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Y - Jtetfiatft DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE ' wt R I at iVjJ ffirr.i iMi'. he saM. "tlie (ti"1!! '" un,l it:i-V t"A" t'io oil" y fteimbJfctttt; OP-- OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ I per Year No. 31 V I HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAX, FEBRUARY 14, 1913. doai,') mivnt'inj;, U nrj trylris1 niro BELIEVE CURE IS PRACTICABLE m Iskl'Ftit!n ai'iXulely l!.n,t yvw Uv.'S'l "'ii?-1')- . I all wC'l fiinfl 'v DIES AFTER REACHING POLE Capt. Scott and Party Perish in Anartic Regions. News of Tragic Fate Carried by Ship That Took English- a Tllifj - for ongi filling wmm,ls.H'pni. tUcpo pt filial lay si- Just pfiiwi lv--t- to I THREE NEGROES fft can m, (vm w1i knlv- - and t'Wj.r Jl'!lr ft k b'.lleM-i- l the boy Ji Insane. , Im ire'a.tlvts In I.3Ulc(IK ,(." that UulsrJnK In con ,;lncrl of this jnutlwlves. Ifr (wfin: xvy": we Jiavo Jii'ii? an tin'inlshe.! 'novo'it)', lit.ne by Inniitl'o rillYHili"i but it'ie duly .recoanlz:d. aii.pfilky l pijlrs-'pl? fflrm eupretMfd inetgnt at 1U10 At In ,ths d:.llviry of ,tfie qnmihtVhnn, He urit'jilly 'tinuttl cum-tlv- e In Father's Factory At Evansville, Saturday. Mafdierer, Who Surrendered Self Declares Men Were Making Ready To Kill Him. : i:vttn,svlUe, In I r.inilnr? Siwn Urr the plant 7 fl'c'ij'Jt till nvj.ni'.ns y.o'Jfl? Von pls'iV rr:'l It (Vcn :n:i' vi tlifl f.ictary ofClce andtari-e.- l liii d,k JL!iurj',d rit V'WSi'i In.- - tif'-t.yJolui iGcn.'fj.'i, i bU .n,r). ' wi'io ,wm working on a a'.iel. Without wanning Von illci'itictn tr.u'k I've ptelol to On" don's hewl and bjw his b.Ta,Um o'lV ( Oonl'n went dnn. ' ' Wlttwut so tnuc'.i ns Imi'jV)'ji(; tt t''. at linn Report MadeonFriedmann Cure for Consumption. Many Cases Almost Hopeless Have Been Wonderfully Cured for ''luman jtu'jervii'Vii's. 111 . With New Remedy. drad rv?to, nil.. ,Kcli. 1 , V hurh utile iof f)xottiwn,t ,Virilfrht M Hhfl .result of ,nmvrs Mnit n roo l. fc( Impends. The trquMo Am illie ouV JifRrafM f Hr killing Mf :Hit 'X jJK2 l." uontatnlrvs all the ilnSormuutluii oivall-ablIvce.itcday b AlU--n Vn Ile.liren. 22. son a ihaip on the fl,0r. Otliex .workfutm tfip ftVLitory ran lo plpk Jilm pp. an J ma,tter Is now In TVie subjeqt of If. F. Van lldhrcn. a,nd Vine of tilie Vou IV!irin walkenl aw t nroctus of firlntliiiS In tiy Ooveimmeit , oily'; Jtar"ii(t innufnptHre.tn. W.Mlo workman iw4re njnigl jm owin; Prlntlms OffW. klnj4nv9n and OrteniH Crowds (Of inst-utnln,5 qr 1jUih to u.titi'iad .to the GorThe 'klqcumeints contain a (report from vlptUms, tfrot to diyiUi by yung of the don Xwoltivx, Von Rlir,n oontViuei- Consult Oen.eral T.hapkaru, at Uerlln, big W.I-Von Heitirm amricniml Iris H".a(UJittr. He iHprrd 1nV) a.iin;:iv wl'.ip wan pressed b the Staite 'Depiart- worlff.ru; faetoiy ibuildlru; In Oli departmont of ithc fafltory (Wl wltltt; Ijmertt t,o pTJeure all available dxta an I irlMer .frpnj, owin,fd by (lie out ftay.lng a .word ,t iVatfir .Woe'ilnst facts tor Uie' UenaEU of the Ajni,rlt;an tjw? prisoner. .Ctnlaf qf Pojlco father of ton, iihrtvod .the nutonvLtSjo sun a.VilnV people. Oovty, n cliargo of a uiul flf mounted Wu'ifnsipn'ii c,hr.t and fired. Thr ithe aWrfss befa:ie tlhe l n.lso fi'iVr-'police. Is surwd'nj; (the liandte fafltpry baJI pleinanl the n'ffp v.Mktrp'n rvtrt. 1, Berlin ilffl'al. ijoclety j4sllvri firom ,tho nlaugfvt pf f?i5 anpry, iblryki. By fthj tlm,? .toe wbote ftictoiry 6. "last. In which Frfediinaiin wJw'thpvafYti lo burn the bu'.Mlrv?. In a panic. Worhnnen, .wfio iy&fl snpyy announced "his dlsoqvery tund 1)01)1 g' Wtajn Avetu U IJi'j rpnJnpua of or Jieaird r! the ssoiiTlnsi'y ln,iane npTsc f 'Jtts iresults.' TJi(ls U joUoiwed by nvyiy white men wihp. Tomeinibnlru; the wqrjj ;sn.ve fry .V.pfMSf. to VtnllnT dlsoinalons of Qtheir nvlnemf GeiUman r niim'rntii f . t.r vfffirn ji-to Up Min agiTiPa. hut tok to JlllitJ Pthysfclans iwlio (tpstljnonlal ot elve the pjrea to aJil the fiolKTS to Hive Blialr oip. lives. They iimpe-- i some of the good rqiu'lts (Claimed, by Dr. p jmrrd to oiU .the loUce itfip, ill tfiij (Ptft-uthxowsjh wnilprw .qr T bur:oiWirl under F.rled!nann. rWtfnfca )t.t,lfe fryarn's ln'tlhe pllea' o,f lumber. artjwTio- - qr sjnjwifvsr' OTie njajorltij of tfiAse fphfrtsiana rwteis break lpte In rilds to etiaipfl fiM nuvfie ot th (l'fidly aqn: thpy jiesatitil as have turnod can? .anddjprodatons on' fth'e ixiftHTiw, and Tfvs triple kllltntr somTlv to satilsfy luotpaleas over ''to Dr. nrletdimiirm for nic&rty. of ,w,hlte pqrsami. the hlooxl-Aaof the tyqiHiij roan f)r h trea'jnertt npd Wei ajtnajsed Cndrwoi, gatlirsrcd In ifcmsot XWk omd wdht iUv factory offloi. ctixnsre.l ' (aure,s effetc.ted. (t In jialn' Sttroit pvir his Into inl'it clo,thloir and ntartfd to police 2ft! of the The maw treatment constet wOoSu of t,Hrltln,fJ TlfttiVniT. .Many uwrwrs ui an a,u.omqwe. ne wus Injcctton of a solution jrepa(red by t!i Mvlnc between lEivainjAMlVte fwi stojipcii fin route by d'etfin4ves and doctor liimaelf, whlo'.i, die sayp, contains inii,s bottoms ' tX Vls'wy.n UH.''f'V!' to a,it?at. Mt ofc tfa offjeers lUirts barcM Mtken ifom ajwrifl- - ty ffe eV:t. Ofik,- wure tMven n they would tlivl the ,uVniafc!c pUtol the nhdmaia Jn In titof. qf?tlon pf Jtip city tmriVrfo In ils cIaUm-- nit 'Von to the virulent onrawlsm Gwelc, fl?ne of tli mi ut bkijp ria4ia Is held wlHvout ball. Conta'mnJ w Kosha tubjrciuiiln amfl qther flodc cKiVRtf(iii In 15 mnsvJIIe oiTij Aftr Uy anrest Vim Jl:fiTOn si'd to tuborculoa.' remedies. Up to N'flvefmber U lVacUJ Ty W View feftiw Chief of Ott?:tlvea Oajanburtr: by IS, .iii?.t 1.1S3 oastp ihad .bean l aitJuatatH In HwvwvWle fnik a.wn? "I'm lafrrnVl I will be e&jMutftJ (iim laou'Von .and sxVl ln.ocaililtVjj!. ;WJ oWncnt. lYtntmc Vn - A'w whit iniit'aTand, I will t,ake rx UfJ- a,irrtrfi.:e' I1P'ij?ji ita' :fel' (oiitI' In ,rti!i ni'" Caomar Stemuar'' onlqnyl a pr.jllnt-- i an aru.i5il success. Dr. Flrldl'Tfuin ina po far cDmccfUel tho fvturt inus. In slun Jail folivs Inairy Jiqwlns forj ,th,li aKerinJon. Von t. the nwtod pX prparins Jws Temedy DvJon stint. Uehreu iwtfJ bei boOnd OMerKo tlierru.nd ft.1 use. He announces tfiart he doai SlierJifX Dli!s wrul dila ;U(pu"(l inm tti -, . t Jury. . t. 1 4l n illa.,1rXdA tathnut I llTVtlt min ,jw 'n.ub .....j-- . .w.wwfc rcafierui ;to rciaivl tu'srwrjil th? anl''-on- ir The fapty has Uoem p'ijid prepared to m,nn,u)fi(.Tmre( fit In atiKje Xnom any atftinJit ,to w.iwit Jilrn Biuvrds ti.Voncd. iB. P. Vn suffslwut ctuanititlea to sttlVi fhe pro- i fityi.tpie oiflolais. ( i ears tM njsriioM In the rprth res ft-- At preafcnit li is treart'ing- all .al.io aire houaoJ .In thJ lUyvy n,i5ro..a ondioif ,tow,h wJltRrt.tJve tafjtory on fllre. cast tho.t cpnv: .to 'pla JniiUHute in Ja'f iand At Is .teared lithat shJnW''a iGoronar Stamper sun t!at irlatlvi of'! Bcirln. rt)Wd at oescocs fipin iw wflsn . 4. I i .... sae aean .negroes (were sayuis: 'VMur. iait Wie nieidlcal Tjiei consul Teponts an i'l'l'iok oji Mly) JkiUlt wiiuU Ue a dqr rtihe ,whl,te folks," and thnA Cv) Mi.fftWi (n .Berlin pave not af:cejwo slanaJ .tor oa o,ntvl ujirlulrxs In ths going Thome ,to ait arms. this repiedy as of prpllcal me, and il.iUxn' jirt'onerp ana Vocktd'ln ha neicrraea ana restqve Judisment until Atvey hoi-- t lbe cell in Ute ivxrJ division (uid Bm For Sale at Great Reduction. am opipartunlty to make (t(heir Bjven thKrftf wiiVi til" old of iVve iat,hor blasks 'A.nlcp Mipply of hpuscjioyi and, kltclinl own teats. lAitl seem to admit ihlo.wejvef, Jock wolild nuke a ooncqntUUittrl unb ffoi to eupe Urln l)h .n)'4aiQk,, It furniture, boucrht neiw Just a year ao.-- j tllint) Ur, Fitedmann iha rtfected'fSom ' rand they are' llnteresteo! is toeUentd. Includes a folding btd, cjhltfonler, bwo wonderr'Ul cures. ri itjhe AlVCiry. Is coinnlqtejy dlWint&il. TIK ath.-?dressers and two wiaistands. fpur 'rvk(Some of ,the nuMt eminent physicians TJio iJay; ,wus ithc Idtil ofhl-Jvcp.ca.tjlrt, ex-- j Of .Uenlln. 6lowlas the adqress Oif D:.,1 luxity Vxt nvopey ort, UbfjiTyf table, iltchki Mdry car tensipn talbe, sideboard and dntn;J flnedmonn announced and . ndntlted a could Vtaw .had beon Ov.P(id an jhJtnt. ot rnankable cures !wt .had "My God, Ua awful,' was. Give itijtU-t'j'- rpbm phpj. WW .tUce conUmiU(fl ejyrastrton to the po- thu wholteoto cost pr)ce. Apply p timI- - 4 coma under tite.tr notice, mainly poses lice today, ilirs. Von DoCven. the boy's dence of t. S. Sondera, ILuttord. Tl'.t'j tfihit had been reifanred by them .to the , dl!Kvvqror of t,he cure. iri'f.wr. Is hytexlcul and l uiyleir the Dr. Erlck M'ullar pqpqntiold .ithot he lull pViJ' cafhttxt doctor vvtid ani'-- . New York Wants Cftfew. sent: flf9 papas ot asvqre iione rtubarc.i-lal- s tixki?(ii t,lw the aU .to see he" 4b - (or Npcw, York, Keb. UJj-- iA flnn8c(w to Dr. Frletqmann. On case mm jon, but t'w Joctoiia puvl lawyers both Nqw Ytork "City ,was uijjefl Wy )he Rav. that o.f ia ihoy whoso kttte ww no ni)fect. forbl 4 Joniea D. C,unry, Priest qf a (aitie ' WJA B. K. Voiv Bcdirfn Jieard WiU SKd Itomnn Gaitiollo qiulnch. throne itihe eil hot a,miPUtaitlon twin ibtlleivwl neps- Isairy. .Two lnjactlons by Pr. Frtedftipnu Ahait hila son was bvins Itpu.bOfcian Club at its wee,kjy discus-atocured tjie' knee and saived 'tiie lifnb. Dr. In the city oourt nnil .t)!txt the .today wjlien, t,he tapiic wajj MPie bon-tfMull fir expresses full .confldmce In iJie lvw8T "wore un,toplng q nH ot no pif rvVcc.' 