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CONTROVERSY 18 FINALLY SETTLED AGREEMENT BETWEEN MIM.K3 AND OPERATOHS AUK MAIM PUBLIC HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916. caso shall bo submitted to tho umplro for final decision, as provided In tho award of tho Anthraclto Coal Strike Other paragraphs of o agreement stlpulato minor duties tho Grievance Commltteo affect ing discharges, rates and other mat- CHURCH UNION 18 ADVOCATED IJY EPISCOPAL ters. Iteenrdlnc tho present nrlces of powder and miners', supplies at tho colliers, It Is set forth that theso shall bo continued during the life of tho new contract. MANY THOUSANDS 8EEIC IJOARI) IN CONFERENCE AT SAHATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. WAGE ADVANCE GRANTED CHEERED DECLARATIONS TICKETS TO CONVENTION Bishops' Report Shows Church MemTor Eight Hour Mcii'h Contention Chicago, 111., May 3. Twenty-Av- o bership Has Increased nt n Very Day A1m Upheld Uy Subcom. to thousand applications for tickets Rapid Rate. "in U tecs. the Republican national convention 7 already have been rehero Juno Not ceived, It was learned side." Saratbga Springs, May 3. RecomWashington, New York, May 1. Col. Theodore May 1. The AdNew York, May 2. Details of tho more than 10,000 of theso requests Over tho heated protest of Admin settlement of tho anthracite coal con-- 1 can bo granted, according to Frod mendations of the board of bishops ministration's fight for the Senate istration leaders the House, by a vote Roosevelt, on his return here tonight troversy as a result of the negotla-- 1 w. Upham, chairman of tho Chicago of tho Methodist Episcopal church Philippine bill with Its Clark amend- of 203 to 154, instructed its conferees from Chicago, Issued a statement ex authorizing independence not to agree to any declaration set- pressing gratification with tho recep-tlo- n tlons which havo been going on for arrangements committee, and It- - Is for a organized union with tho Meth- ment of his views on "preparedness, weeks between tho operators and tho said preference will be given to tho odist Episcopal Church, South, arous- for the Islands within four years was ting a definite time for granting tho national duty and Americanism" la in the House. After islands independence. miners wero made public hero today subscribers to the fund that was rals-b- y ed great enthusiasm yesterday among lost the delegates at the general confer- voting 213 to 105 'to strlko out the the Mlddlo West. Col. Roosevelt dethe operators. Tho agreement, ' od to bring the convention to ence. Bishop Berry of Philadelphia, Clarke amendment, tho House by a SUES FOR FAILURETO clared ho Is not Interested In the poIncreased wages, shorter g0. hours an dvlrtual recognition of tho j Among early applications received said the demonstration was most sig- rote of 251 to 17 passed as a DELIVER TOBACCO CROP litical fortunes of himself or others, for tho entiro measure of and, after outlining the principles adunion. Is as yet unsigned, but slnco 3 0no from Indiana for 1,000 scats, nificant. Each declaration of a unIn the Philippines and ion met with prolonged cheers. It has met with tho approval of tho made by members of tho Paducah, Ky., May 3. The second vocated In recent speeches, said: The membership of the Methodist catrylng a preamble declaring tho in- suit of .its kind has been filed in Cir"It can not be said too often that which havo been In banks Reception Committee," which tention of the United States to grant cuit Court by the DIckerson Tobacco this Is a time of crisis In the Nation's Is not anticipated ' js g0on to open headquarters In this Episcopal denomination has increassession hero, that It will bo rejected at tho miners j cty. Marching" clubs from all over ed between 300,000 and 400,000 independence ultimately Company against W. A. Miller for career. We are now laying the founconvention at Pottsville, Pa., $120 damages for failure to execute dation and the controlling lines of a tho country also havo made applica- every four years for more than a ha'f fixing a date. Now the bill goes to conference be- a contract to deliver his crop of to- now era In our history. Everything a century, according to tho Episcopal tion. Tho agreement will bo rctoractlvo Secretary James B. Reynolds nnd address of the Board of Bishops read tween the two houses, with tho op- bacco. The plaintiff alleged it con- I can do will be done to sue that the to April 1 and will averts threaten- - Sergoant-at-Arm- s William F. Stone, at today's session of the Methodist ponents of the Clarke amendemtn tracted for Miller's tobacco, 4,000 people, West and East, realize the ed strlko which would throw some ot tn0 Republican National Commit general conference by Bishop John satisfied1 that it is dead at least for pounds, to bo delivered prior to June facts and act accordingly. "By no act of mine, by no word of this session of Congress. 17G.000 employes Into idleness. 1, for which the defendant was to retee, aro expected in Chicago this W. Hamilton of Boston. The House remained in session un- ceive five cents per pound. Since mine has this grave question been la' The agreement" contains no men- week to open tho preliminary headTho Episcopal address which is thq tion ot tho closed shop or of tho quarters from which the work of formal utterance ot the Bishops of til late tonight to take the final vote. signing the contract the DIckerson volved In factional politics. In every "checkoff" system, which have been preparing tho convention hall will bo the church reviewed the work of tho ThlrtyJ democrats Joined the solid Re- company claimed the defendant sold State in which the law governs such points of dispute during tho negotia- directed. denomination since tho Minneapolis publican minority in defeating the all of the crop but 1,500 pounds to matters I have promptly withdrawn my name from all factional struggles'. tions. Regarding tho former, how-ove- r, conference of 1912 and made recom- Clarke amendment which had been other dealers. In a cable message from Trinidad on it was pointed out by tho operamendations concerning futuro labors. given unqualified indorsement by tors, the agreement will, when ap- CHAUTAUQUA TO BE March 9 last, I requested and Insist--e- d It Is emphasized the responsibility President Wilson. It was the first proved by tho convention, bo signed that my friends In Massachusetts and opportunity resulting from the marked victory of the year over any AMERICAN TROOPS part of the President's legislative pro by John P. White, president of tho ' HELD IN HARTFORD European war saying: refrain from such a contest, and I United Mlno Workers of America, would have invoked the law there as "Tho occasion requires the keenest gram and the Republicans were noisTO BE WITHDRAWN did In other States it there had been and by other officials of tho union, discernment and most tolerant ap- ily jubilant over it. After each vicand that this is in effect recognition, such a law. In t)iat statement I also preciation of the opinions and feel- torious vote they applauded for sevof the union, giving the miners the I FIFTEEN LOCAL BUSINESS MEN ings in the several belligerent na- eral minutes and by way of mocking said that I was not interested in tho right to organize in order to better PUT UP THE N2.CESSARY tions. This especially true of Meth- tho Democrats emitted repeatedly the GEN. SCOTT REACHES AN AGREE- political fortunes either of myself or tholr conditions. As for the "checkothers, and I have resolutely stuck to' MENT WITH OBREGON IS GUAKANTKE. odists, who by their systems, ot famous "rebel" yell of tho majority. off" system, the operators havo conREPORT. that determination. I have not exchurch policy aro related to every na- Democrats accepted their dpfeat in tended all along that it would bo pressed and" do'tfofintend to Express tion nt war. In Petrograd, Rome, silence1. and detrimental to their Tho first vote taken after eight myself as being for or against any Frankfort, Franco and Hungary tho Mr. E. G. Shousi. of the Interests to constitute themselves as Welfare Chautauqua Leaguo, work of the church is being planned hours debato In committee of the El Paso, Tex., May 3. Gen. Alvaro man. collecting agents for a union, and Indianapolis, Ind., wpo in Hartford and carried on with a forward look." whole showed 193 to 151 votes again Obregon, Mexican Minister of War, ,JAs regards myself, I do not beprovision. this point tho miners waived. tho Senate Chairman Friday, and beforo he had been hero issued a statement to the lieve that the delegates ought to nomLimits the Bishops. Agreement on Legislation half a day he had contracted to bring The plan adopted four years ago of Jones, of tho Insular Affairs Com- Associated Press In which he said: inate me at Chicago unless they are and withThe agreement contains a provision a Chautauqua hero this summer. It trying out the resldental supervision mittee, then attempted to procure the "As tho result of the conference yes- prepared that neither side shall Initiate or en- I his not yet been decided what dates on the part of the Bishops whereby adoption of substitutes extending the terday with Gen. Scott the atmos- out reserve to make the fight along courage legislation which would in wo will have it, but It will bo hero in each Bishop has charge of tho annual time limit for freeing the Filipinos. phere seems now completely cleared the lines above outlined. I am fighttiny way affect tho obligations of tho July or August, not later than Sep- conferences contiguous to his epis- They were quickly voted down. The up. There is a much better feeling ing for certain principles. Those who now contract or impair any ot Its tember. and Mexicans take their stand in such a matter becopal residence, has been satisfactory first, to grant freedom In not less between Americans cause of factional or personal preprovisions, which aro to bo continuTho talent put out by the Com to the bishops, but they feel that It is than two or not more than six years, and all tension seems vanished. was defeated 186 to 14G, and the secjudice are either lacking In patriotMay, 1920. ed until munity Welfare Company is of tho undersirabla to group several such "An agreement has not been reachContract rates for each colliery are very best and that sent hero will no Episcopal ereas. "It tends," the ad- ond, making the minimum time four ed, but everything is progressing ism or else are blind to the tremenyears and increased 7 per cent, over and above doubt bo very instructing and have tho highest dous forces at work tho world over. dress sets fourth -- "to limit the ex- lost 193 to the maximum eight waB favorably and 1C2. effected in April, 1912, and tho terestlng to Ohio countains. A largo perience and knowledge of tho bishhopes that matters will reach a suc- In the midst of a tragedy without parallel in the world's vision, the Then came the substitution of tho cessful culmination." working day establishment by tho tcyit will bo erected insldo a canvas ops to restricted sections, to prevent Anthraclto Coal Strlko Commission cnclousuro and a double program will a wise and proper use of tho transfer Jones bill. The entire House Insular It was reported on good authority work to be done Is not that of the Is reduced form nine to eight hours, bo rendered twice daily, afternoon system (for ministers), to hlnderthclr Commltteo had agreed to it before that Gen. Obregon had re- politician, but of the patriot. ' "For that reason I most earnestly Employes who aro paid by tho day or ana-- night. ceived assurances that the terms ot (the bishop's) most perfect service tho Senate bill had passed, and the same measure was pass- tho tentative agreement would be ac hope that the delegates who go to hour sliall, except in certain clrcum-- 1 bring this company to thoso parts ot the church which i or(er to Chicago will nominate some man on stances, bo paid for an eight-honecessary to put a guar-da- y are missionary in character, and ed bythe House at the last session of ceptable to Gen. Carranza. ( hero n Was Congress. Without further debate whom Republicans and Progressives at tho rato establishment for nlno nnteo nnd the fifteen Hartford their largest uso of the church boards can combine, and who, moreover, can under tho expiring ng'reement, jne3a men who signed tho contract whoso operations cover tho entiro on other sections of the Senate bill, El Paso, Tex., May 3. Mexican be heartily supported by all indeMr. Jones offered his measure as a military men believe this payment being subject to an in- - nro: Mnyor Jt c neri J. country." withdrawal of by j creaso of 3 per cent. jr. Williams, C. O. Hunter, W. H. Tho proposal to' reunite tho Meth substituto for tho remainder of the the American troops from Mexico will pendent citizens, and particularly Hoisting engineers, who were in RUeyi j, n D Carson, F. L. Felix, odist Episcopal church and tho Meth- Senate bill and it Immediately was all Independent Democrats who are two place in about take loyal to tho nationalism of Andrew March, 1912, granted an eight-hou- r A j, Dnrnett, W. H,. Barnes, A. C. odist Episcopal church South which adopted. months, it was learned day. will receive a 3 per cent, iiv Porter, Marvin Bean, E. P. Moore, divided about 70 years ago, over tho There is nothing in the body of tho Amerlpan officers will make no com- Jackson and who aro prepared to put creaso, provisions being made, how-ove- r, Honry Leach, H. E. Brown, E. G. question of slavery, is approved In Jones bill promising independence to ment on tho subject. the vital honor and Interest ot this which will effect tho nrrango-me- Barass nnd James Lyons. tho Filipinos nor anything' in any nation above all mere partisan conthe address. Tho attltudo ot the bishpart of it setting a definite timo for a ACCUSED MEN MAICE of tho working shift. Hoisting siderations. I hope they will choose A sultablo location has not yet ops on this question follows: nine-houpon whom all can unite and basis been selected but tlio tent will bo engineers now on a declaration ot their independence. ''We? are convinced of tho essential DASH FOR LIBERTY a man who, If elected, wo can be absolutely whose duties rcqujro that theso hours stretched as near tho business part unity ot tho two great Methodlsms In Tho preamblo merely states that it shall bo continued will havo their pay of town ns possible. Season tickets doctorlno and life, and this essential always has been tho intention ot tho certain will put the principles above Owensboro, Ky May 1. As J. W. set forth Into actual effect In tho govIncreased 7 per cent. All company will soon bo on salo at reducod rates. union must In duo season express It- United States Government to give tho Rico and James Black, two alleged men whoso hours aro to bo contlucd self In outward and organic from. islands their freedom and In order "yeggmen," w'ero acquitted in tho ernment of the country.". o In excess of nluo hours a day or who that they may bo better prepared for A nfnn. IrtirMir It lm n UUltV," IAiif 1'V.UftU UMUH t 1711, M nnnnln V Without presuming to pronounce upare wonuug on a munuu, uub. " tivo range is a steady drain on the on tho terms of union wo dcclaro our- It a larger degree of control over United States District Court hero to DEWEY CELEI5RATES 18TH .MANILA HAY ANNIVERSARY receive a I pur cum. uiuruubu wnuiu-e- r family purso. A rango export, who selves earnestly in favor of tho or- their domestic atfalrs Is placed in day on a chargo of blowing tho post-offlsate at Sebree, Ky., thew mado paid hourly, dally or monthly. will havo chargo of our MAJESTIC ganic union ot tho Methodist Episcop- their hands. 1. Admiral May Washington, Eight Hour' Heal Work. Manuel L. Quezon tho resident a dash from the court room to escape DEMONSTRATION, week of May 8 al church and tho Methodist Episcopcelebrated tho tlgh- agreement provides that an to 13 will show you how to reduce al church South, and of such other Commissioner of tho Philippines, in arrest at the hands of pollco officers, Dewey y Tho who wero waiting to take them toteenth anniversary of the Battle of eight-hoday means olght hours ot household exponscs. bodies as may share our common- - Congress, said ho was so greatly dls- - Lexington, where they are acused ot Manila Bay. As president of the wo appointed over tho failure of the Sen- E. P. BARNES & BRO., work for nil classes, not Inactual inun aim experience, Moreover ato bill In tho House that he would a similar offense. Rico was almost navy general board, Admiral Dewey cluding noon timo. Beaver Dam, Ky. declnro ourselves In favor of such a Immediately recaptured, but Black was at his desk as usual y giving m ft Tho ngreeraent says that tho operunion upon terms that shall provldo not return to Congress. my work in Cong- led the pursuing officers a chase ot personal attention to the duties ot Murderess Gets Money. "This ends ators' right to uso mining machines an ample and brotherly protection for Frankfort, Ky May 3. Emma any minority." ress," ho said, "I am not coming several miles bofore being cornered. his office. under contracts on a day basis shall When tho verdict of acquittal was A short drive, followed by a family not bo questioned, and minimum Eversolo, who is serving a prison Tho bishops praised tho denomina back. What Is tho use? The action read, Deputy United States Marshal dinner and early retirement rounded tatos of payment aro set forth rang- - j sentence for killing her husband, tional activities among the negroes of the Houso tonight makes the fight on ing from $2.34 a day for helpers to M. C. Eversolo, in Porrj county, in of tho south, tile labors of tho mis- - r independence harded. I notlco J, E. Jackson placed his hand by out the day. Black's shoulder, but was ordered Admiral Dewey, who Is 79 years sll,8,e Uepubllcan yoted $3.30 for miners. Theso rates sue- - 1913, Is entitled to dower in his es- - sion boards and tho study and crltl- -' 'hat They Judgo Walter Evans to release the old, Is In his usual good health. of $750 exemp- Hum nf tho scrlntures under the di- - for tho Clarko amendment. 