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The Plaice Where Your Dolla Buys Most! ! o 01,,. . rAiiltr VtrorTrhnrhr ic ibllriiKr nrlvanPfl. f.nmP hr atlH-hllV tflPtri at nlH nrlrec Wa caw ilia advanro rntnlncr and hnilfrht large stocks from hard-up manufacturers for the spot cash. The only question for you is, do you want all you can get for your hard-earned money, or do you want to go on the old way, paying 25 per cent, more on time? We.sell more goods for less money than any . house in the .Green River country a fact that stands undisputed by all men. Would you like to save seme money? See us, MWmtmmWKHm ? S I Shoes and Oxfords. American Gentleman $4.00 and ?4.50 Oxfords, Gun Metal Patent and Tan $2.08 Regular ?3.00 and $3.50 Oxfords $2.48 Regular ?2.60 and $2.75 Oxfords 91.08 Regular $2.00 Oxfords " QIAS Elk Skin Work Shoes for Men, sold everywhere for $2.50, now - 1,n8 Other Shoes at lower prices to suit everybody. Save 50c to $1 on every pair. Can fit any man, woman or child. The good old Reliable Overalls still at 08c Best and fullest cut Work Shirts mad 44c Nelson Work Sox . . - 8s Dress Sox, Assorted Colors . 8c 25c Silk Sort lt)c WILLARD IS WINNER IN BIG PRIZE FIGHT K.000 PEOPLE SEE CHAMPION DEFEND. TITLE IN TEN - ROUND BOUT AT N. Y. Facts Abbftt Big Fight Principals fess Willard and Frank Moran. The Winner Jess Willard. How won On points. Place-rr-Madlson Square Garden, New York. Number of rounds Ten. Amount of purse $71,250. Willard's guarantee $47,500. Moran's guarantee $23,750. Estimated attendance 13,000. Gate receipts $150,000. Referee Charley White, of Now York. I Decision Referee not permitted to give decisions, but newspaper writers gave Willard the best of sev-' en rounds, one to Moran and two ' even. I New York, March 25. Jess Wit-' lard with his hardest swings he world easily out-pointed Frank Mo ran In a ten-round bout here to night. Willard was better on points f in every round except the third, i which went to Moran by a narrow margin, and the eighth and ninth which were even. The conqueror of Jack Johnson claimed to have broken all the bones in tho back of his right hand during the slashing rally In the j third, and it was noticeable he did ; Another Testimonial For CALUMET BAKING POWDER The President's Wedding" Cake was prepared by Mrs. Marlon Colo Fisher and Miss Pansy Uowon, botli of whom are known through out tho United States as oxperts in Do mestic Science woik. This Wilson - Gait Wedding Cako was worthy of the occa sion In every respect. Calumet Baking Powder was used in its preparation and both the above named ladles heartily recom mend Calumet Baking Powder for its purity, wliolosomeness, econ omy and never-falling results. These ladles use Calumet exclusive ly In all their work. Received Highest Award World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago; Paris Exposition, France, March, 1012. not use his right to any extent in the latter rounds. There was oc casionally an uppercut to Moran's body or Jaw with that hand, but it lacked the punishing power shown in his training work. The chief feature of Moran's bat tle was his gameness. Although he could make no impression on Wil lard with his hadest swings he fought steadily and courageously under a hall of left Jabs and hooks which battered his face and closed his left eye toward the end of the bout. Willard Not Aggressive. Several times Moran was dazed by the champion's smashes, but Willard with the usual lack of ag gressiveness did not appear to try particularly for a knockout. The champion never was In danger from Moran's blows, al though a number landed with crash-1 lng force on his Jaw and body. Most of them.however, either were blocked, or avoided by the Kansas cowboy, who took full advantage of his great height and extraordinary reach. Clean Bout. Referee Charley White said after the bout it was one of the cleanest at which ho ever officiated, and that he had to caution the boxers only once, when Moran landed dangerously low on Willard once in infighting, but the blow wasv unin tentional, and' did not appear serious ly to distress Willard. Thirteen thousand persons, In cluding many women, paid 'approxi mately $130,000 to see the bout. .. ICeep Your Bowels Regular. As everybody knows, the bowels are the sewerage system of tho body, and it is of the greatest importance that they move once each day. If your bowels become constipated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Tab lets Just after supper an,d they will correct the disorder. Obtainable everywhere. m I ' A WORD TO THE POULTRY I POOLERS OF OHIO COUNTY No one can doubt or dispute but that we have advanced the price on poultry in several different counties this year by pooling or collectively selling and we find that we have tho same thing to contend with when we try to combine tho other counties with Ohio, that wo had when we werq trying to fight the battle alone. We find that men who would not bid strong and othors who would not bind themselves to the contract at aH, aro now offering more on tho delivery days than tho pool sold for. I would like to ask why any man can not see through their motive. I urge all farmers and poolers to stand firm by the man that bid the highest and not sell your honor, your birthright, for the small sum of 20c to the hundred pounds of hens. You remember wh'at a hard fight we had whou we begun In this county? Cun't you see what wq gained by sticking to the pool then? So lot us stand firm and deliver the goods to the pool car, regardless of what the other peoplo offer. Now let us bo men of honor who will stand for our rights and principles men who will not sell their neigh bors and friends at any price. To those who have never signed a pledgo will say that you can pool till the day you deliver, and then there will not be a cont collected from you. tThe per cent. Unpaid by the purchaser and this price Is net to ou' HENRY M. PIRTLE, County Sec'y, .... v Regular $1.60 Shirts 08c Regular $1.00 Shirts , ODc' Regular 76c Shirts 48c 76c Union Suits ...., 48c 50c Neckwear '. 