I read about tho Vegetable Compound and what it had dono for others I thought I would try iC T got a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and a package of Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash and used them according to directions. They helped mo and today I am able to do all my work and lam welL" Mrs. Thos. Dwyek, 039 Milwaukee Ave., East, Detroit, Mich. Bellevue, I suffered moro than tonguo can tell with terriblo bearing down pains and inflammation. I tried several doctors and they all told mo tho samo story, that I never could get well without an operation and I just dreaded the thought of that. I also tried a good many other medicines that were recommended to me and none of them helped me until a friend advised mo to givo Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. Tho first bottle helped, I kept taking it and now I don't know what it is to bo sick any more and I am picking up in weight. I am 20 years old and weigh 145 pounds. Jfc will bo tho greatest pleasure to mo if I can have the opportunity to recommend it to any other suffering woman." Miss Irene Fboelioher, 1923 Manhattan St., North Side, Bellevue, Pa. If you would like special advice write to ILydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. (confidential ),Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be onencd, I must havo an operation for a femalo and I hated to havo it dono is I had, been only a 'short time. I would havo terriblo "I went to tho doctor and vSlfl I "For 2000 years she has shown her allegiance to man, sharing alike In his prosperity and adversity, responding nobly to all that was done tor, her, until through her developemcnt she became an idol of the peoplo of her native country. "In 1493, when Columbus mado his second voyage to America, tho cow came with him and from that time to tho present day she has boen a most potent factor tn making this, our own country, the greatest nation, with the highest type of womanhood and manhood history has ever known. "Her sons helped till the soil of our ancestors and slowly moved tho products of the farm to the market. They went with man Into tho dense forests of the Now World, helped clear them for homes and made cult!-- , vation possioie lor me coming generations and when the tide of emigration turned westward, they hauled the belongings of the pioneers plains and across the over the creat mountain ranges to new homes beyond. 'Truly, the cow Is HARTFORD, RTT. Will practice his profession In lhl and adjoining counties. CoraniorclsJ and Criminal Practice a Specialty. T. WADB8TIIATTON , lr Of.' OTTOC. M.VMits Cromll, hy. Hnrttnnl, Ky. ln""tlt7whrfood hottli ,abound, Uu PowhaUnjKada.the countrymeruV It lifirrio!thrhMrttIoMu , STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will practlco their profession in this and djolnlng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Prompt Spoclalty. and vlgoroat service. Notary In offlco. partiea, conTcntloru,J5chool$ 'Tie TowUaian it refineJ, ex." cluiire, and restful. Its excellent : location on Ptnniylrinia Avenue. 18th and II Street!, make it a desirable headquarter! for bridal couplet, tourilt 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. college. The PowhalarT" 'attracts the veople of culture and education. Its proximity to State, War and Navy Departments, also to many points interest, ol historical snakes this hotel especially attractive to a discriminates pub-" "J and lic I Pa." read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. FARM DEPARTMENT Dr. E. M. Ranck, who has charge of the hog department, has just finished an experiment which showed the practicability of pasturing pigs even Crop Rejwrt. Government during the winter months. Washington, D. C, April 17. A A patch of emmer, or what is com(summary of the April crop and live monly called speltz, was planted last KentucStock report for the State of ky and for the United States, as com- -, fall on a patch that had been used piled by the Bureau of Crop Esti- previously for a soy bean pasture. mates, and transmitted through the On Dec. 23 a sow was placed on this Weather Bureau, U. S. Department emmer patch, on which was placed a modified Mlssippl colony hog house, of Agriculture, is as follows: and on Dec. 27 she farrowed 11 pigs. WHEAT From the second day after farrowing State. Condition April 1 this year until Jan. 28 the sow and 10 pigs ten year (one having died) received a mix85 per cent of normal; average of condition figures for April ture of 4 1 pounds each of corn chops 1, 87 per cent. , and shorts. From Jan. 28 to April 1 United States. Condition April 1 the feed was Increased to five pounds, ten year making a total of 453 pounds each tills year, 78.3 per cent; average April 1 condition, 87.3 per of corn chops and shorts, which had cent. an actual market value of $175 per RYE hundred. The rent on tho pasture, ' State. Condition April 1 this year, labor for attendance, etc., was es 90 per cent; ten year average April 1 timated at ?50 for the sow, $50 for I the boar and $50 for equipment at low tho plow, will