3 per cent, basis under tho tato and cccd a man becauso ho could not bo arrestSecretary Daniels and officers of now wago. It is said that where- min- tions, said tho Court ot Appeals yes- rection. ot the laymen's missionary ha'l ll n "Bured out in advance." Mr. Quezon had advocated the Sen ed on Federal property. It was then his advisory council made their ancover veins not hereto- terday, reversing the Perry Circuit society. ing machines Child labor, tho growth ot men fled. nual pilgrimage to Admiral Dewey'8 fore mined, tho wages of tho men Court. Nolther public policy nor the Mormonlsm, tho repeal of Sabbath ate bill in an earnest speech during that tho Detectlvo Chief Malcolm Brown office and Mr. Daniels expressed his bo not less than thoso establish- common law rule that a person may observanco laws in several 'localities tho afternoon, He told the House shall ed for machine mining on tho day not profit by his own wrongdoing, and the liquor traffic were denounced that Japan would not seize tho is- and Capt. Egan, of Lexington, who good wishes. lands if they wero freed, nnd more- wore nearby, gave pursuit as Black basis. Theso men agreo to maintain tho court observed, can overthrow in tho address. Ask your neighbor who has a MAover that Japan would keep off any and Rico ran. Black took tho steps efficient operation In this work and tho plain statutory direction as to range the disposition of her husband's propAll children are Invited to bo at European nation that might turn six at a time and gavo the revolvlug JESTIC, which is the best assure a full olght hours' work. a whirl that it delayed made; then come to our SPECIAL eyes that way. doors such contested our storo on Tuesday between 3 and hungry It Is provided that all grievances erty. Her referred to tho Board ot Conciliation her right. There aro six minor chil- 5 in the afternoon. We have a I "Japan is not going to antagonize his pusurers long enough to give him MAJESTIC 8 DEMONSTRATIONtho to 13th and let shall bo heard and a decision render- dren, but as Mrs. Eversolo cannot live pleasant surprise for them. Watch the European nations and the United a block's start. Officers In. automo week of May factory show you why. "Japan knows that biles accomplished un enveloping man from the j States," he said. ed within sixty days oxcopt as exten- with them, being in orison, she is en our advertisement in this paper. E. P. BARNES &' BRO., the Philippine people ne,ver would be movement and lie was "caught In a E. P. BARNES &DRO.l' sion may bo mutually agreed upon, titled to exemptions ot one child I Beaver Dam, Ky. happy under the Japanes6 flag, and back yard. Beaver Dam, Ky. and that If no decision Is reached the only. .. ' ' ., ArfAj.an4 A.a . to-daChlca-llivolvlsub-etitu- to es 1 but-wlthoCom-nunity ht whole-heartedly so ht ur bus-hours or nt ur I co to-daur to-da- that it would mean that Japan would havo war with somo other nation." PATRIOT NEEDED "Have you confidence in the world nations to believe that you will be let BILL alono nfter you are free and IndepenTO GUIOE dent without a standing army and navy?" demanded Representative O'Shaughncssy. LOWER HOUSE- - DEFEAT MEAS "I havo no more confidence in the ROOSEVELT DECLARES THIS IS URE 11Y 213 TO 105 TIME OF CRISIS IN CAREER. world nations than the small nation VOTE. OF AMERICA. of tho American people In 177G when there wero only 3,000,000 of them," replied Mr. Quezon. FIRST MINORITY VICTORY He said he was satisfied, however. HONOR MUST BE UPHELD thnt tlin lllll WrtlllH trr yor tn t..i' Senate, go into conference, there to die. Over Plan Urged by Wilson Giving Urges Republicans to Select Man Who "If Abraham Lincoln were here toIndependence, to IsCan Put Honor of U. S. Abovo day," ho added, "ho would bo belands. Partisan Considerations. wildered. He would have to bo in you on the Republican troduced to KNOCKOUT GIVEN PHILIPPINE nt ono-soven- step-childr- w.. .i. V government bureau. Tho train will glvo tho peoplo of the country a letter: ARMY SCANDALS quarter of a mllo of graphic Illustra"It was filed with tho chief clerk OF MARKSMANSHIP tions of tho government's efforts knowledge that It had without my along humanitarian lines. near AdBROUGHT FORTH been written.wasAlthough omco dally, Whllo tho schedule has not yet In my miral Flske beon definitely arranged, tho safety ho did not tell me that he had placed 1V JOHN It. COX IN THE MAY special will first go over tho lines of tho communication on Me." NUMI1EK POPUIiAH MEtho Baltimore and Ohio railroad, AND LKTTEU KAII) OK COLUMHUS CHANICS. stopping first at Philadelphia nnd OF ADMIKAh KISKK CAUSE Dangers of Draft. then proceeding west, taking In every CRITICISM. Drafts feel best when we aro hot city and town of any moment. After and perspiring, Just when they aro An Inconspicuous speck on tho exhibiting nt nearly 200 cities on tho most dangerous and tho result is newer maps serves to denote tho lo- Baltimore and Ohio nnd on the BaltiDISCIPLINE IS LACKING Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Soro Muscles cation of Wlnthrop, Md. ' A bold more rind Ohio Southwestern, aror sometimes nn attack of Rheumaheadland Jutting on the Potomac rangements are to bo made to take tism. In such cases apply Sloan's River, between two of Its tributaries the train over tho other trunk lines It stimulates circulation It attracts little notice from tho of the country, so that every citizen High Olllrlals Aroused by the Condi- Liniment. to the sore nnd pamtui part, ine thousands of passengers on thnt of Kentucky and that of every other tions Inillnitcil by TIicso In blood flows freely and in a short ( picturesque stream, a cliloiits. state who cares about what his govtime tho stiffnpss and pain leaves. hour snll below Washington. Yet, ernment Is doing may have an opThose suffering from Neuralgia or j despite Its modest position In tho portunity to witness the exhibits. llnd ono or I atlnS( wlnthrop Is a significant o lib? Health Exhibit. Washington, April 30. In view Neuralgic Headache will applications of Sloan's Liniment t0r in our system of military effectl-wl- ll It Is thought that this government of the present serious International give grateful relief. The ngon-- 1 venesg for jt js the baso of small- - Safety First special should be of Insituation, members of Congress and official life lzlng pain glvesjvay to a tingling arms marksmanship of the United tense Interest to tho people of the others In Washington In and warmth and country In that It will bring to their are giving much attention to per sensation of comfort Is possible. Good States Navy and Marino Corps. Wlnthrop derives Its name, from n homes a much better lden of what the reports In quiet rest and sleep sistent and disquieting the situation for Neuritis too. Price 25c at your j former assistant secretary of the Federal government Is doing for circulation touching navy, lieeKman v mturop, wuo am them. Tho public health service, dewhich exists both In the army and druggist -much to encourage the promotion of partment of the treasury, for instance navy. The President found It neces small-arm- s shooting In the marine will show by models nnd cliarts what sary recently, after a thorough In U. S. GOVERNMENT SENDS OUT WOOL CAR corps. Tho tract, comprising 1,100 this servlco Is accomplishing for tho quiry In to the condition of the avla acres, was formerly known by tho health of the people. This branch of tlon corps of the army, which Invest Washington, D. C. The wool car uneuphonlous name of Stump's Neck, the government Is charged with the gatlon was taken only after Senator Koblnson, of Arkansas, had Introduc of tho U. S. Department of Agricul- but since it has been given the dignity responsibility of keeping epidemics ed an official resolution, demanding ture which left Livingston, Montana, of a government station, It Is official- of dread diseases out of tho United such Inquiry, to reprimand the head on January 19th, has given demon- ly designated as the Marine Rifle States, and It claims that the present Its Isolation af- freedom of this country from typhus of the aviation corps. In addition, strations in fore than BO towns of Range, Wlnthrop. fords ideaf facilities for tho work In fever, cholera nnd yellow fever Is due g among the com tho Important changes were made States In great part to the efficiency of the manding- offlcors of the corps, thus to at least C.000 persons directly in- which It is engaged. Every newly enlisted man In the quarantine service. most terested in wool growing. Since emphaslng tho fact that this This organization nlso will show important servlco was In bad shape leaving Livingston, the car has been eastern division of the marine corps openly charged, and it touring Montana, Idaho, Wyoming must undergo the course at Wlnth- . that the death rato from preventable It had been has not been denied, that the condl and Utah In order to demonstrate to rop, and qualify beforo ho is assign- diseases Is continually being lowered tlons in tho aviation corps made it sheep men that the production of bet- ed to general service. As these re- In the cities because tho urban dwell-- i possible for young officers who had ter wool means more money to them. cruits mostly come from the interior or Is protected In the water he drinks with little or no previous experience tho food ho eats and the manner In offered their services in this corp to The tour Is the result of conditions are bo sent up In airships which were tive arrangements made between the with the rifle, they have a great deal which his working traps," and to bo uureau or Animal industry oi me to learn; but two weeks of Intensivo regulated, while those peoplo living known as "death killed when these "death traps" col Department of Agriculture and tho Instruction works wonders with them in the rural districts arc still exposed lasped and fell to the earth. agricultural colleges of the four and they are sent to marine detach- to tho same health hazards, with the working j result that tho death toll in country ments with an excellent How Did It Happen? States named. is being giv Is regarded by knowledge of the use of small arms, places has not been lowered. Now serious attention The trip of this car The coast guard service also of the en a situation which made It possible wool specialists as the most im- and no longer "gun-shy.- " But Wlnthrop Is not merely a rifle treasury department, which last year of wandering Mexican ban- portant educational effort that has for a band dits to cross the International bor- yet been made in aid of the sheep In- range. It Is also a school for coaches saved 1,507 persons on tho oceans der, raid the town of Columbus, N. dustry, which provides 9 States, em- in rifle and revolver shooting; and It and Great Lakes from untimely d M.. even when that town was tho bracing of the total area is there that the foundation Is laid deaths nnd also saved property to the practice In both the extent of moro than $11,000,000, will headquarters for the United States of the country, with the greater part for small-arm- s guns services on mo uniiea exhibit lifeboats, rapid-firin- g trops, kill a number of citizens and of their income. In recent years a soldiers and make their escape. It wide interest has been aroused in the j States' fighting force. Sailors, from for throwing life lines to ships In dishas been stated by persons who were better preparation of wools for mark- - j chief petty officer to ordinary seaman, tress, the breeches buoy for saving in Columbus at the time that the et. At the same time, however, are detailed from naval vessels in life at sea and wireless outfits for houses of each of the United States there has been In some quarters cer- - squads of ten men each during per- use with boat expeditions or for setofficers there were completely sur- tain doubt whether the financial re- - 'oils when they can best bo spared ting up on shore or wreck to comrounded by bandits before the pres- turns would repay the attention and I trom their respective ships without municate with the revenue cutter. Mine Safety Display ence of tho latter In Columbus was expense involved in a departure from interfenence with tho ships work, The bureau of mines, interior deknown. It Is now positively asserted the present methods, or rather tho j Dut the activities at Wlnthrop are confined to the Instruction of partment, will have a complete exthat a Douglas, Ariz., newspaper had present lack of methods. The more marine recruits and tho education of hibit of Its apparatus for tho saving printed a warning two days before to progressive sheep men have reallz- coaches. The range is of life In mines, nnd will show how the .effect that this raid was being ed that the success of the movement small-arm- s open to all who desire to learn to tho death rates have already been planned. is dependent upon general Now, members of Congress are ask- tlon among the wool growers. This ' shoot, and civilians are welcomed lowered through Its efforts In with thq various states. A ing, especially those who have been can hardly be expected in the absence lf they evince a sufficient interest In supporting the National Guard, in the of familiarity with the market grades the serious business In which the unique exhibit will be an apparatus cad-wiInvented by ono of tho engineers of face of alleged uncalled for attacks of wools and a knowledge of the station is engaged. High-schoby regular army officrs on tho State differences in values possible In ets- - militimen, shooting clubs, and the bureau which permits the wearer to enter places filled with poisonous orcanlzations, to tho effect that these wools of the same grade. It Is to I other organizations, as well as latter lack efficiency. This has raised this Information to practical I vldual citizens, may go to Wlnthrop gases. Heretofore all apparatus of the query. What would the regular sheep men that the demonstration and be instructed In the art of shoot- - this character came from foreign ing. They are assigned coaches who countries, but this American apparaarmy have said, had this attack taken car is now making its tour. was guarded while Columbus In the car are live sheep with teach them how to handle the rifle tus is said to be superior to any of by the National Guard of Arizona, or fleeces representing the main market and revolver, and they fire the reg- the foreign makes. The forest service, department of grades In the selection In which the ular courses. They are supplied with of any other State? Serious Situation Result. car is traveling. Above the crates guns and accessories for shooting; agriculture, will show how It prevents Unfortunately, the negligence holding the sheep are cases contain more than that, they arc equipped detects and suppresses forest fires, which permitted this Invasion by ing similar fleeces, tho grade, shrink- with shooting clothes, and are even which in the past have ranked as Mexican bandits did not result alone age and value of which are clearly given a nominal pay of 30 cents a great calamities, destroying scores In tho deaths of several citizens and Indicated. Stationary magnifying day, with tent, mattress, and blank- of human lives, devasting ranches was directly respon- glasses show the distinctions in the ets free. This feature of Wlnthrop Is and settlements in thoir path and soldiers, but It sible for the present punitive expedi- fineness of the various grades of already attracting the attention of burning millions of dollars' worth of tion into Mexico which threatens to small samples. Considerable spaco Is the young men of Washington, and it the nation's finest timber. This serinvolve the United States In much also devoted to exhibits demonstrat- is predicted that by next season there vice shows also that 1,200 towns and more serious complications with that ing the way In which the value of will be no lack of applicants for the cities obtain their water supply from the national forests and that It is tho country than probably would other- wool depends upon its natural shrink- privilege which tho range affords. Tho training of civilians to shoot Is duty of the service to see that the age, strength and character. The wise have resulted. Another instance, this time touch- methods of branding, packing and ty- in a sense experimental, but if it watersheds aro protected from fire proves popular, as it now promises, and also to prevent tho contaminaing tho navy, which, like the army, is ing are also shown. strong In its talk discipline, this alAnother portion of the exhibit the work will probably bo extended. tion of the water supplies. Tho American Red Cross society leged discipline being one of the sup- which has roused interest consists of The routine of instruction at Wlnthposed features of military life which cases containing samples of wool in rop is very simple. Tho men attend will explain how It goes Into crowded the make? tho latter the most to be various stages of manufacture from school dally except Sundays and legal factory districts and teaches Is suggested by the controver- tho wool in the fleece to the finished holidays. A regular program of less- workmen first aid to tho injured. sy which has arisen form tho attack fabric. Very few sheep men under- ons Is followed, covering navy small-arm- s Two Instruction cars are maintained firing regulations, tho marine on tho railroads of tho country for mado by Admiral Bradley A. Flske, stand them any processes Involved In Tho Interstate comof tho navy, on the wine mess order tho manufacture of finished articles corps and army textbooks. Tho prac- this purposo. of Secretary Posephus Daniels. from the fleece and are not, there- tical school work Includes, among merce commission will bo representFlsko's Presumption. fore, In a position to apprcctato the other things, tho task of taking apart ed by threo model carfl, fully equipEntirely aside from tho question Importance which manufactures at and putting together, under Instruc ped by the United States government as to whether tho Surgeon General of ted! to the different characteristics tors, tho parts of rifles, automatic nnd will show tho marked decrease 1 pistols, field In tho number of trainmen killed machine guns, and tho navy was right In his recommenof the wool that they purchase. since theso appliances wero adopted. touching the effect of tho use Tho exhibits in tho car aro ex-- 1 guns, dations Weather Bureau Show. Sailors under instruction shoot not of wine on offlcors of tho navy, or plained to visitors by representatives Tho weather