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Thursday evening tho annual Declamatory contest will bo held. Miss Kattlo Eskrldgo's music pupils will furnish tho music for tho first three evenings. The graduation exercises will bo held on Friday evening. No. 43 v !t I r of a hedge hog, from the top of the machine. Tllese, of course, are the EXPECT GERMAN COMMENCEMENT type cases, each with Its separate ideograph and character. Next comes FIGHT BATTLE tho keyboard. This Is a mechanical REPLY SATURDAY DATES APPROACH triumph by itself, for tho position of each key of tho 5,000 had to bo careJust now wo aro unablo to say who will deliver tho Commencement ad- COLONEL AND FOUR SONS WILL COL. DODD'S CAVALRY ENGAGES fully thought out before It could be assigned. The operator also had to BERLIN'S ANSWER TO AMERICAN TIME FOR CLOSING TIIK YEARS' dress, but the address will be deliverBAND OF MEXICANS AT ANSWER IF CALLED BY ULTIMATUM EXPECTED SCHOOLS bo considered. WORK OF COUNT!' Only a Japanese ed by somo prominent educator. TOMACHIO. COUNTRY. TOMORROW. ' printer could operate the" machine, IS NEAK. members of our Thoro aro thirteen as it would take a short lifetime to graduating class. Their names are memorize the location of all the keys as follows: Misses Mabel Kelly, Martha WOEFULLY UNPREPARED BANDITS AGAIN ROUTED unless one bad had experience with FOREIGNERS CANT GO LARGE SENIOR CLASSES the Intricate "case" beforehand. The Mary Daniels, Cecil White operator sits la'a chair that slides on and Nolllo Cooper: Messrs Leman Whltler, Hoover Neal, Runner Smith, Says Youthful Villa Bandits' Flee Leaving Six Dead a bar the whole length1 of the ma- Dispatches Say Americans Havfflf; High Schools at Hartford and Fords Brady Loyd, Felix Royal, Tom former President chine, and he mores his chair about and Nineteen Wounded Also Lives Would Pay the Penalty Difficulty In Leaving the Prosville Will end Out Many as the need1 arises Crowo, Marlon Stone and Imon BellHorses and Anns. For Our Negligence. pective Enemy Country. .... ,r Ws" i Graduates. amy. THOtrSANB ACKB& OF OIL Lewis, of Trenton, Ky., Rev. J. T. XAND LEASEB IN PULASKI will deliver tho baccalaureate' serOyster Bay, N. Y., April 24. If Field Headquarters, xkrl 26. Berlin, April 26 (via-- LondosV Commonccment tlmo la approach- mon on Sunday May 7. Rev. Lewis tho United States goes to war with ,(By Wireless to Columbus, N. M.) Somerset, Ky., ApriL 26. The Eu- 3:55 p. m.). The Geroua answer' ing and soon the Bweet girl graduate is one of Kentucky's well known minGormany, the Roosevelts will go all Two Americans were killed and three reka Oil & Gar Company, of. Green, to the American note May not Mr and the good fellows will bo bidding isters and wo feel that wo are for- -' In an engagement between Ind has compteted'the work of leas- expected before the end of" tSe present . wounded mates, tho tunato in being able to secure him of them. The colonel said so farewell to their school in a statement called forth by the re- - cavalrymen under Col. George A. ing oil land iff tfcia coanty. During week. It may be presented on SatBr-da- y. graduates never to return to tho for our baccalaureate address. cent utterances, "Stand by the presl- - Dodd and 60 Villa bandits at Toma-dent,- the past two weeks It has leased over e scene of their happy days, In the roll but he spoke for the men who chlo, In the center of the Sierra 1,000 acres In the. eastern part of of students. Such a parting brings NASHVILLE LAWYER IS Washington, April 26. Count vos would have to do the fighting andiMadres, In Western Chihuahua, on the county. It Is said, It will begin a pang of regrot to tho heart of the KILLED BY" ANOTHER who would die by the thousands be--' April 22, according to an official drilling wltam a few- - weeks. There Bernstorff, the German Ambassador, that octhoughtful student r casion a long step Is for upon the path of the country's unprepared- - pore reaching here today, are several abandoned wells in this In response to s. request from the" taken in Nashville, Tenn., April 26. At- ness. Col. Roosevelt said: Thek Villa commands under four section that have some oil In them Berlin Foreign Office, has cabled sugy of life and tho ties that bind a school torney Charles C. Trabue shot and ''Men are saying that they stand , chiefs, Baca, Cervanfeesjaad .Domln-behln- d yet, and the farmers pump it for use. gestlons for a course In the subma aro loosened, then killed Attorney Harry S. Stokes here day friendship the president of by the presl- - ""guez and Rlos,was surprised in the Pullskl is said Xp be between two big rine crisis, which he believes will wane, but tho school days friend Is this morning. They had been oppos.After oil fields, the Wayne and. Estill and avert a break with the United State. dent. I wish to speak for the men late afternoon .and routed. happy ing counsel In the never entirely forgotten. Tho '"taxpayr The Ambassador also sent by who, in 'the evjii TofwaP.wIll stand th'efoattlgUaajAjHMM.:fcran-hthe thought of being through one's high ers' suit," Involving tho probe Into wireless a message to his Government ana nineteen Tsrnma-twee- n In front of the president, and be aeaa Mexicans by the school work Is overshadowed Mr. Stokes was tho city affairs. asking that no action be taken uattl Mouse Saves Nlae Lives. him and the foreign enemy, ed.'whlle a quantity of horses, arms solemnity of bidding farewell to one's chief counsel for the taxpayers since Minneapolis, Minn., ApriL 23. A his cable message had been received. and who, therefore, will stand be- - and "equipment was captured. alma matre. the probe began last summer. Mr. Reports received here made no pet white mouse saved the lives of The" request from the Foreign Ofltc men who are The graduating classes of tho va- Trabue was recently employed as tween danger and the suggestions' of Villa himself being with nine persons the other day when, the for the Ambassador's county special counsel to represent the city. behind or beside the president. rious high schools of 'Ohio the band, although it had been re-- home of Thomas Dromecks caught contained the statement that Ger- Fight, Regardless of Cost. this year are, on the whole, unusualThe shooting occurred in Mr. fire. The mouse ran across the baby's many was prepared to go to gfM "Theso are the men who will go to porfe'd, previously that he was In h ly large. Reports from tho schools Stokes' office. Three shots were at once If there Is war with Ger- - lng'lnlthe mountains in that vicinity, face; It cried and awakened tho lengths to prevent a rupture. Indicate that a good year's work has fired, according to first reports. Death reports placed the bandit mother, who alarmed the household. Tho fact that there has been sel many, or with any other great been done In all. Teachers and stu- Is said to have been instantaneous. an exchange of dispatches between er, and who feel as I do, hat we leader at Monoava, about fifty miles dents alike are now preparing for the embassy and Berlin was confirm' would far rather go to war unprepar- - south of Tomachlc, which" is approx-e-d the commencement exercises and ed mllean southwest PROGRESSIVES TO but nothing in detail was than see our women and children lmately sixty-fiv- e some excellent entertainment is In LIKENS WILL PAY disclosed as to their contents. murdered with Impunity, and the of Chihuahua City, belief was firm store for the public. It is considered probable that Dn here that Villa was not with the com- honor of the flag stained. CONVENE SATURDAY Tho names of tho graduates and von Bethmann-Hollwethe Imperial PERCENT DIVIDEND "But it is a wicked thing that the mand engaged, Fords-vill- e programs of the Hartford and Chanpellor, took with him when he Bandits Sarprlsed. folly of our rulers in obeying the be- - J High Schools follow. Under tho nan-- ! left Berlin last night to visit the Em' The Villa., bandits Were encamped ViAsts of thn s direction of Mr. H. E. Drown and Mr. peror at grand headquearters In aJagged rocky canyon when they.DI8TRICTCOJfVENTIOJfSENI)OR8E pie and the apostles of Fred Shultz these schools have had DEPOSITORS OF DUNDEE DEPOSIT ROOSEVELT STATE MEET containing recommendation edness should make the sacrifice caught sight of the American column year. BA,NK WILL EVENTUALLY BE an excellent ING AT LOUISVILLE. J. Oft As the round of the Ambassador. either useless-o- r else nee'dloM.and rlrtlfletoward . tfrgffo,,, about ,l.ou PAID IN FULL. Commencement dt Hartford. v o'clock In. the afternoon. Tho Mexi trlpv between Berlin and. the head" appallingly wasteful In blood. quarters requires forty hours, and Commencement exercises of Hartcan bugles immediately sounded the All Roosevelts Will Go. ford Collego begin on Sunday, May Progressives in district mass con- the Chancellor must have time to "In the event of such a war my call to arms. Through the mounMr. G. B. Likens, special deputy 14, 1916, with the baccalaureate serfour sons will go, and one, and per tain pass the two commands strug- - ventions throughout the State Mon- confer with the Emperor and other mon at tho Methodist church which banking commissioner for tfio Dun- haps both of my sons-in-laI will Sled, the Villa bandits dropping all day named del6gates to the "State officials, It Is considered unlikely will be delivered by Rev. F. D. Kers- - dee Deposit. Band, returned from a go myself; the young ktnfolk of my cumbersome equipment In a preclpl- - convention to be held at the Gait that definite word of the Intentions of Imen of St. Louis, editor of the Chris- short business trip to Frankfort jsons will go; so my words are spoken tate flight before Col. Dodd's caval- - House In Louisville next Saturday, tho German Government can reach, and stated to a representa- iwlth my eyes open. I Tuesday tian Evangelist. and to the national convention to be the United States before the end of jrymen. OnTuesday evening at the Collego tive of The Republican that he felt I "It Is of small consequence what Onco during the flight the Villa held at Chicago June 7. As was ex- the week. auditorium tho pupils of Misses Pen- safe In saying that the depositors of happens to us of the older genera- - forces received reinforcements and pected, Theodore Roosevelt was InGeneva, Switzerland, April 25 (vio-Parl-s, dleton and Moore will give an oper- the Dundee Deposit Bank, now being Hon, but when I think of the young attempted vainly to. make a stand dorsed In practically every instance April 36, German newspapGoose and Co." liquidated would be paid in full. Ho men, my heart grows bitter that against tho Americans. When night for the Progressive nomination for etta, entitled "Mother ers are now taking a more serioaa 50 per cent divi- I About Btxty children of tho first, sec- 'also stated that a their fine and gallant lives should be came the pursuit became increasing- - President of the United States, and ond, third and fourth grades will dend would be paid to the depositors sacrificed, not to the nation's need, ,y difficult because of nature of the in one Instance affilatlon with the view of the German American situa I They say Emperor William i Monday. Checks will be mailed to I terrain, honeycombed as it is with Republicans In the coming election tlon. take part. but to the nation's folly. expected to return to Berlin from Wednesday evening the Intermedi- the creditors, the commissioner makgorges and trails, was advocated. "I would far rather see them dead mountain caves, general headquarters. ate grades under Miss Flencr and ing It plain that no checks would bo than to see them flinch from fheir!ln which there arc many Jagged M. J. Holt and Wood F. Axton, of In the meantime' Americans atgrades under Mr. Howard (paid In person at his office in Dun duty when the honor of our people is rocks, ruinous to the feet of horses, Grammer George W. Jolly, of Louisville; tempting to leave Germany by way Co, Dodd pursued the Villa ban- - Owensboro; Brutus J. Clay, of "Rich- give two short plays "Royalty in Old dee. concerned, hut If we go to war now. ThoVcredltors of the bank, whlha these young man, and "all o'f their' fe- - d,tB toward Mlnaca his base, where-- ( mondj- - and John M. Galloway, of of Switzerland are encountering difVirginia," "Tho Patriotic Peanut Many of them aro held up Stand," a sunflower drill by sixteen feeling reasonably safe that they lows will die in" thousands of fever hef nw reported gr be Waiting". Bowling" reen, were among those ficulties. at Constance, the Baden frontier barwould receive their deposits, will and dysentery soveral character songs. indorsed by various of the mass girls, and and lung trouble jn BUJ,i",OB' ing been closed since yesterday. A Thursday evening, May 18, the welcome the news that there is little, the camps, because wehaye not pre- Tne nineteen Villa wounded, taken conventions as delegates-at-larg- e to number of them already have arrivpresents "The Girl from or no doubt that they will be paid in pared in advance because they and'm the engagement, and the twenty-thos- e the national convention. Senior clasa ed at Basel. They are convinced that Upper 7," a three act Western Come- full. In the F,lrst district a woman was who lead and care for them flTO horses and arms captured, were rupture between Germany and Mr. Likens was unable to say Just present time. Tho cast of to await Gen. Per- named as delegate to the State con- a dy of tho taken to Mlnaca have not been trained In advance. States Is inevitable. ho thought the affairs of the shing's .orders as to their disposi- vention and also the national convencharacters consists of nine girls and when Laxity Means Butchery. e dofunct Institution would be wound Col, Dodd was officially com- tion. Most of the conventions were boys. tion. ten To Pay Kentucky $1,409. "They will be butchered needless- mended up. The work Is progressing in a On Friday evening May 19, Prof. for the promptness shown by poorly attended, in one district only Washington, April 24. The bill to manner, however, and ly In battle because we havo failed his Bmall outnumbered force. Noo of Stato University will addresa business-lik- e four Progressives attending the meet- reimburse the State of Kentucky for liquidation will be effected In duo to prepare masses, of artillery and ing. Natives Are Bitter. tho graduating clnss. Miss Geneva tho $1,400.44, the amount of expenses it machine guns and motor trucks and e Other reports reaqhing here told Drown Is Valedictorian, her subject time. Incurred in aiding the Federal Govshells and aeroplanes, and have fall- - of bitter feeling expressed toward WAR COSTS BELLIGERENTS being "Uncrowned Kings" and Mr. ernment to raise ihe volunteer army ed to provide and train the men who Amerlcans by natlveB of the district SUM OF $00,000,000 A DAY for the war with Spain, was reported GUmoro Keown, class representative, "SPOONING" ALLOWED ON shall manage all the formidable and m wnlch tho eneagement occurred, subject "American Ideas." PARK BENCHES AT CAPITAL jr to the Senate by the favorably delicate mechanism of war. and ot.tnoIr mtonse partisanship for Tho graduating class this year Is New York, April 25. War now is Committee on Claims. The measure "Tweniy-on- o monius nave passeu vllla reln-slnu ,s asaumod that the costing tho nations of Europe more has a place on the regular calendar Washington, April 23. "Spoontho largest slnco tho establishment the great war began, and dur- - ( forcomont the Mexlcan command g than $90,000,000 a day, according to of tho High School, composing nine ing," while not recognized by that all this tlmo we havo not pre- - celved wa8mado up of natives from estimates prepared In a booklet to be and the expectation is that It will be generic term, Is permitted In . tho girls and thirteen boys. adopted in a short time. The class will ubo tho High School parks of Washington Just as It Is In pared In even the smallest degree, tno vicinity. Issued by the Mechanics & Mejals Naii in order, if possible, to avert war , Rop0rts indicate that numbers of tional Bank of this city. Of this enor- EXPECT 28,000 CIVILIANS caps and gown. Following Is tho Pittsburgh, whero the chief of police us, or, If It could bo averted, to men , bands of two or thre6i mous total the principal burden falls confesses he docs not know what from AT SUMMER TRAINING CAMP class roll: wage It effectively and successfully. Misses Eva Dutler, Willie Llndley, "spooning" Is, and Intends fostering ar0 maklng tnoIr way lnto the west- - on the Entente Allies. The bank "The pacifists and firn fnBtnfiSRfiq of tho sierras. Washington, April 24. War DeBoula Moore, Hula King, Elizabeth It. that the cost per hour to Eng pesj people have had their will and Mary Col, W. W. Harts, superlntednent Davidson, Salllo Coleman, land, France and Russia Is approxi- partment reports indicate that atour" rulers nt Washington havo bowCOMPOSING MACHINE TO mately $2,500,000 whilo to tho Te:-ton- 'c tendance at the army Instruction Xaura Pendleton, Evelyn Clark, Ge- of buildings and grounds, when InSET JATANESE TYPE empires