prove of Inestimacondition, 88 per cent. United States. Condition April 1 six per cent for six months (we must ble value. this year, 87.8 per cent; ten year estimate for three months previous When cutworms aro found to bs to the time of farrowing) was ?4.50, abundant on corn land, the use of average April 1, condition, 89.9. or $23.34, which was tho actual cost the poisoned bait Is recommended. HOGS 'of raising 10 pigs to the time of wean This may be prepared as follows: State. Losses from disease past ing. These pigs at that time weight- Mix 50 pounds of wheat bran, 2 cent; ten year average, year, 7.0-ped 582 pounds and cost $2.53 each, pounds of Paris green, and 6 finely G.5 per cent. per chopped oranges or lemons. Then or approximately four cents United States. Losses from dis- pound. As they nro d pigs, bring the whole mixture to tho conease past year, C.G3 per cent; ten they have an actual selling value of sistency of a stiff dough by the addf-tlo- n year average 6.62 per cent. $15 each and are extremely growthy of a cheap molasses, such as Is CATTLE and vigorous. used in cattle rations, adding water State. Losses from diseaso past necessary. Distribute An experiment of this kind could when year, 2.4 per cent; ten year average, have been conducted Just as well on this bait over tho Infested field in 2.2 per cent. Losses from exposure a patch of ryo or oats or wheat, as at small lumps, taking" care to sprinkle past year, 0.8 per cent; ten year the same time we were conducting it sparingly around each hill. In case average, 1.4 per cent. this .experiment, using emmer as a bran cannot bo readily obtained, midUnited States. Losses from dis- grazing patch, wo wore also pasturing dlings of alfalfa meal may be sucease past year 1.96 per cent; ten small fields with these other products cessfully substituted. In fields known year average, 2.01 per cent. Losses The only advantage that we noticed to be infested, the distribution of this from exposure past year, 1.07 per during tho severe winter was that the bait should be started as soon as the cent; ten year average, 1.56 per cent. emmer seemed to stand the freezing corn begins to appear above ground SHEEP weather with less injury than tho so that the cutworms may be eliminState. Losses from disease past other crops. Pure water and a min- ated as quickly as possible and tho year, 3.5 per cent; ten year average, eral mixture were available at all Injured hills promptly replanted. 3,6 per cent. Losses from exposure times for tho sow and pigs, and During the warmer spring months past year, 1.4 per cent; ten year means were provided for some of the cutworms do most of their feeding at feed to bo placed in' small troughs In night and burrow Into tho soil to tho average, 2.4 per cent. United States. Losses from dis- such a manner that the pigs could depth of an Inch or two during tho ease past year, 2.16 per cent; ten get Bomo without Interference from day, so that the bait will usually be year average, 2.48 per cent. Losses the mother, and we noticed that they moro effective lf applied during the from exposure past year, 2.17 per started to eat out of their troughs lato afternoon or early evening hours. Frequently cutworms migrate to cent; ten year average, 3.11 per cent. when they wero five days old and HORSES AND MULES started to eat the green, succulent cultivated fields from adjourning State. Losses from diseaso past pasture after they were six days old. grassland, and In such cases tho crops year, 1.6 per cent; ten year average, During the experiment wo experienc- can bo protected by running a nnrrow ed three snowstorms and several band of the poisoned bait around tho 2.1 per cent. United States. Losses from diseaso freezes, and during which time the edge of the Held or along the side past year, 1.75 per cent; ten year, colony houso above mentioned was nearest tho source of Infection. average, 1.95 per cent. tho only shelter provided for them. United States Agricultural Bureau. Specifications for this colony houso can be secured by writing to the exTribute to the Cow. WINTER PASTURES CUT E. G. Bennett, state dairy commis-o- f COSTS IN HOG RAISING periment station. Missouri, gives the1 cow a deservThe sow suckled the pigs and was cutting costs In hog produc- In good breeding condition at wean ing tribute In tho following para Tor tion, winter pastures have recently lng time and was bred Ave days after graphs: proved their worth at the Mississippi weaning the pigs. Memphis Com I "Little do wo realize tho ueht we owe the cow. During the dark ages A. and M. College experiment station. merclal Appeal. er pre-bre- man's greatest Manager. Hall, winds, droughts benufactor. ft 0 nncl lioods may come, destroy our hopes, but from crops and banish our ftllllllllllllilfll'W'ilMl.iMI'i what is left, the cow manufactures Life History. the most nourishing and The various cutworms are known foods and Is sho not llfo to tho under a number of popular names, thousands of little ones stranded such as tho glassy cutworm, upon the hollow hearts and barren cutworm, etc., but the injuries