bureau, department whether Secretary Daniels was right of tho Department of Agrlculturo and only tho regular courses, but also thoso of tho army, of agriculture, will show tho Intricate j in issuing that order, tho question of tho agricultural colleges now Is being asked, What of tho dis- Ing with tho Federal Department. A with pistol, machine gun, collective apparatus it uses in determining the course, long-Stat- leather conditions and tho approach cipline which Is suggested as prevail- number of colleges In other western Aro, national-matc- h ing in the navy If ono like Admiral havo asked to have the car rango firing, etc. They perform all of storms and floods, and will demonFlsko can, with Impunity, write a visit their territories, and dates nnd coaching in navy courses, oven when strate how in timo of stress millions letter not only questioning, but at- places will bo nrranged for contlnu- - the marines fire, und they are also of dollars' worth of property have tacking his superior officer? ing tho demonstration as soon as It sometimes employed In coaching In been saved by its timely warnings. Tho navy department and tho war It is being suggested that in these Is known what funds will bo avail-- , tho army courses. department will havo aproprlato exdays whon tho efforts of tho adminis- able for tho purposo during tho comhibits. "SAFETV FIRST" EXHIBIT tration aro bolng properly put forth ing fiscal year. Tho reclamation service, departCOMING TO KENTUCKY t to arouse tho interest of tho young ment of tho Interior, wll show Its men of tho country in enlistments la or coughs much get a small bottlo methods of reclaiming Its a the desert Washington, April 29. Tho tho army and navy, that examples of of Dr. Bell's syrup, Just ellng exposition of "Safety First," wastes nnd preparing them for the lack of dlsclpliuo such as that set by Admiral Flsko Is not apt to havo tho what children like and Just the med- - under tho auspicious of tho Fedoral habitation of man. It is estimated desired effect In connection with tho lclno to soothe tho cough and check government, which promises to glvo by tho reclamation servlco that thero strengthening of tho navy, either in the cold. After taking, children several million citizens throughout Is sufficient desert, If reclaimed, to stop fretting, sleep good and aro the country a definite gllmpso of makphoraes for 20,000,000 persons. officers or men. An additional feature of tho exsoon entirely well. Insist on Dr. , what Uncle Sam Is doing In tho way Ignored. Secretary Was 25c at your of saving llfo and property, is now hibits will bo a display of transparenTo aggravate tho offense of Admir- Boll's being put In readiness in Washington cies showing the beauty and grandeur Daniels now druggist. al Flske, Secrotary for tho start May 1. Twelvo steel of various national parks. It is exstates that this communication by ovon furnished to him, cars are on sldo tracks in this city pected that there will be motion picFiske was not and are being fitted with exhibits ture lectures, depicting tho work of and that ho did not know Its exisFOR FLETCHER'S which will portray in a dramatic tho Federal government at the train tence uutil long after It had been manner, tho various activities of the every evening. Continuing, the-- Secretary, written. I makes this reference to tho Flsko A NEEDED SCHOOL Children Cry for Fletcher's xvxvvNxvvxvvvvcvxcscJCN sau "1 &7ivJNC?3SS35S S5555555S Tho Kind You Hnvo Always Bought, nml which Jms boon iu nso for over SO years, lins bornotho slirnnturo of - nnd lins been innilo under Ids ncr- '$fionul supervision slnco Its infancy. &ccUte, Allow no ono to dccclvo you iu this. 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In early Ufa lid was nioro or less a soldier of fortuno and was tho son of a Drltish nobleTho people pf of lnst'ng debt man. Oglethorpe's first Ideas to become nn American colonizer wcro brought about through tho desires to be philanthropic to certain unfortunates In his own country. He was elected to Parliament when but a young man, and it was as a member of that body that the abuses In the English law camo to his attention. In Oglethorpe's time It was within tho power of a creditor to Imprison, acording to his pleasure the man who owed him money and was not ablo to pay It. He had a friend upon whom this hard fate had fallen. His nttcntlon was thus painfully called to tho cruelties which wcro Inflicted upon the unfortunate and helpless. It wns through Parliament that he obtained a partial remedy for the nbuso. Oglethorpo dovlsed how ho could carry these unfortunates to a new world where, under hnppler auspices, (they might open n fresh career. With this object In view Oglethorpo obtained on December 7, 1731, from King George II. n charter by which the country between Savannah and tho Altamaha and stretching westward across tho continent was erected Into tho province of George. It was to bo a refuge for the deserving poor and, next to them, for Protestants suffering persecution. Parliament during the winter that followed, voted 50,000 in aid of tho humane enterprise, and many benevolent persons were liberal with their gifts. Oglethorpe completed his arrangements during the summer of 1732 and in November the first exodus of tho Insolvents took place. Oglethorpo sailed with 120 emigrants, mainly selected from tho prisons penniless, but of good reputo. He surveyed tho coasts of Georgia and in January landed and chose a site for the capital of tho new State. Oglethorpo nn.l his pilgrims pitched their tents whero Savannah now stands and at onco proceeded to mark out the lines of streets and squares. Next year tho colony was Joined by about a hundred German Protestants, who were then under persecution for their belief. Tho fame of Oglethorpe's enterprise spread over Europe All struggling men, against whom tho battlo of llfo went hard, looked to Georgia as a land of promise. Tho progress of the colony was slow. Tho poor persons, of whom It was originally composed, wcro honest, but Ineffective, nnd could not in fScorgla, mora than In England, And tho way to become After seeing tho new colony settled Oglethorpo went to England, taking with him Toral-Ch- l Chi and ono or two other Indian chiefs, In Wjrder that they might become Impressed with tho strength and greatness of tho English people. Tho Inhabitants of Savaunnh, In common dtssatlsflod during tho absence of Oglethorpo, nnd upon his return In February, 173G, ho experienced difficulty In restoring order and harmony. Tho two eminent English divines, John and Charles Wesley, returned with Oglethorpo upon his second visit. On tho Sunday after their arrival tho Itev. John Wesley, afterwards tho founder of Methodism, preached his first sermon In America, his text being from tho eplstlo of tho day, tho thirteenth chapter of First Corinthians. John Wesley remained two years in America, and when ho reached Georgo England, his fellow-labore- r, Whltofleld, sailed for Georgia. He met with very great success. After a tlmo tho colony began to prosper and Oglethorpo went to England In 1743 and was never ablo to return to Georgia, owing largely to tho fact that ho had already sacrificed his privato means for tho welfaro of tho colonies. Oglethorpe's statcmanship and his prowess as a soldier had finally mado Georgia prosporous and safo from Invasion. Doing poor ho went back to his military profession and roso at last to tho rank, of commandcr-ln-chle- f of all England's armies. But his misfortunes wero not an end. ho failed In his mission of capturing "Bonnie Prince Charllo," he d on charges of was Ureachery. broke out When tho Revolution Oglethorpo was offered command of the British armies in America, and years old, although he was olghty-sl- x Vo accepted tho task provided he would bo allowed to do all In his pow g. court-martiale- ' Bo-cau- se v Tho King 30 them back to England. adopt" such refused to allow him to THE FATE OF GERMANY concllltory tactics. Ho thereupon refused tho glittering offer and retired to prlvnto life. Ho died at tho exin 1785. treme ago of ninety-six- , THAT IS OPINION IN PAULS CHICLES BLOW ON BHITISII How Mrs. Hnrrod Got Hid of Her Stomach Trouble. "I suffered with stomach trouble I for years and tried everything (By C. F. Bertelll.) heard of, but tho only relief I got was Paris, May 3. That tho forthcomtempornry until last Bprlng 1 saw advertised ing 30 days arc likely to bo the most Tablets Chamberlain's procured a bottlo of them at our momentous period of the war and and drug store. I got lmmediato relief will definitely nnd finally dctcrmlno Germany Is tho consensus from that dreadful heaviness after tho fato of of opinion In well informed Paris eating and from pain In tho stomach," writes Mrs. Linda Hnrrod, Fort circles, which I havo canvassed ns to Obtainable every- tho events of tho Immediate future. Wayne, Ind. rn Americans will not understand tho where, Import of tho happenings In Europe during the past few days unlcss'they OKAXITE MOUNTAIN TO COMMEMOKATK SOUTH consider them as forming part of the colossal stroke the kaiser has decidStono Mountain, a great naked ed to mako for an early and favorgranlto, nn hour able peace. dome of light-gra- y According to my Information, the by motor from Atlanta, will possibly bo transformed Into a colossal monu- following Is tho logical sequence of ment commemorative of tho Bacrlflco European, events this year. First In consequence of the nnd military endeavors mado by tho n South during the Civil war. In tho breakdown of German's upper portion of tho mountain's pre- campaign, caused by Premier Brland cipitous face It Is expected to chisel Salonlkl coup and Russia's successful n frieze representative of the onco Invasion of Armenia, the kaiser deformidable army of tho Confederacy. cided to attempt to smash the allies' A handsome page view In tho April western front this spring, being Popular Mechanics Magazine shows further Impelled to this drive by the how this stupendous piece of sculp- growing tendency of the allies to act unitedly on nil fronts, which tendency turing will be executed. financing of this enterprise is was confirmed by the March conferTho in the hands of the Stone Mountain ence In Paris. Second The Verdun offensive was Confederate Memorial Association, which Is headed by the honorary tho first stroko of the Imperial staff's president of tho United Daughters of plan. Tho crown prince's bloody It Is estimated failure hns gravely compromised the the Confederacy. $2,000,000 will he sufficient to whole plan, but tho staff accepts the that carry out tho undertaking, and this sporting chnnco that remains and will sum is to be raised by subscription In striko a second blow. This, Paris the South. The entire facade of tho experts say, will fall on the British mountain, enough of Its crest to pre- front. Third Yesterday's news included and an serve Its sky-lintract at the base which will bo devel- the Idea that the German frontier oped Into a park, have been donated had been closed since Monday; that for the memorial. This property will mails cannot pass and that even foreremain under the custodianship of igners cannot quit Germany until 20 tho women, although virtually con- days havo elapsed. It should be remembered that a similar measure veyed to tho state. One of America's foremost sculp- preceded the Verdun attack. Fourth In order to strike the tors has been chosen to execute tho represents British army a deadly blow the work. His composition It with Istaff has preceded nn array divided In two wings, mountdramatic demonstrations ed and afoot, following the contour several of tho mountain. Pressing over tho against the British Islands, designed crest and keeping to Its right will be to throw the London war office Into tho main body composed of cavalry. disarray and to frighten the popuInfantry, and artillery. At one side lation. Tho fillbustlng affair off Tra-Ie- o Bay, tho Dublin insurrection and of this, rounding the monolith, will appear tho other forco headed by a combined naval and air demonstrabrilliant group of horsemen conslst-In- f tions against tho cast coast of Engof tho figures of Lee, Stonewall land may be In Flanders as prelimJackson, "Job" Stewart, tho John- inaries to a bntlc In Flanders quite stons, nnd probably other great as furious as the Verdun battle. southern leaders of the '60s. This Kaiser on Western Front. granite army, carved In full relief, Fifth A British official bulletin will extend across the sldo of tho published records detrmlned efforts great rock for roughly 2,000 feet. by tho Germans to drive back Tho horsemen will doubtless average war planes. between 45 and 50 feet in height, alSixth The Kaiser remains on the though these and the former figures western front vlth Gen. von Falken-hay- n estimates. nro merely approximate tho chief of tho general staff, There will bo altogether some 1,200 during tho crisis with tho United separate portraits, each uniformed In States. It is believed ho will witness tho gray of tho granlto. It is poss- tho opening of the forthcoming batible that nearly all of these figures tle, probably addressing his troops, will represent men who actually as ho did at tho beginning of tho fought for tho South. Tho work will drive on Verdun. thus be of sufficient size to bo visible Reports of tho kaiser's Impending a distanco of several miles. concessions to President Wilson on -- e-tho submarino question can only be Isii't Mnuil Mercenary? marry for accepted as probably true In view of you Maud Would the fact tho kaiser Intends to solaco money? by a tho German dlssappolntcment I want brains." Ethel Not I. terrific attack on the British lines. Maud You certainly do If you d Frenchmen understand would not marry for money. that If the German emperor could smaBh the British army ho could afford to call off his submarine form tho British overseas commerce routes Tho whole- of this bold and elaborate sch em 0 was foreshadowed by tho German government when It stated In tho posters calling for subscripWoman Made Well by Lydia tions to tho fourth war loan: "Gormany Is gathering all her forE. Pinkham's Vegetable ces to strike a colossal blow. That It Compound. may fall with German precision and Columbus, Ohio. "I had almost given German forco, dealing destruction up. I had been sick for six years with and annihilation llko tho thunderjiiemalo troubles and bolt, such as tho call to arms." Paris Is confident that the plan a pain in my right sido and could not will fall. Tho magntflclent stand of eat anything with- tho French army at Verdun and the out hurting my unending slaughter It Is still Inflictstomach. I could ing on tho kaiser's legions have not drink cold water broken its back. Tho struggle at at all nor cat 0x7 Verdun Is likely to continue somekind of raw fruit, what on Its present lines, whilst tho nor fresh meat nor 800,000 troops whom Col. Rcplngton chicken. From 178 pounds I went to has reported concentrated In Flan-dogo Into titanic battlo against 118 nnd would got so weak at times that I fell over. I began to tako Lydia E. tho British. rinkham's Vegetable Compound, and ten days later I could cat and it did not hurt my stomach. I have taken tho FOR FLETCHER'S medicine ever Binco and I feel llko a new woman. I now wegh 127 pounds o 80 you can see what it has dono for me already. My husband saya ho knows TEACHING CHILDREN THE your medicine has saved my life." SHAME OF DEBTS Mrs. J. S. Bahlow, 1624 South 4th St, Columbus, Ohio. Whatever elso you may wish to do Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comvirtues of roota for your children and cannot do, you pound contains just tho and herbs needed to restore health and can, at least, Impress strongly upon strength to the weakened organs of tho their young minds the shamo of debt. body. That is why Mrs. Barlow, a You can mako them realize by prechronic invalid, recovered so completely. cept and example how much more adIt pays for women suffering from any mirable It Is to go without things or femalo ailments to insist upon having pleasure than to possess them at tho Lydiu E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comand at another's cost of pound. near-eastere, 80-ac- re lm-per- ia Well-poste- er to reconcile tho colonies and win DAYS WILL DECIDE expense. There can be no greater benefit bestowed upon a child than to have these ideas Imbedded In tho mental consciousness until they become foundation stones of the char NOTICE-SPECI- AL acter. A woman in New York, mother of tWo lovely young daughters and wife BOND ROAD ELECTION ORDERS OHIO COUNTY COURT, of a good man, was ambitious to shlno'ln certain Intellectual clubs. Regular Term, 6th day of March, 19 1G. Hon. Jno. B. Wilson, J. O. C. C, Presiding. Sho was admitted to ono of them nnd J. D. Williams, Guy Statler, J. A. Johnson, J. H. Thomas and 363 other Invited friends to bo her guests at a large social function, where an ex- freeholders and legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, having on this tho pensive luncheon was served, but 6th day of March, 1916, filed their petition in this Court asking that an when the bills for her dues and lun- election bo held in Ohio County, Kentucky, for the purpbso of voting on tho cheon tickets wero presented she Ig- question of Issuing THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND ($300,000) DOLLARS of bonds of Ohio County for tho purpose of building roads and bridges In nored them. The same woman purchased ex- said County nnd asking that tho Court enter an order directing the Sheriff pensive matrlal in which to clotho to hold an election for said purpose on tho 20th, day of May, 1916, and tho her daughters, and ignored tho bill Court having examined said Petition and tho signatures thereto, and tho until a lawyer's letter frightened her purpose thereof, and being advised sustains said petition, and NOW ORDERS that an election bo held In Ohio County, Kentucky, and Into paying It. She Is one of hundreds of wom in each of tho regular established and existing voting precincts thereof on en who are dressing, dining and tho 20th day of May 1916, same being more than sixty days after tho filing driving on other people's money. She of the petition and the entering of this order, for tho purpose of taking tho had not been rightly trained by her sense