tho cost Is In exc.j of camps for civilians this summer will neva Brown; Messrs. James Coleman, formed that Pittsburgh's chief of po- ed to them and left us helpless and n.ooo.ooo. approximate 28,500, Secretary Baker, Pearl Sanderfur, Charley Ward, Mack lice had oxtended a general Invitation with blind fatuity they said they did A remarkable mechanical typeseton the Benton, Halley Gray Maddox, Leon to all lovers to "spoon" In tho Smoky this in tho Interests of peace. Tte total cost of the war, it it Is reporting to Congress "When will our people learn that ter, one that will provide tor tho BUhop, Worden Newbolt, Russol City parks, said: still in progress August 1 next will department's plans tor the camps, peace of unpreparedness Is tho, thousands of characters needed tor a tuy.j been $46,000,000,GH. Of this asked tor an appropriation of $454,-08- 5 "We do not know what "spooning" tho Pirtle, Arthur MInton, Marvin Hoovpeace of cowardice and folly, and Japanese newspaper, has been' InGllmore Keown, Edward Duko is here, but the parks of Washington er, for their expenses. sain Creat Britain's share will have Germany ;t a $11,600,000,000. are open to lovers, sweethearts, beaux may at any time lead to overwhelm- vented by S. Sheba, editor of the And Ellis Dell. ing dlsastor? , Had a Right To Do It-"Hawaiian Shlmpo." Tho machine, trine les: and France' $9 2."VtC,-0U- 0 and belles and others under the spell Commencement at Fordsvllle. "Crime Against Nation." The Magistrate looked severely at which the "Pacific Commercial Adof the tenderer emotion. April 27. Ky., Fordsvllle, "The failure of our rulers at vertiser" of Honolulu describes as d man who had Tvwi years of tho war, thn '.ooklet the small, "There is no regulation prohibiting Fordsvlllo High School Is Just closing Washington to prepare during these looking like a huge contrivance for states, will cost six times raoro g than been summoned before him and who in Washington parks. twenty-on- e of the most successful terms In one months of war when, even ltntltnil atnnlfl la 19 fact IrttlfV and wv vmo mu the full amount, expended In the Civil returned his gaze without flinching. t; her history. We have enrolled In These parks aro tor the beautlflcatlon a child ought to havo seen what was utuuiub ovcaaoi o am 4 "So you kicked your landlord feet from War; wil reach a sum forty times High School department elghty-flv- e of the city and the recreation and en- lmpendlng.haa represented a folly so aB0Ut 28 Inches across, the the floor to the top of the thousands mora than the amount of our na- downstairs?" quired the Magistrate. joyment of Its inhabitants, Benches pupils, which is fifteen more than laden with lovers cannot but contrib- extromo that In its effect it was a of slender brass type tubes, that tional debt, and will be 120 times "Did you imagine that was within were enrolled last year. crime against the nation." crown it. It was a most intricate more than the cost of the Panama the'rlght of a tenant?" Tho closing exercises begin May 8, ute to the beautlflcatlon plan, and "I'll bring the lease in and show problem that this Japanese mechani- Canal, May 12. We have planned what Is more human and delightful and close Notice To Housekeepers. it to you," said the little, growing cal genius had to sdlve. There are is there to be found than On recreation for a very interesting week. Call on Acton Bros, for Disc Har- redder, "and I'll wager you'll agrer Buy Ellis Milling, Co,' Blue Rib- three distinct methods of writing Tuesday evening a play entitled "Mra lovemaklng?" e bon Flour. Every sack1 eeatains a Japanese. To the. American printer rows, Cultivators, two row and, one wlth'me that anything they've Briggs of the Poultry Yard" will be to prohibit in that lease I had v. Hamburg has an experimental coupon which entitles you; to a piece the feature of tbqmachine Is the row Corn drills. given by the Juniors. On Wednes a right to do the very first chance 1 ACTON BROS. - plant that obtains power from the of Aluminum Ware' at' Wholesale forest of brass sb Ires that rise like day evening the Primary and Inter.. got." Exchange. Uhe pipes of an orfas, or the spines 42t2 . Hartford, Ky, prlee. rooms will entertain. On ebb and flow of North Sea tides. ROOSEVELTS ARE TWO AMERICANS READTTO FALUN Quia-enberr- y, to-d- ay "" se Waytte-axia&i&- id-w- ar pow-Whitel- to-da- y, $0 g, npapp-nt-nnv-nri- ro anti-prepa- dis-patc- r- 1 the-Unite- co re-in- v,a anti-prepare- to-d- bi-e- red-face- love-makin- i for-gott- on mediate ; M.jj.tc-- r s Vl ". ff V j " .. Ju , V . , Iti. vmwmji&iMmMSiVMnBmuiumuiiiuM wmmjwujw uti m NOTICE-SPECI- AL ROAD BOND ELECTION V M ORDERS OHIO COUNTY COUIIT, '.i Regular Term, Cth day of March, 1916. Hon. Jno. D. Wilson,' J. 0. C. C, Presiding. Williams, Guy Statler, J. A. Johnson, J. H. Thomas nnd 3G3 other J. D. freeholders and legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, having on this tho an Cth day of March, 1916, filed their petition In this Court asking that nipotinn lm held In Ohio County, Kentucky, for tho purposo of voting on tho f 300,000) DOLLARS quostlon of Issuing THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND bridges In of bonds of Ohio County for tho purpose of building roads and County and asking that tho Court enter an order directing tho Sheriff said to hold an election for said purposo on the 20th, day of May, 1916, and tho Court having examined said Petition and tho signatures thereto, and the purpose thereof, nnd being advised sustains said potltlon, nnd NOW ORDERS that an election be held In Ohio County, Kentucky, and In each of the regular established and existing voting precincts thereof on tho 20th day of May 191C, same being more than sixty days after the filing of the petition nnd the entering of this order, for tho purposo of taking tho sense of tho legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, as to whether or not they are in favor of Issuing THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND ($300,000) DOLLARS of bonds of Ohio County for the purpose of procuring funds for tho building of roads and bridges In said County. The Sheriff of Ohio County Is ordered and directed to conduct said election, and he Is further directed to advertise same and tho objects thereof Tor at least thirty days before the date thereof In each of following newspapers published In Ohio County, Kentucky, viz; Hartford Republican, and Hartford Herald, they being all the newspapers published In Ohio County, and ho shall also advertise same by printed hand bills posted up at not less than four public places in each voting precinct in the County and aftlfe front- - door of the Court House in Hartford, Kentucky, same to be posted not less than thirty days before the date of said election. Said Sheriff will submit to the voters of the County at said election the following question; "ARE YOU IN FAVOR OP ISSUING THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND ($300,000) DOLLARS IN BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF BUILDING ROADS AND BRIDGES?" Said Section The officers ballots will be prepared as la provided for in General Election law, 1459 of Kentucky Statutes. election herein provided for shall bo conducted by those election who conducted the regular November 1915 election. JOHN B. WILSON, J. O. C. C. A True Copy Attest: "W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Clerk of Ohio County Court. as tho result of a trench dream In which tho soldier again lived through his burial by a mlno explosion four weeks bofore. When ho awoko ho complained that ho could not see and imagined that his sight had been lost as a result of the explosion. When his eyelids wero raised ho could see as well as ever. FISH WITH SHOVEL Cincinnati Workmen Cleaning ins Scoop Up Gold Ones. Bos- - Rheumatic Pain Stopped. Tho drawing of muscles, tho soreness, stiffness and agonizing pain of Rheumatism quickly yield to Sloan's Ljnlmcnt. It stimulates circulation to tho painful part. Just apply as directed to tho sore spots. In a short tlmo tho pain gives way to u tingling sensation of comfort and warmth. Hero's proof "I havo. had wonderful relief slnco I used your Liniment on my knee. To think ono application gave mo relief. Sorry I havn't space to toll you tho history. Thanking you for what your remedy has done for mo." James S. Ferguson, Phllada, Pa. Sloan's Liniment kills 3 pain. 25c at druggists. , BRIEFS FOR THE RAISER OF POULTRY Allow the breeding stock a run In the open air whenever posslblo for health's sake. Hens without green food in spring frequently eat tho Inst year's dried grass and become crop-bound. I ( TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY KENTUCKY: Pursuant to the above order there will be an election held at the various places of voting in Ohio County, on the 20th day of May, 1916, for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, on the question as to whether or not theJ are In favor of issuing THREE HUNDRED 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 same times and said election conducted in tho same manner as other general elections and by those election officers who conducted the regular November election in 1915. Given under my hand this 8th day of April 1916. S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff of Ohio County. t J . i r i ii : accompanied by various pains and unusually severe headaches. In some cases this shaking has been observed HORRORS OF WAR to last several (lavs,, and even weeks.. . InlfVinMfFh In mnet nctntinoa lia rliir-i- . tlon is of a few hours. In one instance this trembling came after a PHILADELPHIA SURGEON TELLS soldier had twice been buried In a OF WEIRD SCENES IN THE mine explosion, and been through a FRENCH HOSPITALS. charge and under heavy bombardment In a trench and finally was hit by a piece of rock, which while not LOSS 0FMEM0RYC0MM0N injuring him, knocked him down. In his case the tremor of the head was marked, and lasted for some time. Temporary loss of memory is a Mental Effect of Harrowing Experiencommon thing with the men who ces Causes Queer Actions A Good Family Cough Syrup. have been through some extremely Ily Soldiers. trying period or who have suffered a Can be made by mixing Pine-Ta- r, sudden shock. One such soldier, Aconite, Sugar, Hyoscyamus, Sassaafter being near a shell which ex- fras, Peppermint, Ipecac, Rhubarb, That the horrors of trench war- ploded, could remember nothing Mandrake, Capsicum Muriato Amfare, with its sudden alarms at night, which happened to him until he came monia, Honey and Glycerine. It Is the bursting of shells and the bury- to himself walking along a lane pleasant, healing and soothing, raises ing of men by mine explosions, have some time later. Another man In the phlegm, and gives almost in a lasting effect on the men who hospital thought himself back In stant relief. For conveyance of undergo them Is the conclusion the the trenches and became violent, those who prefer not to fuss, It Is reached by Dr. E. Murray Auer of moving cupboard about as though supplied ready made in 25c bottles Philadelphia, Pa., who for some time It were his a machine gun and pointing under name of Dr. Bell's was attached to tho Twenty-secon- d Can be had at your drugit at his enemies. When he suddenGeneral Hospital of the British ex- ly returned to a normal state, he gist. Insist on getting Dr. Bell's peditionary force, "Somewhere in could remember nothing of his exand see that the forFrance." 3 mula Is on tho package. perience. In a paper which was read recently a One of the most common, nnd at before the Philadelphia Neurological Spanish Flag at San Diego. Society and which appears In the cur- tho same time most pitiful, of the A Spanish flag 16 x 10 feet has rent Issue of the Medical Record, Dr. many mental results of tho struggle been received from King Alphonso of Auer gives tho results of his observa- is the inability to sleep soundly and Spain by President G. A. Davidson of recurrence of trench dream. tions. the San Diego 19 10 Exposition along In practically all of tho cases It is not uncommon, Dr. Auer says, with the king's regret that ho could which were observed by Dr. Auer, to see soldiers start from their bods not bo present Dedication Day, March the soldiers received no appreciable in tho middle of thp night, crying 18. The Spanish emblem was physical Injury, tho effect being pure- out and weeping, tho bodies bathed raised on a great flag polo on tho In perspiration as they dream of bely mental. One such Instauco cited Plaza do Panama at noon dedication by tho physician was found In a boy ing chased by Germans with bayonets day by Spanish Consul, Count del of beiug buried under debris follow19 years old. This boy had been for Vallo do Salazar. Spain Is represent three days under a sustained and ing a mlno explosion and of losing ed in the exposition by exhibits. tho trench in a fog and bolng unable heavy shell fire. At tho end of that oo time he was threatened by his ser- to get back. Splendid For Rheumatism. geant with court-martiFear of New Brand. for sleeping "I think Chambcrlalu's Liniment while on sentry duty. This led to an Tho fear which commonly found is Just splendid for rheumatism." examination and tho sending of tho Is not tho kind which a layman would writes Mrs. Dunburgh, Eldrldgo, N. boy to tho hospital. Ho was in a stu- oxpect. The soldiers do not fear Y. "It has been used by myself and por for 10 days. Tho same was true to themselves. They are aro other members of my family tlmo of another soldier who had seen his rather afraid of doing something and tlmo again during tho past six chum blown to pieces. wrong, a fear of an emergency in years and has always given tho best Men in Weird Performances. which ho will fall or that ho will loso of satisfaction.! Tho quick relief Curing tho time of their coma, tho confidence of his comrades. In from pain which Chamberlaln'a Linwhich In somo cases lasted nioro than one Instance tho patient was afraid iment offords is alouo 'worth many u week, tho soldiers gavo tho Impres- to go to sleep for fear ho would not times tho cost. Obtainablo everysion that thoy again wero living awake, Ono man who had no fear of where, m through tho experiences which had being wounded had a wild desire to caused tho stupor to come on. This got away from the din of battle and In Cochin China tho Inhabitants was evidenced by their terrified ex- seemed really afraid of the noise. prefer rotten eggs to fresh ones. pressions. They crouched, started Blindness and deafness aro freand starod wildly when spoken to. quently found, but one of tho most Ono such man rose from his bed in unusual of tho phenomena in this' I tho middle of tho night and recited connection Is the presence of photo- phobia, tho fear of looking, d in a conversation his oxIn many For Infants and Children porleuco of a charge and burial by a Instances men are fouud who comOver mlno explosion, and then relasped In- - plain that they cannot see. In such In Us ito his stuporous state. instances, when their eyes aro open- Always bears the Another result of shock, according ed for them, they can see without any Signature of 4o Dr. Auer's observations, is a con difficulty. One Instance of this came ' Pine-Tar-Honey al in-Ju- ry one-side- TRENCH DREAMS tinued shaking of the entire body, Thoroly disinfected brooders lessen likelihood of diseased chicks. Sun kills dlscaso germs and also purines. Give the broods plenty of sunshine. Neither chicks nor fowls can thrive without constant fresh air. Broodcr3, coops or houses which cannot bo perfectly ventilated are always unsatisfactory. The turkeys aro apt to begin to lay this month. Glvo them good nests In corners where thoy will feel hidden and sure that their eggs are safe. Turkeys' nests must be watched while nights are cold, tho eggs pick ed up every day and nest eggs put in their places so that the turkey hen will not miss them. Early goslings bring tho most money in the market because they are good slzo when the market is strong. Set eggs now. Ducks lay in tho corners of tho pen and therefore need plenty of bedding so that they can cover their eggs if they want to. Sometimes they hide them so well that they are hard to find. You can gain tho confidence of mother birds and their broods by systematic gentling and thus make It much easier to care foi, them. Study the individual characteristics of poultry. This will prove Interest ing and be of real assistance to you In shows and sales. Mice can make trouble and cause you loss by nesting under tho mother hen. hog. One Pen up the chicken-eatin- g case of carelessness In leaving a fence unmended or a bar down may cost you dear. , Cincinnati, April 24. Fishing with a shovel Is a now plscatoral activity at Cincinnati, whero tho International Association of Rotary Clubs will hold Its seventh annual convention July Thousands of goldfish fill tho lakes among tho slxty-thre- o acres of the Zoological Gardens whero tho Rotarlans will havo an afternoon and evening filled with entertainment. During the fall tho basins of theso lakes aro filled with thousands of falling leaves, and every spring workmen are obliged to clean them. Last week this cleaning process commenced. Tho workmen were now to tho Job and unacquainted with tho habits of the fish. Hence they shoveled forth severnl cartloads of debris, before it was discovered that hundreds of gold-fis- h wero In the refuse After that It was necessary to sort over every shovelful during tho cleaning process. These lake3 will rcqulro soveral weeks to clean, and when tho work is finished, may be obthousands of gold-fis- h served thru the clear waters. N,atural-l- y the fish aro not included in tho census of the Zoo, which, according to figures Just complied includes more than 2,000 birds, beasts and reptiles, besides thousands of trees and plants from nil parts of tho world. 