bosoms' of modern motherhood? We Fhume caused by them are very similar and love her for her docility, her beauty their habits in general are also much and her usefulness. Her loyalty has the same. The parents of cutworms never weakened and should misare grayish or brownish moths or fortune overtake us, as we become "millers," which commonly occur at bowed down with the weight of years, lights during summer evenings. Each we know that In tho cow we have a moth may lay from 200 to 500 eggs, friend that was never known to falteither in masses or singly, in fields er. Sho pays the debt. She saves covered with dense vegetation, and the home. God bless the cow! Little hence are to be found more often in do we realize tho debt we owe her." cultivated fields which haVe been In o GUARANTEED SERVICE grass or weeds the preceding fall. The One hundred per cent eggs hatch In the fall. I value. Special work for W. Land to be planted to corn the O. W. following spring, especially such land For Infants and Children W. F. STEVENS, as has laid in grass for a considerable Years R. F. D. 7. Hartford, Ky. time and likely to contain cutworms, In Use For Over Representing Continental should be plowed in midsummer or Always bears the early fall about the time the eggs are Signature of Marblo & Granlto Co. eggs are laid, or better, before the laid, for. then vegetation which is suitable for the moths to lay their RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. eggs upon Is removed. The earlier To half pint of water add 1 .oz. Day tho' preceding year grasslands to be Rum. a small box of Barbo Compound, planted to corn are plowedrthe less and H oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair twice a week until It becomes the desired cutwill be tho probability that the shade. Any druggist can put this up or worm moths will have laid their eggs you can mix it at home at very llttlo cost. Full directions for making and use come thereon, and the less, consequently, In each box of Barbo Compound. It will will be the danger of Injury by cutgradually darken streaked, faded Kruy year. hair, and removes dandruff. It Is excelworms the following lent for falling hair and will make harsh Late fall and winter plowing of hair soft and glossy. It wUl not color the scalp, is not sticky or greasy, and does not grasslands, although not as effective rub off. as early plowing, will destroy many of the hibernating cutworms, as well as such other Important corn pests .. BAeUOJal1 fr OVER 6S YCARS' EXPERIENCE as white grubs, and should be pracGood Residence. ticed when earlier plowing is impracOne of the best constructed dwelling houses In Hartford, including ticable. Pasturing hogs upon land supposed garden and outbuildings. Excellent to harbor cutworms Is a beneficial repair. Water In house. Owner practice, as these animals root up moving to other property. The sale Trade Marks and devour insects of many kinds, price of this house and lot Is $350 designs Including cutworms, In largo num- less than original cost. Call on or n..l rviiiHin n .V.l..ti .. ilA.llntlAn uu folnii'vua ...mitlnr our opinion fruo .ibothermflV. bers. Farm poultry If trained to wrlto us for further particulars. Quickly ascertain clay-backed Tba "Powhataii""oB"triroom 'with detached bath at S1.10, 92.00 and up. Room! with private bath, $2.50, $1.00 and up. "VTrTte for tootlet with rnipj CLIFFORD M. LEWIS. DR. 0. E. HART YETRRINARY SURGEON BEAVEK DAM, KY. Olllcc James Tiplor's Livery Dnrn. rnirnrtly otuuned In uul TRADE-MARK- S Us otuia patents ill couutrl.. or no THAT PAtt'"rt.sUrotlicr(osUy,tour ttpenM. sou btip JQU 19 SUCCfM. BfaJrrodH. pbotocr (etch for TREE report on ro years' prattle, niis). PASSING RIFCrtCNCCS. rorfrMOUJsl nuo on lYontstii rimt, rit to t !. B03-B0- Seventh Street, TiwanmuivKi p. c. B v CASTOR 30 A ffl&b i I BsWlaaiaaVOHaaHaSt'BBsssssssK amBssssssssstKy For Sale Real Estate! aaaU:rofxgEB0Bssi e iirSsMsFM POPDIMMCHAHICS 300 A1A.GAZINB ARTICLES-300ILLUSTRAT1- .VEEP Informed of the World' Frotm&A In Englherinfft Mechanics and Invention. For Father and Son and All th Family. It anneal. iuaiiutssc7VfiUBtiu uunj( nirunnu tvuinci. omet throughout tbo worM, Our h on Ira yvnvipondeau are comuntl j on to watca for thing iitw uid lnUrtatlac and it U Written So You Can Understand It Ammtmmr ijTTjIjra ..... ....' . POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE no Michtsan Avonyo cniwuq Tht Stop MU Dparlmnt (20 rtiet) contain Hints fnp Minn nrta ind iiT wati forth layman 10 ao minim nroana ins noma. Mechanic (17 TaffM) for tho Itaya anl uirjiwnoiiKetomaKeiningSticiiinowiomaaevwrfr IfM ami Telegraph Ontfila, Engine. Itoata, tinow bV.I..u . tractiona for the Moclxanic.Camper and Hporuman SINOUC COPIES, lie 91.80 PCR YKAfl Sampla copy wis b saat on rvqwaat- - k. !..!.. lft a..r. -. y Good Farm. We have this week listed a 100- acro farm, 4 miles east of Beaver Dam, for sale. Hill and bottom land, miles 4 miles from Green River, 1 from 2 churches, 1 mile from school, Owner will not two story dwelling. sell unless taken before crop season. Call or write us for further