'jliilm, li(9' balcmlKinield cm1., tp I'ollco erjllty Jar A'VltCior told Ji,olw Ms pbaqmtartton ,Dr. .K'irfunlile .roporttd on 43) pases O'iIa Cavy and houittl' af q!i,Ud,mn of tym otnqoit li'iwol (hey thu(t "wena treotted by Dir, Fricdir(MUi "TeJl Ulm to J! did sullty. Let (Iil!ii wtiro drlvfvi to Uie .pavcnnqnits by Am- UnijKjr (his aurnponal pjrt--i , ult till I conie down." paitfevU (pncts ,w,hp IkKfl tjhe vlU i In taU Ciiuea ,wara etffejclcdi Iwjtidn ,two the turbopcea erf phUdhood .In T1V9 iAlsfked (tlvit Qhlaf was Wr lmea. I tfiat fatOior yo distracted mnd out of li'1 a.tijl ilw,w a tjhe alleors laimd! fcopMayis ilV.a In no case ,wris there a failure of purv-Hsoiisct an 'tltio rtucistiVwi, anfl bo did boys and girls bqqaime jt)h 'VWqy $ aTiso Tepar.U Uia.t .tjlie iremedy Is tonnrpt Um U'.a'rlrtj In wlitali the dejorcina.te iiQt lmuls, iqvqr (hjujntliig the hapmlcro, and .that It paupeb buf. piisttX boy waived onulennienit pn three seip a!i1waovi and Iteqlng' trppn t! ire(a,c,h lnoo,mviuintfnce. The inaJMiW oX Vie twap tfnond of ct(h(e. imp)ral irato ci wijea of jiiuiiVit .teiahiar." patients s'iow syinxptpms of lrnirjxverne.iit oier't)o Uv) Clrfit Count without Uvil. MM cqrttW, he eajd, fM best lnvmed.ii.tely deyejpp and ravtnous No fronts to 'liavp J.udgo Ulverw fix neimny a jhad .tp u(sset fl,ftir 01ura Imngor. ,wNJl 4lkely ue Made by tw idsOw. bill cf study. The nnetaanoe.qC fjlU14i,p PaVin,ts tliat ope able tp work ot tlu Illie 'siwnid iuiry .will ,tiajce' uj flhe flase ion ;Wie greats qliouAd be time ,t(hey take treatpiient ppnftlnne, flhair Coronqr l. prqlttbttckl. TVVidne.aday, abo,u and fhe aCtor 9 ip'oUk nit nlgtff In emip.Vmetnts. Dr. KafffMnklo poMt h'ucurinitr wAtimtsses onl0ht and icon wtntejr a,nd 1,0 o'clock In pummor, he "After .the Bucpaia apliliwed, 1- shpuld eJcajnLn.a.tWn o,n Sunday. ." tiW) Ua no Itjngyv think of ,trieatjnr a pulnwonojry I'Jitfclrnetn over Uv qlty ai ihpnjdillnv 1 .1. cotiiumpUv otlictrwUe (than "wih ' .tii" groins of negjoc rouislhliy, fo.rblddlns Farm For Sale. tUnnp iqonareffate cdt(tntr In. hia neeV Fpfrni qr sale at a (bantu!. Foe Frlodmann remedy.' Dr. JCarfiqnUH also rctpprte tii,'t tvivts or ' toe colored aaapnp. ,Tlio Chief pa,r.UcuViTs odrlres, , a, of rtcvaf'ula. ojvI eczoma xpqnd ulmot ln,st(ii:l .the QtflqOTS mot Mi (iraue w(th , C. T. iFQWUBR. to lnstant)anequsly jthe Vxledmanu fojn otny nrpxo, Uut to It. 2, Kulbqthqwn. fifitt 'A . freinxfliyJl rt1"3 i34 sen4 t)Vni Into heidiua!ntctr?' ' Dr. .KsvfunJcie further tuya ot th tejnipeir. sliowaf Ready t Griid Cwa. remedy: "To fre 'sure tmctitQp lias aoen Iute Uvli. uXtefnnxMrt a tardwd o ne I ha,ve )uaA. xeoelved a nw com mill s,ttalnd here and 43iore 'wiitjh vatAou ,t itlie mtqnBVi an(l ibfin Sixk fcwOvared ta!Klif rkat. Til; Ohilr Owt V dqUll and am now prejmned to do you grind- motliods oX treatment m tute,rcu.lostt (Hlch ftiruorupy, biut there tu (no nieft,?! of fflice and dlenKd ,Vv qrowfl 'wftlh- - ing. Glv me a. call. Wiksmlth; (iycev UUe) ,whe prosuviV "RPlltd PW- T I 'JEtV;WATTfiR8W,(Uve J f.-4i out dtfluVy . tlqally fvaver Calls (ledrtai; qjt of car. sfrxt fho bMk HtMVn. Kir. Yousir Voii e. - Vo,n UeiVtai i.vttfxt Ivi'-'- k lo S0 jww'.i Intet-eWaViinston, Feb. ,t!w ByiVto' to i'Jm No. .1 d,pJ"'t(l'J''l n,n,d jthfire foirnJ Mjfvy Ooj-diaiiroffto'K In HhVs uonntr ihaa been of Jffl'xn. Von nevhrpn p,ut his ipUtql to iijivijinilng ' the f:portwi ntiw pur,e for !IrTy Gardon'H hnvl unrl jpulleJ t'i oorwumjiVon dlstyvered iby Dr. F. F. trlBK,ri 'fllii? b'Uleit took H'0 V of Ah Hrleil,nan.n, of Ucirlln, itlial i)he CJas'eim-men- it rt?;FTO,'s ih(td ia!f aal he cirumjtled Mp Iil Is rushing out a jiubllc djTid,nient ' - r ai, lr. (Sftnie-thin- lr. Koaratl Cns!r, 6XptiHslj.K t'lll remedy con'tlcTme In the Fr1,(Vii.'i.n,n oifStar W.n? w.v'o'.icd the niMfuid fur mare .tliin tuio ytur anfl itlri? (Mflvt reaTly ostonhi'iVu uui:tj, isjwke uf the value of AiDcu'ja'.lon nivl of it'ie !povlIle cxtenmlnallon of the dltiMS. Uj siVJ. "Biut ,V' second .We of ,hte Frlolniiann xpfirlnv.'nt sjein.i oven mure miqnti5e'it t)j me. Viz:, the ln;3eii'tulloii, ifar 'It! Is a niiijjnl6'ctin,t aociqTpilli-mem- t fo c,un (t,ion;uloals tvj.iiuiuntUei, It Is HrlU more maqnlfldnt to ibe able tu prei-encontricti'mff tuli?'viloft?. anl perlYtps t ba.Ml.Vi It ti'.iii t!ie .nixrIJ.' lit (8'A?fliUy o, tjet .t,'pt smiiMpox ilia? prarrt'cot'lj4 dlsanptarvd inwfns Jo ivac- clnat'on, tt least In iGtirniaiiiy. wiiwe ( It .Is ntpotlced re,?ular!y. "T,l I',rlcdma.rm IminuiilsxUon 13 iwr sfgniltcant .than vao;t'rKiitlin. By mriti ot ,Jv ln,ttpr a fftqlfn of even t!wug.h wcakrinrf, Ja (mo(;uf3jt3d. TMie elcknws was foiworty mjorie mrlom wlien we vaoalnpiterf frlo,'n .oiim 'tu Ulnn, by .wh;loti meuns rmqV.mes' riti)te sick speAls and Inflairimatjan aj'jose pMhlca U no lonpror t)h cuv. On, thji qM' iry. Wie PJictlniahn lnJerjWan,J do inot, sp.aklns caiise any ?eai?itlon In chtldiren, onjy smajl ,Jiuid spots nnla.' kln, bm jvj alokm'. TT,fn pe-- j'i(k t)ilnly. its an advuntage over tvacclna-tiqly n. duo to C10 awape that to ,t,h9 Pi:cp'1onfit-tlC- t tho nafne of T!vmaa IVoodniw Wttorn lumJ ftnf Viey 1'iad his TVinij op iVi pUte as Wodilfcvw .W'iain. The, annor ivus lifcrn qanrepta;!, tjTi cfim Itny Htyiy and U ciy.nfnasbns ' wiH ba delivered to Wie siiwnjl jti(Kria;l eajrtjr t . next .Viq?k. ' iwois (ir-i- oxplVintil that It Wiat itliti- weu ,no,t en,g-.u-e- ,, man Home. N. Z., February Soott and hfj tiaifty ete overwhelmed by a ibiUzzard pn tfielr reluiin vloumes' fro.ni ithie ijputli iPola. Tjlie entire party Tlioy roaehwl .tjie South Rote on the Omoru, tain rtpbtt F. No Money for Confederater. It was fiulte a dlanpolntnncnt to UlS old Cah.fedit,s ta JejUrn' tllat ir was no cruVi In wdltln far Jiiem. At a qo"irren.'e bwen Governor Tcposurer Itlja and Ppatini ComanlBs.,icrf..- Oi CMC ' Stone, It was a.jnI Vtat pcrtd. iwlit a, dollar in . .treaiury Uliat oculd .be .ueJ for Kie Pij-Jneii.of Confederate pensrlorsfc ' wtia 13th. of January, 11112. Thfl neiws of, tho annatllns dbfi(ste.r whfaji bciUJll Capt. Bcqt,t ar4 fills wtib brousSit p it'iU port by a Blgna'led nwBaeu ftpm tt-J- Ti'.irea Noyi, lici m?is;1 w.hlah fiod Cinrled ft'i'-rftn." and luls eXpedltilon to Wie A"J- vintio. .ajnd whir,h taito last wunt ones agjaito t.o the iwiUlh, to ibrfotj fiilm and itfa oa;mparitons fraKltj . , The ,'toiol i,unib(r of dca.t(ip Ampi',d $25 Reward I .Jieiraby Mfi;jir a opwanti pf $23 for th anrcst n,l ddtenit'pn of laiutil Jons, wl'o eiscu(pcd fnoni, D;oe).-n.be- $25. r 8, 1M2. ,tlve (Ohio poujity Jo4l lb? Is 5 ieot 8i inclwrt In. ihelglijtf hlulx welgfis about fSD pound, dorklbmqwn, o,bau,t 22 jiearts'of s, Hails in. ,talklrur.- - ' i ' .v. p: itiftkiFF, ' ... ii .I I Jailer OJup pp., Ky t fv . 1 : n. "it Is t, indeed llkfl 'paSlb,le-.p.ri'.;rt,r- i!f riven In,9cu-latlon. nroba,ble--Ula- this tu6eii3U'iMls cai'.arnty.',ds noit oxnqtly kmqwn. but It 4s b,?J.le,vcd that sbttj--slnalen- ttta and sa,tj(oi'3 lost itheiir Hlv3. QapitrKW Scott's :jxirt.y refu.V.'Kd fiw ax- a;t alnl' .where Roald lAntiindsm nliant- iNanW(?,sian flag ait Ujo Sjquth ol In iu'y In The Oil Field. rV 'k tpn-mo- nt - :fepii - lJ d corntra-distinctio- ei i- - 'tr - jvv : ai-.e,-- ! n ,' 'l si vn'ccination, will f.iav.j to be oreipeaited after twelve ye'iirs or ii'en soorrtr.- - This Ifl1 not so tcreoit a' oajVvnt- 0, (Uiiwov;r. jkiu i.'iu irt;aiiJ.L uitvuii tage la 'the tu(otj .tliiut .rullpox ajipeatrs from time to llnvj. e.pldjm.lciyiy. "OvvsumjHtlon, on Vie ciohtniiry. is a popular disuse fnam ' wbldi a whole .ra-.'a wltole. people auftar. Ityii Is pos sible dsaopaar,3 .to be the caas o ore- wat Aubieijoglosls .In ndi'ance. Iy means of InoicuVUjon. tjils means a pkimr tor Vie fjutitre, Avlilch It Is .vary dif ficult to, Imagine." Dir. Heyiman, wl.o pre'taces hls ireimarks w3Ui the stitenvnt Miut ;he a(t .first looked on tlie Frlodnunn remiedy mlth conldiri,blJ ,kep.tlc!n, on of liU experiments wltli inany oWier cansumptlvfl remedies, declares trot .af.tcr two yea,ns of experIpnnUn? with (.H3 cure le lis gfafi t ofifl his testimonial to Its cuij,Uve posslblXlties. He .rltes, eo,me vary peniarkaWe oures under this treatment. oc-oun- t , . ; Tfsey .foiund he.re, U& uf. ponpitauptod- ' UtT. MVP al" m and, A?if,t bohlnd by lAfuundi-n'ppplty. ' bejoniinjg ' to the jWsrt (Kpntuciy ,OlTlitflj 0Ats iw.?(re fetpedtd ta jt(Vi dpc- - (jompasy came jui josx. afuxtfpnw wvui wmrem,ts. found on the bodins 'of ftha d?ad a- - flas'iJow' of oil. .Tfaepr rware aftsomtcxiPlorers, when tliey w, ramvprpjJ. se.pn feiert .In .the oil sand 6otwrday, stad ,JS LAjST MlQSSAGE. IA4k.4-lh.l'A .Wlll.Ml&A t,ni1tn4 (. ....; vMtru 4 if... (fl.. Ijondon. Fsb. iTtfiru, Nlxwa ' 0Rrugh -- Iltver . OH t 1910, Xox Now ZfvCw ed on June 1, aad The wea of the the (SuUh role. It (was Jontrl by ppt. & GkS CpvHPany ' ta.jh RqqefK IR. Spot a feiw doyp dartaT art. 1p look ttip;B(i:i;pd- - to 'tho ' VKit'lnfJes dxlli!,fHrs end comranty pnd ArUuip' 'Is expedlUon Tha ' oonsited a,t' mwisrvty- s$M tn prpariras ' l offitoexs and solenfAstB, In pjldl- " tlon to a creiw of twtnty-itfftla'lJked, The1 West Kentupkj- - OH Coinoariy hrv niii; msrii triB B,rijUsi irp,JiiI ,fi(Wu-- . coiXirouted Xpa two n:jw wplh, wliteh (will ,Ur(pojrtB were current nit ih5 itlirAe ttio probably bo planed on ftfw HI pqalc Ta:tpi Sipvp, salUd for Wie Afrtarptlc farm and jip John .BrpiAin ,farui. on Dacepiber H, 1312, ;to back tfia ikrf.t partty, thV-- a,vfr (Ut tf.fe rr.m-ban- s was created In lltlpt-fp;r- d 01u;i DKcUen-en- t pt the relief eHPdl'lt'jT(n Ihpud Saturdaj- - when It wjis ne.ponteI op ,to doubts (tl5(1flor that .the Jtawai'd Well, ot tha Wput. Vaat. 6cpt,t and his .f.jfilo' asii'f l?13 ilvy., Co.nmaiy, and u'la iWo.lqr ytfjtitCA iNp ' iraiewn iwas would' ewr return. l'Uver Coai.pxnyi ,l:ad fpfni'. t'.ie Itoi-'- h aU-elor jthepe dojlbts, .hjut ,thy (wore In w,',th epod" flow? pf pljl. k . r. V- W.-a- Vie U.- eifia'-rt- " V. nn'-r-u , n flreely bruited Soo,tt atwoaU. outJ ..'' WEBB LIQUOR BILL PASSES CONGRESS Goes Through After loth Braiches rt aa uil a Lively Fight. i orwj-four-th offn''J'"' i i'o J,m- 0at m Waihlngrtori, Peb. y. Ily ja yAl7ei vote the .House late today ffie Wefibi bill to .prohibit 'the sfilpfnepit 1 Intofcloitlng liquors lntjj "di-- y SHtcts. mr)l as U passed thu Senafje thoreby rc;navefl a parJi'anvrrii"i" obstruction which threptEpcd tf dtfay h1!' ffnnl puasase tititll onptJipir sr4Vn pt .H-- I r 4. r I I ' tlpajd jrfi-ia1iti.- ' CansTffis: ' ajriion Supporters by tfio of tha ,Ve4j(b btil. platct'l :n-a,- te ol Cry obHer-iva)tJo- , e (fi of tlve !W fin fthe In ruce of thio a'vrjpatd-Kenop- u bill,, thoughit itoday tttat PMroiicth a pa,Tlli"Uiiou,tary error ffietr ilcrms iflgfll probably had beejt a tutUe one, rP ' au thU a&sstoii Us :cpncrnel. T.!.'r UU nn rassed by tle' Senate iu In Its wpvia'pnC) pftih tihe IrlentleiiJ llous5 nvu,sjiire, but ,wliicin f& was far Mie KsvxwiiSiVwian.d 'ulll In tho &.Hidte' Uw- nurabar tot ino Snate bill was tullmved to rqnialn iqn ffie ys4rday l left Iynd,on f!ve wt(;lcs for luvotner (,wf nt?r 'in orUcr Jo' mrAVmis band uhere. ' The lose, dlreot' waat n??ah)id flrpm Caojt. Sija1)! hUnself wan'hpoiigri iby ttje commamfJeir of 'tie .Tarna Ncrita. , ftpm the aqutlKirn ,ice reslqms ,wirpn aha returned to .Aka,rpj, iNejw Zanlird. on Macoh 31 last yean . 