15-2- 0. ni n ""..'i- . l GASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That W'-- . -, v MM0K A if "V .tv Genuine Castoria - r " .r.,ir-rpr.riCEJ- ni 3 AYdaLleftf panhottWAS" ibSthcStoKhsandJffli 4 tiicssnndRcsttoktoKiw rt Ophuuirorplunciiorx"--xVv- Always Bears the Signature of M In MFcusmuaOB. ( narcotic. iVV Use jacStmfcStfnato For Over 5jnTc5tIroCot: TVTEW Btate of Ohio. City of Toledo. 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Calumetdoes-lt'aPu- re anil (u superior to aour milk and soda. Iva Noll, Prop. HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. Subscribe for The Hartford Repub Ucab 91.00 per year. Daviess Co. Bus. College, K s6u Incorporated OWENSBORO, KY. r -- - ! . .CJL ,. , ,l si KENTUCKY, POLITICALLY AND OTHERWISE By IRVIN 8. COBB. by disinterested bystanders that tho war was really over, tho Kentucky Confederates and tho Kentucky Unionists embraced across the Bloody Chasm, and then resumed pleasant and congenial hostilities in tho political' arena right where they had left off four years before, tn order to bo suro there would always bo enough foemen to furnish enter- talnment, a considerable number of tho Confederates became Radical publicans and an equal proportion of tho Union men Joined tho shattered Democratic party. Again the situation becamo typical, traditional and Re-Nor- th gS9i!B$!SSS CALL, AND Our Big Line of FOR MEN, WOMEN CHILDREN. A big line on display. ffho Stato of Kentucky is shaped Note: Through tho courtesy of tho editor of tho American Magazine like a camel lying down. The straw Tho Republican Is nblo to publifdi tho following nrtlclo on "Kentucky," by ono of Kentucky's famous sons. It is one of n scries that broko the camel's back was tho first tlmo tho State went Republican of articles on "Tho Glory of tho States," now appearing In Tho American Magazine, and wo feci sure thnt It will prove pleasingly InterestThat was In tho nineties, and to the community at largo tho shock was ing to our renders, practically all of whom arc now or have been so profound that several gentlemen Kcntucklnns. The Editor. of tho old Bcliool for a.tlmo thought seriously of taking their letters out er bo right than President. See pub- home, and vice versa. It takes an of tho church. Since then tho samo lished lives of Henry Clay and John expert to distinguish tho difference thing has happened so frequently that C. Ureckinrldgo. between them, but tho Tennesseean Moving along farther westward, has two ancestors who hailed from tho sight of a Kentucky Republican Carolina for every ono who holding a stato ofllco no longer you como to tho Dcargrass, where shakes a conservative's belief In tho Louisville, tho metropolis of tho stato hailed from Virginia, whereas tho cxlstcnco of an Power; and proudly stands with a halo of soft Kentucklan has two from Virginia tho camel's back Is getting used to coal smoko wreathing her brow and for every one from North Carolina. thd sensation of being broken. It un- millions of silently dropped lower- Tho Kentucklan maintains that Morderwent a sovero strain no longer ago case r's plied about her hlgharchcd gan was tho greatest cavalryman insteps; then, Injturn, to tho Darrens, that over lived; tho Tennesseean than last November. Tho eastern end of tho state is tho to tho Ponnyrllo, and finally to tho claims that honor for Forest. At mountainous or perpendicular end Purchase, leaving Its toes In tho ono time tho controversy reached a Here, from tho beginning of things, Father of Waters, and onco in a whllo point where the disputants were get- until comparatively recently, resided when Father gets rampageous, climb- ting ready to take pot shots at ono but tho congenital feudist and tho incur- - ing up on stilts to avo'ld having Its another across tho boundary, harmony was restored through the ablo moonshinist. Tho latter still ex- Adam's apple laved, too. ercises his hereditary calling in aj In tho western portion of the stato efforts 'of a sago who recalled In tho cave on a creek up a cove, with a is to bo found Mammoth Cave, tho nick of tlmo that a great many rodo with Morgan and a mcasuro of corn to feed his still and largest natural oriflco on tho contia mossy place under n trco for tho nent, with ono exception. However, great many Kentucklans with Forcustomer to Ho down on afterward; tho ono out at Lincoln moves about rest. It has been nlleged.nnd not withfilling Chautauqua but tho gcritlo bushwhakcr has al- considerably, most vanished. Either ho Is taking a dates, whereas Kentucky's cavern is out some color of plausibility, that postgraduato course In chair bottoms practically stationary, and has been Kentucklans aro belligerent by naat tho Frankfort penitentiary, or ho doing business at the samo stand ture. Wo do not deny it. The crest ocof our state shows two gentlemen in and now over since tho original cave-I- n hy been fatally forty-fourc- d coats, holding each othsleeps in tho family burying ground curred. Every year thousands of swallow-for- k never found er firmly by the right hand. Tho inon the slant of the Cumberland hills, easterners who havo d toes sticking up tlmo to look at Niagara Falls go to tent of the pictUro is plain. So Jong with his at tho lower end of tho mound to Kentucky to see the Mammoth Cave, ai they both hoU hands, neither can rfach for his hardware Tho motto save tho cost of foot stones. In his passing on their way many Kentuckinspected tho :avc which goes with this device is "Unitplace, that happy child of optimism, lans who haven't thifEastcrn capitalist Is boring for yet, but feel their education can ed Wo Stand, Divided We Fall T6." oil and delving for coal and hacking never bo complete until they havo F,y an oversight, tho designers left for hardwood, and meanwhile dreams gazed upon tho beauties of Niagara. off tho word "To" from the end of sweet dreams of eighty per cent divi- This Is a double tribute to tho com- tho phrase. It has been deemed to add it here. pelling eloquenco of railroad passendends. When tho Civil war came along. of tho ger ngents. Somewhat nor' by nor'-eaTho western counties concede to Kentucky, following her own halgeographical center of tho commonwealth, about where tho camel would the Dluo Grass supremacy in stock lowed example, split squarely in wear his fourth stomach, Is tho DIuo breeding, but direct attention to their twain. Kentucky gave more recruits d men, and to the Union than Ohio, and more to Grass country. While In tho company largo accrage of of Kentucklans you may havo heard whllo on tho subject mention, for ex- tho Confederacy than Florida. We point with jride to thse figtho Blue Grass country mentioned. ample, Abraham Lincoln and JefferThe native son has a littlo way of son Davis, both born In tho samo ures. Nor do wo havo ;o prove them. in tho samo section, of Wo gainsay them. speaking of it casually in conversaAfter Leo had surrendered, after You gather that he Is not ex- tho samo sturdy stock, and each seetion. actly ashamed of having hailed from ing it, according to his subsequent Richmond had fallen, after, nlnc-tentof tho BOldlers of the Confedthat particular locality. Ho may re- environment. and eracy had furled their rent battle Topographically, politically fer to It as God's country. Undeniably, it Is. It's conformation Is heaven- socially, Kentucky Is very much llko flags and laid down their arms, Kensent; its politics come from tho Other Tennessee, its nearest and dearest tucky still declined to knock off and Place. From tlmo to tlmo this dis- sister. A Tennesseean is merely a call it a day. At length, having been convinced trict produces a man who would rath Kentucklan who was born away from All-Wi- se ns still-bootest full-sizehalf-decad- e, SEE Spring Goods! AND We have the most attractive Merchandise and price that we have ever shown. Come in and see for proper. Politically, Kentucky. Politically, Kentucky of recent years has calmed down somewhat, nlthough our campaigns aro yet very far from being tho affairs observed elsewhere In tho Union. To the true Kentucklan, pol- itlcs is not a recreation merely. With him it Is a calling, a profession, and a lifetime avocation. Hospitality Is his religion, but pontics Is his habit. At this time of writing, tho issues of prohibition and woman suffrage engage the voter's mind. Suffrage gains ground steadily, but it has not yet enlisted so strong a following as in certain nearby states. Having for so long regarded woman as his superior, the Kentucklan Is reluctant to make her his equal. Of the seven original Jokes In the world there to eight now, since a gentleman at Detroit, Michigan, popbut of the ularized the Jltney-blloriginal seven the first and foremost dealt with the Kentucky colonel and ry yourself. S Hub ClotHittg Co. HARTFORD, KY. $$$SSTO$S$$$$SSSS$$ Vanderbilt Training School for Boys s S J ELKTON, KY. Will help parents develop their eons into the best type of citizens and Christia-gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- tered and comes from the best homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there-f- g fore, reservations should be made early. Place your son in this select gioup of boys. Write n . o hs Beats Feeding Corn Nearly Ten to One Owensboro, Ky., April 15, 1916. his toddy. This being so, it will como as a shock to many to learn that local option prevails over most of Kentucky. Four out of every five counties aro so dry that often a stranger must travel nearly half a block to get a drink. Kentucky offers more contradictions than cny other state In the entire Blsterhood. It is Inseparably and forever of the Union, yet standing apart and insisting always upon tho right to administer its own affairs in its own way. Within its boundaries aro spots which breed more plzen Republicans to the square inch than Vermont does. Ten miles away, or twenty, are other spots which In thought, mood, custom and speech aro as typically southern as though they stretched along the gulf, instead of being, as they sometimes arc, within shooting distance of the Mason and' Dixon line. Ytou find towns where scarce a colored brother abides, and other towns where he to forty per constitutes thlrty-flv- o cent of the population and practically all of tho leisure class. When Gabriel's trumpet blows, some of the 5 ff J 5 6 MSTHENEY & BffTTS For catalogue and information. Box A. llllllllllllllllllllllllll ri Read Mr. letter there Yewell's " Glonmoro Distilleries Co. Owensboro, Ky. Gentlemen: I have been fooding your Liquid Stock Food to hogs fur CwolVfa mouths or more, and I'Havo never h fed anything at tho samo prico that was oqual to of its feeding value. I havo no trouble with constipation as I do in feeding corn. , Will give you some figures on cost of feeding a small bunch of hogs from March 16th to April 15th seventeen at an nvorago of 150 pounds two sows and fifteen pigs. This ontiro lot is being fed all they can. per day for tho entire consume ovory day nt 25 lot, and aro making as much gain as they would on three bushels of corn per day at a cost of 75c per bushel or $2.25. You will see, at this rate for thirty ? 67.50 days, tho corn would cost 7.213-Liquid Hog Feed at 25 for 30 days ono-tento 6-7 and see what it would mean to you to raise hogs and feed them on our concentrated Kentucklans are not going to answer, unless they think it's a dinner horn. Marse Gabriel will have to blow her again. Of late, Kentucky has gone In less for pistol toting and more for better schools; for fewer homicides and a greater number of good roads. Yet in her essentials she is what she al ways has been. She lends tho planet and the subdivision thereof In the production of chewing tobacco and Bourbon distillations, which age in the wood, or would do so were it not for tho demands of the New York clubs. Likewise, she leads In fine, fast horses; in Jiemp, although not so much hemp since the electric chair came Into common use and the lynchings began to fall off; in corn bread, without any sugar In It; in hog Jowl and turnip greens; in ancestors; im colonels who inherited tho title or bad it wished on them; in poets not all of our poets write poetry, but all of them think it; in silver-tongued nlng for office in some other common- respect in which a nation Is held by ' wealth. Maybe he will never go back others is in exact ratio to tho fleets home again on anything short of a j and armies which are believed to bo requisition, but still his heart is looming In the distance and prepared Maybe mind i to back up If necessary diplomatic where his state Is. Foreign powers you, I am not Quito certain of this representations. point but maybe he will admit, If know that political considerations or you pull tho census figures on him, the length of purse of strings usually that Kentucky of late' years has not outweigh any known fitness in the Increased in population so rapidly as selection of the chiefs of our foreign ' somo of her fellow states. But in embassies and legations; they know would bid you consider that our army and our navy are foe answer he how much finer a thing it Is to be) the first of these reasons cot in state of efficiency, and that born singly In Kentucky than to be born triplets anywhere else on earth. what is known as "preparedness" Down our way we can never for- has become a domestic political issue. give Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe for "The diplomatic service is the outwriting "Uncle Tom's Cabin," not be- er bulwark of a country's national secause she painted southern slavery curity and defense. Tho leading nain such black colors but because she tions of the world have long "Since ar.has Eliza crossing the Ohio river to rived at the conclusion that outer To this day, bulwark of theirs Is most efficiently get out of Kentucky. we hold that Eliza made the mistake maintained by employing as their chief diplomatic representativps men 'Of Her life. , who have been trained as such from So there she is my native stato with all her vlrtures and her faults, their youth." By Cjll her graco and her riches. special request, the band will now render "My Old Kentucky Home." FOR FLETCHER'S Kindly stand and Join in the chorus. the-hlghe- i Liquid Stock Feed It pays, doesn't it, Mr. Farmer ? Leaving a gain in favor of Liquid Hog Feed. 60.28 for a period of thirty days. I havo found this hog feed to bo one of the best poultry feeds I ovor saw. Wo keep plenty of It where our hens got to it all hours of the day. Consequently, wo never havo to go out at night and feel of two dozen hens to find one fat enough to eat on Sunday, but Just shoot tho first ono wo see, and always And It fat and tender. Hoping you may always produce Liquid Hog Feed, tho greatest boon to Daviess County farmers we havo had for twenty years, I am, Tours respectfully, L. E. YEWELL, R. R. No. 2. 4-- 7 Write ut for further particulars as to what it will mean to you to feed hogs on our concentrated Liquid Stock Feed It will be a revelation to you Glenmore Distilleries Co. Incorporated i Owensboro, Ky. O si . . . Since the suspension of the When to many foreign countries. you have need of such a medicine Louisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, orators; In tho propor- give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a there has been quite why it tionate number of latchstrlngs hang- trial and you will understand coughs, - the use of has become so popular for a demand for a weekly Kening on the outside; ineverywith the word "Welcome" colds and croup. Obtainable doormats m tucky newspaper that gives on them; in pretty girls with soft where, all the more important state voices and tiny feet and flirtatious souls; in men who believe that Ken- KAISER IS SUFFERING news, as well as the general FROM NERVOUS SHOCK tucky has the fairest skies, the softnews, crisp editorials, good est landscapes, tho deepest waterLondon, April 12. The German stories, timely cartoons and ways, the clearest rills, the finest people, and the greatest undevlopol Emperor is at Potsdam recovering illustrations. possibilities in natural wealth, and from nervous shock as the result of prove it. the explosion of a shell at Verdun, aro willing to fight you to There is no such excellent Within her own borders she excels which destroyed the imperial motor paper as the in the ritualistic mint Jullp and the car and killed several officers, says a h ham. It takes threo Rome dispatch to tho Dally Tele- Twice-a-Wee- k years to euro a Kentucky ham pro- graph, quoting Swiss reports. mm Owensboro Messenger perly. The trouble 1b, that so few oyer tasted oao POLITICS PLAYS TOO (Edited by Urey Woodson.) 