Informa inicuilnn is prnhxblr JwtenfnMa, ConiinunlcA. lions .incur coniMciitiui. HAHJ300X ou 1'alcnls n:encrfw-'jn'iirjatnr. icul friM. oii.'i'H tbrouah Munn & Co. receive ITitmiu taken ipcrtaluoltac, ulthout etinrao, tu tbo A handsomely tUnrtnited weekly. KILL thb COUGH AND Scientific JUiericati BiKPrh onio CUKE the LUNC8 (YllJNN&Go.3(iB'Md"8'l.ewYork c V M- -. Washington. U. 0. dilation of any snenitdo tuurnal. renri four motiU't, tL ciola by all newsdealer. etr. T.ret 13 o Terms. tion. rSw 'atffaTWA I amlssvam v Dr. King's New Discovery WITH t aUAKANTKED SATISFACTORY! Neat Bungalow. K Oil MONEY REFUNDED. bungalow, located on A modern Clay street In the city of Hartford. Water and lights In tho houso well Ict-APATTFSNS Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity anl equipped bath room. Stablo and reliability nearly 40 yean. Sold In nearly other necessary outbuildings. Rea- m every city and town In the United State! an sold thaa by mall direct. V sonable price. Terms to right par(-t- y. r Canada, or make. Send for Mora catalogue, free any other particulars call or McCAIXTS MAGAZINE For further model. MA.itBvn AMn nrrrNnrn. Bend report. I More subscribers than any othct fashioa write drwU4rorwvtIrsitwrtsn:n uul frwi buiaaJI L, tnijiilna millioo a month. Invaluable. Lat-rnis sdrlca, bmr to obuia iunu, uvla rams) ra HawieVl. mSSk FnR $ k Trial Bottlo Fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQ TROUBLES. 7 afQUCH8 OLDS sa. PHTCE a itm yctfg U. I V&IaV7 vm?wxi N34ngJVL V W Let Us Muke Your Sale. f If you want to sell your rea estate, fWONBEBFUI. INDUCEMENTS farm or city property list It with us. to Agents, roatji brings premium catalogs and new cash prize offers. 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Trtalawt WEAK Of ,1 Rates f 1.0O, 91.25 and 91.80 per Day TINSLEY & BARNETT Real Estate Agents, Meals 35 Cents. Hk sal kslp s II for LUNGS 4 CONSUMPTION Hartford, Kentucky. Republican Office. Best In the city for the money. (eellor, Special attention to. the traveling A quick telle I (or that tired, coufhs, pa lot la chest, night sweats, hemor. public. (bates, weak tunc or coatuapllon. U il o FOR ONE MONTH coats yon sotblsg. .Both Phones. OWENSBORO.KY, OHIO MEDICAL CO, da HXi.'?. 9 4) i -- Urn Yt -,, rf,r !S$SS$SSSS$SS9S9S$SS CUMBERLAND COMPANY FOR PREPAREDNESS CAUL AND SEE Our Big Line of ftictlng It passed straight down above the middle of the river at a height of not over 300 feet, and beneath the dimly guessed bulk of it bright chinks and squares Spring Goods! FOR MEN. WOMEN CHILDREN. AND A big lino on display. We have the most attractive Morchondise ' and price that we have ever shown. Come in and see for yourself. of light, broken by the shadows of ANNOUNCES POMCV TOWAUD ITS moving men, plotted the lines of two underslung cars. A zeppelln had EMPLOYES, REGARDING NA- passed literally within a stone's NATIONAL GUARD. throw. ma HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Few Tears of Discevragkf I had gotten so weak I could not i Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY. Wro$SS1rSSSS$SrSSi -- r B B Reducing the Cost Upkeep fopfi?!!Rl flstf Tii iEPr Long ox and The Cumberland Telephone Telegraph company has adopted a policy of encouraging Its employes to acqulro military training In tbo national guard, naval mlllta or federal training camps. A bulletin issued by the company Btates that employes who are members of the national guard or naval mlllta will be permitted and encouraged to perform all duties required under general ordors of their respective organizations as to Instruc tion camps, training circuses, rifle practice and similar services Employes will receive full pay while absent on, such service, and such absence shall not operate to curtail any vacations to which they may be1 entitled under the general rules of the company. Employes of the company who' desire to attend a federal military training camp will be excused for such purpose, It Is stated, so far as possible without detriment to the company's service and the full performance of its duty to the public, and when so excused will recelvo'full pay during the period of necessary absence on such duty. Attendance at n. trnlnlnc camn will to Include vacations to which employ- - J es may be entitled under the general rules of the company. Oweusborq Inquirer. "ij'- - ClmmUorlaln's Cough Remedy. From a small beginning tho sale Condition, Mrs. Btllodc Gave and use of this remedy has extended to all parts of tho United States and UpkDfiipair. Hubaad to many foreign countries. When you have need of such a medicine Cane to Rescie. give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial and you will understand why It has become so popular for coughs, Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter colds and croup Obtainable everywhere, m from this place, Mrs. Beltie Bullock and gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle at Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I cmm I taking it From the very ataf dose, I could tell it was helping ro. can now walk two miles without Mf