37c 25c Neckwear . . v. . 17c 25c Suspenders .' , '. . .. - 10c Ladies' $1.00 Petticoats '. . , . . '. 00c Ladles' $1.50 Pottlcoats " ,. . . ,08c Bed Spreads, worth $1.50 ' 08c Bed Spreads, worth $2.00 81.10 Extra special prices on all grades of Underwear for Men, Women and Children. See thfs line. When you come tp town don't make a mistake. Come straight to our House. Ja T, VIM BEAVER LATEST WAR NEWS Monday. Mevlro. Three Americans, two women and one man, werq killed Wednesday afternoon by Mexican raiders near Gibson's ranch, eight miles we3t of Columbus, according to travelers who reached Douglas, Ariz., yesterday. A command of American troops Is said to have cross ed the border In pursuit. The town of Janos, on the march of tho expe ditionary force south, has been burn ed, presumably by Mexicans, It was reported at Columbus. Reports from Gen. Pershing to Gen. Funston yesterday stated that part of the American troops were far south (of Casas Grandes and were in the neighborhood of El Oso, where Villa is said to have fled after his battle with Carranza soldiers at Nam iqulpa. Gen. Funston said that his Information Indicated that a battle had either taken place or would within tho naxt fow hours. Gen. Gavira, at Juarez, said he had re ceived" positive information that the attack of the Joint Carranza and American forces would be made to day. . ' Sheriff Edwards, at El Paso, has called upon Gov. Ferguson to call out the Texas National Guard t6 aid in patrolling tho border. Reports received In Washington from American Consul Letcher at" Chihuahua City, stated positively that Gen. Herrera had not revolted' and taken the field against ' the Americans. ' Tuesday. United States. Washington tls awaiting with some anxiety tho Inves tigation Into tho explosion that dam aged the cross-channel steamer Sus sex, and the sinking of the British steamer Englishman. Tho possibil ity of the breaking off of diplomatic relations with Germany is being dis cussed in the event tho steamers aro known to have been torpedoed by a German submarine. GermanyltMjls said., will disavow the act if it Is shown to have been commlttciL-by one of lt submarines. President Wilson, however, will ' communicate the situation to Congress beforo tak ing steps which might lead to a rup-i ture. I'lunilers. The British Infantry stormed and took first and secondy Hue trenches along a front of GOO yards, following their explosion of1 a big mine. Berlin reports tho foss of trenches "only covering a front of 100 yards, France. Bombardment again is Intense northwest and northeast of Verdun, and also In tho Woovro re gion. French sliells aro falling on German positions in the Argonno. Russian Front. Whllo tho Teu tons are obstinately resisting tho Russian attacks between Dvlnsk' aiid" Vilna, the Russians havo captured two line of their trenches north west of Postovy. Wcdncsdny Mexico. MaJ. .Gen. Funston yes terday received unofficial Information showing that Gen. Perishing had al ready been making uso of Mexican railways In the report that ten United, States troopers were injured by the overturning ot cars at Cumbre tun nel. No official information was re ceived yestrday ..from Prshing's command. y It was etated that Washington had DAM, KY prepared a memorandum urging Car ranza to com to an early decision re garding the use of railroads In Mex ico by American troops. Dispatches received at El Paso in dicated that Villa was heading for familiar ground around San Andres, near Chihuahua City, where, It is stated, he might pick up numerous friendly bands under Reyes. His early capture is not thought probable. France. In successive waves the Germans were thrown into a great infantry attack on the Haucourt Bethlncourt sector, but all their at tempts were put down by the curtain fire of the French guns and artillery. There is still the roar of guns north east of Verdun. Flanders. On the British front In the St. Elol sector tho Germans open ed fire on the forces holding tho ground gained Monday, the British artillery replying favorably. Russian Front. In the.Postavy re gion of the Russian front Berlin re ports the onslaughts Against "the Ger man lines have been withstood, and that the attacking forces suffered casualties of 80,000 along the seven- ty-five-mllo front. Thursday. Washington. Tho United States has determined. In view of Germany's continued submarine warfare without regard for American lives, to gather unimpeachable evidence, and unless Germany makes some reply that can be relied upon, to to combine the In cidents In one general, formidable indictment