'persons who havo ISIPORTANT A PART can wait that long. It comes every Wednesday Tho principal holidays are ChristWashington, April 11. Tho United and Saturday, mas, election day and the date of tho (16 pages a county trot. At Christmas a Ken- States will never assume its place In o g tho family of nations until politics week or more), and is up-ttucklan serves in his home an made according to a recipe dat- ceases to play an important part in date in every regard. ing back to tho Revolution. Indeed; tne selection oi Auencuu uipiuiunw. MesTry the Twice-a-Wee- k some people think it had a good deal and in tho army and navy, declared . to senger for a year in connec-- ,. to do with bringing on tho Revolu- Henry White, former Ambassador tion. On election day he votes early Franco, in an address at today's ses- tioh with the Hartford Repub and claims late. On county trot day sion of the convention of the Navy ho worships at tho shrine of tho League of the United States. He lican. was speaking on "the baneful influeni ( hoss. Both papers, one year for And at all times ho swears by tho ces of politics upon our foreign re$1.50. All clubbing subscripstate that gave "htm birth. After Ken- lations." going to seem a "It there is one conviction more tions should be addressed to tucky, heaven is mighty ordinary place to him. Maybe deeply rooted in my mind than any be has strayed afar and Is now. run- - other," said Mr. White, "it Is that tho Republican, Hartford, Ky. high-churcegg-nog- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. From a small beginning the salei and use of this remedy has extended to all parts of tho United States and Children dry CASTOR1 A WILL FILL A WANT! t i A. .A & .. rj - tyfa uremmumt V Hartford Republican, Bntortd according to Uw at th Pottufflca Hartford. Kr at mall muttor ot th icond ' ff .TAP HELD AS SPY, t.,.1. M...a1.1 I.A yii wuicii wuiwu uu nrtll . would retho next year, and taxes main the same. Study tho tablo Writings in Xotc Books Arouse picion of Authorities. signed by Dr. E. W. Ford. DO A. .. AAA 1Z,UUV tions. Sus- transferred states. About 1,300 elk havo been so to thirteen different &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& J K ROBERT W. BROWX. Tho announcement that Robert W. Editor BARXETT J. leave Kentucky is tho W. 8. TIXSLEY,.. Business Manager Drown will cause of regret among State newscitiAddress nil communications to paper men and public spirited zens of all classes. Few men havo The Hartford Republican. done more for Kentucky than the one woh now goes to New York to assume NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS managmbatrttxra desiring the paper aent to n new now duties. Ho was formerly Jdreu mntt give the old addrees In making the ing editor of tho Louisville Times and was Be through Its colums his Influence Boalneaa Locals and Notice 10c per line and felt throughout tho South. Since his per line tor each additional intcruon. ' ObltaarlM, Hesolotlon and Card of ThinkiJSo resignation as editor of tho Times ho per line, monejr In advance, has been connected with public enCbarch Notice for iervlcea Iree, .but other terprises In the city of Louisville. rdTertltementa, Be per line. Mr. Although a loyal Democrat will receive no Anonjmom communication Drown 'is one of those high minded Uentlon men who refuse to allow party ties to interfere with personal friendship TSIiSPKOlTEa. Cvua'btlxn3. .......... . ....i33 and his friends can be found in all SO Ta.rra.oza' proge parties. It Is such ressive citizens, as ho is, that Ken FRIDAY, APRIL 28. tucky needs, and regretfully do wo . see him go. ' AIX1SOX wide-awak- ' . N i I ' BETTER LATE THAX NEVER. tho proposed bond Issuo for tho It seems probable now that Ger- however, bo translate, It was said. building of to announce y We are authorized seat pikes It many will either dodge the issue, Shiato had nearly $800 In his possesTOM SPURRIER, of Grayson county, has been the policy of the campaign sion when arrested. falsely promise to accecd, or acceed committee to baseall figures and esus a candidate for Congress, from the and entirely, to the timates upon the assumption that, .Fourth District, subject to the action In good faith, American Elk. The States of the Republican primary, Saturday, demands made by the United, the roads will cost the highest estiWashington. A family group of In regard to the barbarious submar.August 5, 1910. mate per mile for construction, that x'K ine policy that has sent to the bot- American elk or wapiti from the Yel- the taxes may be increased to the . tom of the "deep the bodies of so many lowstone National Park has Just been ' r Keep talking that progressive club. Americans and other neutrals. And put on exhibition In the west wing of limit ot 20 cents on the hundred dol of listed property (not possible the United larsIncrease-th- e If the Kaiser does comply to the de- the new building for It's got to come. poll tax rate), and to mands in what we take a long shot States National Museum at Washing- that tho bonds would bear the highNews item says, "Mouse Saves on calling an ultimatum the thought ton, D. C. The animals in this exhibit est legal rate of Interest (5 per cent). ' Nine Lives." Now, where's that darn that it might and should have been were especially "collected for ythe So there is no intention to deceive through the courtesy of catT Jdone long before is enough to bring Smithsonian j:- -any voter about the merits of the tears of shamo to the eyeifpf those J he Interior Department, from one of matter in printing the following ta .5k.- While other things soar skyward born In the country called horn? by the "herds Of elk uMGf government ble prepared by Mr. R. E. Lee Slma. protection The grdui was prepared merman which shows tho possibility the cost of courtesy remains thq thosa who went down on the Panana-Paclfi- c E, same. . originally for the of paying oft the bond issue within " r ff Germany respects 6ir demands xpositions San Francisco, and was 23 years by the county continuing to, ?3& If complied ScMbited there'lnhe Palace of Agx Villa is as bUrd to locate as the now, Germany would'have annroDriate ilOiOfid Dr year oul of ' reception nn ultimatum then, and Ameri riculture, but has lately been receiv- road fund and add. same to the limit iih elusive collar button on can life, American dignity and AmerI-- 1 ed at Washington and J&ced on ex- ot State aid ot $12,500 and paying Jllghti can rights, as neutrals, would have hibition. off interest and bonds as shown, or This group shows a family of elk placing in sinking fund thus without to express appreciation Is been spared. If Germany prefers Failure Xatibnal Park, at Increasing one of the greatest drawbacks to war Germany would most likely have in the Yellowstone tho present tax rate at all preferred war then, but would .we the first sign ot winter. 8uow has for same purpose at end of bond popularity. have been the worse off, be we com- fallen during the night while there term. effect will the high price of pelled Tto fight, to have entered the was no wind, and lies heavily on the 191G Bond issue $300,000 What yaper have on the school boy who war at the beginning. Had we cast pine boughs and branches. Interest pd. B. pd. B.Out'c Year At this time, the bulls, which are our lot with the Allies before the jtlings paper wads? 1917.. $15,000..$ 7,500.. $292,500 sinking, or even immediately after, In their prime, being muscular 'but 1918.. 14;G25.. 7,500.. 2S5.000 He who deals In things of the past of the Lusttania the Allies could now yet graceful, take posession of the 1919.. 14,250.. 8,500.. 27G.500 may be from should be compelled to take out old be counted our friends and when pay cows by combat. There S.500.. 2GS.000 may 1920.. 13,825.. day comes we could put in our claim. one to 20 cow3 to a herd, which 9,000.. 259,000 Junk dealers' license. 1921.. 13,400.. With our wonderful resources thrown or may not be accompanied By their 1922.. 12,950.. 9,500.. 249.500 its wonderful sliding talents to the support of tho striving Allies spring calves. This small band has 1923.. 12,475.. 10,000.. 239,500 With carelessly about the Panama Canal should have no peace would now be in sight. We been wandering 1924.. 11,975.. 11,000.. 228,500 arriving safely at the base. are no better prepared now than through the tjmber when they hear 1925.. 11,425.. 11,000.. 217,500 trouble we were then, and if we must fight from not far distant a "challenge." 1926.. 10,875.. 11,500.. 20G.000 more the people of Ohio coun- In tho long run we should Just as The cow has become concerned In 1927.. 10,300.. 12,000.. 194,000 The the bull's sudden stop, andhas her 1928.. 9,700.. 13,000.. 181,000 ty study and learn about the road well have fought In the beginning. The American people are behind, attention divided between the dis- 1929.. 9,050.. 13,500.. 167,500 bonds' the more they favor the issue. i The or as Mr. Roosevelt puts it in front of turbance and her offspring. 1930.. 8,375.. 14,000.. 153,500 Will Ohio county vote that $300,-00- 0 Woodrow Wilson, but Mr. Wilson is calf, feeling the mother's anxiety, 1931.. 7675.. 15,000.. 138,500 road bond issue, or will we con- Just a bit tardy in accepting the only awaits dependently on her next move. 1932.. 6,925.. 15,500.. 123,000 Although the animals are shown Next tinue to pay tribute to the abomin- rightful policy to pursue.want a time 6,150.. 16,500.. 106,500 man In a prime condition, they havo yet 1933.. we elect a president we able mud hole? 1934.. 5,325.. 17,000.. 89,500 to obtain their longer and thicker who will do things, and In time. 4,475.. 18,000.. 71,500 growth of hair and heavy layers of 1935.. A Tote for the bonds means a vote 52,500 of the carry them through tho 1930.. 3,575.. lO.OOO.. 32,500 fat which for good roads. Regardless America First. 1937.. 2,625.. 20,000.. direction in which they extend good a panoramic field long, stormy winter, when shelter 1938.. 1.625.. 20,500.. 12,000 Recent theft-o- f roads always lead to prosperity. gun sight from one of the New York and food are hard to find. none 600.. 12,000.. American elk or wapiti, scientifi- 1939., militia armories, presumably to disE. W. FORD, Ch'm'n. Jrwtn S. Cobb says Kentucky Is cover the secret of its construction, cally termed cervus canadensis, which shaped like a camel lying down, but will draw attention to the fact that once had a wide distribution in North Ex. Com. Ohio County Good Roads Association. from all present Indications after this government has many appliances America, are now confined chiefly to . " November she will resemble a cross tho states of Wyoming, Montana and and designs which Europe has failed Forest Xotes .between a bull moose and an elephant to improve or even equal. Our fuse Idaho, and the provinces of Manitostanding up. CanIt is estimated that automobiles of the shrapnel shell may be return- ba, Alberta and Saskatchewan, to the Grand Canyon National ed to "safety" after being set for a ada The .largest, herds occur In the carried A suit has been Instituted in ChicMonument last year 20,000 persons, Yellowstone region, numbering ago to And whether Shakespeare or bust, while European shells, once 50,000 and 55,000, distributed while the number of persons to reach Braking faBacon should be given the credit cut, havo to be fired. in two main herds. During the sum- tho Canyon by railroad was 92,000, gun carriage outclass for the famous plays. They may de- cilities on our many as in 1914. toy-lik- e appliances used aboard, mer these herds range near the sum- or five times aa cide against him and Shako spearo the Now Mexico official reports show mit of the Continental Divide in the and our artillery observation tower but he copped the Bacon. 360,325 cattle and 1,219,762 is lighter, cheaper and simpler. It park, and in the mountains of Wyom- that ing, immediately south. In the win- sheep were shipped out of that Stato Friends of T. Coleman du Pont are Is the Invention of an enlisted man, herd living In tho In 1915. Most of this stock was urging the nomination of the former and is made of iron water pipe, so ter, the northern between 30,000 and grazed on public lands, especially the park, numbering Kentuckian for the presidency. Re- designed as to be readily and quickly 35,000, descends to lower altitudes National Forests. On v.the Forest publicans could surely do worse than erected. The German tower, of in the Lamar Valley near the north- ranges tho forage crop Is as much an basketwork design, requires nominate the popular business man to tho park. Tho other object of caro as the timber crop, but the possibility of them doing so a mortor to raise it and a complete ern entrance 0, and is increasing as a result of scienherd, numbering from 18,000, to In the chasts for transportation. .at ibis time Is remote. Hole tific methods. moves down into Jackson draft department, the American Approximately 85 per cent of the Hon. R. E. Leo Slmmerman, one of horse collar, sheet steel reinforced and the surrounding foothills. occupation ot losses of- cattle on the National ForOn account of the he .heavy tax payers of Ohio county, with fiat steel springs, has yet to be ranges due to polsonuous plants .end an advocate of good roads and excelled, while the McClellan saddle, their former winter range by, .farms est are Is caused by tall .larkspur. Death, the bond issue has a plan by which adapted from an ancient Hungarian and settlements, the elk herds sneeze weed, jthe 300,000 "bonds can be paid off in saddle by George B. McClellan when forced down from the mountains to camas, lupine, laurel, some of and rubber weed are responsible for twenty-thre- e years without increas- a military attache in Vienna, has been find sufficient food, and in cause, while ing the taxes one cent. The complete the United States mounted service the past winters large numbers have sheep losses from such howloco weed Is the principal poisonous able by which this system may bo standard, for over BO years, with, but starved to death Since 1909, affecting horses. Last year tho n worked out appears in another two minor changes. One was the re- ever, these losses In Jackson Hole plant by winter feeding loss from these causes amounted to of this issue. The Fiscal Court moval ot cumbersome flaps or have been averted $300,000. ; now appripriateB' from $20,000 9 "aklrta," and the other the substitu- provided for through the direction of about That wild burros In the Grand Can125,000 each year to the roads. By tion of tan for black leather cover- the Biological Survey andthe State of Wyoming. The Congress of the yon ot the Colorado are Increasing miles picked Mr. ing. Wall Street Journal. having seventy-flv- o United States has recently approp- rapidly is the report form a ranger Slmmerman figures that $10,000 of riated $50,000 for the purchase ot an on the Tusayan National Forest, who on repairing and NOCREEK. this will bo saved says the little animals in their search April 26. Sunday school is pro- elk refuge, where sufficient hay can, that It can be used in paying off the way to be raised each year for feeding tho for forage are finding their The State will gressing nicely at this place. .fconds and Interest. re- the top 'In such numbers as to conherds during the winter. This pay $12, COO a year which with tho Mr. Charlie Ward has measles. Already there a nuisance. $10,000 by tho court would form a Miss Georgia Ralph has return- fuge, comprising about 2,000 acres, stitute are thousands of the animals in the total of $22,500. The first year wo ed home from Beaver Dam, where is located in Jackson Hole, two miles north of the town of Jackson, Wyom- Grand Canyon from Supal to the fould pay tho Interest (putting In- she has been visiting relatives. mouth of the Little Colorado, accordterest at highest possible figure alMrs. Smith was called away last ing. Elk aro polygamous and breed ing to the Forest ranger. lowed by law) of $15,000 and havo Tuesday on account of tho death ot $7,500 to pay on the Indebtedness. hpr mother, Mrs. Phillips, ot Point readily in captivity. The wild herds HARTFORD, PRESSING CLUB. iu Montana and Wyoming bring in TJie next year we would pay $14,-C2- 5 Pleasant. Clothes cleaned and pressed, Relarge returns to these states in the interest and a little more than Satisfaction guaranteed. Inform of hunting licenses, guides' pairing. $7,500 on tho Indebtedness. Tho Whiskers Coming In Again. spent by tourists Work called, for and delivered. Shop terest would gradually decrease and Chicago, HI., April 23. Whiskers fees, and money over Ohio County Bottling Works. and sportsmen. the available fund to be paid on tho are coming into style again. ED, NALL, Prop, years experi- 42tf During the past few indebtedness would increase until In More important, the cost ot losln' , ... ments have been made in transferring 392C, 10 years tho latter would excel, 'em Is going up. YellowFor the. best results, plants started and of course the Indebtedness would The reason? The war has raised small herds ot elk from tho Instone Park and Jackson Hole to other In boxes, hotbeds, or cold frames decrease in proportion with the the cost ot soap, bay rum and the thoy terest. In 1938, under this, system, other articles used in barber shops localities for tho purpose of restock- should be transplanted 2 when ing government and state reserva teach a height ot 1 to inches. only about 20 per cent. .the bonded inbebtedness would Inter-count- V AXXOUXCEMEXTS. ot Agriculture through its 4? It Is estimated that there are about 2,200 elk in 4 captivity in about 125 different places 41 In tho United States, the total number, wild and in captivity, in this country being estimated at between Japanese lettering. 