tiring me, and am doing ail isy work." i menced If you are all run down from wonaflfjr Flshln' and Fannin' The lower house In in a mess, Tho senate's in a wrangle, An' politics is warmln' up An gettln in a tangle. The president is on the stump, Preparedness With lots of folits him, iin' lots of 'em writes as follows : "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, la Ha S$ while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and shottltt all. At times, in my left side. 1 would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist hat . Tenn.. for SMeisf The Mexicans are playin' smoko InttrueUoramn your cau n4M-p- c book. that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Traauuat far Wssmo." seat la Ula wrisser. Meat Down on the Texas border, 140 An' Uncle Sam's riled, An' sayin' he'll have order. The situation, so they say, swssswjapwiwajsyiiiiiis Is getln' quite alarming, But somehow, I ain't worried much, I'm flshln' an' I'm, farmin. sold Cardui for years. He knows what The doctor was called In, and ruYtreat- - it will do. Ask him. He will ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. ...... .. Ufwitm fa . soon confined to my bed again. After Al4l(A.V ri.n. fk..nw.M Mclldns Co.. U4M' fc From Monday morn till Friday night I hustle like the dickens, Tmr V-rin THE INSTALLATION of An' there I sit an' doze an' dream, An' watch my cork Eye to Utility. I hear thp chatter of the squirrel, "I want a pair of pants." The yellow-hammknockln'. "Something In rough goods or An' If I'm lucky, well an' good, smooth?" An' if I'm not, what matter? "Rough, I reckon. I find it handier It's just the flshln' that I lore, to scratch matches on." An' not the fish I'm atter. er Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CAS T.O R A I an' after chickens; J. But Saturday you see me hike Across the fields an' meadows To where the lake Is sleepin' with Its bosom full of shadows. (in -- &. eii saiBiBHairv 'ire 4J wzZSms. uyou 'ne Inspiration and followed snort, stories of adventure, Twill make 'ffieYOUTlTS COMPANION Better Than Ever in 1915 . L. C. Smitk . . &? Bros, r Typewriters . . followed by the discovery that the bills, for ribbons are muck less than before. A large corporation recently found ttat its ribbon expense was cut in two. Tbis is not an accident. It is tbe result of ,tbe mechanical construction tbat makes tbe L. C. Smith. & Bros, cheapest to maintain. u invariably Tbe ball bearings give light touch and eliminate pounding impact. Tbe ribbon is actuated by tbe carriage, not tbe typebar. Tbe ribbon mechanism is automatic, so tbat tbe ribbon reverses at tbe instant tbe end is reached and without added strain. Low ribbon cost, low cost or maintenance and these are guaranteed to the highest efficiency L. C. Smith & Bros, users. DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKING L. C. SMITH & BROS. 414 Mala Street TYPEWRITER C? CINCINNATI, OHIO. Horn, Offiet and Factory. 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WW V. - , . - Those who rubecriba now, tending $2 So' let 'em go ahead an' build for tho 52 issues of THE COMPANION More good reading than you will for 1915. will receiro Tho Companion A navy that will suit 'em, get in any of the monthly 2 gists. Homo Calendar FREE. , buy a million guns An' let 'em magazines. m An' hire men to 'shoot 'em, SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE A Just Complaint. An they can do just what they please. Lady Do you Stout, Red-FacTHE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND YOUTH'S COatPANION, BOTH The only thing I'm wish In' mean to say you won't give me my ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.75. Is that they'll just let me keep on money back for this book just bean aflshln'. Whitley cause I have read it? You know you Montgomery in Farm and Ranch. advertise that it is your aim to have S only satisfied customers. Told That There Was No Cure for "Yes, madam, but what is the matHim. ter? Is the print Imperfect, or any"After suffering for over twenty thing like that?" years with indigestion and having "No." some of the best doctors here tell Republican and Louisville Herald , "Then why are you not satisfied me there was no cure tor me, I The with the novel?" Globe-Democr- at think It only right to tell you for Reptblican and St. Louis 1.76 "Why, I don't like the way it the sake of other sufferers as well The ends." . 