that will bring the entire subject to a clear-cut Issue. Further Information Is sought in connection with tho sinking of the Eagle Point, but the Sussex case Is to be made tho cardinal feature. Germany. An infantry attack to the northwest of Vqrdun yesterday gave tho Germans additional' ground, including tho possession of tho north west portion of the village of Malan court. Further attempts to advance wero stopped by the fire of tho French Threo counterattacks aro also said to have been repulsed. if a Russia. Tho heavy thaw which' lips set in on tho Russian front has not checked tho fighting thore, and the Russians report scvgntl suc cesses bvtr the Germans along tho Riga- Dvlnsk front. ... a (JOT EVEN WITH COBB. Friend He Hud Made Fun- or More Than Turned the Tables. . Irvln S. Cobb is a pratical Joker. Last winter when In California de livering his lecture upon tho war, It ppleaBed Cobb to practice a bit upon hs friend, Charles E. Van Loan, au thor of "Buck Parvin and tho Mov ies." Cobb had asked Van Loan to introduce him to his Los Angoles au dlcn'co and Van Loan had refused, being a reasonably modest man with a poor stage presence and a bad speaking voice. On tho night otjthe ecturo Cobb walked out upon, tho stage alone, spied Van' Loan in a box and proceeded to flay him allvo In an introductory speech. At tho end of his lecture it was Pnhh'n iMiRtnm to answer Questions. but when he thought the peoplo had ( liau enougn lor meir juunuy uo wuuiu place his hand on his forehead, which would bthe slgnalor his manager, In threar of the houite, to ask him the "planted question,: "Are you going back?" This' was the cue for. Clothing. Biggest Stock and Lowest Prices. Regular $18.00 and $20.00 Suits 91.1.08 Regular $16.00 and $17.50 Suits 811.08 All $12.60 Suits, now .- 9 0.08 Tho $10.00 Suits can go at 9 7.48 Boys' Suits, Odd Pants, Odd Coats any way you want como and carry them off and savo money. , Millinery. Every Hat Is trimmed by an experienced and up-to-the-mlnuto Hat Artist.' If wo don't save you $1.00 to $2.00 on every Hat we won't ask you to buy. Everything how In Dry Goods, Callc Bring us your chicken money. !SSSSSSSS$9S9SSS9$9SSS$( CAUL. AND SEE ' Our Big Line of Spring Goods! ( FOR MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN. A big line on display. We have the most attractive Merchondise and price that we havo ever shown. Come in and see for yourself. 5 S Hub Clothing Co. HARTFORD, KY, QQWWSf&WWfXX&SSSSSG&Qi a neat retort from the lecturer, fol lowed by a story apropos of the ques tion, and on tho laughter und applaus tuns obtained Cobb would mnko a graceful exljt. After the Los Angeles lecture,, Cobb filled an appointment in a near city and Van Loan, still Smarting from his public humilia tion at Cobb's hands, went along for company. The manager could not be prcsout, find In the emergency Cobb planted the closing question with Van Loan, rehearsing him sev eral times. "When I put my hand up, so you ask mo 'Ara you going back?' Just that way, remember, because tho Wording -of the question Is Import ant 'Are .you' going back7' -And speak up loud." ' The lcctuxewas a great success, and at Its cl6se the question's came thick and fast. Finally there was a lull and Cobb, put his hand to his forohend and '.waited to make his snappy retort, but this was what came floating up from tho'back ot the house: "Whcrq do you go from hero?" - . 4 Nqjlco, To HouseKcepers.- -Buy Ellis Milling Co.'s Blue Rib bon Flour. Every sack contains a coupon which entitles you to a piece of Aluminum Ware nt Wholesale price. ? Real Estate For Sale. ' We havo listed with us one dwell ing houso in 'Hartford, Including lot and garden, 5 neat and well kept rooms, hall and all necessary out buildings, Water In house and on lawn. Everything In first class re pair. Just the place for the man who has spent his useful days on the farm and wants to move to town. Just the place for anyono who de sires a home In Hartford. Goes for $350 less than cost, yet everything practically new. Easy payments. TINSLEY &TBARNETT, Agts. 32tf Hartford, Ky. srainHMMa'auuoi'aiibi nJ nHtMmJMM mihv until vnunnuvi SSHCAf tflOHlAUVH V nmoHoiny annus Skirts, Waists and Hosiery, Etc. Be yard ' For Sale Real Estate! Good Residence. One of the best constructed dwell ing housos in Hartford, Including garden and outbuildings. Excellent repair. Water In house. Owner moving lo other property. The salo prico of thfs houso and lot is $350 less than original cost. Call on or wrlto us for further particulars. Good Farm. We havo this week listed a 100 ncre farm, 4 miles east of Beaver Dam. for sale. Hill und bottom land, 4 miles from Green River, 1 miles from fi churches, 1 mile from school, two story dwelling. Owner will not sell unless taken before crop season. Call or wrlto us for further Informa-' tlon. ' Ut ""Eel Uh Make Your Kale. Ifjou want to sell your real estate, farm or city property list It with' us1. No charges unless salo Is made. Wo havo Juqulrles every day. Landlords and Reuters. For a small feo wo will rent your houso or farm or If you desire to rent wo will help you secure tho place do Blred. ' REMEMBER NO CHARGES UNLESS DEAL IS PUT OVER Call, write, phono, wire or cable. TINSLEY & BARNETT i Real Estate Agent, Hartford,. Kentucky, h Republican Office. Both Phones. H r () V"f"