80,000 and 100,000. The prisoner described himself as. Besides the group of elk In tho Na years old, a student, Sho Shiato, 21 tional Museum the Smithsonian Insix months in tho United States. He Is In posession of other elk was held for one week, pending tho stitution live ones, located In tho National Federal investigation, at the behest Zoological Park, Just outsldo of the of Kings county, after having been City of Washington. On tho eastern found guilty of assault committed paddock, when refused a street car transfer on side of. the Park, in a largo there are 10 of these stately animals April 18. all apparently contented in captivity. Statements credited to tho police is reported that they seem to that the Japanese had maps of Unit- It thrive well, eating hay and grass like ed States fortifications and that his freely. hooka contained English allusions to domestic animals, and breed Immigration in California, were not BONDS CAN borne out in an examination of his HOW THE BE PAID IX 23 YEARS effects at the offices of the 'department of Justice. The Japanese letterWhen considering the questions ing in the memorandum books would, In biological survey. New York, April 25. Memorandum books found in the possession of a young Japanese arraigned in a Brooklyn court havo been turned over to local agents ot tho department of The auJustlco for Investigation, thorities aro suspicious ot pages ot Many elk now in captivity aro privately owned and a census of such elk is mado annually by tho Depart- ment Men's H In all ; I St the new shapes and colors. In folts at $1.50, $2, and $3 ' Gray felts in a variety of 'shades are very strong for spring. Blacks, blues, greens and tans come infor'their' share of the business. oft Straw Hats In Panamas, Leghorns, Ja-v- as ' c & V J and Italian Straws in high crowns and creased effects, as well as all other good shapes, are the correct things for men and young men. Priced at each 5R1 fcfr & It It - i i .'!.. LUs-itaili- on to ftR.no Good assortment of SUN HATS for every- day wear. We have the strongest line of J Allen's and Boy's Hats you have an oppor- l tunity of seeing, and we are anxious to show them to you. 4) LP. BARNES &BR0. Beaver Dam, Ky. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION gone so far as to make his friends realize that they are frco to invito him out and Ignore his wife; there Is tho brilliant physician, who explains to people that Mrs. T. likes to see him enjoy himself, but that It Is really too much ot a strain for her to' keep up with his friends; there Is tho brilliant young lecturer whose husband Is generally ignored In the flattering invitations to great social functions which come to her. And the ironical part of It all Is that tho poor, silent partner who sits at home is tho one who has in all probability made the material success ot that marriage and who has mado possible tho very upward climb of the selfish individual who, grbwn drunk with a little learning, fanclcvf him or herself a god tied down to earth by a stupid mortal. There aro dozens ot marriages which fall because of a difficulty which falls definitely Into thliv category tho class whero a success Is a dangerous thing and where ono smile ot fortuno turns a head completely. The woman who Is misunderstood, the man who doesn't get tho proper sympathy In his work both of them owe the beginnings of their little success to the other partner ot tho marriage. And both of them have tho exaggerated ego which surrounds itself with a halo ot I, mo, my and mine and makes clarity ot vision beyond "myself" impossible. Any partnership falls when one of the Blngers of tho bond gets a feeling of being superior to the other and of having arrived at the stage where he can go on better alono. And tho Ironical, part of It all is that when 'thls''happeh3, the "superior" and conceited person who attributes tho success" of tho partnership to himself is generally practically Incapable ot doing anything more than live on tho fat of the land provided by the des pised member ot tho firm. your Tako stock of yourself-r-- ls marriage foredoomed to failure of your conceited acceptance ot your partner's success as your own? Beatrice Fairfax in the Memphis Commercial Appeal. i 4? 49 Of The Green River Tobacco Growers Association. en All of tho members of the Green River Tobacco Growers Association will take notice that on the 11th day ot May 1916, the Board ot Control ot said association will hold a meeting at its office in the city of Owensboro, Daviess county Kentucky, for the purpose of officially dissolving the corporation known as the Green River Tobacco Growers Association and for the purpose of turning over Tobacco to tho Farmers Association all of the funds now in tho treasury of said Green River Tobacco Growers Association. This ac tion is pursuant to a resolution passed at a regular meeting of said Green River Tobacco Growers Association held on the 13th day of April 1916, in Owensboro, Daviess county, Ky. Any member of tho Green River Tobacco Growers Association who desires to make objection to said dissolution should be present at tho time and place abovo mentioned and make tho objection known. Keeping Vp AVlth Success. friend Lucy to mo, "how many lovo affairs aro spoiled by tho very no in the case who feels that fato hasn't been fair to her? I know ono young woman who, is a very actlvo agent In making her own misery. Sho was nobody in, particular and married right on her own plane ot existence, and now her husband has begun to make a little money, and she has rather pretty clothes and a rather nice home. But sho fancies that sho ,1s cheated ot her Just deserts, and that she was meant to be the helpmate of a millionaire and to grace a palace in tho creations ot the most elaborato Iltto' 20,-00- "Have you ever noticed," said my - col-lim- modistes." Indeed, I have noticed. Don't all of usknow parallel cases? There is the man who marries a modest ftttlo woman in his own walk of life and who with her to help him forges straight ahead to success. He Is put on the directorate of one or two companies, and one or two big men make a fuss over him. At once he fancies that the only thing which Is keeping him back In the world Is the fact that he is married to a woman who is a detriment and a hindrance to him. And he acts on bis Ignoble conviction. Cases like this could be multiplied with frequency which fairly destroys one's faith In human nature. Thore is the prominent lawyer who has so Restaurant Changes Hands. ' I have bought the Stag Restaurant from A. Petty und .v'll continue the business at the same stand adding new fixtures from time to time as your patronage Justifies. Drop in for a lunch occasionally and try one of hot or cold meals. Good sideling of soft drinks, fruits, cigars and tof bacco. DON TICHENOR. . or y ' 'J in .x. v A v r Are You Attending? Gillcsplo Brothers havo mbved their blacksmith shop to the brick building noxt door to their old stand, Tho now being on Union street. STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluke McFlukc.) Hartford Sports with a party of Loulsvlllo friends are at Taylor's Lake near Cromwell fishing this week, tho Hartford gang are furnishing the cats and as a sort of sot off are just fishing aro.und and tackling what the Louisville boys fetched along. A bunch ot Your neighbor has been,, and you have two days yet in Which you can take advantage of viewing the most complete line oi Spring Merchandise in Hartford, at prices in many instances below manufacturer's cost. These Two Days Will Mean,;. Much to Your Purse. r K Be wise and take advantage of them. If not interested, we will . take pleasure in showing you anyway, with a view of selling you at some future date. Make our store your stopping place. Courteous and competent salespeople to show you. Remember this, and that IT PAYS TO TRADJE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. JskT&Gb. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, APRIL 88. L., H. & ST. L. R. R. TIME TABLE. No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8 :32 p.m. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7 :30 a. m. No. 112 Lt. Ellmltch .. 3 :40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton .. 5::35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton . . 6::56 p.m. Ar. Loulavlllo . 7 :40p.xn. No. Lt. Louisville . . 8 :36 a.m. Ar. Irvlngton ..10: :06 a. m. Lv. Irvlngton ..10 :40 a.m. 1: 04 p. m. Ar. Ellmltch I Ill ... K -- . -- W M., H. & E. R. R. TIME TAULE. South Bound, No. 115 8:45 a. m. Due, at Hartford North Bound, No. 114 5;55 p. m. Duo at Hartford (Both "Mixed Trains.) Mr. It. E. Leo Slmmcrman Is in Loulavlllo. Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Barrass were in Louisville this week. Mrs. Brwrftipler is visiting her parents in Nashville. Mrs. MarfhcTRoss is visiting relatives in Ellzabethtown. Call at Ellis Milling Co. and seo, tho Aluminum cook vessels. Regular meals 25cents. CITY RE8TAURANT. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mldklff are the parents of a fine girl,, born Tuesday." I R . 'V. ' Attorney A. D. Kirk nas returned from a trip to LaQrange and LouiaMessrs. Byron Barnes and,Ernest Taylor, of Beaver Dam wpre bpre Tuesday. , L. Special Deputy commissioner was here C. Brown, of McHenry, Monday. Miss Mary Barrow, or Lexington, Mr. Is the guest of her grand-parent- s, Mrs. H. P. Taylor. and Mrs. J.X"Bennett, who has been confined to the bed for the last several days with reumatlsm, Is better, .inr nuns- - iiiuo Ribbon Flour you can stock your kitchen wltb Aluminum cook vessels at wholesale i prices. Mr. W.'Q. Bennett anu daughter, Miss Esther, have returned after spending' the winter in TltuiTlUe. . ' ," r Florida. Miss Mariam Holbrook" returned where from Louisville Wednesday attending the Loulsvlllo she has been Conservatory. building' formerly occupied by them has been torn down. Tho Commercial IJotcl Is being repaired and lt is understood that it probably will soon bo reopened, under tho samo management that recently had charge. All of tho rooms will hao new paper. After A"priTl8t you will be fined if you allow your chickens to run nt large. U. S. Carson has a car load of the best poultry wire. Alsrf a car of American Wire Fencing for the field ' 39tf fence. Tho Columbia l,ho Insurance Co., will loan you half tho value of your -land for 5 years. No loans taken for less than $600. For terms, seo W. H. PARKS, . Hartford, Ky. 36tf auto lino has been An inter-urba- n Inaugurated between Owensboro and Beaver Dam, by way of Hartford. Thera has been In force for several days a lino between Owensboro anl Hartford, making a round trip dally. Dr. O. "S. Orlsler, V. M. D., Ex periment Station, Lexington, Is In Hartford and vicinity for a short while. Ho Is looking after any cases-o- f hog cholera that may bo In any part of the county, as well as tho prevention of tho disease. Dr. J. R. Taylor, Rowan Holbrook and Sheriff Sf O. Kcown, In company with Judgo Henry Burnett and four other Loulsvlllo men of prominence aro spending a few days fishing In Taylors Lake, near Cromwell. They will probably return Joe Munday lectured at the Court houso to the men Sunday afternoon. A very good crowd heard him and those who attended were well pleas ed. In order to be In keeping with the name he lectured again Monday evening to the women and children. The remains of Mr. Martin Rowe, father of Mr. Alvln Rowe, cashier of tho Farmers and Merchants Bank of Centertown, were brought from Bowling Green to Centertown and Interred In tho cemetery there Saturday afternoon". Ho was G9 years old at the time of his death and leaves one s.on and two daughters. The following were among those who attended the K. E. A., at Louisville last week from Ohio county: Misses Katherino Pendleton, Elizabeth Moore, Irene Ward, Dena Rial County Supt. and Corlnne Shults, Ozna Shults, H. E. Brown and Henry Leach, Hartford, Mrs. I. S. Mason, J. Logan Stlllwell, D. S. Tanner, Nor-be- rt M. Ross, John H. and Marshall Misses Beatrice Haynes and Mau-rln- o Martin left for Owensboro and Barnes, Beaver Dam, Miss Mary T. Llvermore where they-- , will visit Qulsenberry, Fred T. Shultz, Lon Richards and J. T. Lltsey Fordsvllle, friends until Saturday. Miss Jessie Raley of Roslne. Mr. J. F. Allen, of Fordsvllle, recently had his house and its contents Notice to Ice Users. destroyed by fire. The total loss is After May 1 there will be no ice about' ? 800, with no Insurance. sold on credit by the Hartford Ice Breaking Plows, .Vulcan Chilled, Company. Buy a $2.00 book of tickBlue Bird and New Ground Plows at ets for $1.80 and take advantage of 43t2 the dicsount. reduced prices. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. HOW AN EGGSHELL When you come to Hartford don't MAKES COFFEE CLEAR forget tho place, don't forget the price. A good meal for 25 cents. At first sight there seems no suffiCITY RESTAURANT. cient reason why the dropping of an Mr. J, N. Shnpmire, of Blooming-to- n, eggshell or two into a pot of coffee 111., Is visiting his parents, Mr. should clear lt of grounds, says the Ho will "Sunday American." A less economand Mrs. C. F. Shapmtre. ical housewife will Use somo of' tho return to Bloomlngton Saturday. L7 Felix and'daughter. Miss white of the egg, but this Is not necMrs. F. reMary Elizabeth Felix, have returned essary, for enough of the albumen mains In the shell to perform the apto their apartments in tho Puritan, visit parently impossible act of causing In Loulsvlllo, nfter a the larger particles suspended in the here. coffee to sink to the bottom. andMfs7"sr"MrMaddox, of Mr. "The actual cause of ho sinking of Beaver Dam, spent Saturday and an object Is not at first clear. It la C. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. easy to say that an object which Is Blankenshlp and Mr. and Mrs. C. T. heavier in proportion to Its size than " Leach. the liquid in which lt Is placed will Miss AmellTTpirtle gave an East- sink to the bottom by the attraction Sunday nfternoon'omhjr of gravitation' and the pressure of er egg-hubeautiful town on Union street. A the atmosphere, but this can only be largo crowd of young people took done by reason of the movablllty of part n the sport. tho molecules of tho liquid. An "iron " Mr. Hv"TrLe'ach,"who has been rfall can be laid on a cork, yet lt teaching In Oklahomd,' has return- will not Bink through tho cork, aled to Beaver Dam to be at home un- though the cork Is lighter than watil the first of npt month. He was ter. Articles heavier than water sink '' in water because the molecules are fn Hartford Tuesday. and'MrsTM. L. Duvall gaye'aa free to' Wriggle away like millions- - of Mr. marbles and let the at, thei,r home tw6 fnflnltesmal Easter egg-huone-hal- f miles east of Hartford h'eavy object sink down. In the case and Sunday. A large number of young of the coffee grounds, however, they were originally at the bottom of, the folks enjoyed the occasion. $1.86 per pot and have been carried upwards peas, fancy,-whp- , Stock In suspension by the boiling bushel while they last. We think and held process which carries a constant this price looks good. ., stream of water upwards. ACTON BROS, Is dropped Into When albumen Ky, Hartford, 42t2 this mixture, lt first cools the liquid Ohio Circuit Court will convenes a trifle, just removing it .from, the Monday for the second time under boiling point. Otherwise the. albuJudge Slack and Commonwealth's men would harden. Then the albuAttorney Smith. Several important men, being slightly heavier .than cases are to come up at this term. water, and having a glutinous affinMrs. J. "oTMcKfiiney "and children, ity for solid particles, Blnks slowly of Beaver Dam, and Mrs. Zeb Shultz, through tho water, carrying tho cot-fe- e of Pleasant Ridge were the guests of grounds with it. As water and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sanderfur and albumen have no affinity, the albufamily from Tuesday until Thursday. men has no effect upon the coffee that Mr, W. jrBean has returned from is held in solution, but only on that Battle Creek, Michigan, where he has which is held in suspension, and it been under treatment In the Battle the coffee be carefully- poured l will Creek Sanitarium for the last eleven run clear and free from the muddy weeks. Ho Js very much Improved color of a liquid in whlchthe more ' solid particles, have sot settled. in health. 