of tho legal voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, as to whether or not parents or she could never havo de- they are In favor of Issuing THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND ($300,000) scended to such a' level. Sho had, no DOLLARS of bonds of Ohio County for the purposo of procuring funds for doubt, heard her mother speak ad- tho building of roads and bridges In said County. Tho Sheriff of Ohio County Is ordered and directed to conduct said elecmirably of people who shone socially and who wore fashionable garments tion, nnd ho is further directed to advertise same and the objects thereof more frequently than she hnd heard for at least thirty days before tho date thereof In each of following newsher praise the people who refused to papers published in Ohio County, Kentucky, viz; Hartford Republican, run bills or Incur the taxing responsi- and Hartford Herald, they being all tho newspapers published In Ohio County, and he shall also advertise same by printed hand bills posted up at bility of debt. Tho name of an eminent profess- not less than four public places In each voting precinct In the County and ional man chanced to be mentioned at the front door of tho Court House In Hartford, Kentucky, same to bo in a market where a gentleman was posted not less than thirty days before the date of said election. Said Sheriff will submit to tho voters of tho County at said election tho making purchases. The purchaser spoke highly of the professional following question; man's Intellect. "Yes, he has In"ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF ISSUING THREE HUNDRED THOUtellect, all right," said the market SAND ($300,000) DOLLARS IN BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF. keeper, "but I haven't much use for t BUILDING ROADS AND BRIDGES?" him." Said ballots will be prepared as is provided for in General Election law, "He has owed me $28 on a meat ' bill for five years. Of course, I havo Section 1459 of Kentucky Statutes. Tho election herein provided for shall be conducted by those election stopped sending tho bill now. He gives his patronage to other markets, officers who conducted tho regular November 1915 election. JOHN B. WILSON, J. O. C. C. ' and ho plays the same game on each A True Copy Attest: Is that way mo after a time, and he W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Clerk of Ohio County Court. In everything. He owes evei)t.oJy, sending htm nd they grow tired of ills and so he comes out the vlnner TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY KENTUCKY: of a few dollars with each party, l.ut Pursuant to the above order there will be an election held at tho various bo loses the respect of everybody he places of voting in Ohio County, on tho 20th day of May, 1916, for the purwith." pose of taking the sense of the legal' voters of Ohio County, Kentucky, on This Is a shtimi'Vi)1 record f')1- - any the question as to whether or not they are in favor of issuing THREE HUNnaa to have. Tt 'f open theft aid DRED THOUSAND ($300,000) DOLLARS In bonds of the County for the .iMblng less. T'tre is no Intellec- purpose of building road and bridges. Tho polls will be opened and closed tual achievement, no social honor, at the same times and said election conducted in the same manner as other a man or general elections which can compensate and by those election officers who conducted the regular woman for such a reputation. It Js November election in 1915. sometimes impossible to avoid runGiven under my hand this 8th day of April 1916. ning bills. S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff of Ohio County. People who earn wages, salaried -i-- als J AFTER SIX YEARS OF SUFFERING - rs Children Ory CASTO Rl A self-respe- ct men and women, and even those pos-- 1 ' sessed of comfortable fortunes are, at times, placed In a position where immediate payments are impossible. But payments at stipulated times can be made when the Importance of such a proceeding Is firmly fixed In I the mind of the debtor. A fixed purpose always blazes a trail toward achievement. When It is absolutely Impossible to make pay-- j Will help parents develop their sons into ments It Is always possible to make the best type of citizens and Christian your creditor know that you mean to pay. There are people who have cargentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat- H ried tho burden of debt for years yet never for ono moment did any one tered and comes from the best homes in doubt their Integrity or their ultiJjj the South. Its capacity is limited, there- mate success. Indifferent and To be careless, fore, reservations should be made early, thoughtless In these matters; to post- Place your son in this select group of pone payment when you could lessen j your inuenieaness, an savors 01 a boys. Write m criminal tendency of mind. You may as well enter the house of a tradesman or merchant and tako mon9y from his pocket while he sleeps as to enter his place of business and tako For catalogue and information. Box A. what you desire and refuse or neglect to pay your bills. If you will look about you, you will see that not only tho respect of their fellowmen, hut good luck and good same to you but Is scared. fortuno follow tho people who have WILL FILL A WANT! 3. If your man attempts to flee, high and sensible Iderls In the mntter call a guard. None must escape. of debt. There Is no more admirable 4. Proposing to the same man reputation to merit than that of being twice In ono day Is forbidden. Since the suspension of the If honorable anl conscientious In mono? any can resist tho first ho doesn't deLouisville Weekly Courier-Journa- l, obligations. serve a second trial. there has been quite 5. No flirting with some one else's "prospect." Best Thins for u Bilious Attack a demand for a weekly Ken"On account of my confinement In 6. Every dance a ladles' choice. tucky newspaper that gives 7. If pardner Insists upon "leadtho printing ofllco I havo for years been a chronic sufferer from Indiges- ing" you In dancing, you may leave all the more important state tion and liver trouble. A few weeks him. news, as well as the" general ago I had ftn attack that was so se8. Honeymooners welcome. Special go to tho shady paths with arbored benches news, crisp editorials, good vere that I was not ablo .to case for two days. Falling to get for their exclusive use. stories, timely cartoons and any relief from any other treatment, 9. Class A, includes girls under I took .three of Chamberlain's Tab18; Class B, between 18 and 24; illustrations. lets anjl the next day I felt like a new Class C, over 24; old maids over 90 There is no such excellent man," writes H. C. Bailey, Editor referred to tho citrus grovo across paper as the S. C. Ob- tho street. Carolina News, Chapln, -m tainable everywhere. Twice-a-Wee- k A fifth of tho export trade of TriOwensboro Messenger poli Is In sponges and a third in esRULES GOVERNING THE parto grass, a wiry desert product (Edited by Urey Woodson.) COURT OF LEAP YEAR which is sent In largo quantities to It is used in paper-makinIt comes every Wednesday San Diego, Cal., A set of rules England, whero suggested to tho San Diego and Saturday, (16 pages a hs been . Exposition as fit to govern th'o acweek or more), and is tivities in tho new Court of Leap Catarrh Cannot Be Cured in every regard. Year. The young woman who offered with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they them has a keen senso of humor and cannot reach the seat of tho disease. CaMesTry the Twice-a-Wee- k la a blood or constitutional disease, if for no other reason Exposition tarrhIn order to cure It you must take inand remedies. officials may conlsder adopting them. ternal Internally, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is senger for a year in connecond acts directly upon taker Tho suggested rules follow: the biood and mucous surface. Hall a tion with the Hartford Repub a quack medicine. It Catarrh Cure Is not one 1. Tho Court Is strictly for busof tho best phywas prescribed by country for years and is lican. this iness. Romember there arp others sicians In prescription. It Is composed or a regular waiting. Get it off your chest and the best tonics known, combined with the . ... (1l.ni.HV rtn ..... Both papers, one year for 1 V. UIVUU .!!. nnltnt u..t.vv. v.. thA movo on to any ono of the adjoining UeBl M..J IJUIIttWP, The perfect combinamucous surfaces. g $1.50. All clubbinjr subscripshady paths for the tion of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results In curing stage. Send for testimonials, free. catarrh. tions should be addressed to 2. Don't bo bashful. Romember the l J, CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. by Druggists, price 75c. Sold Republican, Hartford, Ky. poor boob would probably do the Take Hall's family Fills for conttlpattoo. ' Vanderit Training School for Boys S ELKTON, KY. 5 ( ( 5 S S MSTHENEY Sl BATTS UlllllllllIlllllIllllIIIIllllI g. up-to-da- te hand-holdin- V " t employes to organlzo Industrially "on tho principles of the workers of tho International 'Industrial Union, and Enteral according to law nt th Postottlce do all in their power to show the SURRENDERS ARMY Hirttori, Ky., a.mnll matter ol th econd fallacy of craft unionism ns exemplicJsm, fied by the American Federation of was characterized as Editor Labor," which ALLISON J. HARNETT 10,000 MUX LAY 'DOWX ARMS Malinger "a mere W. 8. TINSLEV,. '.lliislness organization." AFTER SIEGE OF 113 A platform was adopted asserting DAYS. to Address all communications that the present system of "economic The Hartford Republican. inequality" Is destructive to the life, liberty and happiness of the working ' NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS RAN OUT new classes and declaring that the means ALL SUPPLIES to a Bobacrlbtrt 1erlrlti(? the ,aOdreM moat give the old nddrwe In making the of production "must be owened, reqaett. and ontrolled by teh people in Bnalnt. Locale and Notice 10c per line and Be common." Tlio British General Destroys Ills per line for each additional Insertion. Guns and Munitions Uefore t OMtuarle. ltedolntlone and Card of ThinkeiSc Surrendering. An article which, for years, has per line, money In advance. Cbnrih Notices for nervlcen free, lint other had tho reputation of being the best, per line. tdvertleemente, 5c Is a mighty safe article to buy. MAAnonymous communications will receive no JESTIC ranges have their reputation London, May 1. Another phase ttentlon and are probably the least expensive. of the British campaign In Let the expert from the factory prove Mesopotamia has closed with the surCvuM."borlQ.n4 ...- .123 it at our SPECIAL MAJESTIC DEM- render of Major General Charles CO XTiuxxxaxa' Sutu.a.1..!. ONSTRATION one week commenc- Townshend and his garrison at ing May S. on the Tigris river, nbout E. P. BARNES & BRO., MAY 5. FRIDAY, S30 mles below Bagdad. Some 10,- Beaver Dam, Ky. 000 men In all laid down their arms o to the Turks after destroying all guns DEADS ODDLY STRUNG ANNOUNCEMENTS. and munitions. (By J. H. Thomas.) camThe British Mesopotnmlan We are authorized to announce paign, waged along the Tigris from Grayson county, Public opinion govorns the world. TOM SPURRIER, of tho Persian gulf northward almost as a candidate for Congress, from the Statutes are useful only when they to tho gates of Bagdad, had for tho subject to the action conform to it Fourth District, capture of that ancient So far the greatest war in all his- chiei aim the of the Republican primary, Saturday, tory has not produced a Wellington city, and to divert the Turkish forces August 5, 191G. from Galllpoll as another object. or a Bonaparte. When almost at the point of sucLet me direct parental teaching Mr. Wilson has again kept us out around the family hearthstone and I cess the effort broke down at Ctesl-phoeighteen miles from Bagdad, of war. will reform tho morals of mankind. when the Turks forced a retreat The greatest depth of the ocean is Tigris Villa Is pronounced like the about six miles, and the ocean's floor down the English to soon were secureof a calf. whero the is about as irregular as the surface ly bottled up. General Townshend of hie land. Why doesn't the weather man 143 days with supplies steadThe moon is a dead world, without held out serve an ultimatum on April? sucmoisture or atmosphere, and in con- ily dwindling, while he awaited cessful efforts to relieve him. The man worth while Is the man sequence is devoid of both animal Tho following ofllcial announcewho can smile when wlfey Is all In a and vegetable life such as we know ment was made: on tho earth. "rije." "After a resistance protracted for We, In the United States, are passsays tho Yale football ing through an age of small men. 143 days and conducted with galA news Item team will wear numbers next year. We have, Just now, few masters of lantry and fortitude that will be forWatch Harvard get 'em. their art, whether on the platform, ever memorable, General Townshend has been compelled, by final exhausthe bench or the pulpit. The pelflsh muckrakcrs and fool tion of his supplies, to surrender. It Is never a pleasure to borrow "Before doing so he destroyed his money, that Is with an idea of repay- reformers have held the boards for inyears but the coun- guns and munitions. nearly a score of ing but when the interest on the "The force under him consists of vestment is as great as the reurns try seems now to be open upon the 2,970 British troops of all ranks and prop- eve of returning sanity. from good roads It is a business Because the minimum wage In services and some 6,000 Indian osition that should not be turned Henry Ford's automobile plant is five troops and their followers." down. Faced Starvation. i dollars a day organized labor looks Gen. Townshend probably was If the American troops are with- .upon Ford's crazy candidacy for the driven to surrender to avoid starvadrawn from Mexico without putting presidency, with a friendly eye. On the clearest night less than tion of his force. A recent official an end to the outlaw career of the bandit Villa the expedition will be four thousand stars are visible to the Turkish communication said that the recorded as an even greater farce naked eye, and to write In miles tho position of the British at was critical and that they than the capture and evacuation of distance to the nearest of the fixed were expecting to receive small supVera Cruz." Aud it does seem 'that stars" requires fourteen figures. we are coming out. One hundred and three Kentucky plies of food by aeroplane. An official counties have taken advantage of the statement received yesterday from Another strike riot broke out near State aid road fund. Will Ohio coun- London showed that a lost effort to PJttsburg Tuesday and as usual the ty push ahead with the one hundred send supplies to the garrison had participants were mostly foreigners. and three or lay back one of the failed. It was announced that ships laden with supplies had been sent up When are we going to stop these seventeen ignorant foreigners from taking the Hammer it into your boy's head by the Tigris, and that it had been place of the American working man? dally repetition that he must be hon- grounded about four miles east of the The President recently had an op- est and sober and industrious, and at city. Less than a score of miles away, portunity to sign a bill leading to ten years of age he will have formed a character that will endure for a on the banks of the Tigris, below the that end but instead used the veto. city, is a rollef army which for lifetime. We have received a copy of tho It has been carefully calculated months had been attempting to reach Press Reference Book Issued by tho that if all the public roads in he the besieged forces of Gen. TownKentucky Press Association under United States were made highly eff- shend. A few weeks ago several victhe direct supervision of Mr. J. Curtis icient It would Increase our national tories were announced 'and hope ran of the wealth by more than seven billions high in England that the mission Alcock, secretary-treasure- r would succeed. Of late, however, tho It is one of the neatest of dollars each year. Association. In the museum of the public li- Turks' resistance has Increased, and and most complete books ever seen by the writer and to Mr. Alcock be- brary at Louisville may be seen the aided by the floods they have been longs the credit. It contains a sketch real bqdy (mummified) of Thothmes able to hold the British In check. No ofllcial figures have been given of practically every editor in Ken- II, one of the greatest of the Egyptucky and is also adorned with pic- tian Kings, who lived nearly three out as to tho number of troops which set forth from the Persian gulf In thousand years ago. tures of the ink sllngers.' The beautiful colors of the rain- November of 1914 on the expedition The publisher of the Hartford Her- bow are but tho separated strands of which has now ended In surrender. ald is out against the road bond issue tho white light of the sun, tho dense Unofficially "the number has been esin an editorial in that paper and at vapor of the cloud performing ho timated as high as 50,000, but It was the eamo time admits that good roads office of the prism to resolve the probably considerably smaller thnn lead to prosperity. Tell us, Mr. Pub- composite sunlight into Its primary this. This force has suffered heavy losses in severe battles with the lisher, how we can have good roads colors. borrowing money. If we had More than two thousand years ago Turks. without Cut Ollf Since December. 