'flhe bnlat pnes-sowas In Oapt. Scp,t(t's qwm' saW: , "I am' areattinfng jta .the AMteilQtls tqr aniojhiar ,WTin,ter( looi.7lcir; to iqanjtnuo and iopUit, my ward.'i . Oint. Spott, had ishontly toeifcra hvW a inetnoat to Uta ibivsa at Mfi'rtri StiriX a.Ho(iirlng. that on Jpaufcury 3, 1912, ho fifvl ireri(ched a klnt J60 miles Jtrojn. M'9 irfl'8'.lamd wa adlariijruj tpwoni his d,fltlr4iittan I .Ttie dlsjiai'Rh from Oamalu. N. Z., Jthls mqmlng atviw tihvt in tiffjpeti days he rovaifd !t'ia ixnwfnlpi(3r 150 rrdles, pif iten h'a,vUvf travolejl at ftt naito ' nil lea a djiy. I, iwas An Ills return itlinjt le onU ;hls party wiere ovcri'ieJnieU. T.'ie iHte of piptaln, ftiatfs aiVulrv-me- nt of tin South iPn'e, Japunry 18, Ulz, itvi'vs Va,t 13 readied th ppail of hl3 expediltlon aliuomt cxaptiy one rqo.rt.th 1 -- Jlrs. SMALLH0US F,fj. a HtfJo son pf (4lr. tiind 2ifsj Fpnls Iglfheart, . was' Xafallv1 burned af. his hon: n,ear 'tvirc and died Saturday, He was burled si Bquiility Sunday. Mr and Mrs. ' J!er Imamt' hai (j tfte synuiatliy, ot oV.ln ;teIr soil bveavepnent. ( Mr. and Mrs. bawls FoUiisa ttfkVV bp-a flnp .twelye-pour- d at.tihslr hjjmi ' c,ll, P0y '. . f sa '," - bonu iRrJday; Feh. 7. , . -- ' set Mr. Alfrya PJerpe of iPose1vHe,- ind-i"- ' spen,t' Monday nlgtit a suea,t' of' plr. Mag Faugfit nejir hwre. JrbePwua a if ot Mr, .and' Mrs. Alva CbilpTy pit iCJenj, tejrtptwn Mopday. , &U-ian.l,'Mlr81 DivJd Qldlaam iwore guis. of Mrs. Mps FougLit Smviy" and jwturn- -' '' ed to tiioVf hp;ne iMonday. Mr. Luther Pau&ht wi:,rX 'tp .Cefiftor-toiw.ii and returned Mondnpr Mr.. L.eto.tuir Bennott iind oausln,1 (Ml Lillian Ward were' .gueata of tlneiir upicM Mr, It. P. J3:pvn,;t,t' and Ijajmlly ia,t recertiiy. jMr. Itfiy.Favuglit of , n:w litiro .apd Atr, Georee Smlt'h ot Me,tnifls, 111., iwvt tp Ca,Y:pun Uunday and joikt plopes 'dot tCie aftei1 Cautailn lloajd muffKfa, flhe Noi- - rti'Pf In piaresh of priupinff lopp. ' pllss Ertfln-lun,tir ' U ) viiltlpe hor slater Man. J, S. naninl, and otlxpr ' welffiui explorer. Cucitai A,rnujndHMi',l ropqrt sent to ICIng Haakon, of tXotwoj vfl-e- d read; "1'ple latyolnl IUI1.17V1 r-- a - KSltj. . iv'Vw - 1 1 ' i . Bqrd, . All 'weU." l1a,r(Uainian-toirl- in .to :ttoiK The Tepant of Captain Sertt was1 Criup,. jnojle itho pne(iu,re pn Riley destined ro.t to be ret'old by thm iwult onrtjrely nejw m& 'an ifar M the dljur Tlie Misses I4ey entartalncd at t!vlr la concerned and W014UI h,ivie Itp ibo to lug world' until aiCtor tils dfaith, No hpime Tue&iay u,ft(rnoun In donor of ts Vie JuAlPiary Uonvmlltuo njnd tta,ko Miasms arujv'iy nd Cook, guestB of Msd as to ,)vqw Uro Tcicards of Captain co'.t re jvtsular plaMJ on the ;o't4nda, To Kaftle d'undjtttvi. An e:i)1jdo affcr-noo- n wbif found. Lti't .that he ainrivtd at V conflldftratlon' fqr ,th9. Scuiate was spenl In playtee uvts, and polo on tiat dit moiitVWfd wjaj def; on Jhe 'Cloor f, ,tt jHoih dunlnig ti a dMlshlrful lunch, cxnnyjne put Ka lultely kivawn. , Heiqsj)on laAt days of t nn.wded l4aut' ifihcirne watt panved' to tlip Uoltow-In- jf .rule, .wflt(h jtjlie ame 'gruetsti; Not Knows. tlglijt that aoooimnainited 'MIsvm LuU Grundy, .of .Grc4an,i!Kai WOHMnpn. Ffb. Vppl' Airlene Cook, pt KutjtawufillW'iMari, nute nndr whWi the datldl iwvls prfer In- -, row 'WlUon" Is the njwne of Inally pvwtl. by t,h' ilctue, (U3 yptma Duke, Middle Jn.T7Lorrujino convlug P,revildent ..that wll appear on eusa'ry. 3ulleneir, .Whinto &bnnvennan, iicil IXnylPir. a'here Is mjitch d1s,outtdan pfi to wthfl- -. all ,the ,porrwnijSlanfl tasued by Mujor XaXle rVndltdpn, iL,upU Wp-a- d as erviml ,mairslil tlUl affirx Z4 Gen, Lieonstrd fir or not ,he HWle I)Uey and Ruth RUy. ' to tho bill In " Ur. Tatt Of .the InoujrurvU pirade. ulfinitvi Garimany, has scarcely mone than half- tin latter (was sjhauld Ma .Uie V poww K is Us-- V ,T.hat' t,hita mcjrnlnj isis, pwtny 3np,tpr vhIcVs as the' sftti paqohed by Gen: TtN'ood bUl. (Dewwnber, 1911. at Ut'ica.' Mr. Ben Uqis Is pn fim s,lpk flat. her' Mrs. Seim iMcvrtpn is (visiting diiug.'.CAr, illrs. T. It. Jvnurd of. jtart- - . atils, 'afteqrdlng 'Misses Eitertaii. lL &' Wilsoi'sNaae ta tre'dn,t PW, ; , tit- dUHtl a 4 v L nd tfiat a sufficient nuktrlto hln-- i .not be ottata:d to ariruA uiJ lorn a I'hJadU'hU !rtm (Whjjffi hA. of Nw Yofk .. J. ,.iiiii'-A- - '; . . CHILDREN ARE REAL POETS ALTERED IN THEIR MEANING MIMA By AS A BRIDE. Descriptions of Ordinary Things Show Imaginative Fancy That Does Not Survive the Years. Children aro born with a taste for knowledge. They want to know, and i FRANCES A. WALKER. I'Hfli ! ILTRY ...., Phrases, Passing Through Generations, Become Distorted Before Generally Acknowledged. Word building Ih as much n piece of carpentry ns Is houso building. Only It takes longer. Sometimes a century more. And by that time the word's first meaning Is usually changed. m COURIER - JOURNAL !. ! "i had often heard my mother and Tjprajidmotlicr describe the negro wed- uIImrjj on tlio plantations In the old 1n Virginia beforo the war. How (generally) would be tins dining-rooAuroraled for tho occasion, and the .wnGclentlous mistress would sco that ku3co and wine were provided, that Sadj, or nctty, or Sally (as tho case asifiht bo), had a white dress and her man a now suit of clothes, and that 3Tqy wero properly married by tho TKSHtist Episcopal minister who ncv- Called to admonish them beforehand o the solemnity of the marrlago tjo antf their duty to each other. Aa earnest effort was made to upon them tho sacramental fAsKicter of the act, and everything rr.ia done "decently and In order" so fiTial I was very Interested when a tfrSul In Mississippi, on whoso planta-IteI was visiting. Informed mo that Jhcr maid "Halma" was going to bo married, and I must certainly witness Urns ceremony. ""What an odd name!" I volunteered. Where did she get It?" ""Wo asked her mother that," said 'Don't you she "t7 friend, "and Ain't said:never heer'd you jrtMul yo Qlble? tyCfhe Halma Gllead?' So she's called TEWma' for short." ""How very funny!" i ' nothing to but "Tst twins,It'sthe youngest the names 'Xg tbe members nC er family, two of the most absurd pstlo pickaninnies you ever saw. They called respectively ' 'Postle Paul tJ Tistle Peter,' and will, no doubt, .'iSffisxw at the wedding." A few days later, when I went into Isey friend's room, she was busily In finishing off a white organdie tats- Balma's nuptials, and was It with a good deal of walk-- S when the "bride-elect- " In 'with a bolt of excruciatingly blue $&on and asked her, "please, ma'am, feu Mm It up with that." So, although 3M. went sadly against the grain, and aasended all, our aesthetic sensibilities, -aao festooned, and looped, and the garment to any extent to 'Raima's "great satisfaction. .She show- rery tooth in her head and d It "Jes' dazzlln'!" which it certainly was. The preparations being finally com- 7s&eC, we were duly summoned to the .jEafctaof the bride's mother, where the Jswcmony took place In due and an- rJcnt form. Tbe groom (Ezekicl) was a very siatxHooklng young negro, and was In butternut trousers and a tSblaek coat a present from his mas--en-Sw- . ter. He seemed to be in delicate health, arm or his "waiters," and could hardly Jicrwever, as he leaned heavily on the support himself, but I soon discovered UsA Ibis wa3 part of the etiquette of j; JSbeK!caslon. Tiie preacher was of tho typical black, clothes, buck-avfratsiEvs variety collar, and huge horn spectacles, t, r. wo- - which ho contemplated tho who stood up in front of him, with iSTtnt severity. The next day the happy pair called . entail tho cabins (an invariable custom rot, the plantations), and then my Sivvnfl told me that they had gone off tin a wedding tour, a round trip on SSk TCelle of the Bend to Vickshurg. Accustomed to see all tho "newly--ifd8- " back In the cotton fields the fltaT after a wedding, she questioned SRi&ra, on her return, with no little Interest as to how she had enjoyed J'Jfco trip. "Mlghtly. ma'am! Mightily! Isho'Iy rJifJ enjoy it." ".And how did Zeko enjoy It?" we coti-jnf- satisfied. They are fond of Imitating' ea "0"" what they see around thorn. Thev are UUIID,nB onoula O0 and All Fowls Excluded Be " highly Imaginative. They clothe their , Careful of Poison Used. Ideas In concrete forms. There was a time when they wero regarded as Funilgat on Is a means of reaching mature adults; we have learned that the main aim of a teacher must bo to i',orma nnd ,CCJ, Hfo ln, tho "lr of .., .), f.,iinMMio room and in cracks and cran- m, ,.! rit,t t rttstf A 4 I n t A flit ll tk tn1 ul l"u " Al """' " ,u,1w goodness in the abstract Is of llttlo , aT T.ho ,I,OUS0I ornt?am. 0' avail; tho Imagination must be stirred. f(?wls, We are accustomed to believe that r'5h.tly fumigation. A method ,. .,n.o ia titi t '"'ns 1.....M , I. r ., . t .t aa Mn.a. clilluren and yet one cannot, but see lolA at stores dealing ln poultry sup-noand again gleams of thought P'Igs. Tho fumes of brlmstono may ' which hidden mental b0 Produced by burning in n working --fimn.( unconsciously. metallic basin (such as an old iron llttlo girl who "gathered sunlight In kettle) a number of rags previously her hands and put It on her face" soaked in melted sulphur. Sulphur knew something of the effects of heat. may be mixed with a llttlo alcohol or And how full of humor are some of kerosene oil and burned, or it may be the sayings of children. It was Punch, jprlnkled upon llvo coals placed ln a we believe, who depicted Tommy, aft- chafing dish. Tho house or room er he had been severely corrected, should be kept closed for several as exclaiming: "I fink I'll go back to hours and then opened as thoroughly heaven, where I came from." And as possible to allow the wind to drive what n fund of suggestion was con- out any remaining trace of poisonous veyed by tho little girl who, on hear- gas. In fumigating by burning subing a running tap, said that "the Wa- stances be careful not to sot lira to ter was coughing!" the building. Remember also that in The poetry of life is frequently seen most cases the substances which are in childhood. We have this Illustrated used are poisonous to human life and in tho butterflies as to fowls. Carelessness ln their use or "pansies ttylnifr A star Is a cinder In leaving them about where chick or from God's greu star" has a wealth child can get at them may have dire of unconscious meaning. But per- results. haps the finest approach to poetry was made by a tiny tot who defined dew as "the grass crying." Oh, USING A FIRELESS BROODER auntie!" said the little girl. "I've Just seen a pencil walking." The nurse, Box Protected by Wool Carpet and Heated by Small Jug of Warm Wawho had grown out of fairyland, exter It Excellent. plained that it was only an ordinary worm. A there are many poultrymen who prefer to raise chicks in a Artless OBSERVE MONTH OF RAMIDAN brooder, we give here a plan suggested by W. D. Neale, which has been Period That Is Considered Most Holy used successfully for two years, says the Iowa Homestead. Ho secured a by the Followers of tho Prophet box three feet long, sixteen Inches Mohammed. wide eight and deep Inches It is the holy month of Ramldan ln from his grocer for fifteen cents. By reason of the An opening was made ln one side Of Constantinople. declaration In the Koran "that the the box four Inches ln width and number of the months is twelve (lunar height to admit the chicks. To fit months), as it was ordained by Al- In this box, make a frame of laths two Inches less ln width and length lah," in the course of thirty-threyears Ramldan makes the entire cir- than the box. The laths were placed cuit of the seasons. It was on the 15th of the holy month of Ramldan that the first chapter of the Koran was delivered to men. On that day watertight the sultan goes to the "Chamber of the Sacred Mantle." This mantle was LliSKASgAiiA&iXXISfV' worn by the prophet and on this day " '.