'r to-da- y. two-weent nt It is said that Dr. Taylor took an electric foot warmer with him on tho abovo mentioned trip, but we'll bet 4 bits to a nickel that the warmers used by Holbrook, Keown and Blrk-hea- d don't soak in through the feet. Ed BarraEs went to Louisville this week, yep "Ed came home In good shape, his wife accompanied him. Mrs. S. O. Keown Is" conducting the affairs of tho Sheriff's office in ideal shape wlillo Sam Is away on a fishing vacation. Who cares if Sam stays away all summer? Wo aro going fishing next week, provided death and tho weather keep tholr hands off'en our arrangements and lt this blooming paper Is published, Duke, King and the Devil will havo to do it.. , ,y Wo notice that our old friend J. H. Thomas of "Beads Oddly Strung" fame-iout in the Louisville Herald for. tho Col., for president. We read tho article with much Interest and approval and quietly slipped it on tho string with the other beads. s W. L. DOUGLAS' $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes VALUE GUARANTEED. years W. L. Douglas' name has stood for Shoes of the highest standard of quality for the price. His natri6' and the retail price stamped on the bottom guarantees full value and protects the wearer against high prices for inferior shoes. They are the best known shoes in the world. For thirty-thfe- e W. L. Douglas Shoes are made of the most care- fully selected leather, after the latest models, in a factory at Brockton, Mass., under tho 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. well-equipp- ed Our idea of a guy who has absolutely nothing to do is one who labors for 1C years on a chess problem. A few e W. L. Douglas 3.00, 83 50 and $4.00 Shoes hojd ' their shape, fit better and wear longer than other make for the price. "?None genuine unless W. L. Douglas' name and retail price is stamped on the bottom. Sold by spflke,,about; tho great number at the movies without their own wives and since then we have received 5 4 new pipes, 3 boxes of cigars, pints of Perkins and three promises' of a. sound threshing, the result is we're not going to say anything more . aboul the matter. T - 'j. f J. H. WILLIAMS DIES. 'That 'reminds us ot the fact, that jusfj'about the time a'fellow thinks Attempt at Suicide Causes Pneumonlie's ialriy well prepared to live along ia Which Results la Death. comes a guy and chucks him Into a longblack box with three tin handles Mr. J. H. Williams died at his on the sides.. Say friend, are you home near Williams Mines Frlday prepared? afternoon about one o'clock. Death was due to pneumonia caused by an The "editor received a package attempt at suicide, an account of .through the mall; which appeared In The Republican Many a year has passed away since last week. Mr. Williams health had lt was marked ''for sale." been bad tor several month's, and his illness and worry affected his mfnd COST OF FILLING SILO CUT BY FODDER HARVESTER to such an extent that bo hung himself in his barn. He was rescued by Both the time and labor usually one of his children and lt was at one consumed In cutting fodder; chop- time thought that he bad a .chance ping lt into silage, and storing it in for recovery, but his neck was bruisa silo are materlaly lessened by a ed and swollen and the dread pneuharvester lately developed by a Kan-sa- monia grasped Its opportunity. Little Tho niachlifo is' described' in the hope was entertained thereafter. Mr. Williams was a man of much May number of PopulaT Mechanics Maga'zine. Tho harvester cuts tho prominence in Ohio county, politicalfodder a few Inches above tho ground ly and otherwise. Ho served a term and throws lt Into a grinder operated as magistrate from the Beaver Dam by a small gasolino motor, and then district, has always been a hard discharges the fresh silage into a worker in tho Republican ranks, and candidate for wagon driven alongside. At tho silo was a prospective the'eontents of the wagon are dump- sheriff at the next election. Funeral services were conducted ed Into a bin which automatically feeds a conveyor. At no time dur- at the grave .by tho Beaver Dam and ing this process does the fodder or Hartford Masonic lodges, the deceassilage como in contact with the earth. ed being a good member ot tho The operation is completed quickly, former lodge. The remains were inand the product stored before there terred in the Paxton cemetery SaturIs any opportunity for lt to dry. It is day afternoon. A large number ot obvious that better than ordinary re- friends attended. Mr. Williams was 46 years old and sults aro obtainable In this way. Four men and as many teams aro leaves his wife, two daughters and able to harvest from eight to ten two sans. He was a brother-in-laClerk, E. ,0. Barass, ot acres of fodder and store the result- Of ing silage in a day's time with the Hartford. . n! w We would like ,very much to skin two bits out of our jeans every now and then and donate said two bits forthc privilege of beholding a good ball game over at East End Park occasionally. I guess this blamed war caused our team to bust up tho and that's what we get for our unprepar-ednes- s. .- CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. Mrs. Minnie Taylor and two children ?ere the guests of Mrs. Maddoxs daughter Mrs. L. J. Robinson Satur day night and Sunday. Mr. Alva Southard, has purchased a new auto. Uncle Jim 'Phillips of Taylor Minei was the guest ot Mr. H. L. Roblnsoa and family last week. Miss Roxie Stewart of McLean county, is visiting relatives here. Little Miss Mary Jane Decker oi Simmons spent Saturday night with, her aunt Mrs. W. H. Tomerlin. Miss Maggie Hunter gave a birthday entertainment the 13th. Every-hod- y there reported a fine time. Misses Eva Fulton and Margarett Tomerlin spent Wednesday night with Miss Ruth Oraham. LODGE NOTES. Odd Fellows Ce'clirnte Annlversiiry With Good Program. Odd Fellow lodges til over tho country celebrated tho 97thanntver-sar- y of the organization of the order Thursday afternoon. Acme Lodge No. 339 entertained at Castle hall here and a splendid program was rendered for the occasion. Wives and friends of the members were invited and the afternoon was highly enjoyed. Refreshments were served. outfit. Notice to Creditors. Tho McHenry Deposit Bank having been placed In the hands ofthe Banking Commission of Kentucky all patrons haying claims against said bank (now in liquidation) are notified to present ame, properly proven, to he undersigned at McHenry, Ky., on or beforo the Cth day ot July, 1916. L. C. BROWN, 40t4eow Special Deputy Banking Com'r. 1 Bad Enough. "I think, that society editor is a! mean old thing, so there" exclaimed wlfle, looking up from the morning paper. "What's tho matter?" asked her husband with a grin. "Did he tak you at your word and leae your - - A il name out, ot the paper?" "No," replied wlfle. "It isn't quite so bad as that, but ha went and got' the description of, my. t gown all ' wrong." The Maccabees met, in regular session at the hall April 20 and work was fonferred in the last two degrees. Several talks were mado for tho good of the order and that made by the new member waa one of the best ever heard by tho lodge. Members had been notified ot Attention, Furaiers! We have a stock ot Farm Imple- the work by cards but owing to tho ments consisting ot Blue Bird 'Plows, bad night there was a small attendVulcan Chill Turning Plb'ws,' Peg ance. Tooth and Disc Harrows, Corn Drills, The Masons had work In the first Culttvatdrs and anything else In the Implement line. We also have three degree at their last meeting (3d Weber Road Wagons and one Run- Monday night) and will havo work about Buggy. All this will be sold in' the 2d degree next Monday night on regular terms. Don't forget we Several candidates have been given 6(111 handle the established Jones' membership into this ancient order during the winter months. Brand Fertilizer. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Hartford, Ky. The Odd Fellows have been booming here this .winter 14 candidates POND RUN having been given membership. SevApril .'.3. We arO having some eral from the local order recently acpretty weather and the farmers are companied a candidate to Owensboro very busy preparing to plant corn. where the Owensboro lodge conferred Mess'ers Charlie Henry and Marsh the work, A great time was reportChumney of Simmons went to Louls- ed. vlllo Saturday on the excursion train. Here and There. Mr. C. K. Qutnn and family of The ."queens' are the only wasps Martwlck have moved back to their which survive the winter, all the place to spend the summer. Mrs. E. H, Maddox and daughter, workers and drones being killed o. .- fr - w"gjjg-fri- . .,att. - jSjvJt. S t W. 4v jtvli. wnniu tmjmMtnntmm xjl nm nnnpmwi weSSSm t ' This Farmer Figured It Out of fertilizer aSmoiire the amount t $35 iVW year by using fertilizer on my corn. "patches," or fields nsOiIs plantings may Justify, to seo what can and should bo dono to get a stand. It is an excellent plnn to plant at different Intorvals such as watermel ons, cantaloupes, pumpkins, cushawsJ cucumbers, etc. This will extend tho season for these excellent foods ami will permit your family to enjoy them longer. Do not neglect early cultivation after tho plants arc up. They will need cultivation to give them a start DaPirodreaiion.l :m I bought before the war for $30 per ton vn cost rne I made before the war with the profit I can make this X This Year . $3.50 onn iVia. nor nere ?3 S35 per ton Before the War - - $3.00 Average increase due to Fertilizer $30 per ton 200 lbs. per acre 15 bu. per acre. Average increase due to Fertilizer 9.00 15 bu. corn at 60c per bushel WmwuTimi 'ZjJPJfiJh2. Otto C. Martin Attorney will nrnotlca his &..-.ui. " Wjtz if Jr 15 IIARTFORD, KX urofcfcalon In Uil -- - - and adjoining countlcB. ComnwuxlaU and Criminal Practice e. Specialty. T. VVADESTltATTON Cromwell, Ky. OTTO0.MAIITIS Hartford, Ky. -- bu. per acre. ie .. mm nt 50c Der bushel On every $3 invested, a profit of 7.S0 4.50 On every $3.50 invested, a profit of (over 150). 5.50 uu Before If n:orlWarWas aa Good Investment But Better One Now the pay. Fertilizer and still make more than most investments The 1915 Prize Winners Used Swift's Fertilizer Nome Oscar Unhurt Dewey Hants Gordon Reap Arlie McKuln Robert Wilson Harry Isaac T. B. Beard Chester Davis Fred C Karr F. R. McHenry Address New Hamburg, Mo. Arcanum, Ohio Ellzabethtown, Ind. Conway, Ark. Casner, 111. Sandusky, Ohio Hardlnsburg, Ky. Jonesboro, Ind. Coshocton, Ohio Ellzabethtown, Ind. TSSfi shaS?fe S.3 Swift's Fertilizer and they all give winners used crecSt for their success to the available plant food applied. Championship Won Champion Corn Grower Missouri Champion torn urowcr Champion, Corn Grower Bartholomew Co. (Boy s) Champion Corn Grower Conway County Champion Corn Grower Macon County Champion Corn Grower Huron County Champion Corn Grower Hardlnsburg Co. Champion Corn Grower Grant County Champion Corn Grower Coshocton Co. Champion Corn Grower Bartholomew Co. (Men a) 118 Yield Bu. per inVr 7 " ( ( 94 126 65 u ( ( ( and to save molsturo that likely will be needed later on. Cultivate tho entire surfaco between tho rows and not a smaller surfaco around the. hills only. In wide rows such as aro . required for somo of theso crops tho I busy man may have a temptation to loosen the soil a few inches around tho hills and leave the middles. Take enough time to cultivates thoroughly. It will bo worth while. On thin soil that lacks nitrogen nitrate of soda may bo applied around the hills of melons the first cultivation, then again in 10 days or two weeks. This will greatly hasten growth and often cause weak, sickly plants to become thrifty In a very short time. TjfrTeItvwn"ere7i oecT hottli abottnd. . tin J'owbtUOKiit.Un .t .. II u nm i,uii.iiwmw.w H feuatrjsxn.' JT7rrrr-l-i..-t....- STRATTON & MARTIN Attorneys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. W1U practlco their profession In thU and djolnlng counties. Collection. Commercial and Criminal Practlco Prompt Specialty. and vigorous service- - Notary In office. Its exetl-len- ti elusive,' nitrMtfuL location oa PennmranU Avenue.'. 18tbaiKl.il Street, make It' a detirable headquar-t- ei : for. bridal couple, touriit !TS:TowKln1:r(intJ, tx 0.E.TAYL0R.C.E. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. partie, convention., School, and conegt." The PowhaUnS.' attTactt'tli people, ol culture and education. and It proximity to Sute.Warmany Wavy Department. lo to Intereit, of historical point 1 Si B4 u FREE SPEECH, FREE TRESS AXD FREE CONSCIENXn (By William H. Cundlff.) The principles of full and complete democracy are the definitions, and axioms of free society. To substitute the autorratlc power like tho of a Federal execution, United States Postmaster General, for the first amendment to tho Federal Constitution, is subversive of the fundamental principles of Democracy. This Amendment reads as follows: "Congress shall mako no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof of, or abridging the freedom speech, or of tho press, or tho right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." In these days of militarism and war madness it behooves all neutr.tis ana all sane people to use voice and pen to prevent brain panic and to save civilization form material ind moral wreckage. Free speech, press and conscience are the landmarks of freedom and Democracy, and the conservators of truth, justice and Intelligence. Tyranny and Injustice, Ignoranre and superstition, and despotism of state or church cannot always abide where there Is freMn.y of thougnt and discussion. Ignorance, superstition despo'laai and corruption flee from free pun'lc discussion to the haunts of priestcraft and tho abodes of political ' inkt?thiJhotel'epecilly tricuvetg.dlicrlminUnK iM pub. at rooma T"h"Piwnata''"c.B'eri mith . detached bath at IU0, 91.00 and up. Room with private bath, S2.S0, 11.00 and up. Wfte tor loollct wttn mipj CLIFFORD M. LEWIS .Manager, 'Z DR. 0. E. HART VETERINARY SURGEON DAM, KY. REAVER " Ofllcc Blood, Bone and Tankage Always Win -Swiffs the yield. tN vu&.m,., - Q "v RV SWIFTS FERTILIZERS -. and will hasten wm give your crops a ,uto '"' ....,.-- -." --, ., -- The increased yield due times over to say nouiwg ui " We of .Of tne crop. t au -iu oihu""". nr . 1915., the use means the difference between wellt ft fertilizer often matured corn and soft corn that cannot De mametea. Fmitor .ernr. i,.ai '- '-- '-.,- . V- -- 1 7X - ", cap-illia- ry Bj,iiim)i.ii.nhbnmuiMir IU Jauics Taylor's Livery Ban. x jam! TRAOC-MAIIK- dealer today. If Order Swift's Fertilizers from your local obtain it, write us for prices, terms and literature. unablo to Swifts EERTIUZERS IT HUME "T I I I all i We wdnt live agents in unassigned territory IMiUXTHBlK cur THAT PA'li a.leiUtl'emtliorotta-alj,a- t aipnM.anaiitip7ouuiiiuxMk Bend iroJfU t&oio or uctcn for FREE report TO ytanr rrartJc. on twenuuilty. BUR PASBINQ RCrcriCNCCS. rorrrMOulu Hook en l'rontabto I atrnle wrtl to l B03-B0- rounvit. crnu S !. ItioUtla jrcmilly pitfnt otuiM4 la Swift & Company Illinois gg& S Soventh wasninoTON, Straat, d. c National Stock Yards. r.w ... GUARANTEED SERVICE One hundred per cent value. Special work for W. O. W. W. F. STEVENS, Hartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. Marble r- - T FARM DEPARTMENT For the Local Farmer. No man is so great that he doesn't retain a spark of envy for the successful farmer. U. S. Agricultural Agent Morgan Hughes was in Hartford Friday and In company with County-AgeBroader visited several Ohio county farms. Mr. Hughes was high in his praise for Ohio county resources and stated that this county contained the best land for growing timothy hay, for the price, that he had ever seen. Coming from such a source this favorable comment should open our eyes to what we really have and cause us to more scientifically develope our nt county. Mr. Titus, who has bought hundreds of tons of Ohio county hay for the foreign market, also compliments the hay of this county and goes so far as to say that it is perhaps the best he has yet received. He Is making his plans to return here next year and with this market assured farmers should lend more attention to this crop. I i A bunch of farmers living around Hartford are getting up an order for a tank car of the Glenrnore Distilleries Hog Feed. This feed is of a liquid form and is said to be very Tho valuable for the hog raiser. cost is trifling and it is expected that a great deal of the feed will be used in Ohio county in tho future. The Glenrnore Distilleries' ad appears on another page of this issue. 