1300,000 In tho county treasury you Xerxes lead an army of a million Per was early In December of last surely be In favor of using sian soldiers in tho neighborhood of would It most of it on the improvement of our tho Dardenelles; and his was tho year that General Townshend's army roads. We know you would because Iargestarmy tho world ever saw until beaten In battle at Ctcsiphln, eighyou admit that good roads lead to tho massing of troops In the present teen miles below Bagdad, retreated Slnco that time It to prosperity. Now, wo can use borrow- European war. A traveling salesman, who makes has been besieged by a large army of ed money for this purpose, more profitably than we could our own ?300,-00- 0 tho writer's town at periodic Inter- Turks, cut off from all communicabecause by voting bonds wo will vals, says tho end of tho European tion from tho outside world except not be forced to pay but four or five war and the end of tho world will by wireless. During tho long siege the The British beat off many attacks by the per cent Interest, ,whereas our $300,-00- 0 occur In about two years. Tho drummer is a preacher and is in Turks. They defended themselves so would be worth six per cent. dead earnest in predicting tho wind- successfully In encounters about the ing up of the world. Tho end of the city that the Turks at length desistTWENTY EARTH SHOCKS IN SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA world would no doubt put an end to ed from their efforts to tako the place by storm and decided to starve the war. Many nervous people view the ap- out tho British. From tlmo to tlmo San Jose, Costa Rica, May 1. Twenty distinct earth shocks occurcd proach of tho storm season with ex- General Townshend sent reports that while the people of the treme anxiety. Sheltered In a all waB well, but it had been known here y capital were In the midst of the First built dwelling house ono of lato that tho situation was becomof May Festival. A number of build- In this cliroato is absolutely in no ing a desperate ono for tho British. ings, including churches and schools, danger from tho hardest storm that For some tlmo after tho Townshond were demolished. The peoplo lied to blows. Try to recall whero anyono expedition started out from tho Perthe streets and squares, fearing tho so sheltered was Injured by a storm sian gulf It was steadily successful. city was about to bo destroyed. and you will convlnco yourself this It pushed up tho Tigris and Euphrates until, in Septomber, 1915, it destatement is true. Twenty thousand volumes have feated tho Turks decisively at SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY NAMES XATIOXAL XOMIXEES been written to provo that Sir Francis which later was to be tho Bacon wrote the Shakespeare dramas scene of tho British surrundor. Then New York, Muy 1. Arthur E. and still a lurking suspicion remain- tho luvadors pushed on to within a Rolnior, of, Boston, was nominated ed In credulous minds that thoy woro few miles of Bagdad, tholr goal. Thoy for Prueldont of the United States written by ono William SlinUospoare defeated Turks at Cteslphon, but latChicago, Now com os a learned Chicago Judge er tho Turks, rolnforcad, compelled of and Calab Harrison, was uoiulnutod for Vice President by, who, in n solemn court duolslon, thorn to retire hastily to thHt Bacon wrote them. But the Soatallsi lutbor party, in convun-Uo- h Uutt night. Both nominations until the ogee U paaeed on by tho The battlo nt Ctaslphon was one Supreme Court wo slmll attalc to of tho lloroloit of the hard struggles wr uimufinouit. A resolution was passed urging William. lu which tho expeditionary force was Hartford Republican. rilrit Jll-fnt- ra, n, engaged, The British were said to havo been outnumbered six times by the Ottoman troops. Four times General Townshend rallied his men and Hardly led them in their charges. less desperate a venture was tho which, acmarch to complished under tho extraordinary disadvantages, was hailed in England as a remarkable achievement. Not only did General Townshend ward 6ff tho pursuing Turks with comparatively small losses, but lid succeeded In taking with him all his wounded. Relief Expedition. A few weeks after It became evident that the army at Kut-E- l Aniara would be unable to fight its way out, a relief expedition was dispatched. This force encountered comparatively little opposition In the enrly stages of the march up the river, but as It drew near it was opby formidable bodies of Turks tics masked on both sides of tho Tigris below the Invested town. Several striking victories for tho relief force were announced, but their efforts havo been countered by the Turks so successfully that the advance has been stopped. The Turks, taking tho offensive, pushed back the British and Inflicted large losses on them. Throughout the Mesopotamlan campaign tho fighting has been hcavf and the losses severe. On April 14 It ,i.i admitted tho Tigris army up to that time had lost S.100 men. Since then there havo been several important battles between tho Turks and the telief expedition. In one engagement alone, at Beltcea, on the right lank of the Tigris, a few miles the British lost 4,000 according to nn announcement from the Turkish war office last veojc. e Anybody can afford to buy a MAJESTIC range, but very few people can afford to buy any other. Tho 4? man from the factory will explain why, if you will visit our SPECIAL MAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION one week, commencing May S. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. ra be-lt-- w ftftftftft ftSAAAAftAAAAftftA ! LADIES' SUMMER FOOTWEAR We i l l J & l i I i want every woman to know about the excellence and goodness of our new l Spring and Summer Slippers and Shoes. i ht You will appreciate the beauty of style, h the superb workmanship and the comfort i i in wearing the i Queen Quality Shoes and Oxfords. have already learned their worth and are wearing them, never thinking of looking for any other kind of a slipper or shoe. "They suit me exactly," is an expression we hear daily concerning them. We don't hesitate to say that in these shoes we offer the best shoe value that is produced. Queen Quality slippers and shoes priced at $3.50 to $5.00 per pair. A million women c c l ! i h I c t i t i & & cK & & J & & & & Barnes' Special Slippers and Shoes, priced at $1.50 to $3.00. i & c There is not a good style of Pump or Oxford that we are not showing. & BLACKMAILERS HUNT IN GANGS OF FOUR number New York, April 2S. of arrests are expected here soon in a police campaign to break up gangs of blackmailers who have been preyPolice ing upon wealthy visitors. Commissioner Woods said today that his IiestIgation has been proceeding for several months, and action might b3 oxpected in tho near futdre. A. rich harvest reaped by the blackmailers is attributed to recent prosperous times, which have brought business men tboiibands of well-to-d- o to. New York. The typical blackmailing gang Is described as including two ien and two women. The women make the acquaintance of prosperous victims and the men poso as detectivo and lawyer. The favorite scheme, the police say, has been to induce victims to give up money to escape threatened proseculaw. tion under the white-slav- e A J l E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. J ra ???V?3;VW3;S9 $$SSrSSS$S?.SV&K 9$V$? l NOTICE! See our big line of Straw Hats and Oxfords for men and women. Every boy and girl can obtain a handsome souvenier, free, by visiting our store Tuesday between 3 and 5. Seo our advertisement In this paper for particulars. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. STATE TO EXPEND $ 1,000,000 DURING YEAR FOR ROADS to-da- Frankfort, Ky., May 1. Public road Improvement In Kentucky Is beginning to reach a gigantic scale, and it is estimated at tho Department of Public Roads that the total expended on roads In Kentucky this year under State supervision will bo not less than $4,000,000. Of the 120 counties, 103 o have applied for State aid and have their work under way, while the Department of Roads Is working under high pressure, considering plans and specifications and contracts and looking after tho Inspection. Commissioner of Roads R. C. Terrell has divided tho State into thirteen inspection districts with an engineer Inspector in charge of each. This year, too, will seo for the first tlmo In a generation, convicts working on tho highways. Madison, Harlan and Bath aro tho first to ask for them. It Is not likely that tho convicts will bo used on tho roads until after tho new Prison Board Is appointed in June. twen-ty-flv- Hub ClotHitig Co, HARTFORD, KY. !GSSV$SSSS$S$ MR. FARMER How about that new cultivator you promised your-so- lf last fall, when you harvested only half a crop on account of not having tools to cultivate it with as it J should havo been done? BEFORE YOU BUY You should investigate tho Brinly Leverless. No levers, no springs, always in balance. Thoy will do v more and bettes work, longer and easier and without you have had with other those frequent break-down- s cultivators. v a,, Thcro Is a nlco present at our store for every boy and girl In the neighman The MAJESTIC borhood. brought them and will oxpect all of the children to visit him and receivo their gifts, on Tuesday between 3 aud 5 In tho afternoon. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Dam, Ky. , Beaver HARTFORD PRESSING CLUB. Clothes cleaned and pressed. Repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called forllnd dollvorod. Shop over Ohio County Bottling Works. ED. NALL, Peon. 42tf ALSO, The Janesville Disc Cultivator tho original which for over thirty years has remained iho standard of con- strubtion and porfuction of all disc cultivators. A. B. Row 6 Son j ly. Cei-itertowM- , v v May Specials! The month of May is the time for graduation material, etc. You will find in our store an exquisite line of sheer fabrics, just the kind you are going to need, so don't worry about what you are going to wear and where you are going to get it, but come direct to our store and the matI J ""' M"l"1i S ter will be settled. Can show you plain and Fancy Mulls, Organdies, Voils, Paris Muslins, Lawns, Wash Silks, etc., A Dreit ol Scree McCall Pattern No. jijy. one of the with a varied line of many new deilgn lor May trimmings to match. McCall patterns carriee in stock, and competent salesladies to give you any information you may need. Remember this, and that I --- - SIcssrs. Joo T. Sillier, W. H. Collins, Walter Hcnshaw, Dr. A. B. Riley and Slastora John Riley aro camping on lower Rough river, After AprIllsrJyoirwlll bo fined If you allow your chickens to run at largo. U. S. Carson has a car load of tho best poultry wire. Also a car of American Wiro Fencing for tho field 39tf fence. Sir. and Sirs. Geo. B. Thomson of Crowley, La., wlib arrived several days ago to visit relatives in Ohio their son in county aro visiting Owensbbro. Sir. Thomson was formerly a resident of this county. Sirs. T. IirBIack, who went to Louisville Saturday for an operation, nccompanied by her husbnnd and Dr. J. W. Taylor, wilLnot undergo the operation for several days, owing to n bad condition of tho blood. Tho Baptist Sunday school convention held hero last Sunday was largeprogram ly attended. A splendid was carried out. Dinner was served to all. Beaver Dam and SlcIIenry competed for the Sunday School Banner, which was won by Beaver Dam by 184 to 104. For one week, commencing Slay 8 you can secure eight dollars' worth of flno aluminum cooking utensils, absolutely free. Tho SIAJESTIC man who will be at our store that week will tell you how. E. P. BARNES & BRO., Beaver Dam, Ky. , Tho following were among those who visited Louisville Saturday nnd Sunday on tho L. & N. excursion: Sir. nnd Sirs. Fred Cooper, Sir. nnd Sirs. E. D. Thomas, Sir. and Sirs. Arthur Petty, Sir. nnd Sirs. Ramey Duko, Sirs. Pearl Yelser, Sirs. E. E. Birkhead, Sir. A. I. Nail, Sir. and Sirs. J. A. Duke, Sir. and Sirs. W. P. .. Slldklff. REDUCED ACREAGE CARRIES WHEAT UP i DECLINE SETS IN AFTER SEED-IXIN NORTHWEST IS RESUMED. G 1 IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY JRGo, Hartford Republican. FIUDAY, MAY 5. i Kor Sale. Ono black marc, 7 years old, 16 hands high, will bring a colt this Sho is a flno driver, good spring. pacer, &c. Will bo sold at a bargain. Can bo seen at W. SI. Flener's, Beaver Dam, Ky. C. A. Hunt, Beaver Dam. 41t4 FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS NET EARNINGS $237,007 Washington, Slay 1. Earnings of the Federal Reserve banks, it was announced here, were 755,707 gross and $257,667 net for the first quarter of 1916, or at tho yearly rate of 1.9 per cent, on an average paid-i- n capital of $54,904,000. The St. Louis and San Frnnclsco Reserve banks t L., II. & ST. L. R. R. TIME TABLE, No. 113 duo at Ellmitch 8:32 p. m No. 110 due at Ellmitch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmitch 3:40 p.m. 5:35 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton lost money during the quarter. Banks Miss Evelyn Dodson, Hartford, R., making profits at the rate of more 3 who has been visiting relatives in than 3 per cent, annually were: Boston, 3.24 per cent.; Richmond, 5.25 Hartford bos returned home. per cent.; Kansas Cty, 3.4 per cent.; Charles Ward, one of the Senior Chicago, 3.08 per cent. Class, has tho measles at the home of his uncle, Mr. Will Ward, Nocreek Tho people who know most about Sheriff S. O. Keown returned Sun- ranges Invariably buy the SIAJESday from Lexington where he placed TIC. The man from the factory will Theodore Bailey in the School of Re- explain why if you visit our SPEI Chicago, Slay 1. The highest prices for wheat last week were mado on Wednesday, when- - reports of greatly reduced acreage were given to tho trade. Prices declined later, however, after a couple of sunshlney days had caused a resumption of seeding in tho Northwest. Slany of tho larger traders aro keeping out of the market for the present They want to sco Slay liquidation out of tho way and aro also watching the distribution of Canadian stocks en routo to the seaboard beforo making large commitments either way. They also desire more posltivo confirmation of political conditions. Until they arc they aro disposed to sell on all bugles. Cash Interests expect to see Slay wheat drop to a full carrying charge under July before Slay liqualdatlon Is over. Lato seeding in the northwest is strengthening values there and they aro working to large premiums over Chicago, which, bulls predict, should turn buying in favor of h.ird winters. Crop experts continue to find mixed conditions in the winter wheat States. in Oklahoma green bugs are damaging the crop, according to reports received from several sources. In Kan-pa- s ihe condition Is spotty". There is more or less acreage everywhere In that State that is poor and may for abandoned later. It will require frequent showers to maintain present conditions. Corn was strong early In the week, hulls giving the market more support because of bad weather and a largo reduction In the visible supply. The market weakened late in the weeK.after tho weather became more favorable. The buying early in the week was based to some extent to the good cash demand, tho Southwest reporting good sales for export. The weather the last few days has been Ideal for planting, and country stations reported increased offerings because of tho Improved conditions of the country roads. Fine weather conditions in all directions for the growing plant caused tho oats market to weaken late In the week. Exporters took SIay oats freely early In tho week and caused the market to sell higher. ed ON TOP 3 There are sometimes disadvantages in- - being o;i top you may have to pay too dearly for it. the man who wears the'clothes we sell is on top in style, service and tailoring qualities without paying an extra price. "But if youbuy your serge suit somewhere 6 the store that sells the BEST SERGE SUITS at the most reasonable prices. THAT'S HERE. $15.00 and $18.00. Now, you won't die, get poor, lose your job or fail else. But you might as well have the full advantage of dealing at For intance, all wool serge suits at 10.00, 12.50, You can't beat this raDge of prices on the qualities mentionod. Porhaps you can't equal it anywhere else. Any how, come in and let's talk it over. CARSON & CO. INCORPORATED. Hartford, Kentucky. IHHMHIH Lr. Irvincton No. Ill By using Ellis' Uluo Ribbon Flour you can stock your kitchen with SI., II. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE. Aluminum cook vessels at wholesale prices. South Bound, No. 115 8:45 a. m. Duo at Hartford SI. Lutiier King and wife, of North Bound, No. 114 visited relatives and Henderson, Duo at Hartford .5:55 p. m. friends in Hartford, from Saturday (Both "Mixed Trains.) till Slonday. horses and two For Sale-Tw- o Don't forget that next Sunday is good brood mares. Terms to suit day. purchaser. Address Dr. L. B. Bean, ' 44tf BtrchcrwuTin Branden- Hartord, Ky. Mr. John burg Saturday and Sunday. Tho following high school pupils Sir. Gllmoro Keown was In Louls- have measles: Ernest Wilson Prentiss Leo Hcflln, Heflln, Kenneth Sladdox, vlllo Friday and Saturday. Mr. Fred Robinson, of Providence Rockport, and Dant Bennett, city. When you conio to Hartford don't is visiting his parents hero. Call at Ellis Milling Co. and see forget tho placo, don't forget tho price. A good meal for 25 cents. tho Aluminum cook vessels. CITY RESTAURANT. examinations in school will Final In Owing to a serious break-dow- n begin Tuesday of next week. tho local plant Hartford Is without Regular meals 25 cents. lights. A new englne"'and dynamo CITY RESTAURANT. will bo installed and tho work will ft Tuesday requtro'about Mrs. C.M7"Barnett-fea month time. for a visit to relatives in Nashville. Sir. John T. Slooro, of Elizabeth-towMr. SI. LTlIcavrin returned Sunday E. G. Barrass, Dr. J. R. Pirtle, from a business trip to Washington, James Lyons, W. S. Tinsley and Al D. C. Barnett are camping near Grassy. Sir. A. S. Bennett, of Louisville, Several fine catches havo been made. visited herrf from Friday until WedTho Columbia l,ho Insurance) Co,, nesday. will Innn vnu hnlf thn vnlnn nf vnlir Mr. I. srsiason. of Beaver Dam, ,and fof 5 year8 No ,oans taken was in town Slonday mixing with for less than $600. For terms, see friends W. H. PARKS. Sirs. Paul Woodward Is tho guest 36tf Hartford, Ky. of Sirs. Arthur Potty and Sirs. B. D. Next Suudny Is x Thomas. day In Kentucky and Ohio Sir. H. "Brsiartin, Slorgantown is county is expected to como up with in town this week looking out for a her part of "those present." Every location. effort is being put forth to havo a Sirs. Charlie Jennings of Graham largo attendanco at tho Warlord is visiting her parents Sir. and SIrB. schools. Dan King. It is very, seldom that one something for nothing, but If Sir, Ben" D. Ringo," Attornoy Is In attendanco at you will visit our SPECIAL SIAJES-.TIUuilng the DI5MONSTRATION coyrt tills wok. whpT?1.85 par week, boglnnlg Slay 8 we will show Stock peas, fancy bushel while they last, Wo think you how to obtain 58.00 worth of nut"kltchi.n ware, ubeolutely Urn. this price lo.bks gopd. x E. P. BARNES & BRO., ACTON BROS, Beaver Dam, Ky. Ky.' Hartford, 42t2 n; Ar. Loulsvlllo . Lv. LouIbvIUo .. 