-"-aVJ t It and other relics of the prophet are r A Browcrlr Fee brought out to public view. Other relics aro banners which once hung Fireless Brooder. before the tent of his favorite wife Ayesha. and the prophet's beard, about three inches apart and nailed which Is more potent In strength than securely to cross pieces at either end. the hair of Samson, and invigorates This frame fitted Inside the box nnd all who may touch It; a tooth which rested on nails, two at each end, Mohammed had knocked from his Jaw driven through the box at tho desired when struck by a stone from a sllng height These nails wero withdrawn ln battle, and a chunk of lime with a and driven higher in the ends of the footprint In It made by tho prophet box as tho chicks grew so that they when he sprung from It to tho back would have more room beneath tho of his magic steed, Al Borak, "the frame. A piece of wool carpet was lightning." It was upon this animal thrown over the top of the frame and that Mohammed visited Jerusalem pressed down beneath the lath so that and the. seven heavens from which he obtained important and exclusive Information. .XiKiS'.t'S-- S HOW TO FUMIGATE HEN HOUSE For X 1913. nin 81 '& 11 j For example, tho old word for "neighbor" was "sib." One's good neighbor was known hb one's "good sib." This hecamo shortened to 'godslb,' and later to "gossip." Then the word's whole meaning changed and gossip no longer meant good nelchbor. but applied to the sort of talk exchanged between good neigh-- I bora. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the o.,t .".i ti,iIso Take the word "farmer," too. The old word for '.farmer" wns "boor." (And "boor" later was used for describing farmer-likor rough persons.) The fnnner living nearest to ono wns known as the "nlghboor," nnd this phrase, ln courso of time, was twisted to "neighbor." You've heard tho proverb. "Little pitchers have big cars." Well, it doesn't refer to the utensil that holds water or goes to the corner sldo door. "Pitcher" was a slang term wltb some such meaning as our word '"chap" or "fellow." Thus, "Little fellows havo "big ears" Is a more sensible rendering of the proverb. Chicago Journal. e COURIER- - JOURNAL l.oi'isvtLLK, K'v . HKNUY WATERSON, Kimm WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for descrlp'of PRETTY LANGUAGE OF LOVE In Switzerland Flowers Are Made Uis of by Those Who Seek Their Companions In Life. $1.50. Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journ- al u r-- :, e PIT rirr---,".- rj J? 7 7 "1 In remote Alpine hamlets and vll lages especially ln the Bernese Ober land there still exist ancient and pretty customs of proposing marriage by the languago of flowers. If a maid accepts a bouquet of edewelos from a accepts a bouquet of edelweiss from t him as her fiance, the Idea being that the man has risked his life to obtain the flowers for the woman he loves. Another method which exists In the Canton of Glarus Is for the young man to place a flowerpot containing a single rose and a note on the window sill of the girl's room when she Is absent from home and wait perhapf days for a reply. If the maid takes the rose, the young man boldly en ters the house to arrange matters with her parents, but If the rose Is allowed to fade away the proposal Is re Jected without a single word having been exchanged between the couple Sometimes a fickle girl will keep a young man watting a day or two for an answer, but whatever It may be It is considered final. Secret of Happiness. Most of us begin well. When we are quite young, 'we'"are full of faith We believe In others, and we also believe In our own powers of overcoming faults and fallings. We set out full of tho zest of life--no hill is too high to climb, no point too lofty to reach. nut later most of us get dlscour aged. We And that our friends aro no! so noble as we thought them, that I' is much harder to root out our faulti and failings than we imagined, and perhaps In tlmo to take up the fool Idea that so lont lsh, as we are "no worse than other pco pie" it is all right. Let us try to keep tho high Ideal: that we learned at our mother's knee .11 keep our faith ln human na to ture, no matter how often we may b disappointed. Let us still strive foi perfection and resolve to do our best again and again, no matter how ofter wo may fall. For only by doing thli can we keep our hearts young, bow ever old we may live to be, and onl so can we bo our best and do oui best. g $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journin combination with this paper. al t To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. THE DAILY ! LOUISVILLE! V HERALD Enjoys the largest circuation in people know it. Ken- p. astonishment. H"2WAe? You think I'd let dat fool nig-t- o on a bridal tower with me, and ejad my money? No, ma'am. I left Iiiro behind to pick cotton; ain't no . aae spollln' him Ef you 'brains right you ends right. Dat's w'liart I say!" And with these a she flounced out of the room, irUsncby wo perceived that the germ iTSSio suffragette movement had pene-xrai-td even to tho cotton fields. In that-awaysent!-inwot- "aWner she echoed Things That You Can't Do. Here are some things you can't do. Or, If you can, you aro different from 99 per cent, of mankind. Can you repeat from memory (don't look) the wording on a stamp? Can you copy out from memory the exact figures as they appear on the dial of your watch? Can you copy from memory the exact wording on a piece or say which way tho head on the coin Is facing? Can you say from memory whether the heads on a cent, a nickel, a dime and a quarter all face the same way? All these are things you have seen and bandied They should be far slnco boyhood. more familiar to you than the alphabet. Yet It is ten to one you can't give correct answers to one of the foregoing questions. Why can't you? Try them on your friends. Covering of, Brooder. the folds would Just touch the downy backs of the thicks. On cold nights an extra piece of carpet was thrown over the box or a small Jug of warm water placed inside. The bottom of the box was kept covered with straw. tucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the r. f reveals clearly that under tho processes of modern In- )u5try a man's willingness to work ia far from qualifying him for work uraitkig to bo doue. The person wish- inr to be mini of employment must ii3.lalize In ono or more of tho many wfcujses of work for which there seems jiIwvpb to be a scarcity of labor. As ejnjibaslzed In the report referred to, Ji jfierson who relies upon his ability i.b vcrform unspectallzcd tasks will nnd himself In constant competition xvlln tho tlirco or four like himself ixi que&t of thu one Job open for them. Vii very best advice that can be glv- ; a young man or woman today Is Ohio: to do some one thing tbau most other persons can Specialize and keep up to xA. It. jjfc)t5 In your specialty. There Is no jtienl of work to be dono In tho world axd not nearly enough people who anew how to do It. Pblla. Telegraph. jfHcoiilicated .&c-tt- yot Age of Specialists. much of great significance Simple Portable Elevator. to Wjc report by local exports that. The rovolvator is a portable elevaiWn by 3ldo with the inability of a many men and women to pro- - tor which Is designed for use In warearre, employment, thero 1b tho inabll- - houses and storebouseswhere it may Jly of employers to got workers to till bo desired to stack heavy packages Jttiis places they have- open. This state- - one abovo the other for the economiz- Tliero Is year out Never harbor mongrel Btock. Don't forget to whitewash the Interior of your houses. Expect disease and low vitality when fowls are inbred year In and Send to market all the stock that SIS t .tfi-re.- you can spare, for the prices of feed ing of space. It consists of a truck which may be readily moved about tho room and an upright arm supporting a platform on which the box or package Is placed. Reaching the point desired, the machine and Us Joad may be readily swung around into the most convenient position for unloading and the burden is raised to the height necessary and the box Is pushed off on top of another similar box. Several men might be perform this task, but with this dovice ono or two at tho most are eutlrely sufficient to handle the large and heavy packages. "&i ment" "It's nothing of the kind. It has led to a row that's goto' to break up the Her Way. s "Mloa Prultyfaco has such aa en- - family. I got run into by a ' tlve- - 0na ' 'om wants to cure me way about her." wants me to ! know she has. She accepts every , aa' tno otherfor damage."go lame ao't " ca iUe uBa.n who auks her." . locomo-iStrlni Great Mistake. "I educated one of my boya to be a doctor and the other a lawyer," said Farmer Corntossol, as bo shifted his crutch. "That ought to be a good arrange- aro stilt high. Plump chickens aro wanted ln market; remember that lousy chickens will not fatten. From October 15th to about November 20th the best prices for poultry are generally obtained. New blood may be added to the flock, by buying some choice pullets of a reliable poultry keeper. Lining nest boxes with newspapers makes It easy to lift out litter, paper and all. Then set a match to It Authorities claim that the eggs from a hen will bo fertile for ten days after tho removal of tho male from the flock. Do not let your young birds roost with the old hens, as they are liable to catch diseases which old hens aro more subject to. All hens which have completed their second laying season should be disposed of at once, to make room. for the young stock-- . Save the small potatoes and Imperfect heads of cabbage and other waste vegetables. They will all be relished by the hens ln the winter. Don't delay any longer making repairs to the houses or fences, winter nay be here before you are ready, Vt the game tlmo, clean up the run' .nd walks. Blanket Grow on Trees. Blankets grow on trees ln Ecuador and while tho idea of an all wool, fresh from the forest, bed covering mlghl give Insomnia and a backache to the child of civilization who likes to snug gle comfortably under several lay ers of down and wool, the natives find It all right, as in fatt It Is. When nn Ecuador Indian wants blanket, he hunts up a demajagua tree and cuts from It a five or six foot ccctlon of tho peculiarly soft, thick bark. This is dampened aud boater until the flexibility of the sheet ii much Increased. Tho rough gray exterior Is next peeled off and the shoot dried in the sun. The result Is a blanket, soft light and fairly warm, of an attrao tive cream color. It may be rolled Into a compact bundle without hun and with ordinary usage will last foi several years. Birds Commit Suicide. occurrence In na tlonal history has been seen in the flooded country of the Fen district in eastern England. A narrow bank runs alongside a flooded area of near ly 2,000 acres. Walking along this with Intention of learning what bad happened to his partridges, a koepei ,put up a covey. ( It .flew la. tho direction of the longest arm of the flood. The blrds which were rather a covey, after flying some distance, suddenly and at one moment together dropped into the water and were all drowned. It has, been much discussed lately how the partridges are able to fly, but the curious part of this collapse was that the whole number fell slmul taneously, as If. they had decided tc die together. A very strange late-hatche- d NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS Hei aid's special features make anion" , Louifille newspapers. Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in tho Herald entitled: pre-eminent Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as goneral news. Tho On Board the Good Ship, Eartli Back numbers of these articles free on request to all who subscribe now. The Louisville Daily Herald and The Hartfordi Republican Both One Year for Only No subscription cau be taken for tho Herald to be mailed to uny town or city where that paper is dolivorod by carrier, Subscribe Now y Subscribe Now . This.offer is'go'od for a few days only. WAI l"" ""("" -- " jl. W .ft. SENATORS BOOM . 7 LINCOLN MEMORIAL HITCH. DIVINE JUSTICE IN THE DELUGE COUNTESS CANT WEAR 'EM. FILIPINO Bill HOPES Independence Granting Division as to Form of the Proposed $2,000,000 Memorial, Washington. Division oer the bill providing for the erection of n (HHj iniiiiiiiiieiit to the memory of Abraham Lincoln Is threatened when the measure Is taken up lu the house. It j Marked For Defeat. ISLAND STILL UNPREPARED, O'Gorman Opposed to Fixing Time For Abandoning Control Sayt Education May Take Generations Wllllamt Suggests a Foreign Secretary Not Coming Up at Special Session. Washington. Whatever nctlon may be taken by the house toward granting Independence to the Philippines, the nttlude of Democratic leaders In the senate makes certalu the defeat of nny legislation which alms to bring about the relinquishment of control over the Inlands by the Unltco Mates In the Immediate future. Intiuentl.il Democrats In the upper house think that the Filipinos as a whole nrc not yet capable of self government, but ,ii (there Ihthey difference of opinion as to may safely be Intrusted has pased the senate. The incusuto provides for the erection of a statue and Greek temple nu the mall tiear the. Washington monument. Opponents of this project favor Instead a memorial highway from Wnslilngton to Gettysburg. Itlclmrcl Watrous. secretary of the American Civic association, tteiit broadcast several thousand letters to members of the organl.atlnu. asking them to call on their representatives In the Iioiim to support the monument measure. The light for the highway plan Is being led by Representative Borland ot Missouri, HERE'S A TITLE FOR $125. German Olympic Committee Offers It to All Comers, Berlin. People wanting n German title can get a new one for $125. The committee on the Olympic games In appealing for funds states that these panics lu Germany must bunii example of the German power of organization. "We must show the visitors." says a statement, "who will flock to Germany our fatherland In its beauty. Industrial, economic and military might, but above all the feats of our athletic youth must bear witness to the Inexhaustible sptiugs of our national strength and vigor." With n view to encouraging donations the committee offers the title ot "Promoter of the German Imperial Committee of Olympic Games" at the price aforesaid. RESUME MONEY TRUST PROBE Lk.idue Attracts Attention Would Hunt In Africa, but Pears Spiders. I.os Angeles, Oil. The Cuuntes do Lnxtcyrlo, who was Miss Constance Warren of New Yotk nnd was married to the count a short time ago. arrived The BeltigG Rightly Understood here from Cntnllnu with her husband very much out of sorts because here In the "wild and woolly" west she Was an Act of Mercy, Delivcouldn't wear men's trousers while huiitln? without attracting undue atering Man From Slavery. tention. "I supposed," she said, "that there was n puod deal of the frontier here in Pastor Russell's Interpretations Unlock the west, where civilization had not Bible Mysteries Dark Statements reached, hut I am afraid 1 shall have to go elsewhere to find u place where Made Luminous Lucifer by RebelI may wear men's clothes without beHis Evil lion Became Satan How ing too conspicuous." Example Was Permitted to Test the She nnd the count will return to Loyalty of All the Holy Angels. Cntnllnn nnd fish, hunt, boat, swim and golf for Dayton, Ohio, up Into awhile, nnd then they will go the Rocky mountains In ColoV e b r u n r y 0. mules carrying their Great crowds rado with pack nnd hunt. camp equipment heard Pastor Hus-seThe countess says she would go to today at Me Africa nnd hunt elephants but for her morial Hall. He of spiders. spoke twice. Wo fear ll 'i. K9hBmiim hli' aw- - r' s - Hpi H I uncompleted state. Chairman Pujo will retire from congress at the end of this session, and Representative Carter Glass of Virginia probably will bo elected chairman. ' As soon as the new committee Is chosen a resolution will be presented to Uio house nsklug for Inquisitorial powers to go into the affairs of national banks. This resolution was passed by the house at the last session, but was defeated in the senate. . o'OORUAN. 8ENAT01I JAMES As soon as this resolution Is passed with that privilege. The defeat of the the committee will go ahead with the Jones bill giving entire control to the Investigation of the national banks. Islanders within eight years Is assured. Senator O'Gorman. who is opposed to TO SOLVE FUEL PROBLEM. F fixing any definite time for giving the Filipinos a free baud, takes the view English Professor, Pin. His Faith to that tbey may not be equal" to tbelask for one "ImlbTiiAlcoTf tooTvehie fuel longer. As the senator from New York problem, said Professor Lewes. "Thero Vis close to Governor Wilson, It may be Is only one way." be says, "to regen-- ('assumed that be has so advised the erate the sun's eucrgy to make it avail',' president elect. The granting of lude-- ' able for power, and that Is by alcohol. nen'deuce to the Philippines is of so In vegetation we can And energy ablittle urgency that the question will sorbed by a plant from the sun. That not even be taken up by the senate at energy can never be regenerated ns the forthcoming special session of con- coal or oil, but It can be as alcohol. At gress, according to Senator O'Gorman. present, however, this Is practically out Senator Simmons, who probably will of the question." be chairman of the committee on finance; Senator Martin and other more tbau Democratic senators enough to prevent overturning the FOR FLETCHER'S present system of administering the affairs of the Philippines are Inclined to oppose the Joues bill. Only a few Democrats, such us Senator Johnston, Uej'j Is a uwtiKt! ,' dwe othI srJl favor giving the Philippines independrtiwr from .Mis. O. J. $Iar,Un, Hwv-ence at once. Others, like Senator Gore and Sena-lo- r Mill, iVa., who t .i nuUor ot eUYi 'on . ,AI wis rJir--il n." Stone, say that the Islands should clilMjrMi. tuiU o.Mi.sHi'a.t.mi ! sfjMiuufi trwu'jJ" nccom be neutralized, if that could be pllshod. remaining under the protec- O'uuidjfrlajjiti TuJj1'm Ujfti? ti3 yeu.-tion of the United States, before any ot sufffvlut;, will now nvo)iiiiiMulK ,tfi(e step In the direction of nutnuotny W tn,blvui v V"3 C".'j1V M by --M ItinHut the more conservative era. taken tlew that It Is best to wait until the educational work uiulcrtul.cn by the United States has !hou Its effect seems to prevail generally. The Jones bill grunting the Island Heart Disease Almost an Independent government within Fatal to Young Girl .height years Is so far from the minds "My daughter, when thirteen years lof Democratic senators that few have old, was stricken with heart trouble. considered the quetlou at all. She was so bad we had to place her Seuator Williams, who was one of bed near a window the originators of the so called bo she could get 'bridge government" for the gradual One her breath. relinquishment of control over the doctor said, 'Poor expressed the opinion that the child, she Is likely time fixed should not be less than to fall dead any eight years and that the United States JTJU Kv m time. A friend should retain a certalu coutrol over the told me Dr. Miles' relations of the Island with foreign Remedy had Heart governments by the appointment of cured her father, so I tried it, and n American secretary for foreign afshe began to fairs, who should be responsible to the She took state department lu Wushlugtou, and a great many bottles, but she Is that 11k granting of Independence spared to me to boull1 not take place for a much day, a fat, rosy ime than eight years, certainly checked girl. No one can Imagine the I than fifteen. confidence I have in Dr. Miles' Heart or Martin took the ground that Remedy." A. R. CANON, Worth, Mo. i no Immediate necessity for The unbounded confidence Mr. ip the Philippine question now. Canon has In Dr. Miles' Heart Remgilt that the 'ones bill allowed edy is shared by thousands of t a time for the transition, others whp know its value from iv of the attitude of the leaders Many heart disorders lennte. which undoubtedly has experience. ide known to Governor Wilson, yield to treatment, if the treatment r t probable that either the is right. If you are bothered with legislative department ufter short breath, fainting spells, swellnnv sten toward ivlll tub ing of feet or ankles, pains about wing the control of the United palPhilippines, which, us the heart and shoulder blades, lover the necessary to pitation, weak and hungry spells, Int Taft sald4 Is so you should begin using Dr. Miles' own well being. Heart Remedy at once. Profit by the experience of others while you Train Hits Steamboat. by may. Cumberland City. Tenu.