1.60 ns your own satisfaction that a 25c The Republican and Home and Farm bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets not BUta of Ohio. City of Toledo. I 1.7 only relieved me but cured me with- The Republican and Lucaa County. I Frank J. Cheney make oath that he Se in two months although I am a man aenlor partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.60 Co., doing-- business In the City of Toof 65 years," writes Jul. Grobien, The ledo. County and State aforesaid, and Houston, Texas. Obtainable every- The republican ana JUany uwensooro inquirer 3.50 that said Arm wilt pay the sum of ONE hunukisij uul,lahs ror eacn ana ev- where, m ery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.71 The by the use of HALtS CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. When the young bull got out Sworn to before me and subscribed In 1.75 my presence, thla 6th day of December, Farmer Quickly hurried out to the The Republican and Kentucky Farmer A. D. use. field where he was, and when the (Seal) A. W. QLEA80N, The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally bull saw him coming he came to meet and acts directly upon the blood and mutho man. The master placed his hand 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer cous surfaces of the system. Send for on the animal's forehead, put the testimonials, free. F. J. CHENET ft CO, Toledo. O. , other into the ring in his nose and The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 Sold by all 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. led him homo. The secret of it was . . that the farmer had alwavs treated 'The Passing of a Zeppelin. the bull kindly. It the bull had over (Lewis R. Freeman in the Atlantic.) had a beating ho would have run, Tho whole universe seemed to have expecting to Kindness another. resolved Itself Into one mighty roar, animals pays in more ways than one. and I distinctly recall that the main-Ba- ll Farm and Ranch. halyard by which I steadied myself vibrated to the beat of the pulsatTHE ing grind from above. For a moment LIVVER-LA- X 8EWINQ sensing rather than seeing I was FOR FLETCHER'S MAQHilNI aware of a great black bulk blotting OF out tho stars above tho river, and QUALITY. Here .and There. then, stabbing the darkness like a flaming sword, the yellow flash of a Prices of matches in Australia have searchlight leapt forth from the risen 133 per cent. NOT sugar; The grape Is dusky void and ran in swift zigzags SOLD back and forth across the marshes the apple only UNDER In all races the male brain Is 10 and canals beneath. Now a herd of ANY cows could bo seen staggering dazed- per cent heavier than that of the OTHER NAME. ly to their feet, now the startled female. Feeltrlcht all tho time. Don't lay off bridge-playe- rs d ship has thirty-thre- e A on the deck of the from work for days by taking calomel keeps ye when pleasant Liv- - Vr-La- x WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. houseboat moored above wero re- sails, fourteen of which are jibs and on your feet, while relieving your troub. fore-sail- s. vealed, and now our eyes blinked If yon purchase the NEW HOME you will le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don'l blindly In the yellow glare before tbo A horse eats ICO pounds of hay a have a life asset at the price you pay, and wlU take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysquostlng shaft darted on down tho week, a cow 100 pooiuds; a sheep 10 not have an eudless chain of repair. tem and relieves constipation. A nat pounds, and a goat 8 pounds. river to spotlight an ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura great opal belonging to the The shanty on the dyke and the gaunt in its effect and certain in results. It will frame of a towering Dutch windmill emperor of Austria weighs 17 ounces won't be long beforo Lie completely displace calomel in everJ and is valued at $300,000. . beyond. t it th home.,. Children can take it freely sal g Penknives are so called because Now it found the shary. with perfect safety. Every bottle guarMi-JCheapest they were originally used tor sharpbend of the river, quivered there anteed. 60c and 1 in bottles. None genuine without the likeness and slgna for a second or two, and then flashed ening the points of quill pens, the aw) ture of L. K. Grlgsby. For sale by One hundred and fifteen million out, leaving a blanker blackness beto buy. J. H. WILLIAMS. - HartXord, Kjr. hind. At almost the same Instant locusts' eggs weigh a ton. Sixty tons the "Thing of Terror'' a hurtling a year are destroyed in Cyprus. If you want a swing machine, write fee, Water Is "hard" owing to Ihe pres- ear lateet catalogue before you purcbaae. mass of roaring engines and clattering propellers shot by overhead, ence of minerals. Rainwater, which fcack a w4 Vor MfcM t tar AjUltlm WtU. Is Or. followed by a confused wake of cob- - contains no minerals, Is "soft." I ed Pills Best for Liver. Because they contain the best liver moilclnes. no matter how bitter or nauseating for the sweet sugar coating hides the taste. Dr. King's New Life Pills contain ingredients that put the liver working, move the bowels freely. No gripe, no nausea, aid digestion. - Just try a bottle' of Dr. King's New Life Pills and notice how much better you feel 25c at drug- Now I ain't got no sight o' time For talkin' an' for readln', An' I'll admit that I don't know Just what the country's needin', An' I ain't much on politics, An' I ain't much on votln', I'd rather watch my garden grow, I ' Then the Family Page, a rare Editorial Page, Boys' Page, Girls' Page, Doctor's Advice, and "a ton of fun," Articles of Travel, Science,.Education. From the best minds to the best minds, the best the world can produce for you and everyone in tne nome. i