8:35 a. Ar. Irvlngton . .10:06 a. J.v Trvlnptnn . .1IWO ft. 1:04 p. Ar. Ellmitch 5:56 p.m. 7:4Q p.m. m. m. m. m. ' Don't take anybody's word for it Insist on knowing how a range is made, inside and out, and you will buy one in a lifetime.. A range expert will be In charge of our SPECIAL SIAJESTIC DEMONSTRATIONS for one week, commencing Slay 8. CIAL SIAJESTIC DEMONSTRATION Ask him, . form. E. P. BARNES & BRO., ono week commencing May 8. cKer oi centertown wuo KarI Beaver Dam, Ky, E. P. BARNES & BRO., was a student in school at this place 4 Beaver Dam, Ky. last year visited school Monday after- nOOU. i, Hollier Eiaht THE CAR IDEAL. The new 1916 Hollier Eight is indeed the ideal pleasure car, combining in one car, at a moderate price, all those features you have so long desired, and been unable to find in other moderate-price- d cars. Light in weight, with tremendous power and speed, smooth running as a wafch, easy riding as a Pullman car, built of highest grade materialt, finished like the finest furniture, with all conveniences of operation, there is really no other car to which it can be fairly compared. No matter what other cars you are familiar with, there is a big surprise in store you when you see and ride in the Hollier Eight, for there is no other car in or near its price class anything like it in quality, construction, or performance. Write or phone for detailed specifications, and demonstration-NOand get acquainted with the Motor Car Sensation of the season. ' C We havo a stock of Farm ImpleSTANDARD OIL PROFITS DOUBLED DURING 1015 ments consisting of Blue Bird Plows, Vulcan Chill Turning Plows, Peg Now York, Slay 1. Profits of tho Tooth and Disc Harrows, Corn Drills, Standard Oil Company of Now York Cultivators and anything else In the for 1915 wcro moro than double those Implement line. We also have three of tho preceding year, according to Weber Road Wagons and ono Runan annual statement. Issued about Buggy. All this will bo sold Net earjilngs of $15,761,663 show an on regular terms. Don't forget we Jones' Increase of $8,026,744, the surplus still handlo tho established increasing from $1,736,000 to Brand Fertilizer. and tho total surplus from W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Hartford, Ky,( $16,701,591 to $26,463,254. The total surplus is now moro than one-thiof the company's entire capitaliNotice to Ico Users. zation. After Slay 1 there will be no ice sold on credit by tho Hartford Ico Company. Buy a $2.00 book of tickErrs For Hatching. S. C. Black Stlnorcas, Northup ets for $1.80 and tako advantage of Strain pens, headed by big classy tho dlcsount. 43t2 cockerels from Tennessee, mated to i my choice hens and pullets. White Breaking Plows, Vulcan Chilled, Wynndottes, choice cocks mated to Blue Bird and New Ground Plows at my best hens and pullets, not akin. reduced prices. Both breeds heavy winter layers. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Eggs from either or both breeds $1.00 . When buying an article that Is per 15, $3.00 for 50. Castrating and other veterinary work carefully done. supposed to last a lifetime, it pays Eggs Vi off regular prico balanco to examine it carefully and be SURE. An expert from tho factory will be at of season. our Btoro for ono week, commencing L. T. BARNARD, Slay. 8, to show you why you need buy Hartford, Ky., R. 4. 40t0 but onco If you buy a SIAJESTIC range. GOOD ROADS SPEAKING. E. P. BARNES & BRO., The Hon. R. E. Wood, of Loulsvlllo Beaver Dam, Ky. will speak on tho road bond issue at tho following places, following timo "POSSUM HUNTERS" FOUND and dates: GUILTY AT GREENVILLE Wednesday, Slay 10 Beaver Dam, 2:00 p. m.; Taylor Mines, 5:30 p. m.; Greenville, Ky., Slay 2. George SlcIIenry, 7:30 p, m. Thursday, Slay 11 Centertown, 2 Stewart, Lang Stewart and Jack Gibp. m.; Simmons, 5:30 p. m.; Rock-por- t, son woro convicted in Circuit Court hero tonight on a charge of banding 7:30 p; m. Friday, Slay 12 Cromwell. 2:30 and confederating together for tho purpose of intimidating, and each was p. m.; Dundeo, 7:30 p. in. Saturday, Slay 13 Fordsvllle, 2 seutenced to a term In tho penitentiary by Judge John S. Rhea. Tho p. in.; Horso Branch, 7:30 p. m. Sir. Woods was formerly postmas- Stewarts woro each sentoncod to from ter of tho Loulsvlllo olllco and knows thrco to soven years and Gibson to from A, to Z, He from one, to throo years. tho Tho trial of Henry Sloonlnslmm is a fluent speaker and in hjs deliband Harold Slatbeny, oharged In the erate manner will explain now uppermost' in tho minds of sauio Indictments with tho Stewarts and Gibson; but who demanded sop- people of Ohio county. tho to-da- y. rd road-quosjion r Attention, Farmers! D. G; YOUNG CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. arato trials, was continued until tho tion of tho case was conducted by Attorney J. R. September term of tlio court, as wero Commonwealth's the trials of twelvo other alleged Slallory, W. II. Gray and Hubert Slerldeth. "possum huntors." and Conviction of tho Stewarts makes four on "posGibson during tho sum hunting" charges present term of court. Tho dispatch with which Judge Rhea has endeavored to on for co tho law has elicited much favorable comment. Prosecu ht Notice To Housekeepers. Buy Ellis Milling Co.'s Blue Ribbon Flour. Every sack contains" a coupon which entitles you to a pleco of Aluminum Ware at Wholeealo price. r FARM DEPARTMENT The Curse of Weeds. It is for the conservation of moisture that we keep up tho cultivation of Jhe crops In tho summer, hut tho evaporation which can ho checked by this means is small when compared with the amount of water taken up Srom the soil by an ordinary growth of weeds. We can hardly estimate the importance of killing tho weeds. (about 1,528,000 pounds), valued $58,318. at INVASION OF CANADA 120,-OO- O Onions from Seed. There is little danger of plowing too deep for onions if the ground is loose, friable and rich to about 10 depth. Land that , inches or 1 foot in was plowed in tho fall can ns a ruio bo worked the soonest. It is very important to sow tho seed, or get tho bulbs at the earliest possible date. The ground must bo kept free from weeds. On a weedy piece of land it is apt to cost inoro to keep the patch clean than tho crop is Lime as nn Insecticide. worth. Tho young onion is a tiny Dry hydrate of lime formed by plant that Is easily smothered with slaking fresh linio with Just water weeds or destroyed by the formation uough to crumble it Into a fine powof a crust on the soil that may form der is used as an insecticide. It is after a rain. Tho young plants como still very caustic and fatal to tho lar-a-e up slowly and do not start a quick of asparagus beetles, slugs of growth until tho roots are well es furrent, pear, plum, etc., and other tablished. This makes the crop Aplarvae having a moist surface. difficult to manage on weedy land, or plications aro best made in the mornsoil that bakes early in the season ing, while the plants and Insects are before the plants have a chance to yet a little damp. reach good size. Tho great bulk of onions produced Racing Corn. in this country Is grown from seed Making every hill contain at least sown in tho open ground. The soil two stalks, and each stalk contain at should be harrowed and rendered fit secd ear, is the least one average-sizefor growing the first day that it is ret of succcessful corn raising. As dry enough to use implements. Tho resoon as the corn is an inch high, seeds should be sown somowhat plant every hill that contains no thickly In drills 16 Inches apart. The may be a little plants. While this rows should bo straight, so that they later than tho first planting and some may be more readily followed in hoe way of frost, may not get out of the ing while tho plants are very small it will make good cattle feed if noth- About 4 pounds of seed will bo re ing more. quired for an acre, which will need twelve to fourteen seeds to the foot. Chemical Fertilizers. One-haof an inch to three-fourth- s Strong chemical fertilizers should is tho proper depth to sow in most lavishly to growing not be given too soils, but 1 inch is not too deep if plants. Nitrate of soda is good as a the ground is sandy or loose. you cannot source of nitrogen, but Work the plants ns soon ns possible grow a plant in pure nltrado of soda, sowing. Cultivation should bo food after acid phosphate and other actual frequent enough so weeds never get substances; not even if they are a start. Thinning the young plants mixed with the most consumate skill. should be carefully done as soon a3 Look at a clay soil; it Is generally the young plants are large enough regarded as a pretty poor one for so the proper selections can be made, growing plants, bdt it has more acand before they begin to crowd each tual units of food in It than any other other in the row. sort of soil you can take, and it is Improved by throwing in the solid The Business AVonian. grit of sand or the rubbish of ashes The business world is a brand' new from the furnace. place for a woman and she has not quite adjusted herslf to it as yet. She Squash Bugs. Is an alien creature in the world of The squash bug never lays its eggs men and she has to steer a careful on the stem, unless by accident, but course between the cliff of being the under side of the leaves. The ggs are of a dark chestnut color, The two biggest "don'ts" for the globular in form, and exist In clus- business woman are rather contraters. They may be found by turning dictory affairs. But they can easily up the leaves, when the eggs may t2 be reconciled by steering a neat and crushed. Another insect deposits Its efficient middle course. First let us eggs on the stem; this is the borer. define our don'ts and then we can The larvae, as soon as hatched, eat easily enough figure out that middle into the stem, and are then difficult course. to dislodge. One of the most effecDon't, as you value your own tual remedies against enemies of the womanhood, permit yourself to besquash is a solution of saltpeter, come a hard, aggressive, pushing perwhich is prepared by dissolving a son who carries business methods teaspoonful in a quart of water and into social life. You don't have to .sprinkling it over the plant, though be any of these things In business in 'sawdust, saturated with turpentine, order to succeed. is also used on the ground around Hard aggressiveness is alien to all each plant with success. the normal characteristics of a real woman's nature. Woman In business Extent of Irrigation. Is still woman. She thinks and acts When the last federal census was and works with the attributes of a nataken more than 500,000 acres of ture that is not male or masculine in Jand was Irrigated in the United any of its normal qualities. States with water supplied by wells, Tho cleverest and most successful of which was about three-fourtbusiness woman I know is tho very pumped the rest rising to the surface successful mother of three wonderful by artesian pressure, says the United children. On Sundays and half holiStates Geological Society. Since that days Bho finds her greatest Joy In time progress has been made In the sewing on frilly feminine things and recovery of underground water. At in concocting dainty femlnlno dishes. first ground water irrigation was alOn week days sho in an efficient, most wholly confined to a few re- dignified, business womgions, such as Southern California., an. But she Is not hard, nor strident, the Pecos Valley, and tho Arkansas nor masculine. And as a very great Valley, but now nearly all parts of compliment sho took a man's surpristhe West aro being prospected for ed ejaculation: "You talk Just like supplies. Owing to the ground water a woman!" Her reply showed her diversity in geologic conditions the sane, normal sense of proportion, occuranco of underground water "Why shouldn't I I am a woman." differs greatly from place to place. There Is tho first great don't. When Many of the desert valleys have large you go to business don't forget that but others you aro a woman. and valuable supplies; which appear no less promising to And the next great don't lies at the the casual observer have little or no opposite extreme of tho scale. Don't or only water underground water force upon all the men with whom that is too deep to be profitably you deal the consciousness that you or too alkaline to be used pumped are feminine, "tho female of tho tor irrigation. Tho uncertainties at- species." tending ground water dovelopements In other words you have to think are causing great loss and suffering and feel and act and do accordingly of uninformed and into thousands to your natural feminine equipment, experienced settlers, and are providyou do not have to force on men ing unscrupulous promoters with op- but the consciousness that you aro a sex lf over-feminin- e! far-sight- Gcrmnns lfntl Planned to Send Men Into Country. Now York, April 30. Count Max Lannr Louden, at ono tlmo hunted by the federal authorities as an alleged Qermnn spy, In a statement to El)tE6rAMERICANl vnslon of Canada by n German army recruited In tho United States. The tTgooS" hottla count claims that it was his activity bound, thPowtuUnhli.th in connection with raising this army Which groused the suspicion of tho It U first lntheirtjoiIU "jQuattyroctuV rt federal authorities and led to his uc ing under surveillance for a long pe " riod by federal secret service agents "The organization," said Count Louden, "of this nrmy was first dls cussed in the fall of 1914. A prom inent German, who had formerly been a high ranking official in the German nrmy, broached tho subject 'The Towhitin is refined, ex clusire, nd restful Its excel to me, and I consented to do all in lent, location on rennsylraniaj my power to perform tho plan. Avenue. 18th and II Streets, desirable headquarmakes it "Tho object of raising the army ters (or, bridal couples, tourist turtles, conTcntIonsfSchooU and capture Canada In a night, us was to colleges. i J it were, and stop tho participation of The Powhatari""attrscts'lhe people ol culture and education. war abroad by glv Canadians in tho .Its proximity to State, War and .Navy Departments, also to many ing them enough to nttend to at points, ol historical interest, scheme had the backing home. The makes this' hotel especially at tractive to k.discriminstlng puof tho German government and high blic German officials in the United States The" Powhatanofler""'room ."with detached bath at 11. SO, "A fund of $1G,000,000 was raised 32.00 and up. Rooms with priin this country, subscribed by wealvate bath, JJ.J0, $1.00 and up. "Write Tor Tioofclct with rasp) thy Germans, and plans were perfect CLIFFORD M. LEWIS, ed for recruiting the nrmy, which was Jdanagcr, to consist of 150,000 men, made up O and citizens of of German reservists I jai,iiiiiiM,,hMMi,n.i.i!nm.7Tnjl Germany in this country who had not For Infants and Children renounced their allegiance to the home country. In Use For Over Years "I was selected as the chief leader Always bears of tho expedition and four men who the had received military training In Ger Signature of many were picked out to act as gen hOmF erals of the army corps. MOTHER FINDS HER "Recruiting offices were secretly LONG LOST DAUGHTER opened In all large cities In ths counrap- try and the recruits rolled In so Through tho efforts of the LouisIdly that the success of the movement ville pollco department a mother and appeared to be assured from the daughter will soon be united, after a start. separation of twenty years. "According to the plans arranged, Twenty years ago Mrs. Sahar Fries 120,000 men, fully equipped with a was a resident of Hlcksvllle, O. She regiment of sharpshooters were to had a daughter who was adopted by be used in the actual invasion of Ca a family at Sandusky, O., when sho GUARANTEED SERVICE nada and 20,000 men wero to be held wns four years old. That was the last Ono hundred per cent as a reserve force, to be used as Mrs. Fries ever heard of her. Recentvalue. Special work for W. might be necessary, according to the ly Mrs. Fries moved to Louisville, and O. W. developements. son after arriving here sho decided W. F. STEVENS, "It was arranged that the first to enlist the aid of the local departHartford, Ky. R. F. D. 7. brigade would be gathered near New ment In nn effort to find her daughtRepresenting Continental York, the second brigade near Pitts Marblo & Granlto Co. burgh and Buffalo, the third near er. The department wrote the SandusPhiladelphia and the fourth near De ky police, giving them what facts trolt and Milwaukee. Each brigade they had In the case, and askqd them supplies and had a commissioner of to assist In finding the girl. This wns equipment. "Woman "Wants on April 23. This morning Chief LIndsey reAn Ideal Spring Laxative. ceived a letter from tho Chief of PoA good and time tried remedy is lice of Sandusky, stating that they Dr. King's New Life Pills. The had been successful In the search for first dose will move the sluggish the girl. Tho letter stated she was bowels, stimulate the liver and clear now Mrs. Cllsty Struzlnger, wife of a FOR PFRQANAI HVr.lFNP Dissolved in water for douche stop the system of body poisons, accumu wealthy resident of Sandusky, O. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamlated during the winter. Dr. King's Arrangements are now under way mation. Recommended by Lvdia E. New Life Pills will do It. 25c at between mother nnd daughter for a Pinkli&m Med. tnr tfn , 1 your druggist. reunion. Mrs. Fries was warm In her A healing wonder for nasal catarrh. lOreUlKMIMntnrMAV.I. Krnnnmti..! praise of tho Louisville police departHas eiBiordWnr cleicnoa nd etnnicidil rower. PRISONER'S FIRST RESPITE ISunple Frca. JOe. all drujguti. er fxatnid by ment for their aid to her. VmI TM PallooTcJrt Ccmptny. Bortoa. Mb, FROM SUNLESS SOLITUDE ffef the assistant district attorney outlined the details of a proposed to-d- In his only now privilege, nnd It was nt ft lecture there after tho services that ho hnd just seen for the first time in tho movies. ' Poraeroywns nn Illiterate youth when tho steel gratings of his solitary cell closed upon him 40 years ago. For 38 yerns ho was shut up so closely no person except his guards ind his mother, who came onco a month, could seo him. In 36 years ho exchanged fewer w oiils with other human beings than tho average mnn would In a week And yet, Instead of going insane, Instead of losing the last glint of his intellect, Pom crop has actually taught himself a dozen foreign languages, has rend every one of the nooks in the prison library, and has developed his mind, all unaided, to a point of unusual keencss. Four years ago Pomeroy wns to a larger cell in a new part ct the prison. Since then ho has been allowed to exercise dally for an hour nnd a half In a sunny part of the prison yard and to go to chapel on Sundays. But aside from these privileges Pomeroy's condition today Is what It has been for 40 years past. The sentence of solitary confinement holds good, and this historic convict may talk to no one, seo no one, and no man outside of Charleston prison may seo him. Professional HOTEL PJ3VHOT WASHINGTON. Otto C. Martin Attorney at , HAJITFORD, KY. Will praotlco his profoMkm In Uit and adjoining counties. CommorclsJ and Criminal Practice a Spoclalty. T. WADE HTJIATTO.V Cromwell, Ky. OTTO C. MAIITIH llnrtlurd. Ky. 1? ;d.c. jw STRATT0N & MARTIN Attornoys at Law CROMWELL, - KY. Will nractlco their profession In this and djoinlng counties. Collections. Commercial and Criminal Practice Spoclalty. Prompt and vlgorons sorvlco- - Notary in office. S,-0- 00 O.EJAYLOR.CE. Beaver Dam, Ky. Highway and Drainage Design. " DR. 0. E. HART SURGEON ISBAVKIl DAM, KY. YRTERINARY Ofllcc CASTOR 30 A James Tiylor's Livery Ilarn. A m&Sk r I I I luU TRADC-MAIIK- all couLtrici, or no tii ft obuun patcnTh I UwrtmiUy, at wr I THAT PA It, iprae,nu 7. ip ;ou lu iuccm report I Bnl mcdM. rlioto or ikrlen for rn on ttRttil!ltjr. ro rreetlce. SUR S an Mvnilt J oUlintJ la 1 uooc on PASSING RirCTCNCCS. B03-S0- B Seventh a. nHaninuTun, Stroot, c ForfrMOuU iitrnti writs to nirf re A BEPJ KBN "K -f- m VLJ'K2'Zi h A' "1...V I Every POPDLAEMCHAMCS ARTICLES -- 300 ILLUSTRATIONS TEEP Informed o! the World's Proms In knfrinMnnL. Mechanics and Invention. For Father and Son and All the Family. It appeals toaiicusse uia ann xoung .Mcnanu omcn. i. nine lATorue jiaguine iancranaioi home 300 A1AGAZINB f. J I portunities misrepresentation. creaturo. Your mental equipment is feminine. And in tho business world you aro dealing with that femlnlno men But the feminine tal equipment. emotional equipment has no place in tho world of business. Don't trado on your sex. Don't expect to get out of hard Jobs becauso you aro tho "weaker vessel." Don't expect to bo flirted with or catered to becauso you aro femlnlno. Don't trado on your charm. It has no place In tho world of business. Don't try to bo tho emotional complement of men in tho business world. These aro the primary don'ts for woman in business. Beatrico Fairfax in Commercial Appeal. Sunflower Seed Production. Tho production of sunflower seed In Missouri in 1915 is estimated at 3,600,000 pounds, from 8000 acres, making an average yield of 450 pouuds per acre. Tho wholesale price was about 3 3 cents per pound, making tho valuo per aero about $15. These estimates wero mado by tho field agent or tho Durcau of Crop Estimates, who comments as follows; "I am inclined to think that tho acreage planted exceeded this, but the August storm damaged tho crop seriously, blew tho plants down, caused them to rot, and in somo cases the seed dropped out of tho head. Sometimes sunflowers wero planted on very sandy land in an effort to find somo crop to grow," The census of 1910 reported 4731 acres of sunflower seed in tho entire United States, making 63,67 bushels Children dry FOR FLETCHER'S C A SXO R A I (By Kenneth W. Payne) Boston, April 29. Caged for nearly half a century In a solitary sunless cell of steel and stone. Jesse Pome-rothe world's most notorious prisoner, has nt last been allowed to get a glimpse of the outside world. And tho world has been revolutionized since he was shut away from It forever, as a 1C year old boy, In 1876 40 years ago. Tho sudden glimpse of the world that Pomeroy has just had, howover, was not direct, but only through tho medium of tho movies. This moral monster, who was sentenced to solitary confinement for life in the Charleston prison, as punishment for murder, with abhorrent cruelty of two little playmates has kept Intact and keen his Intellect, desplto a medieval form of punishment that mado raving maniacs of prisoners In tho dark ages. Ho was able tho other day to witness Intelligently tho most marvelous event that could happen to a man to whom all modern science and in vention had hitherto been a closed book. From Massachusetts, goaded by tho scathing remarks of her sister states, whero pcoplo said she was reverting to tho barbarism of her witchraft days In the punishment of Pomeroy, word has Just gono out that tho mysterious prisoner victim of grim incarceration such as has been inflicted upon no living man in tho civilized world today was to bo granted now privileges. Ho was to seo the sun at last, speak to peoplo, even to go tor rides in automobiles which ho had novcr seen. I went to Boston hoping to hear from Pomeroy's own lips his Impres sion after theso oxtraordinary new ex periences, only to find that Pomeroy's punishment in fact has not been modified at all as reported. Pomeroy is still caged In a sunless cell, allowed to seo or be seen by no human bolng. To sit silent and solitary in a dark corner at chapel Sunday evening is y, For Sale Real M OVER 03 ;mrv CPERICNCE . years 3CEiVr The thap NoUe Department (0 contain Practical HlnU for hbop ork And eiuj ware for tlit iajmaa to no imagi arnmvi tue iiome. 4miUur Mavchanlca f 17 1'iurMt for tbfi TIot and (llrla who I Iko to make things tUi how tnmnkelWr lew Outfit , Engine. Itoata, Hnow and hot Jewrlrr. Kd Furniture, etc. (Vmtalni la traction for the M vc haul c. Cum per and H port man. SINGLE COPIES. 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As a direct result of tho movement Inst year fifty thousand visitors 8unday School members. Hero nro thrco typical cases: An Old Soldier. Day" In ono On of our Sunday Schools an old man said, "I am over seventy years old. It has been forty years slnco I was in a Church. Tho man who is now Governor of Kontucky was my Colonel during tho war. I always obeyed every v order ho Issued. When my old Colonel Issued tho order that everybody must como to Sunday School today, I had to oboy. Now I am hore, what aro you going to do with mo?" A Men's Diblo Class was ready for him. Thrco ORDER OF WORSHIP AND INSTRUC weeks Intor ho became a member of TION. tho Church and has lived a consistent May 7, 1916. llfo over since. 1. Music. music Christian Strains of sacred A Young Man. plnyeil softly, at the sound of which nil will l silent. At another Sunday School, a young 3. Cull to Worship. Superintendent- - "Hive unto tho Lord the man, who had been going with a wild Klory duo unto Ills name: bring an offering nnd come beore Him: worship aot, was among tho visitors on Day." Ho became a rethe L.orl In the timuty of holiness." School. "I wns glad when they said unto gular member of tho Young Men's me, Let us go Into the house of tho eye. Diblo Class. Soon after ho declined Unto thee lift t up Lord u Prayer. mat atreiiest in tno.mine Thou heavens. an Invitation to go on a Sunday ex3. 4. Hymn. "All hall the power of Jesus' cursion where ho know thero would bo name." gambling, saying, "No, B. Kesponslve IUadlng from tho Scrip- drinking and boys, no mora of that for mo. I havo ture. Leader. "Brethren, my heart's desire Bomothlng so much bettor." nnd prnyer to OoI for Israel Is, that A Junior Boy. they might be saved." School "Christ Is the end of tho law For more than ef yoar nono of tho for righteousness to every one that family had attended Church or Sunday Leader The word Is nigh theo, even In School. School On In thy heart: that la thy mouth, nnd Day" tho children wore permitted to the word of fnlth. which wo prench." School. "That If thou shnlt confess with go and from that day becamo regular thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and Shalt believe In thine heart thnt Rod hath members. In a few wooks tho twelvo-ycar-ol- d railed htm from the dead, thou shalt boy united with tho Church. be saved " Tho mother then sont to tho old Leader "For with tha heart mnn unto righteousness; and with Church homo for her letter. And now the month confession Is made unto saltho father, too, often sits with them vation." School "For the scripture salth. Who- at tho Church service. soever belleveth on Him shall not ba Tho Kontucky Sunday School Assoashamed " Lender "For thero Is no difference be- ciation has been busy In many flelds tween the Jew and the Greek: (or tho same Lonl over all Is nigh unto nil thnt of service. A few ot its activities are For whosoever shall listed below: call upon Him call upon the nnme of the Lord shall 1 G o -- 1 o - Sunday School Day, be saved " School. "For God so loved the world, bringing 600,000 visitors to that He pave Ills only begotten Son, Kentucky Sunday Schools. that whosoever belleveth In Him should not perish, but have everlasting 1 Stato Convention, bringing tollfp." gether representatives from C3 . Hymn. "Love dlvlno, all lovo excelling," counties. 7. neeponshre Reading. 1 School of Mothods for tho Leader On April 25, 1915, one million Kentucky training ot Association officers. Seople InThis year thoattended Sunday Sundny Schools 1 City Training School, giving a of the stnte are trying to equal that twenty-weekrecord and In time we are all hoping courso to reprethat one million citizens of our stnte Sunday sentatives of fcrty-nlnhave formed the habit of regular wtll Sundny School attendance. Schools. School. Did any permanent good result 1 Mountain tour by an InternaDay last from Year? tional worker. Bunday School officers reported Lender 2 Older Boys' and Girls' Conferan Increase of mora than fifty thousand regulnr attendants as a direct result of ences. that day. Many of theae have become 20 Institutes. church members. In some schools that day marked the beginning of a steady 74 County Conventions tor tho growth In membership. workers of more than thrco 4 School Is Kentucky the only state where Day Is observed? i thousand Sunday Schools. first state-wid- e Loader The 104 Counties visited by a stato Day wns observed In Kentucky with such splendid results that worker, each visit bringing dithe attention of tho whole country was rect help to from ono to ono Attracted, nnd alnco that time many other states have Inaugurated such a hundred Sunday Schools. movement, ami many more are plnn- 200 Special rallies. ' nlng to have their first School Day In 1916. 300 District conventions with pracSchool How Is It posslblo to secure tho tical, holpful programs. of nil the Sunday Schools of this great stnte In this movement? 40,000 Copies of the Kentucky Suntho Sunday School Leader Hecaue day School Reporter distributworkers of Kentucky have formed a o s' o whon a groat enthusiasm was aroused among tho Sunday Schools of Kentucky. In every part of tho stato In rltatlong were sent out to all tho pco-plorganizations worn formed, and a now Interest In the Sunday Schools was awakoncd. Tho attendance upon tho Sunday Schools on this day was Increased from threo hundred thousand to six hundred thousand. Last year tho goal set was ono million; and so completo waa tho organization In tho different counties and towns, tho number wns reached. Tho special direction of tho day has boon given to tho Kentucky Sunday School Association, Interdenominawhich Is a stato-wid- o tional organization. This Association has proparod tho following program for tho day, and will send sufficient copies frco to any4 Sunday School mnklng application for thorn to tho Kentucky Sunday School Association, 712 Loulsvillo Trust building, Loulsvlllo, Ky. appeal from any Sunday School In the 'ate. IS School. How much does this work cost7 Leader During 1915 tho total expense vns 19,300.00. this money DAY School. How Is offerings of secured? the Sunday Lender. From On Schools and gifts of Individuals Day each school Is nsked to make an offering to this work. It possible Much Enthusiasm Has Boon School. How toIs do so much for nny organization work at so small nn expense? Movement on Foot by Big DisAnnual Prnninrl Dtf Thlo milium Lender. Uy the help of many hundred mi? volunteer officers In counties and distilling and Browing Plants of tricts, and by the most careful manState Event d agement of the affairs of the Associatho Stato to Organizes Boys tion. School. Let our schools do Its share In this work for "A Greater nnd a Hetter and Girls Pig Raising Clubs Kentucky," strengthening the work of SEEK ATTENDANCE OF MILLION our own schoM nnd extending Interest nnd help to nil parts of the stnte. 8. Hymn "Tell me the old, old story." 9 Lesson Tought BIG PRIZES TO BE OFFERED 10. lloport Kentucky Association Has Prepared 11. One verseAnnouncements. looks up to of "My fnlth Program to Be Furnished to Sunday-School- s 1!. Thee." Ilenedlctlon. Upon Application MoveIt Is qulto likely a lot of boys and ment Accomplishes Much Qood The next State Convention will be girls clubs wtll bo formed throughout Since Origin. held In Somerset, October 5, 6, 7, 8, tho Stato nnd a lot of big prizes offer1916. Every Sunday School In the ed for tho greatest results from tho State Is entitled to tend delegates to feeding of distillers' and brewers' prodDny has becomo this Convention, and will aaln by o ucts, or, what Is better known as, disan annual ntfnlr in tho stato of Kento. tucky. Tho flrst ono was held In 1014, tillers', concentrated liquid feed and 7TH PIG CLUBS FOR 7 per cent In tonnago. Despite theso losses, It Is declared, the aggregate of ships owned by tho allies Is being steadily Increased through building. uiaiuu uj . do-In- THE 8TORY OF THE 8UNDAY SCHOOL DOLLAR. o, ! e organization, the Kentucky Sunday School Association, which Is Interdenominational, reaching and helping all fields, and reinforcing the work of all tho denominations. School How are tho affnlrs of the Ken- tucky Sunday School Association Committee Lender By an Executive composed of forty members elected by Convention to which every the State Sundny School In the stnte mny eend This committee la voting delegates compoaod of representatives from the following churches: Baptist. Christian. Episcopal. Cvnngeltcal, Lutheran, Methodist, Ileformcd, nnd Presbyterian School Is this work needed In Kentucky? Leader it Is, for In our state for every one who roes to Sunday School there are four who stay nway Tenchers. Uecause In some counties In the state there are no trained teuchera In the Sunday Schools, nnd yet most of the teaching of the Illble must be done In these schools because there are so few churches where there are regular preaching services. Uecause there are fourteen Women counties In Kentucky where there Is no d of cradle roll: and lesa than the Sunday Schools of the stato have crudle rolls. Men. IJecause there are still In Kentucky twenty-on- e counties where there are no Organized Adult Illble Classes, counties without Home and twenty-on- e Departments. School Uecause there are forty counties In Kentucky In which there Is no Organized Class for Teen Age Pupils, and there are thousands of these clatiea that should be having tho benefit of class organization. Leader. These facts and other similar ones Indicate the need of conventions, institutes, conferences, surveys, personal visits and other means of presenting; standards and stimulating Interest In Sunday School work School What Is the Kentucky Sunday School Association doing to meet these needs? four Leader. It employs 400 workers for full district and countime, holds about ty conventions each year, conducts about 25 Institutes, visits about two thousand Sunday Schools each year to Ie some direct Svc on the best help, distributesSunday method of School work, seed out many thousand I. l letters ana circulars, rtspeous 10 every tnte-wtdman-ageone-thir- ed. Circulars of Information distributed. 11,000 Personal lettors. With this record back ot It and oven larger things plannod for this year, tho Kcutucky Sunday School Association, 712 Loulsvlllo Trust building, Loulsvlllo, Ky., asks for the hearty of nil pooplo desirous of mnklng n greater and bolter Kontucky In Its work for tho best organization, cquipmout and teaching In all tho Sunday Schools of the stato. You cannot mako n hotter Investment than by making a contribution of this Association. Do it now. 98,000 To sccuro ono million people In tho Sunday Schools ot Kontucky on Mny 7th, will moan that every member of tho Sunday Schools must bo presont that day and bring somobody else. It you attondod last yoar as a visitor, you will want to go again this yoar. If you haven't been to Sunday1 School tor years, this will bo a good tlmo tor you to como and boo what la bolng In most dono In tho Sunday School. schools you will And many changes, many Improvements. - You will be sure of a cordial wolcomo. Kentucky Sunday School Association, 712 Louisville Trust Building, Loulsvlllo, Ky. You owo It to yourself and your jstato to attend Suqaay School on May 7, 1916, It you find there any good for yourself, or any opportunity to do good for another, becomo a permanent member. , Mnn In Frilly Dresses Weds Farmer. Lima, Ohio, April 28. Julian "popular lady," need not feel he has a patent on effecting fomlnlno roles, for Lawrence Miller, a man, ot this city, actually wedded John Marshall, 70 a well-to-d- o farmer residing near Unlpolls. For several months Miller, In feminine wig nnd clothes, "wooed" tho nged farmer and was accepted, on a promise of $8000 dowry, Miller says. A mock wedding ceremony was staged, with fifty guests, before a pseudo Justice of the peace. Not until the couple had been pronounced man and "wife" did Marshall discover that the object of his affection was of masculine gender, for it was then that Miller removed his wig. "The bridegroom" remained In bed distillers' dried grains. This comes as a result of tho great all next day. success obtained by farmers In Davlcs and adjoining counties In tho fattening For Sale. of hogs from distillers' feed products A 160 acre farm 4 miles cast of within tho last thrco years. They say Hartford, on the border ot tho oil that they can produco tho finest of fields. Good dwelling, barn and othpork at a cost of less than 3c a lb. Young when it generally costs about 8c a lb. er necessary outbuildings. orchard, strawberry bed and other by tho feeding of corn. Right now a largo company Is bolng pleasing features. If bonds carry scat pike will be near. formed to market these products to lnter-count- y tho farmer and stock raiser. It will bo See, or write Tinsley & Barnett, shipped to switches along tho various Hartford, Ky., for further particulines in largo tank cars, as tho rail- lars. roads aro to heartily with low rates nnd prompt service and it is likely that large prizes will bo offered in various districts to tho boy or girl UNITED STATES AS who raises a pig at tho least cost fed on raisings thereof of this concentratAS WORLD LEADER ed liquid feed. Tho rules to bo furnished by tho Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station ot Lexington, Ky. Moro than 25,000 head of hogs wero COUNTRY IS FIRST IN THE PROfattened by Davlcs county farmers DUCTION OF MANY OF THE alono last year on this principal prodNECESSITIES. uct of tho distillers and brewers that bad heretofore gono to wasto or been shipped abroad to stock raisors. 