-Curr- led 8, flood on to a railroad truck, u rher Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is sold and steamer wuh struck by n freight train. guaranteed by .ell druggist-MILEA halo was ripped lu tbo steamer's ''& 2II Will Probably Elect Glass Chairman at Next Session Pujo Retiring. Washington. Members of tbo money trust commltteo deny that that body will give up Its investigation in an l B' Children Cry CASTO R IA (Mit-s- 11 ex-o- sfeldo. MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, 4 Ind course on the Del- HIKERS BAR EVENING DRESS. uge from the text. "The Hood came, Suffragists Will March to Washington In Pilgrims' Clothes. and took them all Nei York. Evening dress Is to be away." Matthew jPASIOR. RUSSELL) barred on the hlkp to Wnslilngton. I continue to General ltosnlle Jones has announced. day my Biibject of n week ago at The leader of the suffragists who are Brooklyn. I am confident that many to fare forth Feb. 12 to the capltol of you keep In touch with my week- finds formal attire will be unnecessary, ly dlscourt.es through the newspa- but she has made out a list of essenpers. Last Sunday we considered tho tials for marchers. These Include woolen stockings, adphysical causes which led to the Deluge and found them most reason- hesive plaster, largo shoes those of able", in full harmony with history soft leather preferred and n pilgrim's and geology. Today we consider the cloak, hood, knapsack and staff. The n Deluge from n different standpoint costume may be purchased nt the suffrage party headquarters. We shall show from the Bible why Each marcher will have one small God permitted the Deluge, and that He was fully justified in blotting out bag, which will be transported in a humanity, except Noah and his family. baggage wagon. The expenses have Tho Pastor showed that Adam, cre- been figured at from $2 to $2.00 a day. ated perfect, could have maintained that perfection by continued obedience ALFONSO WILL GO VISITING. to his Maker. When Satan obsessed the serpent nnd guided it to cat the To See Paris, London, Berlin, Rome forbidden fruit, he produced a temptaand Possibly Buenos Aires. tion. Eve saw that the serpent wns Madrid. It Is rumored here that poisoned by that fruit, but that it King not. Alfonso will visit the Argentine was the wisest of the animals. She Republic and other South American rethought Increased wisdom would make publics In the near future. her husband and herself like gods. The luiparclnl's correspondent at AliOnly the Divine command stood be- cante says that King George of Great tween her and the highest Ideals. She Britain will visit Alicante with the partook of the fruit and recommended British Mediterranean squadron and It to Adam. He knew that death would will meet King Alfonso. surely follow disobedience; but ho preIt is understood In Madrid that King ferred to die rather than to be separat- Alfonso will visit Paris. London and ed from Eve. Berlin In the spring and will go to Disobedience led to expulsion from Rome In the autumn. Eden, and the gradual execution of tho sentence, "Dying thou shalt die." PLAN A SWISS GREENLAND. Adam died within the thousand-yea- r Day lu which he ate nine hundred thirty years old. His race- inherit Siberian Dogs Will Be Used, to Draw Sleighs on Glaciers. his dying tendencies. Humanity are unGenera. A novelty of the Alpine seader the curse of death, said the Pastor. son will be sleighs drawn by Siberian The Deluge a Deliverance. dogs ou the Jungfrau and the Aletscb Pastor Russell proceeded to show glacier. They will give visitors the that according to the Bible the Deluge Idea of the appearance of Ice and snow was a blessing in disguise. Mankind In Greenland. bad gotten into slavery, and would Dogs are now being trained for the have been wiped out by a new race, work. most peculiarly intruded upon humanity. The Bible states that this race consisted exclusively of males, propa- NEED MEN TO gated by the human female. These were giants, "men of renown." The fallen race, he continued, were GUARD PANAMA CANAL unable to cope with the superior strength of the Intruders. Robbed of their wives and daughters, and compelled to drudge for their new masters, GoBtWs Wants Big Garrison mankind found life a burden. The new race was vicious, bruta). Immoral. For Strategic Point. Tho Bible declares, "The earth was tilled with violence." Noah, however, was of puro Adamlc stock "perfect In his generations." See Genesis 0:4-1Washington. A garrison of 25,000 Tho Pastor declared that we have men will be necessary to guard the not studied the Bible carefully enough. Panama canal, says Colonel Goethals, The origin of the giants Is clearly told Its chief builder. Under present plans there. Satan, a glorious angel, deflect- congress would provide for a garrison ed to sin because of ambition, thought of only 8,000 men. to establish a separate empire on earth. "Once we lost control of the sea In a If lie could become master of the first war." lie said, "we would have to depair, their children would be his sub- pend upon the garrison of the zone. jects. We cou(d not expect to get When Satan perceived humanity thcie from the United States. growing weaker under tho curse, he The locks, the vital portlou ot the caformulated a new plan. To the angels nal, should be guarded by a large permission had been given to help hu- force, and the Atlantic and Pacific manity. These possessed the power to ends of the canal should be garrisoned. materialize. Satan suggested the be- At least i.OUO men would be needed getting of a new race, with human to properly guard the canal." Ills statement that the canal could mothers. To these, tho angels could hardly lie held If the United States impart their own virility. The Pustor then showed that tho lost control of the sea aroused much children of this illicit union were gi- iuterest in Washington. ants, reuowued at a time when mankind rarely reached maturity earlier WHY-- CZAR WAS ANGRY. '1 than a century. Genesis 0:4 proved that these bestial giants filled the earth Grand Duka Michasl's Marriage CauM with violence. of His Disgrace. Hope For the Antediluvians. London. A dNpatch from St Peters Pastor Russell pointed out that these burg snys the removal of Grand Duka giants caunot be Included In tbo re- Michael, brother of Kuiperor Nicholas, demptive work of Jesus', who died only from command of the Chevalier guards for Adam's posterity. (1 Corinthians regiment marks the Imperial displeas15:22.1 The antediluvians of Adam's ure at bis recent mnrrlngu to Mme. race have the same hope of a resurrec- SberemctlevsUula. tion that the remainder of iinanklnd His banishment from the capital, the have, This menus, he said, a hope of corresKndeut adds, doubtless Is inRestitution, to the perfection lost lu tended to prevent the grand duke's apEdeu. This hope rests on God's prom- pearance Ht the forthcoming celebraise that all the families of tho earth tions of the tercentenary of the shall be blessed lu Abraham's Seed, dynasty. "which 8eed Is Christ" Jesus, the Head, nnd the Church, the members. Millionaire Drives Bulls. Rostou.-Qulu- cy lu the Messianic Kingdom tho Seed A. Shuw. reputed to will accomplish the blessing foreordainbe Boston's i Idlest man. president of ed. St. Paul says, "If yo be Christ's, the Calumet and llcclu Mining comthen are ye Abraham's Seed, and heirs pany, Iiuh u new fad. It Is driving n according to the promise." pair of Imported (Jerry bulls which he Next Sunday Pastor Russell will brought over from Ireland. Beverly show what penalty Divine Justice tins farms never saw n stranger sight than Imposed upon Satun and his angelic tlieso pilwerful auliiinls hitched side by rebels. Tlioso not lu touch with any Hide, with the nipper magnate holding of the hundreds of newspapers pub- the lehw. The hulls tire driven by or lishing his sermons are iuvitcd to drop dlnnry reins passed through rings They are him n enrd to Washington Temple or which plerif their notes Brooklyn Tabernacle. If they desire tractable a ml repoud readily to their driver's otdera. further reading matter. wo-mn-- rep,ort his dis- dio County Iixnini'oKAi .HARTFORD. HHMimiU'HWH "Patronize Home Industries1 Do You Know What Is Manufactured In Yqwsr Own Community? N-- . ' I jf Who cans tomatoes and other vegetables for the trade ? 'Ml 4 V ' l '!-. t I Who makes shoes or harness or other leather goods ? Ml IT'S A if4 Who manufactures.overalls, night shirts or underwear? ii- -1 i - WtXL, -- t CikdsrU J Who .makes suits of clothing, overcoats or dress skirts? T. , ' J Who makes flour, meal, breakfast foods or other edibles for sale? JW3lfe e WSkz J k- Jf -- CjKW I Who prints pamphlets, stationery; cards and "other jobwork? MA i ''Iff"'' i Vif 'C, -- .v-- 25,000 If you want, to help boom your town find about these things and "PATRONIZE INDUSTRIES" instead of buying these prodwefc from Mail Order concerns. GIVES SLED THAT WENT TO SOUTH POLE Amundsen mute: a ot this ,puufr win e Th jfl iAl to Isam Osvt tbre la pf. .jMitii one drpo4et dlsra.w tfcat dClnapo, it.v br-- i nMp to ewe in ail Xtir and that is Cu.ta.rrli. Hull's CborxHr Cuno Is tho only nou'ithp npw to tia mnllcaf frat.'imltj'. CajUuirfi lUdpr nul a ooastUntloiiAl d'd?ne, lnwijiies $ OO Reward $ OO. 1 1 Presents One to the toMi ')-KtAtutloUy New York Museum. New York. Captain Itoald Amundsen, discoverer of the south pole, presented one of the three sleds used by bis expedition to the American Museum Uieatniejiit. HiU'a Ciaarra: -f- of Natural History. A letter from John A. Gade says the sled made the entire Journey to nnd from the' south pole on the recent expedition. One of the three sleds taken was left behind at the pole. A second moiiiWs.i j was presented to a Norwegian society. The letter concludes: AcWren I' J. CpiKNKY & CO, .TUeeSt "By this gift Captain Amundsen Ohio. , hopes to express bis gratitude and ac r 7Sc. SoUl by all Unig-statknowledgment to the merlcnn people Ttitoe Hail's FAmlly Pills tfjr and most especially to the scientific Ktipafiofx. tw associations which In all this work htm such constant encourbare shown agement und ready assistance." A formal letter of acceptance was sent o Captain Amundsen by President Osborne, who referred, to the fact that Admiral Peary bad given to the museum one' of bis sleds that made the Journey to the north pole. I amtinjp Cura (s tu.ken lntT-nalyh?qh tie Jilyoil atuI iwuunxri surfaces ot Jlie sjiateini,, 1liiireJy itho foumWion of Alia dLins1-ainalvilng t'ij .pAtletid a'renjit.'i Bbultdlns up V3 qnstltu,tian ,iniL''iciac Ing HJ,tUip lu OoVng it VmkIc. Tf'tit pulctrxrs Jiav to nimVi fatth Zx jr;Wir3 u'uit tiipy offer . Hunjlrtid .DoIUtb Car any qia Uw fallu tb eurc. Stayl far Uit C ftt. -.' RHi j ff his life many years, died here It the iigo of eighty-seven- . He ate molasses on all his food. When seventy years old Eldred began riding a bleycle for exercise, and. 0 according to his own figures, rode miles during the past seventeen years. lie was a defendant of Daniel ' Boone. 