nere is no age limit to enthusiasm for The Three Current Issues Free Youth's Companion. If rn do not know THE COMPANION let u nd you Throa Current luues FREE. IndoM thii Coupon with your request. Or watch my cork 52 Times a Year not 12. OUR CLUBBING RATES. ,..fl.3t Drug-gists- Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. USE Children Ory CASTOR1 A one-seven-th NEW I HOME For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. full-rigge- TpTlSiraQualky right-anglin- Mvatfl lnleaJO B Vfox PWo't '"H If I' ROYAL BAKING POWDER Farm Aksoluimly a u LATEST No Alum J,MMI to-da- No Phosphate EACTER day. - FENGS! awakenig. dress-u- p WAR NEWS the "Ineraqient" Ministry yesterday, the day for final decisions in tho Cabinet Council as to whether mar- V t Monday Unofficial messages reMexico. ceived yesterday at Juarez over the Mexican telegraph lines from ChihuFrnnce. Another powerful Ger ahua state Villa Is dead, that his bur- man infantry attack from the niver ial place had been betrayed by a Meuse to Douaumont was swept back former Villa .officer ahd that the llh heavy casualties to the attack It was Jng forceSi wno gained, however,, a body had been recovered. reported the body was being brought Bmall f00ting in the chauffour wood, and would The Bneinng of hill 304 and the Cuslhuiriachle, "into bo brought to Chihuahua ond Uneg of.the French in this These reports were not con- - glon contmues. an- Washington firmed officially. United States troops Wednesday Bounces that will be withdrawn from Mexico at untcd States. President Wilson once if the report is confirmed that wjjj jay tne submarine case before Villa is dead. Id the hall of the Congress The Information was received by House ot Representatives at 1 o'clock Mexican Consul Garcia. The news , , (h ftern0on with Congress seat came in dispatches from telegraph' ed betore him in Joint Besslon the operators at Madera and Lusmuina-- , presiaent will speak the last words chic. nt tho itnitprf states to Germany in It was a force of Carranza soldiers th(J grave sltuation whjch has kept i.n onirni.dH 1 0 nntnTPMYTlPIlT ' the two nations on the brink of a of American cavalry at Parral Wed- break for nearly a year. nesday in a regularly organized ac- DeveloDements. yet undisclosed tlon, according to a detailed report and of the mogt soiemn importance, written by MaJ. Frank Tompkins and nre eciected to follow quickly. An forwarded by Gen. Pershing to Gen. uUlmatum t0 Germany and the ance ot diplomatic relations are the Forty of the Mexican soldiers, In- - two m08t nkelj. eventualities, eluding one Major, were killed by the . The presldenfs action recalls with retreating Americans, rue American sgnlflcance that he promised to sub twSkilled and six mit to Congress his final action becasualities we wounded, including "JftaJ. Tompkins. fore a possible break, Congress alone His wound was slight. having the power to declare war. Count von Bernstorff, the German Verdun. Without diminishing In Ambassador .sought a conference Intensity, the battle of Verdun is en- - ( with Secretary Lansing yesterday, terlng into its ninth week today. The but the latter was unable to see him, Germans under the Crown Prince and it became known that the Wash- -' first launched their attack against tho ington Government had put an end to French front on February 21. The . parleying. loss In killed and wounded on both Immediate return, of papers and sides as nearly as can be estimated has reached 400,000. The French in documents seized from the office for- thelr defense have abandoned the old merly occupied by Capt. Franz von fortified positions for a maze of Papen, the recalled German attache, trenches, and against these the Ger- - were demanded of the United States mans have thrown assault. With an Government yesterday, together with enormous outlay of men and ammunl- - a request for the immediate release tlon the Germans have so far succeed- - of Wolf von Igel, Von Papen's secre-e- d In taking about 100 'square miles "tary, arrested on a charge of consplr-o- f territory, but as yet have not made ing to blow up the Welland Canal, any breach in or been able to pierce The release is to be effected If the crime of which he is charged was the French line. Douamont, taken early in the committed after he became a member Fort offensive, and Bethincourt are the of the German Embassy staff. .... .i iwo most important positions me i Russia. Attacking both by sea rue rencn Teutons nave gained, and land the Russians have captured evacuated Bethincourt. the most important Turkish port on England. The British force made theBlack Sea Treblzond which is by three fi0m cnln after tho Pxnlnsinn of two said to have been defended ful1 divisions of Turkish soldiers. mines against tho German trenches. The fall of this stronghold gives the Turkey. The Turkish Government Czar's forces an almost clear field to admits that one of its submarines egin tbeir operations which have as ot the sank the Russian hospital ship Port- - theJr obJect the ,n Mesopotamia. ugal In the IJlack Sea last month, enemy force3 wnen us persons were