29. Tables April Washington, Colds Quickly Relieved. soon to bo published by the Bureau Many people cough and cough on Foreign and Domestic Commerce from the beginning of Fall right In its 1916 "statistical abstract ot through to Spring. Others get cold tho United States" will show this after cold. Take Dr. King's New country leads In the production of Discovery and keep It in tho house. many basic articles ot commerce. "It Is certainly a great medicine and Some foods Included. I keep a bottle ot It continually on America stands first among the nahand" writes W. C. Jesseman, Fran-conl- a, tions in its output of coal, iron and N. H. Money back is not sat- steel, copper, petroleum and silver. 1 It leads, too, In theso agricultural isfied but it nearly always helps m productions: Cotton, corn, wheat, HAY FEVEK PREVENTION- oats, apples, hay and tobacco. In BULLETIN MADE PUBLIC gold production the United States stands second, with South America In view of the approach of early first. summer the American Hay Fever PreIn sugar production Cuba Is ahead, vention Association, which aims to with Germany second and the United eventually eradicate hay fever. Is States third. Brazil and Venezuela calling attention to some ot the lead In coffee; China, India and Japan weeds which soon will begin to be In In tea; the Gold Coast and Ecuador flower nnd distribute their noxious In cocoa; Russia and Germany In pollen. Among them are the yellow rye and India nnd China In rice. dock, careless weed, cockle bur, etc. Countries second In the production Tho grasses also are noxious to a of articles In which the United States certain class ot hay fever sufferers leads oro Russia In wheat and oats and should not bo allowed to bloom and petroleum; India In tobacco and unless Intended for seed. Tho daisy cotton; tho UnUed Kingdom in coal; fleabano also Is beginning to bloom. Germany In Iron and steel; Japan In Its toxldlty has recently been estab- cooper; Mexico In silver. Children lished by this association. The United States produces 40 per collect theso flowers and In one whiff cfnt. of the world's Iron output; 50 will inhale sufficient pollen to cause por cent, of cooper; 60 per cent, of a paroxysm ot hay fever lasting three petroleum; cotton, 50 per cent.; silto Ave days. Such attacks are almost ver, 25 per cent.; corn, 60 per cent.; Invariably attributed to "colds," the oats, 30 per cent., and tobacco, 80 per real causo not being suspected. It cent. may, In addition, cause a "scnsltza-tlon,- " "Nell: "As people grow old, I like which will make the child susceptible to hay fever In later years. to see them still keep up with the From an agricultural standpoint fashions." Belle: "Yes, we never grow too weeds already cost .the. .farmer millions of dollars annually. When old to acquire the latest wrinkle." added to this Is the economic loss Stray Stories. due to hay fever caused by these Lame Back. weeds several millions may easily be Lamo back is usually duo to rheuadded. ,3 matism ot the muscles ot tho back. Hard working people are most likely Whooping Cough. "When my daughter had whooping "to suffer from It. Relief may bo had cough sho coughed so hard at ono by massaging tho back with Chamtlmo that sho had hemorrago ot tho berlain's Liniment two or three times everylungs. I was terribly alarmed about a day. Try It. Obtainable m where, hor condition. Seeing Chamberlain's -- Cough Remedy so highly recommendGERSI.VN IS ARRESTED ed, I got her a bottle nnd it relieved cough at once. Before sho had tho finished two bottles ot this remedy Alleged He Hurt Been Spying on Panama Cnnal Forts. sho was entirely well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes, Crooksvllle, Ohio. ObNew York April 27. Conrad Wll-helm tainable everywhere. Aufmaasser, a reserve officer of oe British Estimate Total Number Lost a German pioneer regiment, was arrested by secret service, officers on his 730. aboard tho steamship AVnshlugton. April 28. British es- arrival on suspicion Colon from Cristobal timates of the European war's toll of merchant ships, given In figures that ho had been spying upon tho y by tho department of com- Panama Canal fortifications. According to Chief Flynn, tho susmerce put the number at 736 with a tonnage of moro than two million. picions proved unfounded. Noverless Allied vessels, lost number 638 and Aufraausses was sent to Ellis Island and possession were confiscated. neutral 198. Mr. Flynn said ho would undoubtTho estimates, made by a British give British losses as 410 edly bo released by the Immigration admiral, ships; French 63; Russian 36; Italian authorities provided ho satisfied them 27; Belgian 10; and Japanese 3. that ho was entitled to enter this This does not Include the loss ot 237 country as an alien. Aufmaasser had been employed In trawlers by tho British, seven by the the canal zono since May, 1914, as French and two by the Belgians. Norway with 81 vessels destroyed, assistant superintendent for tho enleads tho neutral nations In losses. gineering firm of Neumeyer & DiaSweden with 40 Is second and Den- mond, which built tho two huge mark with 28 third. Holland has lost cranes employed In digging tho canal. Tho photographs proved to bo. It Is 24 and tho United States 7. British losses amount to 4 per cent said, ordinary views ot tho canal and ot the total number In service and 6 the documents written in German had per cent ot the tonnage. French to do with technical matters written 4 per cent In number and for the ubo ot his employers. losses are El-tlnm to-dto-da- BOYS AND GIRLS 4 HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Foot Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. Came I and had gotten so weak I could not ftaatV I gave up In despair." At last, my husband got me a bottle of Husband to Rescue. Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I coo menced taking It. From the very first Catron, Ky.-- In en Interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bettle Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only it was helping me. I without It tiring me, and am doing all SyworJc" i If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardul, the woman's tonic It lias helped can now walk two miles dose, I could tell sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and shou!4 all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist bat sold Cardul for years.) He knows what in my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat it will do. Ask him. He will recoHK ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. TTrte soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory to: Chsttsnoofs Mellclnt Co.. U that, nothing seemed to do me any good. ,Dept., Chatunoozi. 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Wouldn't It pay you to buy a good range a" range wlthva rep- MnjE5TK-evER-BURri-cooiE- utation imS n jgwA-i'lpi ' J1''! i llliiill!1 4 Tho first 100 boys nml girls who present to THE MAJESTIC RANGE SALESMAN nt our store between 3 and 5 p. in., TUESDAY, written answers to tho following questions, will receive this fascinating story book FREE. 1 What rango is your mother now using? 2 Give names of anyono you know needing a new rango. 3 Tho Magestlc Rango has many points of superiority which does your mother consider best? 4 What Is your age? C When Is your birthday? it t. Thepreat Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Range. You make no mistake In buying the GREAT MAJESTIC it's the range with THE REPUTATION ask your neighbors. Then, too, it's made just right and of the right kind of maCHARCOAL AND terial MALLEABLE IRON riveted together practically air tight lined with pure asbestos parts being malleable can't break has a movable reservoir and an oven that doesn't warp that's why the MAJESTIC uses so little fuel, bakes just right every day In the year (browns bread Just right all over without turning), heats 15 gallons of properly water while breakfast is cooking handled lasts a lifetime, and costs practically nothing for repairs. Don't buy the range you expect to last a lifetime "unslght unseen"; you'll be sure to Come to our store during be disappointed. demonstration week, see the GREAT MAJESTIC have Its many exclusive features explainedfind out why the MAJESTIC is 300 per cent, stronger than other ranges where most ranges are weakest. COFFEE-PO- VV EPJfyllM $MSglKlV Ifcgr :TgE i'" .J ' Jvl il ' IL I ( 1 'f 91.00 ARTICLE FREE Tho boy or girl giving the nearest and best answer to the third question may select any 51.00 article from our stock IN ADDITION TO THE SOUVENIR. A Prlzofor Everybody Don't be discouraged It you are not ono of tho 100 to get tho story book. You will receive a MAJESTIC PUZZLE CARD that will afford you many hours of amusement. JJo sure to have your answers ready to hand In at our store TUESDAY afternoon between three and five. They must be WRITTEN if you wish to recelvo a souvenir or prize. SPECIAL All during this week a special demonstrator direct from tho MAJESTIC'FAC-TOR- Y will be glad to show you "ALL ABOUT RANGES" show you why tho MAJESTIC Is tho best range on earth at any price. Conic, If You Intend to Iluy or Not EDUCATION lies In KNOWING THINGS KNOW why the oven of a rango Is heated KNOW how tho water 13 heated HOW the top is heated WHY tho MAJESTIC uses so little fuel KNOW how a range Is mado inside and outside. This education may servo you in tho future. DON'T OVERLOOK a chance to KNOW THINGS shown by one who knows. COME. 8 This Set of Ware Free. . i Don t Overlook the Date. This is a Special Invitation to You and Your Friends and Neighbors. E- JC00000CX)00(XX P. BARNES &BRO., Beaver Dam. c J LATEST WAR NEWS Monday Dublin. Tho Irish rebels in Dublin are surrendering and messages have been sent out, to the country districts advising the revolutionists to do likewise, according to the official statement made In London last night. Tho situation in Dublin, Itself is said to bo much Improved, and the rebels have surrendered In largo numo bers In tho Sackvillo-stree- t, and Four Courts districts. Tho capture of 707 prisoners. Including tho Countess Marklevicz, a prominent At Sinn Foln leader, Is announced. the sanio time tho British War Olfico reports tho casualties among tho ' Dritlsh oulcers :ln Irish rioting to trlrty-twTho loss from have been fire In Dublin, which could not be stopped by tho firemen while tho sniping wa,s in progress, Is said to have totaled moro than $10,000,000. post-ofilco. oners, is reported by tho Paris War Offlco, while Berlin asserts that French attacks were repulsed. Four Fokkers and four other German aeroplanes have been shot down In air battles on the western front, according to Paris. . dlan, vs. Perry Kirk. Flora Hudson CIRCUIT COURT NOTES. attacks by tho French around Dead gory enlistment, vs. Williams Coal Co. T. M. Jones Man's Hill and counter attacks north w. of Cumleres have again been followTho Ohio Circuit Court convoyed vs. Lee Duke. Russian Front. A German atFriday, 5th Day Bog Key vs. f." ed by heavy German bombardment tempt to assume tho offensive at in court hall hero last Monday mornof theso positions and a continuation term, with Judgo C. R. R. Co. near Riga, was put down. ing for a Saturday, Cth Day Alex Bennett of shelling northeast of the fbrtress. Several Russian positions In tho Gulf R. W. Slack present and. presiding. Rag-gasetwo-weeks Tuesday "Future relations probably can bo looked forwajd to with less apprehenGermany. German-America- n sion." Tho above Is only tho Inkling of tho result of the conference which ha3 just closed between American Ambassador Gerard and Emperor William at Great Headquarters and is made upon tho authority of tho Associated Press. All dispatches aro censored. Ambassador Gerard Is returning to Berlin and tho German reply to tho American note Is expected without delay. of Riga wore bombarded by German Ireland. The British troops and nircraft, while a Russian air squadthe Royal Irish constabulary havo ron attacked tho German naval baso brought about the surrender of all at Windau, Courland. the rebel forces In Dublin, and tho Ireland. With tho situation in people of the Irish capital, for tho first time in a week are able"!o move Ireland virtually normal, tho military freely about tho city unendangered authorities now aro busily engaged by bulletta of rebel snipers. In tho in running down tho few of tho recountry districts of the island tho maining Sinn Felners who have failrebels aro laying down their arms, ed to surrender. ; and quiet Is said to prevail In most of tho places where disorder previously Prance. Artillery flro especially had been reported to exist. A largo sovoro to the northeast of Verdun, number of tho 1,000 prisoners taken has been the solo method of warfaro in Dublin havo been sent to England. on tho several sectors. Wednesday United States. No decision has been reached by .tho German diplomats in answer to tho United States noto, according to tho announcement mado yesterday by Horr von. Jagow, the Foreign Minister, beforo tho Budget Committee of the Reichstag. Tho delay on tho part of Gormany has Increased the gravity of tho situation in tho eyes of Washington officials. It has been two weeks since tho communication waB- - dispatched, and it is belloved that this indicates that a straight out answer will not bo given, but that an argumentative reply will bo forwarded. The recruiting problem Eugluud. In England Is to bo dealt with by the British Parliament In a bill to bo introduced by tho Government calling (or general and immediate compul- - Mediterranean. Two British' war .craft, tho armed yact Aegusa and tho mine sweeper Nasturtium, have been sent to the bottom in tho MediterranFranco. Capturo of two German ean by coming in contact with mines. trenches In tho vicinity of Dead Man's France. Tho repulse of German Hill, together with nearly 100 pris ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure No Alum No Phosphate Tho following" named gentlemen were empaneled as as petit Jurors: Alonzo Fralze, Wat Stevens, Luther Leach, Caleb Smith, Demsey Slack, Henry Lake, Phil Smith, Sam Royal, W. S. Wheeler, M. T. Black, D. B. Bartlett, Mac Cook, II. C. Crowder, Leonard Taylor, O. R. Tlnsley, Carllo Taylor, C. A. Crowe, Sam Kelly, P. T. Shrovo and Arthur Whltehouso. After tho preliminary motions wero disposed of and tho petit Jury empaneled the court adjourned until after tho good roads speaking in tho afternoon. Mr. E. H. Hicks, of Leltchlleld, having mado application for license -- oto practice law, the following attorNOCREEK. neys of tho local bar, Judgo R. R. May 2. Rov. Harper will preach Wedding, McDowell A. Foglo and Otto C. Martin, wero appointed to con at this placo noxt Sunday. Mrs. D. E. Ward and Mrs. Ina duct tho examination, which they did Barnard spent tho day with Mrs. and a favorable report was mado and Harper last Friday. same was approved by tho court and Mr. D. E. Ward lost a flno colt Sun- Mr. Hicks was granted license for day night. tho practice of law, Mr. Wilson Ward has tho measles. Cases Set For Jury Trial, Miss Edna Black spent tho week Monday, May 1st Bon F. Forgu-- i end with Miss Geneva Shown. W. j eon vs. Allco Peyton Fergusoh. Mr. WUUo Ward went to Loulsvlllo D. Hocker vs. J. D. Vaughn. j last week where bo underwent a serTuesday, 2d Day W. S. Likens vs. ious operation and is getting along I. C. R. R. Co. Wilbur Mitchpll vs. nicely. Beaver Dam Graded School, &c. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Martin of Llvermoro I. S. Mason vs, same. spent tho week end with hor brother Wednesday, 3d Day Sjusan vs. A. P. Kelly, ot al. Flnloy Mr. Homer Llndley. Mr. Claronco and Oscar Ward re- Carter vs. on motion for ditch. C. turned hpiao from Loulsvlllo Sunday. R. Rhoads, ot al., vs. Same. P. L. Mr. anil Mrs. Everett Kimball. Alford vs. O. W. Embry. Beaver Dam visited Mr. Jim Ralph! Thursday, 4 th Day A. P. Kelly ' vs. Sam Neel. Albert Oberst, guar and family Saturday night. Mc-Car- ty vs. Clydo Ralph. Tho following equity cases aro marked for trial aj this term of court, viz.: J. R. Dexter vs. W. S.' Brown, ot al. E. T. Williams, ot al., vs. McIIeury Mfg. & Machine Co; C. E. Hoover vs. Mrs. J. R. King; Susan M. McCarty vs. A. P. Kelly, et al.; Wilbur Vanco vs. Laura Chappcl, et al.; J.E. Armstrong, ot nl.; vs. B. L. Gossott, &c Vs. J.. R. Swopo, &c; A. P. Hammond vs. Williams Coal Co., &c. Cuscs Tried. Mrs. I. S. Mayon vs. Beaver Dam Graded- - School Verdict of Jury 28,25 for plaintiff. Mrs. Z. Wilbur Mitchell vs. Beaver Dam Graded School hung Jury. Finjey Carter on motion for ditch on trial. His Way. "Why, Mr. Gloom, what is tho matter? You seom in pain, or " "Pain?" snarled tho pessimist. "Confound you! This is tho way I Bmllol" Judge. 1 $6.90 BIRMINGHAM and return via. Loulsvlllo & -- Nashvlllo It. R. h, U. C. V. REUNION. dltlonal.) Tickets on sale May good returning until may 25th (subject Vto extension upon payment of 60c Ail apply local agent L. For further information & N. R. R.