20,-00- To Live Long Eat Molasses. Mass.-Wlll- lam Hoone El- Ired, who believed that by eating u allon of moloBses a week be bad VVakeQeld, pro-ong- pi tkLmmpOlltht Hotfcug la more Important 'i tho iiome than clear. lUiCt llgbt Insure this by genius the ou inai euras ucar usc clean without a nicker down to the last drop, .Pennsylvania crude oil reilned to perfcctloc Costs no moro than the tuot-wag- on kind saves MOMUX eaves WOUK saves eyes. Your dealer has SOUTB Ota. in barrels direct tiom &uc works. Vast Coal Field In Kongo. Brussels. Belgium. -- Tl" discovery of jxtenslvo coal llcMs t . the Belgian (tougo In the neighborhood of Katun-j- a Has continued officially by Chief engineer Mlnettu of the Geological ind Mining society. Borings over uu iren qf 100 square miles disclosed lay. trs from six to seven feet thick of u juullty like Uulguriau coal. Ckis. C. StoJ! 00 Gil 'Jtoflncry at Warren, IM. "Wo sell tho celebrated "Ho , Carb" Auto Oil. , H Lo&lsvllle, Ky.' X MM ft v 'I'w' winter nvV.!w t'l this N,ii.wWH(tirinrp Knteied Recording to low nt the l'oMoffli no, nefflcctel. Hartford, Ky., n mull mutter of the eeond Viero n.r,i vyifo nrmirol iY.e w'"' 1M. V' urwn!.i- are elthi?r 83 imt'io'm'-ii&i. . (!. III 1'iAlln IIKI .. r.nl- - II... Til. , .t ri -- """"" " C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTEK i'pPo'ji.Wy .vtMt nr.lin, t's brail H ! l I I II rtarttord Kepumican. n ,y ,tllI ,Mvm v.,. ARE WOMEN REPRESENTED? JudgeBowdleAbly Discusses EDITORS AND RAMEY E. DUKE, PUBLISHERS J. NEY FOSTER,' pised to Vie PR0PHIETOR8. t'-- 4o i pj or lire? vi llipv1nl' li.irl.in, Fsythlnn, lyjiiid It ! ciirloufi to obsf.rte f.imv ljvoln .'.ij .'live t,'d so'iniilrii y tpn y iiie;t!on of rjifo on r.:fd :n of in h's day. ((Kvrry lnniia t nfifr:ii ! sVinxely Jlkc it,i a'lrll''Jv, n rt. nvl )'w irnfiniuir ol ta by tlnoK a iWinlsil il'iUlp,v or a l.ifrtitla MWjt,). '," , nr fffli He never lied !'! i iii wfcVi-- y AAiima all communlcitiocs ! Hartford RopubHoan. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS jaxwiutliirlort an I ,itrqy bhiwlt to dumb Unites brliiffi rirfi feTwf nlett). vfi.b 1w ifi-pl- vl uelly I ll.v-lfo'- sil txu-t- Woman Suffrage Question. lqy.il Tie 'j .r f,. n A'P0,1' TRUSTEES AND K. E. A. rielrlng th paper rent to a new ddrM mutt Rive the old nddreM In Milking the BnbM-ribcr- s PictureofTrueWotnanin Solomon's suffitWAi', "I s T.lie plan ,to .vdl Vj K i 't 'I ad:n'iV(i nil wliltij to fie riKht request. suffrage, ,Vio pay tax.tn .or Usar aipiu. will not be returned In tliU county rfiould Oi'.tpjidi tlic unreiTJo.ollcltfd mnnierlnt by iyj ti'ojirii c.i'jiiltns f . nUss." BSfoMncrnmpnnleil by postage. iat l,ulH.ilM". of the will receive no n,? SpcJdi TVieie .wiiflb, Jlni''.ln .the lion. Slaiijley ,E. ;vw, lie. V.o Anoojinoo" communication April 30. tUMIon. on to wfilte und tnpat-i-s-, llumlltain cttunty, fiiiin fpiunl in County and Circuit Court CllxliH Our (imip'Ji'.iiHO'ii.il fie New Siljni Jo.irnul of Juii? 13, KM, Ohio wonVn suffrafi us ilo rj w have it, i?lr hT,v,IJ,thni', X3EX3SZ,SZ01TS. Con,vcntlivi. and are ciuo,ted by Jdi T.vrlmll, p,ie J27. t County J.thVjU!, o,ik1 ssouafla Mr. I'res'jJtjit i.nJ In her Mfe of IJniv-.MJ- ss .Wi'V The time (i;w been so Counlo'' and Qjin,nion'(iV,U'! sho.tciuil by being an antlt4iifXrut3ls,t. ( neys. U11vf' Jmve found It o.lvatVtuw- Ifr.v of the ntUido )f tjic piivonn' m a arrest an'r.'.oprallc of lllere flit DAY, .FKBllUAUY 11. ous to nio;t nn.1 aucius umionw Wiaj. I iae iihipfl mtv ii!i5--- '' the fra.iwhlse, n..rJ by uufflrafrfsts the problems iqsiiiinari to Mirfii with some illff.cii.Uy, wltj'iln fie tin as a nuwt ilefiioraUi! i:r all, pHruiln,? Vi?lAVi.ton mnd n,lnvxll- Announcements. Yes, I ar'ree wlt!i Uie dbllni'iifio.l Hi,l I h'K hmp mlnutc.s tratjvo rqfomns nnrl mdopt,t,lng, us fa,r tp ak thut ri oulil ,! aOTfar to be meni)ier from IlajulV.on, JU.lge Peck. It as may be, a d.Mlna.b'40 uniform synVm. non,t to e.ce-- l ti'ie Jjluill t.'init lnie U no loniriw a Joke. It b Wfir. As" the FOR COUNTY JUD.OE. If It 1,1 lmpqrfcTjrit o!rait ti'i.ese vtflclail.i 'Ji.y' niljMivate ivvtio '! to noyiauncie tie oTidr flay de- - very .Itaerend Anna S'lav ..H: "It Is Wo are authorized a'lould jne;t anjwially Jor official nw nounoed me, iv.ba and (jratroiifiiy nunc lMillo.ts for baUo.ts.' .njone wip renls .B. X1QH.ENOU oX Hartford, Ky., .route feirpinc.'p, ilwr.v infjpti 'moiB vlt.i,Uy to eeiiil my Mine a inltvi.te Kr fiwj. the reports from l.on.loni iwlH .un.lortaul 6, as a candidate 'or the Detiiiaarat'c b It tliat ,the pnen frvtmistul A ,ote for or .Uiilivit ti'ifw guxv1"'" how correct JuJrj l'u:k really if mbuut oomintU-loi- i for Vie office of County ini'"-jof our rontiro tlAii ilois not ln(ticate . It Is a .set wiix. No, ao, -t Jiie to the lWi the Judge of Ohio punty, subject schools n'puil w.rls fut ti'wlr pruMijins on j'ic itt(ni-.i- t It Is n uiuce h,inUul of niii,?.ii 't xy that. ,ton of ithe General primary, In trwont. Tlw S'jitj ,ioerlntenil,'"t Vie fcfnifiiliie fraiiL'hlpe. ,w.'nJi)WH, i niiultini , wo nen breiiklm; August 2. 1913. . , "n"3le of Kienfiwks" lias .nniUtftal Uio Several r'aH?s ae rfrffifitcd In yib omuii'iii't inlnlsifirs a c'.e,r!c whole or friilhire of ConventiVfxn. tlht' at lant itfie possjMo j ,oot) prcMen. e o.t Uie FOK JAILKIl. d.penrl uriiin TIii3 tire tf) w.'io ojippue Miffifie, ballot U han already sivel a We aire aufwrlswl itp announce C his ,i,lni,uii'stiiittlon will tfie- fcfnir oif men tlrey elect us .trustebotiit u hut nro .ullllw.? til enmilt Vw iUe-.urlous cnndltlon of mirvtal P.- Turner of iHajntfon, Ivy., as a canIn tlrm to thp nft.r,1p. Vjisciiilou'ne's uuioig uncti, .so iViat on didate tor the .Democratic nomination and liqw t!ify ivjcoivnt 'for OyrrM?lvs lor tihe office of Jailer of Ohio cou.i-t- Vie uViiInlfrttfon of the loi:iI Ho'iool iTliene i.re .Vioag w.lio ori(pose j.niffia;je. Vie fliwr of this Convention, we ,t,Hfn, L no H'lraM inaas-"- u but are unwilling (o Kulmlt tJio u illrp aiffalrs. aie'ibtit) vx'lftfale "If. b a rTte:t uHlact to th5 action of tlie to the people, bcicause tlicy rs of rapoivslhlHtj' nssunved. August 2, 1913. do nlguia Ji1lI any man oan italte (the ikther Primary, Saturday, Rio'i loia.1 bo,nnl ienconn(t(ri3 ,t,ts jyu-Ma- r urHVe It. timl vfyi fu?l thai t in si!de of this ruestJoin.'' "He niu.-j- t ha.vo ,Washlngton--rt- ot problem. not in igooxl conscience umibaiirussnifjn.'.i tuyl nrotlve.' FOR JAILER.; liw? smuie Vv to Vie people In which ,1'iey 1 tcCt jou the whole soenmien)t Is We one aUpthprlZfHl ito announce JOHN Uu,t lOie rO"iinys are 'Wiat .when Prusf-errso lo that motiVi,?.- - (tfies- - will do not belleive, A- - DANIEL, of llamtfond, Ky., as a. but por.'t of the offe)iinate vjporifh.'lullty i an,d .TiliQie are those M'io Oo nqt fpo.c It. of tib BAiicrartiori. V'io iluis nW T1I aus?rflcllilty tor the Democratic 'nomilnajtI; l ftail nueu-lio- n finds its cvMvmtama'.lon In Jti'ie present for the oifHce of Jailer of Oilo cojurity, so&rrl Wioie .very proilem. while they but Are .angled to subiiV-UBii-j' In It inij- - r!fT to iVv; eneuWepit tp tlifl acUon of Uie Oneral pri- ca,n slvio Jlk,e mid to ot'rs. Tllrf are masculine aaxH'mtrnt rvo.v qnVMofV H3hoo,l iV?silat,lon V be mies of the ;iw Cons''tutUiM sjniply Amonlca and hire on th's floor. "Wprnea mary, Saturday August 2, 1913. "f moptlrv;. uiiqYwir artfiUin'nt w.'Vi w.Vhi'i to "t'l'.;)'. are nvoro capable than inen.' 'W1picn ait ,the AnPclatVn Vie document. tThwe porefins AI.e aro more h.qaociuble .Uian men.' ''Women Tiei tll,sa. cam bjnlivs 1njo tfieVr Oj. Dpyap V to b; .V l?atqj. f"'1 Viat thofr duty Is jtone. w.lKfi .tl(j Rita live on a higher piano Viam men." tf'o tristee's Mlw-ivTike a t,p 'fro-- u. U h a Vad J,tma t'? in'jHa,t,lve ovi JV'fi-"- Hjmi h- ;'. "Women wll pnrfy tjhc ballot." wUld at W constltuemcy, ,to sujupVI1" (a ai(0ij wiy fnm OWo county. aril irfuJUy Vie pnfkfesslSTail a"ipfnt, n.1 lueans ViiousJt w.hK'Ji .Wimen's ,8uf,f!ic ?y on ail nA'JsCum. An1 when op to (1,'ie itcrvfr"' and 'th'c may be jjattan.) bower to women Is aked mihoVi-- r have u ,'i Ifl iYfl-nvjWllsom tYe are ttrai-'There are Vio.se l.o do not ojpiose If. ha would aire to no to .war At t'l ftVirlntwdeHit. W (frrlng before Jils t,qrm la ouL rt'ioiiM b. nVtuait uf a fqiioJe 1'ioildent p,r Int bpllo e that Vic Tfie-rU this hftlptul cscfiattsr" lof Ttepje do no,t tuffl unless Uvey prar,t S"iia,tor, .lie d.'vtjtly I ioiiitn Vitrns-;lv-s-. avaUIs aUll the bsttrf sub.mlt'ftd ti the but INCORPORATED. to, and wto-- they do po'fiin oxn pr;-e- t "by sayln?, "Vioiri.ii Is greater p.xrt. tf'it at n;vllallzd .t,nitqre!!it to be Su;h mon a:ent .tCie position rut wic'i it. an-'ian Vic soldier, bfonuse ,'ie niol,ucts notetl pfnixw as Lyman AibboM wlt.li otiVr" MVli'lrrtl by 0Ointj!rv:t , the .iiMI"-.- '' What an ans.vcr. Li jxat lund Hjenanp I" Tiiooil'jn nooneve,lt.. hi Wio sams tiod-kT"ve iralshiiotWooiled"Q'ii,Sken4 tl U'prosentatlve a0Ternnit9t is ajt I rvil' it() i'dfl w,'j x,neirrtv. W ha oppiovp thb mufah irtoreil uUr.Vfl 'by prfia-n- l ttrootlrg about as fiplnlt of the atgc, ,ly"fljn,t HUIinT .Wihio b jropre9ntd by Wiq ini t.'ifj expectation jthrtt avav Anns-IUMftf lajrmera as cattle nd (hosts. , V. r vJio atlewVi )tt ' jC. E- - A. twUJ rpresenta,tlvee? If lie b "u.lle?ed, you-- ' be Jasit and algtiit about lt. why V have had more than our aliafe of return h?mia ent(Vnr,la."Wc iOvit-th- b jwioflk. does he' irnp.reaeirt JUs CfVn Vfovv? If, so, lont you asr-o- e to itiiin avr thjis tmt ruined orojis 'from too jnuchM-atar- t .morlsage-ni- vl 4 tth',Ue ,nlo Ooeptr'Trt'ie'Js'Xar ttboB,ibol,,' i "tf women, If they, a'o lideI frrUnff Mint Ills Is an office tp Ibp prauid nlnejtj- iper cent pf thjone who .viojtejJ to' "it 'a long road that has no turn. me aTO oposed to fesmmlne HuCUrage. yow tuporlors-vili- y israitultquis not ha.o nionruvn trlfUnir tlUngs 'ike that. I jrjvwiit "Tlie he.srt of ler hasbatd dpyt safeJr of, nnrl In'rt'Yvl of Vie fellow about in toe he represent the nmnan (wi'y did liMtiietp, )H'rvui Presldtint, wo'na.1 ion. Vie pld peirfp.rms oeflrvj P- bur)len vlom lntlo trust in heir, so .Vtat :he i siioll hive n? trt'V "crude- - oil 1t nre3:ait pricrp f not vqte for him, and who (as In my ators? Ah, jio, ov,3n jou do not bdw, so Po?tKy Ls written,'1 wibo .buys jtha millin- need of niwll.'' urqs raJh ne'W developmeriit and Ohio tri iuituur?. It will s his dVrisu,ne. J Well, o'duenulouisly as lhl-)oif tlio (tfliohesti.. cose) denounced "Jm ipublloly? q4I, clotihfs. mul the"Sho will do him gqqd. an1 trqm.blln? ery aivl 0uaj is sure to be kn tf'fj mid,t of AK f.r fie ater .tickets, who gci'.s olo,:k djVjs wien all tho Uy,s of, we can. only add 'W'vat iwhUo (fi avnrasj hardly., Why ahjird he not say ifnt kneos wi'ill not kfcik thtm or. it. he rorertents ;tho vast ma,-- af (women, You assort Viat FemoJe Suffiuge' will Vie Hlnu.33le sets Jifurd a,nd itihe nwivy "S'io wool and Va "and w,ojrk-ct- h W150 of the teaq'idr In Kn,Wilb' Pwarcssi'.ve prlnctoltis Have laame to pot whdi It Jltitfp wives anjl, moWiers wlio (a,iis to itVtYiiplYih treinwdi'ms things. 