arownea Verdun. Inclement weather has Turkey maintains that the command- uu cnecneu me airugs.u uv er and other officers of the submarine were justified in believing that the the War Office reports ot yesterday spOKO oniy oi minor uumuuruweuio vessel was a transport. y. to-da- y. 11 sever-Funston. .. ried men should bo conscripted. Tho decisions, believed to be against general compulsion, will be made known y by Premier Asnulth. Only a lew more days'to prepare for Spring's Have your new outfit' ready for Spring's greatest :; Our Millinery Department ' -- ." is well stocked with the newest and best in Easter Hats for the whole family. A hat that is stylish, becoming, and at most any price you want to pay, awaits your consideration at thij store. Competent, high-clas- s trimmers, with years of experience in the business, whose expert advice is at your service. Better Easter Bonnets and Better Easter Service can't be had than we will give you. Everything '. is an Easter necessity. Ready-to-We- ar We are ready-to-we- ar folks every day in the year. We show a great line of Ladies' and Misses' Coats', Suits, Waists, Skirts, Petticoats, Corset Covers, Underwear, Collars, Gloves,-- . Slippers, Hosiery, and ' Corsets. .. ... This Store Can Take Care of Your Easter Necessities, ,, If It Is Your Desire To e .Well Dressed, !. You can't Afford to Miss the Oppor- )' i !' tunity We Offer. in harmony with environments on Gala Eastdr your wardrobe must be replenished with the -- new things for spring. We have a great big department, as big as any ordinary store filled with fixtures exclusively for men. Men's Suits ot the. highest quality. This store is the home of WD lvLIN W iyi-rTL.Ll"yo- A TVT you exPe?t to De ur 1" .uu, i r in that sector. a I r I , H 'ButWo have for sale a 2 ler county farm, residence, 2 barns, timber, 200 fruit trees, good water, Yj bottom land, coal underneath. This farm is situated 8 miles from Rochester on the Bowling Greeu becoming epidemic In Mexico, en- road, near Green River. One and dangering alike tho United States miles from postoflce and has troops and tho natives. within two two school buildings miles. We know you will want to United States. Tho final word of hear more about it when wo tell you the United States to Germany on the that it goes for the remarkablo price submarine Issue Is ready for trans- of JlOper acre. Other real estate mission to Berlin. The communicafor sale, Including throe Hartford tion, Washington dispatches say, residences. makes plain that the continuance of TINSLEY & BARNETT Agts friendly relations between the United Hartford, Ky. 41tf States and Germany rests on an Im, mediate change lu the German policy " For Sale. qf submarine warfare. One black mare, 7 years old, 10 hands hgh, will bring a colt this England. Blunders ot the British spring. She is a fine driver, good ,pacer, &c. Will be sold Government in tho conduct of the war were the ammunition of the press at a bargain. Can be seen at W. M. In a vehement revival of attacks Flener's, Beaver Dam, Ky, C. A. Hunt, Beaver Dam. which openly advocated overthrow of lit re headquarters stato that MaJ, Frank Tompkins received a written threat from the commander of tho Carranza garrison at Parral hat his men would be attacked if they entered tho city, and that they were ambushed. It Is reported that typhoid fever Is Tuesday. Mexico. Gen. Funston issued ord- Mexico. Confirmation of the re- - oi-- voatorHnv thnt vHll nlnrft At the port that the body of Villa had been dlBpogal Qf Qen persh,ng 2300 more found was lacking last night at El troops. Paso, 'Juarez and Chihuahua. United Hon TTunatnn hns nrHprpd other States Consul Letcher, at the latter troopa t0 proceed t0 ColumbUB, N. M. place, said he had heard nothing of Meanwhl,e the actlvo pursult of the report. It is claimed that the ' , has ,)een haUed because of the , wires are down botweon Juarez and, ,. .... AU1CI.i IUU 11UUJJO Chihuahua. Mexicans express confi- millCtl Ul'Ull Pershing tcullbelieved ui to Is Parral. Gen. dence in the report that Villa Is dead. be making his headquarters atNamlq-uip- l, Six Mexicans, who are said to have some dlstauco north of tho poconfessed Implication in the raid on sition he had held several days ago. Columbus, N. M., have been arrested The Mexican situation was discussby New Mexico authorities. ed at yesterday's Cabinet meeting. Army officers at Gen. Pershing's o I Hart ,r Schaffner & 4 Man!ine Clothes! ' K .' $v Our Suits from $15.00'' to $25.00 are the best the country affords. H .,. Our spring Shoes, Hats, Shirts Ties, CJollars, Gloves, flalfhose and Underwear are in, harmony with our,, suits., and a complete u outfit from this store means a well dressed man. ' ALLr THE LITTLE NOVELTIES for the embellishment of the human form can be had here. No worry on your part. Just give us enough of your time for us to place the different articles before you. The buying will be left entirely with you. LISTK.V! one-ha- lf E BARNES i &BR0 ,4-- i BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. 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