1. If Reports from various parts of tho county state that the heavy rain Friday destroyed many plant beds and washed tho land In places considerably. Most of the damage done was on be north side of Rough river, the fall not being so heavy in Beaver Sam and sections on that sldo of the county. To the surprise of many fruit growers tho peach crop in the county has, Jn general, seemed to suffer little damage from tho cold weather. Several weeks ago we invited tho farmer to use this page for telling bis neighbors helpful experiences in growing certain crops and asking tho advice of others along the samo lines. That was tho chfof object of this department, but strange to say we have had only one communication contributed. Much benefit can undoubtedly bo, gained by free use of (his department and we hope that our former readers will accept the opportunity. Wo also offer tho want ad columns and will run your small yant-ad- s free four times, provided you are in good standing with your subscription. In the near future wo will publish an article from the com i 'i missioner of agriculture, Mr. Cohen, thus see that it does not form a barwho is excellently versed and will tell rier to the upward movement to moisture. you something of interest. Manure may be applied late with The total product of the farms of perfect safety provided it be scattered the United States has amounted to and mixed with soil. Very liberal more than that of all the gold mlne3 quantltiesv can be used in this way in tho world during the last six cen- when a small quanlty only would be safe under hills or rows without turies. mixing with soil. Farm and Ranch. Ireland has 84,869 land holders Tho Stand of Melons. having plots not exceeding an acre, Growers often have difficulty In 61,730 who hold morn than one acre and not more than five acres; 153,-29- 9 getting a stand of watermelons, canunder fifteen, and 136,058 not taloupes, cucumbers, pumpkins and exceeding thirty. cushaws. When the soil Is In excellent condition as to preparatfon, temperature, moisture, etc., and the seed Later l"iit!ngs. good, there is little difficulty. But TPt yrcijer use ?f the garden ffil likely to be trouble, be made evey often there is requli'03 that plantings because these plants are all very tenweek cr j0 days In Older that fro'n der and the seed exacting in their vegetatles may be had during tha . requirements for germination. why each fan. tire summer. This When these "vino crops" are plantily shoull have pWty of land sU ed just before a heavy rain and tho aside for the garden following is Immediately . Sna; leans, radtshrs, cucumbiv weather cool it may be advlseable to go over tomatoes, squashes, held peas, Hi:i and loosen the surface soil beans, etc are some of the vegeta- the field or at least establish a surface mulch bles that frja lie planted late, .n to permit the young sprouts to get fact, plantings may be made of some through the soil easily. It sometimes of tho vegetables mentioned during heavy even happens that hall stones or Intervals till July tho first and rain drops may injure the young later. It is not necessary to have land plants so replanting is required. This enough to plant fresh land only as being possible and oven probable two or three crops may bo planted on under conditions this year, the growthe same land. er should carefully inspect his Garden rotation, like rotation of feed crops, is required to economize land, Improve the fertility in some instances and to afford fresh vegetables for tho tablo as long as possible. It permits early and late planting with some plantings between. There is need of enough vegetables to afford canning stock, some to store dry, such as peas, beans, tomatoes, Wife Cured by Lydia E. etc., some to pickle, such as cucumPinkham's Vegetable bers, tomatoes, cabbage, etc. The e gardner will have an Compound abundance of vegetables if tho season is at all suitable. Des Moines, Iowa. "Four years ago I was very sick and my life was nearly Manure For Late Planting. spent, ineaoctors stated that I would Whore barnyard manure is applied never get well with to garden soil for late vegetables it out an operation will be better to spread tho manure and that without it broadcast where possible and mix It I would not live one with the soil than to put it in rows year. My husband or hills, unless tho manure is well objected to any rotted and thoroughly mixed with operation and got me some of Lydia E. tho soil in hills or rows. Manure it Pinkham's Vegetafresh or cloddy or not well pulverble Compound. I took ized is likely to "burn" plants. EspeIt and commenced cially Is this noticeable when the apto get better and am now well, am plication la made late in the season. and able to do my own housework. The reason for manure having this stout recommend tho Vegetable ComI can effect upon plants is not well underpound to any woman who is sick and stood. Of courso when it is strongly run down as a wonderful strength and charged with alkali such as is com- health restorer. My husband says I mon in fresh manure and when would have been in my grave ere this In close contact with tho roots If it had not been for your Vegetablo , of p'"nts tho "burning" is easily ex- Compound." Mrs. Blanche Jeffeji-SON703 Lyon St, Des Moines, Iowa. plained. Dut often a liberal appliBefore submitting to a surgical operacation in the row or hill under tho tion it Is wise to try to build up the plant when not mixed with tho soil female system and cure Its derangemay intorfero with tho movement of ments with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegesoil moisture and thus deprlvo tho table Compound; It baa saved many roots of plants of needed moisture at women from surgical operations. a very critical time. This will be preVrlto to tho Lydia E. Plnkham vented if the gardner will take pains Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for to mix tho manure with tho soil and advice It will bo conMentlaL Representing Continental & Granite Co. Every "Woman "Wants i POPWifMECiMICS I HUSBAND OBJECTS TO OPERATION wide-awak- m Both political and religious des FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE potism are at war with truth, justice Diol7ocJ In watar for douche stops and the right, and fight and perse pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamcute all movements .for more free- mation. 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Dr. HIng's New Lte bills will make your complexion healthy and clear, move the bowels gently, stimulate the liver, cleanse the system and purify the blood. A splendid 25c at all drugspring medicine. 3 gists. - lmm c full of life and actionfilled with the fire of fine inspiration and followed by 250 short stories of adventure, , win maw gYOUTH'S r companion STORIES FROM THE AMERICAN HISTORY WIIEX ALASKA BECAME THE PROPEUTV OP THE UNITED STATES. ' Although Alaska is our only remaining territory on tho Western Hemplsphcro and wo recognize its great importance as a part of this country, purchased by ua as recently as 18G7, yet very little is known of the early history of tho northwestern arm of tho United States. On account of its Isolation practically unknown to us up to' half a century ago. It was In 1741 that Alaska was discovered by a Russian expedition under Bering. Small settlements began to be made, but nono of much consequence until 1799, when tho territory was granted to a fur company by tho Emperor Paul VIII. and tho charter was Itusso-Amerlc- an VY renewed in 1839. It was not until after the American purchase that portions of tho territory began to bo explored and mndo Into divisions, particularly by tho Telegraph Company, who went there in order to survey an overland telegraph route to Europe. As early as 1859 thero woro unofficial communications between tho Russian and American governments on tho subject, of tho sale of Alaska by the former to tho latter. Russia was moro than willing to part with a pleco of territory which sho found difficult to defend In war, and tho lutorests connectod with tho fisheries and fur trade in tho Northwest woro disposed to promoto tho transfer. In March, 18G7, deflnlto negotiations on tho subject wore opened by tho Russian minister at Washington, and on tho 23d of that month ho reSoward an ceived from Secretary offer, subject to the President's approval, of ?7, 200,000. on condition that the cession bo "freo and unencumbered by any reservations, privileges, franchises, grants or posess-lon- s companies, by any associated whether corporato or 'incorporate, " Russian or any other." Two days lator an answer was reRusso-Amerlc- .1 4 tho Czar consented to tho cession of Russian America for tho stipulated sum In gold. At 4 o'clock tho next morning tho treaty was signed by the two parties without furthe'r negotiation. In May tho treaty was ratiliod, and on Juno 20, 1867, the usual proclamation was Issued to by the President of the United States. On October 18 the formal transfer of the property was made at Sitka. Gen. Rousseau taking posessloa in turned stating that tho minister himself authorized to accept theso terms. On tho 29th final Instructions were received from St. Petersburg. On the same day a noto was addressed by the minister to tho Secretary of state informing him that cd tho namo of tho United States. For PELLAGRA CAUSE OF seventeen years after the purchase of Alaska Congress took no action DEATHS IN 1915 regarding the acquired territory, savo to protect financial Interests. Murder, rapine and lawlessness followed, and the citizens of Sitka in U. S. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICK one extremity appealed for aid to ISSUES BULLETIN FOR PREBritish Columbia and after a tlmo VENTION OF DISEASE. were protected by tho British navy. Finally, on May 17, 18S4, tho laws of Oregon were extended to Alaska, A faulty or restricted diet at this which authorized a governor, estab- season of the year is the chief factor lished district courts and- - commisin the production of pellagra. Measprosioners, created land districts, ures to prevent the developement of vided schools, etc. Whero moral obthe disease should be Instituted durligations failed, material interests ing the early Spring months, accordprevailed. Tho discovery of gold limImpelled ing to a circular of Information and the influx of miners by the United States Pubed Congress to act, and on May 14, 1898 lic Health Service. While the manrailway rights were granted. years ifestations of pellagra are in most On March 5, 1899, thirty-tw- o or Congress gave cases not in evidence until June after the cession, July, the condition invariably dates Alaska its first penal code of criminal from a faulty diet of earlier months. proceduro, drawn from the statutes Therefore, if due precautions are exof Oregon. The act of June 6, 190), ercised by individuals at the present providing for a civil government, time the havoc wrought by this made tho territory a civil and Ju- scourage may be greatly lessened, if dical district, and established the entirely eliminated. seat of government at Juneau. It en- not Danger Signals. powers of tho Governor larged tho and other civil officials, provided for i Tho report further calls attention district courts for each of the three to certain danger signals which judical divisions of Alaska, for pub- should be recognized by those who lic records, confirmed the rights of reside In pellagrous districts or those lands BCtuullyusod by Indians, schools who have had previous attacks of (bo provided for sec- disease. Among such warning sym- and missions, or ondary education and established a 'ptons aro extreme nervousness system of licenses on all classes of change In the mental characteristics Weakness or deof tho individual. business. Since May 7, 190C, when Alaska bility, a-- disinclination to undertake was recognized as a "Territory," It tho ordinary dally tasks, and unexhas representation through a delegate plained digestive symptons may all Whllo the Territory bo premonitory signs. These sympIn Congress. now has executive and judical officers tons do not, of course, necessarily it is without any legislative body, I mean tho developement of pellagra, and so depends on Congress for all but taken In connection with tho his monotonous, diet, laws and legislation. All things con- tory of a sidered, governmental provisions for they Bervo as a doflnlto warning of Alaska h,avo been wonderfully im- tho possibilities of Its onset. proved within the past decade, and Spring Diet. no doubt further' advances will ho Tho diet recommended by tho healmade whenovor thero Is practical th sorvlce for tho prevention of pellunanimity of recommendation on tho agra will not produce results if folpart of Alaska's leading citizens. lowed for a week or ten days only, Tho Louisville Evening Post. but If continuously and consistently used, under circumstances similar to Avoid Spring Colds. Us administration In tho various In- Sudden changos, high winds, shift- istltutions whero tho experimental ing seasons causo colds and grippe, tests havo been performed, it will aud theso spring colds aro annoying protect tho individual against the and dangerous and aro likely to turn , development of tho disease. Neccss-- i into a chronic summer cough, In arlly, a rigid unvaried diet Is wholly Buch cases take a treatment of Dr. undeslrablo and tho menu recomKing's Now Discovery, a pleasant mended Is only to Indicate In a genLaxatlvo Tar Syrup. It soothes tho eral way the character of tho food to cough, checks tho cold and holps bo proscribed. nt Frequently tho break up an attack of grippe. Its poverty, Inaccessibility to of already prepared, no mixing fussing. market supplies, or even personal your druggist tor a bottle ldlosynrasy, may require some Just ask of Dr. King's New Dlscovory. Tested of the diet table, so that 3 and tried for over 40 years. v strict adherence to Its components . . may not lu all respects bo practicable. Uroko Poor Father. as submitted 'got a piano at our The object of tho diet First Kid We is to minimize the consumption of houso. e and (starchy ttye Second Kid So'vo we. Wo got sweet) foods to increase the amount ours on tho insolvent plan. of fresh animal protein,, and of fresh legumes (peas and beans). The breakfast, for example, should consist of oatmeal and cream, withFOR FLETCHER'S out sugar, with either ham or break Breezy BJts. I Better Than Ever in 1915 8,000 to-d- ay ' Will the please give us the true story about that mysterious German fleet whloh ccmen out of Kiel Harbor, Inquires eagerly tbe whereabouts of the Br;:-is- h fleet, and then steams away la a Youth's Companion. If you do not know THE COMPANION nonhoriy direction? SCansas Ci'j let n tend jrou Thrse Currant Issues Star FREE. Indoss this Coupon with your 52 Times a Year request. We can be more clover than one, not 12. but not more clever than all. 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For i OvsW mm Ia tfep bac AaU-Vtl- a to4 Mia, Er- - y Which Do You Prefer? for reasons of health and practical .economy for every housekeeper to ask herself this question: "Doal prefer a pure baking powder like Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from grapes, or am I willing to use a baking powder made of alum or phosphate, both derived from mineral sources?" The names of the ingredients printed on the label show whether the kind you are now using or any brand, new or old, that may be offered is a genuine cream of tartar powder, or merely a phosphate or alum compound. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum nor phosphate. but no, thank, you, after our experience with tt collogo professor wo preJ. II. Thomas Snys Fanners May fer puttlng.lho ship of stato In chargo of a statesman. this time. Profit By Uso of Glcnmoro Klop. RELIEVES HOG O. K. ;' t I noted with It is getting rather monotonous, Editor Republican: interest the liberal feed advertlne-me- this sending last notes to Germany. nt FEED It is important A Card to Owners of Rural Telephone Lines We are anxious to ace that all lines owned by other parties and connected with us are kept in such condition as to furnish efficient service. Where the owners of rural lines are responsible for their upkeep, with them. wo want to All lines require a thorough overeauling occasionally if the best service is to be obtained. We recommend that every line connected with us be overhauled at least once a year, and that at least one experienced telephone man assist in this work. The cost of this work when divided among all the patrons of the line, makes the amount paid by each man small, and this cost will be more than offset by the improved service. , If the owners of rural telephone lines in this section are experiencing trouble with their service, we will appreciate their talking the matter over with our Manager or writing us fully. We will gladly do what we can toward helping you improve the condition of your line. co-opera- v ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York said to have been repulsed In an tense attack near Garbunovka. in- LATEST WAR NEWS ? Bethmann-HollweGermany. Dr. von the German Imperial Chancellor, has returned to Berlin after a visit to army headquarters, where he discussed the American note to Germany, concerning Germany's submarine warfare, with the German leaders. The Chancellor's early return is taken to indicate that Germany's reply has been formulated. France. A German attack against the salient at La Chapelotte was Monday says the Paris War Ofllce Franco. Battles of heavy propor- statement. Activity on the part of tions havo i'i'I) in progress on a tho French aviators caused the loss of 5n tho Ralkans. Heavy fronts four Gorman aeroplanes during the artillery duels are reported In Franc i day. The intense bombardment ar- and Belgium, while the French and ound Verdun continues. tJirmans continue their engagements b: the Vensin front. Great Britain. England's practice in regard to neutral trade which Russia. The Germans are still havo been protested against by the using their big guns on the Russian United States are "Judicially sound front and have bombarded the Russ- and valid," according to the latest ian aviation station in the Gulf of British note made public by the Riga. Petrograd and Conastantino-pl- o A commission State Department. each report successes on the has been appointed to find ways to h front. minimize delays. I cy-ept Russian-Turkis- g, Thursday Mexico. American cavalry under Gen. George A. Dodd defeated a force of 260 Villa bandits at Tomac'ile April 22, according to a report received by Gen. Funston from Gen. Pershing yesterday. The American losses were two killThe Mexed and three wounded. ican casualties are said to have been six dead and nineteen wounded. The at one Villa outlaws, time, attempted to make a stand, but were unable to withstand the American attack. Secretary Baker after a conference with President Wilson, sent Instructions to Gen. Scott to guide him in his negotiations with Gen. Obregon. Tho Secretary stated that the mess-ag- o told Gen. Scott to make every effort to obtain the full of the de facto troops. On Tlio Seas. Four vessels an Italian steamer, a French bark and two British steamers are reported to have been sunk by submarines. All their crews are believed to have been saved. truce England. The political which ended the English Cabinet crisis appears to be of short duration. The attitude of David Lloyd-Georg- e and the Labor party threatens to cause another disruption. Tuesday American United States. The Ambassador in Berlin and the German Imperial Chancellor have held an extended conference, presumably concerning the American note to Germany demanding an immediate cessation of Germany's present meth ods of submarine warfare. The Chancellor, according to a Berlin dispatch, will again proceed to the German headquarters and discuss the situation with Emperor William before Germany's reply is sent to Washington. England. Martial law has been declared In the city and County of Dublin as a result of the revolutionary outbreak in Dublin City. The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland reports the situation in Dublin as satisfactory and says provincial advices are reassuring. Several positions taken by the revolutionists, notably St. Stephens Green, havo been recaptured by the Government forces, and Liberty Hall, headquarters of the Slim Fein party, has been seized. Owing to tho famlno in rubber In Germany thero is a scarcity In stocking garters which Is causing great embarrassment and lnconvlence to tho wonibn. Some "manufacturers are experimenting with snake skins as a substltuto for tho elastic garters, but thus far this lnnovotlan has not met with any success. Most women are using ribbons or even ordinary string with which to hold up their stockings, and it is said to be a common sight in the streets ot Berlin to see women suddenly stop and stoop while they make desperate efforts to hold up tholr falling stockings. This has become; so frequent that the matNo effort is mado to conceal the Not Pampered. it ter has becomo quite a Joke and !s Doctor (to Mrs. Perkins, whoso the subject ot burlesque in the music Administrator's Notice, fact that Gov. Stanley and Senator All porsons having claims against James havo planned to the last de husband is ill) "Has ho had any nans uuu uiuuiurn, uuu mo luuuiuuuu the estate ot B. P. Potty, deceased, tail tho Lexington convention. No lucid intervals?" Is mado that, it tho war continues, Mrs. Perkins (with dignity) "E's fashion will permit the Germau wom aro hereby notified to presont tho doubt tho resolutions at that convenwriting. same properly proven to me nt Nartion will warmly endorse tho State 'ad nothing except what you ordered, en to go without stockings. McIIenry is making onthuastlc ef- administration and Senator James' doctor." rows, Ky., on or boforo May 1st, Russia. Tho second detachment troops to he sent to forts to get in tho county baso ball record In Congress. 1916, or they will be forever barred. of Russian Rich Miser Starves. Franco landed at Marseilles yester- leaguo. Erie, Pa., April 23. Old Jim Persons knowing themselves indebt- -' day. A great ovation was given the We are besieged by some fellows Churchill starred to death in an 8 x ed to the above estate will please see FOR FLETCHER'S It's easy tor the average woman to up In. New York to sign a pledge to 10 room a fow days ago, j John H. mo and settle at once. soldiers by tho French populace. On I L. B. DANIEL, Admr. support a business man tor president, Walker, Erie merchant, whom ho bad tho eastern f rout tho Russians aro J keep a secret going. n, Ca-rau- za Only Verdun reports Battlefields. were received yesterday, indicating Mexico. Gen. Carranza has agreed inaction on all other battlefronts. In tho Vosges mountains tho Gertq a conference between MaJ. Gen. Scott and Gen. Obrcgon. Ambassador mans captured first and second line Designate Arrcdondo so Informed trenches northeast of Celles, while Secretary Lansing lato yesterday and tho French frustrated an attack to said the conference would bo held the south of this position. a cither at Juaroz or El Paso as soon as Gen. Obrcgon could reacii the McHENRY. bordto School closed at this place last . week with a good entertainment Western Fronts. Artillery bom- from each grade. bardments havo been in progress on The lecturo given by Prof. Cherry tho French and Belgian lines, the was enjoyed by all present. In tho Germans boing aggressive Mrs. Will Vaughn of this place has former Instance and tho French In beon visiting relatives in Simmons the latter. French aerial squadrons for several days. havo dropped largo numbers of shells Mrs. Josse Torrence and children at Longuyon, Stonay, Dun and near aro visiting the formers parents near Montfaucon. Mt. Zlon. Mr. Rascal PJrtlo wife and baby Eastern Fronts. Fighting between are visiting relatives at Cromwell. the Russian and Gorman-Austria- n Mr. Georgo Wilson, of Harrlsburg, forces has continued with no import- 111., and Mr. Waltor Watson of Her-rlant changes. Tho same is true of 111., are spending a fow days at tho Italians and Austrlaus. this place. Miss Bertha Toll Is visiting rela Wednesday tives in Indiana at present. Mr. Virgil Craddock and family of Ireland. Dublin has been tho sceno of serious fighting between Beaver Dam, have moved to this members of tho Sinn Fein Society place and Mr. Craddock is running a by barber shop at Pierces old stand. and regular troops reenforced Dr. J. S. Smith is slowly improvLoyalists lost local volunteers. The . about a dozen men killed and nine- ing. Mr. Delmer Austin lost all of his teen wounded. Tho causalties ot the rioters have not been ascertained. horses last week. Small pox Is still raging at this Many of tho disturbers wero arrested. v ! Because deNational Convention havo reserved all available hotel rooms for the period of the convention In June, women suffragists who will hold a convention at tho same tlmo may have to charter lake steamers to provide sleeping 'places. Forty thousand women are expected to come here to participate in a great demonstration nnd parade and Mrs. Georgo Bass, chairman of the Hospitality Committee, has been seeking in vain to find accommodations for the convention. She will go to Milwaukee Saturday to try to find accommodations thero and said It sho failed sho would LISTEN! try to charter lake steamers to proButWe have for sale a 260-acr- e county farm, residence, 2 barns, vide for those who could not be ler timber, 200 fruit trees, good water, cared for in private homes. bottom land, coal underneath. L. & N. Special. This farm is situated 8 miles from The L. & N. Railroad Co., will run Rochester on the Bowling Green Ono and a special from Providence to Louisroad, near Green River. one-ha- lt miles from postofflce and has ville, Ky., on April 29th, next, on within two following schedule: two school buildings p. m. rate $1.75 miles. Wo know you will want to Lv. Moorman, 1:09, l.f. Centertown, 1:25, p. m. rate: 1.75 hear more about It when we toll you 1 ro p. that It goes for the remarkable, price Lv. Hartford, 1:45, p. m. rate m. rate i.:o Lv. Sunnydale, 200, of $10 per acre. Other real estate 2:10, p. m. rate 1.50 for sale, including three Hartford Lv. Dundee, Arrlvo Ellmltch, 2:30, p. m. residences. Arrive Louisville, G:30, p. m. TINSLEY & BARNETT, Agts Returning, leaves Louisville, 7:00, Hartford, Ky. 41tf p. m., April 30th. t BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Fox Takes Nap On Porch. (By J. II. Thomas.) Duratc, Cal., April 23. When C. A. Werner opened his liouso tho other After having been three times his party's 'nominee, for the presidency morning he found nhis swinging seat by a fox. With Mr. Bryan was defeated In Nebraska occupied last week for delegate to the Demo- tho cushion for a nest, ho was restencratic National convention. Indeed ing comfortably, and evidently "the attachments of the multitude joyed his quarters. When his presence became known are capricious and inconstant." tho members of the family came invasion of trooping out to see tho porch climber. This second and withdrawal from Mexico but In- Then the fox disappeared under the creases the Greaser's contempt. 4or house, where his nature prompted him to hide until' the spectators left these once proud United States. tho porch, when, finding the coast jumpWe are for Roosevelt because tho again clear, the fox gracefully ed on the porch and Into tho swingPresident forced us to It. ing seat, and, with an almost human adThe presldental primary for which air ot comfort and satisfaction, we howled long and loud for only a justed tho pillow and settled down to nap. little while ago Is so far very much complete tho morning of a farce. For Sale. Ono black mare, 7 years old, 10 We compromized all bets on hands high, will bring a colt this Hughes when Henry Ford beat him spring. Sho Is a fine driver, good two to one In tho Nebraska primary. pacer, &c. Will bo sold at a bargain. Can bo seen at W. M. It Is a sort ot grim joke, this rush Flener's, Beaver Dam, Ky. ing more troops to Mexico to help C. A. Hunt, Beaver Dam. 41t4 withdraw those already there. Holy o- Moses! Woodrow, why don't you Blind Editor Is Hustler. Mtlford. Ohio, April 23. 0. Magco Adams, 22 years old, an Ohio State May bo It was because Col. Bryan University graduate and blind, Is tho wouldn't stay instructed at Baltimore new editor of tho Vallo"? Enterprise, that Nebraska refused to bend him to a weekly newspaper, and does pracSt. Louis. tically all tho work on It except in tho mechanical departments. For once wo have achieved a great Tho paper has beon revolutionized victory over Germany. We havo con- slnco tho blind editor' took chargo, fiscated all tho private papers of a subscribers say. It now is arranged minor clerk to a resident German much llko a city dally, and exhibits undor-olucla- l. tt signs of enterprise, which aro unfamiliar as they aro Interesting to its Perhaps if wo would promise readers. uevcr again to shlnucy on his Adams uses a typewriter. An assido he would allow us to withdraw sistant reads many of tho local Items in peace our soldiers this ono moro turned In by subscribers and he retime. writes them in better news form. of tho Glenmore Distilling company In your issuo of last week. I happened to bo a U. S. storekeeper at tho Olenmoro Distillery during tho entire summer of 1913 when this plant Inaugurated, on a largo scalo tho sale and distribution of distillery slop as a stock food, and I am familiar In somo detail with tho great possibilities of this feed product. For a number of years previous Daviess county farmers had In a small way, experimented with distillery slop as a feed product, but not until that year had tho plant undertaken to demonstrate the great value of tho food value, for stock, of what had an been formerly been considered inconsequential In the distillation of spirits only tho starch of the grain is utilized and the protein and oil are left Intact in the spent beer, and tho protein being thoroughly cooked Is much more easily digested than whole grain. Careful experiments made by Daviess county farmers, by weighing in and weighing out stock in tho feed ing process, have thoroughly demon strated, that for hogs especially, this distillery feed is only about one third tho cost of whole grain. So highly is the feed value of this distillery product prized by the farmers who havo experimented with It that I havo seen dally from early morning till long after the usual closing hour a steady stream of their turn for loading. IVls true that Ohio county farmers are handftapped by distance In taking advantage ot this cheap stock feed, but we think If thoy were once acqualntpd with Its. economy to string of tank cars like those running dally over tho Texas and L. & N., would be running over the roads of this county. At any rate we suggest that it would be worth while for our farmers to Investigate the practlcabi-l- y of the enterprise. I After Gov. Stanley mounted tho water wagon most of Kentucky's big distilleries turned to the production ot commercial alcohol. The Loulsvlllo Post Is still loyal to tho President but Its grip on tho Stato administration is slipping. Socially Will Kaltenbachcr la a fine fellow, but as a political dopester for tho Loulsvlllo Times Knit Is no Cherry tree George Washington. Black Mlnorcas, Northup by big classy cockerels from Tennessee, mated' to my choice hens and pullets. Whlto Wyandottcs, cholco cocks mated to my best hens and pullets, not akin. Both breeds heavy winter layers. Eggs from cither or both breeds $1.00 per 15, $3.00 for 50. Castrating nnd other veterinary work carefully dono. L. T. BARNARD, 40tG Hartford, Ky., R. 4. S. C. te Errs For Hutching. Strain pens, headed WOMEN' SUFFRAGISTS Steam-cr- s Slay bo Compelled to Sleep on at Chicago. Chicago, April 25. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED legates to the Republican BOX 119, OWENSBORO, KY. J THis : ! Space Is Reserved For A. B. Row & Son Centertown, Ky. Who Manufacture tho Best FARM WAGON That money can build in one of tho most jvi-mui- shops in Western uru irv!.iruu iti uu mi hiiiiis ui uuiCKSIUHIllllg aim lie- iuu pairing neatly and on very short notice. They aro also dealers in high grado Farm Implements nnd e can furnish you an) thing from a Plow to a Farm one-hors- 5 Tractor. Mr. Itouc has had thirty-on- e jears experience ns a smith, and their only guarantee is to gio you satisfaction or your money back if they fall. t . full-grow- 6 Attention k Farmers! f f I -- J J We q'uoto you carload prices on Drain Tile. Note Prices as fol- lows: 25c per rod, weight 140 lbs. to rod 4 inch, 5 Inch, 35c per rod, weight 192 lbs. to rod G Inch, 45c per rod, weight 221 lbs. to rod 7Cc per rod, weight 312 lb3. to rod 8 Inch, 8 If you will write us, giving your railroad station, wo will tell you what tho freight per rod will be. We will secure tho lowest pos- Z slblo freight rate. Let us figure out tho cost of a carload for yau, delivered at your depot. Wrlto us a postal card, and our prlco will come to you by first 2 mall. f t V i I JnUe WilHOn, Mgr. FORDSVILLE PLANING Incorporated MILL COA1PANY f T FORDSVILLE, KY. ? - TIU3V WON'T STAY UP. re-slg- u? Shortage of Itiibbcr Causes Embarrassment For German Women. nsked to take care of his bclonglng3 In caso of his death, found in his room $117, a certificate of deposit of $5G0 in tho First National Bank of Erie and ninety shares of Atchison, Topoka and Santa Fo Railroad stock, valued at moro than $14,000. In all, his cstato amounts to about $15,000. Churchill wasa woodworker, hut ho had lived from hand to mouth In one room onjhe second door of ono of Erlo's worst buildings for years. On sovcral occasions In tho winter, John Walker, who seemed to bo his only friend besides Edward C. Clark, superintendent of tho City Rescuo Mission, paid his gas bills. Among his papers .was found an account showing that during the last month ot his life his expenses wero $3.20, $3 tor tho room and 20 cents for food. Children Ory C A ST0R A r