1 itn? short. I Wtand here fov Via,t conrmon diligently Jjer ,hnb.' nuslt fto be, fwe, etay, url no onii .ro:osn1zes tlvls jmore sy.nipatiiy. for t'lje yet ln pilltlqil and ofd fMkw ,who ,1iu(s gailantdj- - male a "s,io irlsuth It t tiiso wtillo f.n'fkr avI'io ha" nrjt Vie sutfrase? Are they p,oit icrt,lv of It. It b '' tiUan those who voted for M)r. Tai't peMin'aiy ma,t,ttrs ,wo.ii:n a.t rowal conil)Uon of .refuge for ,wotnn, DA1UC and g(orhnvut' to ltor Jiourc-hojIV . eiupfi pfr)f!j?lo,nal InteneVf laiyl FITirlt rcor(3ienia.tlon? One luis axitireinie' dkCfkiulty lnv (dfln-In- s seifi,s,h as men. i And, as Jinilsp .P,'t.-v.'io has seporod tor tioim an lnto-es-t anil a portion .to fur ijatdns.'' to ivttend a piofeaiianul tsapfvqntyva anrl In his proporty so tliat lve ,axn not whaf. As meruit by irepirasonl trankl-- , In the lUroil rori:tna. Cimiself. buyolh "S(e iTMisiderot a flold J$9 Prosident WlUon Is nit spins to nfi gv. :mmiral. , or dbpoe of .hb own .without it; uit'i tho .trult 'of I fir pjvtU ahu tuia nta.ttq's of Ijfo tfieu- are really turn fc'je "rascals" out. Afiy all itihe no.w I ."'rial witfi Jnidpe ' 1 Ifrw rorcful. woman's crmsiint. T.ho old differ who plantuVu u '. , . ver t)ije election. V!lo iiuxro'.'jd In the Circuit Court Notes. tjjOftase ur fi maa'tou'it favor Demver iw,h,rfl for jtwepUy yearn wo'iiin 1ms inat((l a .condition of rvfugo hele torch-lig"Slve pqroeeth int proots,slons, anyway? mejfiaIf.-- ' T'Me thirefl wti?ks torm of th.9 iQ'ilo jority totuortteil It iunder a. ireOvn'iiu!H have votail fir ev(ritfilivr H'om ilrpl-dtand hir 3rlvats fortune, are im- b 1; her aivlle tjoeVi t not by 'eilii.'j.diy aifte..-m- n, cJtvuJt Court dospd miyiivt ,liai;o lacHe'-- ' Gov. Jloq-mrmune qven from crediUors .who ,lavs nloh,t." taken by them. You ,11.. e all lcai-- l to ioundnii,st(1r 'Is as n tlV-l-e a nrreat nibe In bfiw; lix atfrr that lie prefers ta pp to fie Sama'j.' fimnlshikl lyr tho very foo,l she aS pn the 1ui('ij;(iil, liit on l(ill,idtp!ila. Dcji't tlnrik "S'lo Mtrntolnvh out .her. V the oiar a .w.v.k. their tfian wrestle with an ee,r laokbw It .was one osb nlyj Wo; ivt:, Viat I b)ine whiih'm wf (tjx and Paris clothes that B(,0 ye i, she ivoclKfh for.tih ihqr fwids. vjs ilS4nlflrOi Ti'ie Binril (Jfiry r ., si'ate deficit at F.:ri.nkfot:t. (o- - t('ie Ah, no. 1 irwak ot It Vib fiiwjentb" wre,at nil felow, that trynnt, wfio Jus sur-"- 1 to Vie nely," It demU . , ,'ih.vIjis ii'.tu.rnj:"! t.vonty arti ito h- - nil iljJitH of contuvt injny It ill Jnt j. hojndfiil of alft. tho .woiwlorful i.urto- - an pf;eiMcnre ji" "Sfio layeOi lnr rfian.b .to icli.; spindle The Diinifioiuts turnls!i,l four tote ( I'fi'a bil't.'imntH. erl ivih'mus. . femule vubir, Jin;?e boak, 'ji liy lilmspjf, all tie pifylln(p of an-- ;iqr f.uu;e,rs hold the from Kemtucky In the llusa m&o.lnst rvig'vittN-HNlP- '' dbtott." s. Olive-- Csim'tii. A e wo'iiem rcprqstmlui la Vle ''ta.te?' "The lleast,' f-wriVJl'i' Imt a yea.-ij- f. ciU life wIVi few of Its duties or "ll'-- r I'mslianrl k fUnvi In ,Ve 3v'.s. the Wobb llcmor iUv, while two oth- tirfaj s'.vjjU1 and fM.s.5 c:i.Uw'i 1 aiil ure Ht'iKn .rejirvit(l 'In the oil .if It. telb ot UA-a'- f tho pld cnlger. wji jjilitiin tt? rtiwulWHteH whnro he slttiitli ujinon; ,Uie v,Utjt ot er, SUnl"y and T'lona., TI'e con,ven-leatt- y n Ub sum of mhiiiit 5"affJiJzed our Vyyik'.U'.e? .;i, ycs. , .nirip k ou, liu ipit ten aui-s- . the woild vvltsii u Vv: absjt. ut Cie Saw t,iin .vo uvnion for ilii'ct appjwi-iiii- v In the mfie tells itniKKlei oil anild n h.ifVi'i l'lHza-- ' Alaia Uiffe,ity and "S'io ojiuiiiUi hnr mtAiJi iniioni, lllft, Wlwrt ha a,rt.f rw .1 of lioco:w of Uie Vrin tn'illo nuiltltudes of (her) parade and Li l.mscis and i)!vrlne iioainis if unr n"51'1 Uv .Ilcifi. JliUT nratlfonl, two muVi-.is.' her t.igue b t"io huw (f v,. (3uy bifkt, cit al jila jolltlcHns w'w MP'Miit so Ciciii'IIi. one- - utreuto, weaving beautiful clothing. Dnvcralo ettM, Mttvnptil Ct'oitv'ix j,qii'ji. Mm. I Ili'fi? U,iio f,ill trn,ir to (parsuilo of siuU'J" fTltiR'ed, und fjned $2j. a.il mush s ,'Wirl Ji,re as the ntvs)Ue of tlw old Ar wrnien rarfpcjt(l in tins i'i!ltn iMo'iion the ".Sho lokith Weill t iVif iwoji f Bull .Moose that Vwy shoidd .re- corttn, wli'iv'i was piM. V fune.tVri, ii 'Vhvni.-- ,KJ.IcWy hiihs f!l!ow urtft Jins he.wn Urn ,uood and lu(. ihonoliuM, m, of Jii8lllne by ,pro,:irir Hm OAt(Vi rn.it the Cpi'u'U'i. ,01(3 VIckA. nV. Tvyvlor A 'woii.vi would not main repulaa? dra-wxtlll II k? Vie .w.i)tor, wi, 4i.vs tunnHed our v caie to we .1 ivo h'jr ei,L'.re k'iiim. NViw her fm .Z. nf kllcuvKs.' iiiiid, irekri)rt an liO ir.riui In JV 1ntidH wo nan CKd? wfjfe, Is linnmne ,00111 the mountains, wli,o jhas hotilge,! ,n,- - Uers, iiu 4fKiiiii ojjtr.il o.i lie,r.) "Ilur uhlMren e iiHhe" ,it onl as tmiimlTiy, 2.y, jiiivl Auiiw tirnrl Aie ninnjii ivpiiMtntotl at Vie fliant Wim h mreHtois (for all built qur raIun:uto, family a lm has blesslj lm- - Imvuid' Thcfe a:e many ntrlkihi; ovaiixplfis of ovr" Md ho J. 1. Tiwlor, aw voinflten- .' countA). It l.s evJilsr.t that vit'ien wi(nen cnlurJ t'w p.rlvatWn lit war? rf flnruitlnn 'prabeit,h hqr.'i tee value of goi .roads. Wherewr ConiMfi. vs. I,. & X. ill. Co.. nla or'.upy ,fie,se JiaJJs n'de by Aro upnten ,rrnrpvnl(jil .by .men an lde .with Ofi?.s, .who Jus JbrtrrUuM ,tlie coinptia.-noad,s have iv-ejKiriiutnoiuly ilninnveil oif "ti'ie layuii lier tp t"io ilrvlle, tuJto' tJid flntd Ji'i.iln feMeii Why, moil give liar a more liberal mqn'whfm the ,w!rs ,a'.e niriy veto el air In euUions, ,wiio has unveil onr an,d her tlngfjns It is foiu.n1 tint t,!re lvv hef.n n. ,lirld tIie lUitaV' vct n'mnri. ,v.m. .I,. & K ill, It. Co., itiwo deal 'tlun aaiy Juiy of voiiien xpud the huaVHifl'H-wli- en o,V rs'ie ifqr Wie qont'monta by marvelouri injirlne ,riv a bit It. She lajTeth rreart Inqreae In Vie .valua of n'if r.S; of ii 'Ak jyid oa I'l, ca'Os, (jive her. war MhJtih men uiuit flj;hU--lt Is evi- hounds, who Jias with infinite 'viought pn,d rf 0iwPMrty. awuUed Uie Prime jM Inlsttj-- . ' "Sho dUni.ljfi 1. repicstrittcid im t'li'e tienci dent I xy Viat wlie,n ti's cme: al(iut, a,od buckjbriklnff labpr Aro winie.il can,syiptJ look4'h iw. jto iionfiufcl., Nt? .The foiMcwnKB Ji'iry tinlals Jwve (ban o,f he.r entire Our jv'v'i"' to ifvt Ohio iTounity fairmei' tage ai'id ntatus qhartges. the' astoiv!iJilng aflparnjtun of filvJMza-Vo- bit America? T!i(y know t'ut (theiy p,re. of It; n!ie uMill ifof st(!i (Hom flLnrve our last J. fy (Are Viey a.tfpre,sentqd U in nUse Jpas tobicto aril (niOireoliosH. dWinrtirrd in ,the 'reiU She .tihen hctoniM tJie peuiuilany 'iliead anl Oi'.l (that b woriy. iip.o-lat- e . Htoretary and pnVpth winiskea-" In HKvoTipient, and whp rKw5rtaJvb (n Thai 1, p,vovlded tictia coavnand Ws'i G)isro-- .vs. 1. p, Jl." It. Co.', ntln.u-wl- ; deipartments of titoutKintf an-- iilhltojuiphy? af the liouse. 'nier ihuslwnd Is knwww ,lii .Vie Jupii's,' ms: 1. C. n. at. Co., Ajli, yes. J. fttcee wideir Up ,Wlbn IdminVttra-(itHfre n Ohio ti'ie 'wife Jias ra dqivttr l: Vie jpreflcince of t aW wecy-lnf-o piii-- i 1 Vensttf U. ii, ilowever, If' tall farm ptiiots go oort,niv4 wevy plpce,f jreaj enta.t diodes, hpVltng up, harpy .hands; wyfiry the convnunlty, j, the imoUcqdrtte of J,i Yris, ithat pUq'Jl JeJVow, main, la tfierp an, doctili ,the houseiiv. 5lanv'in illlUu" nl Civnmoinwaiilt!i idTtsjl.liiis for her. In body an tfl tie level and borjtom, God oply knows by. U'ie,hu,sbandln ownoJ ,j lnSni h otiv, nilivniR work, jlle pondiUi Ivb bifu-r' AMorriey 11,' o p. IUpku rjY1"! J,i tb atiprvsente,d( AV'ien (did Uie rase bs- - fix mo uu,?p Initerft. ,Hp can seM nvci-- taa1flMna)nj'es ;tlmt die Is I'jiwtb wHX jpu'ean do. lniee)j a Ulni; pf 11W Hapqrkylity.. .' S Vi.Ir fprcs In. Owpuboro ,TiviJ(y, a) (ho has tree from dii.lded? V,hun idld our 4n,tqr(nt wICs ijlaim, tOljamf. Ttho. j).la.ln old fellqw 1 tn1 Oh, yeji, fie We utavTtiur jlwtne Uhls wijimcm (ffTii'Vl'-fib the.tr iwn bci joins hvic1? Thb jjeverance af s Huve on,'y Ci'ie f iKSia4 Wli.fi rAeas- - tat, .vriio, has, fJU,s'nt tfie blopdi- - biubtiwi ' Lt&sue matrt.iwi nno! of a'ie ipl.rt IL ani treat, arvl , homp nrere area.'-y- i aint. of. tfie rij)-ld- , Interacts Is not a leassrlni? sumcil t"3 &;!!) hu), y war JxkVoti, e,ho jferad In f he election or OUIe ' Jujnve-- t 8Ta.tr, tn toihuir 'dnyp-t- be days ' syncitom. cnwntfi to cmteir the mrfpa of Vie In treniihes wlith hlmsetif-iv,'- ip fa ffimes Of our inoOvftns, whim RAn p tee SenfUie, a,tM hiW flqht tn t'ie was no Fiylng Men Fall. or, paace ami ln liouns pt irtroi.oe,rt0r Is ji'at irrun ir4nrese,rted lh the l.0fne? WllN'AdiUalbc stnitigJe jw.hie tle(-f- l i ,no has daimor tor Vie bal'ot. Is Uie affaln.Ht .tg'ie ta'w to ttmm laM hpmp vlctinls to stoma cl), 'livor and kldiKV Yea, viirl-)-nof eot)M for und by lib ("o jiiwl ets.tc. S9x kvdin. Tiie leal iu to"in fdl unnleid duhhcjsj,"or as kdojx is In formex the tfuppfew, a IVtuor Cium otli-- r tnaubl,(is i UcnVe Jiwt like othr peiople, wUti like aaoujt her. . Is not she represented In t've fi'.ute? of the b,lood, iw'lo Itifi npj-- men. WWfr: lajto dry tomiltony. ,Wle ija fon results In loss of appellte, baokaclie, ne Yea, by Jymband , an.l, Why, wlien wornen aot Vie l(iHq In ri-- Amrriiawi eiily, niid . Yes, I rtnrraehi aJiIa, ,n . " ni3nneili,ti "' is . m ln,ls,Vr llw VQUnt, lvoaxluic.lve, and lUnal, fbtle34. Urn lh erf, Oot'oradp V, ljpk iniinry ,yec-- s ilfjr tfw Tier has .led for and fficUng. nut tivene's no n,eotl u. ttia edttpr. .U a olttoniuJ He b TrjiresrtUti In (Vw iwyt oy Hxid, wwrnen to istiv Vie natuant winan WQiin, htm wlio tn Alntpim b Bo ye In pUe o all, I aaj-- y,at IE tfio vxwttan he uffeivfl ,t'ie iftq'.kiw'Ux? ftcvi3t : to 8"ol Jlkte AhAt as T.i X. P.aub.las,Uenry. oas pX siiiP('lor sex na'aV)ty-vi- ix te. T.v) unavailing oiing uried .Co ivote yaOanrt lomonlH hnr t,hat n Jury (uf pflrtra ftvkmw of America resily' desire tho "T mvs him Xrom builm.Tticy, (aver. TAn,n., (proved. "Six hqtUes of Eleptirlo ailarttfl to tliq jrulni'nanee of Uie Viom by Vie 1ia.?kload. U ,ww merely him) will nlrt beiVe.ve him f.vlic a ualio. they m.ust be co Jl, i,rl I Utt In lite prayer libtiraAlj-- . i!V" ,vf IlldtMrs" he write,', "dhl mo,: ito womaji b lnolved. utnti U anotiher fivJl'iiJdwl to ,Vw elec'ja.-aC- e. h.vn, though should not fajnn Jn i tie way' of ,)helr stnenHtih and sool AHPUte than him tron Att'itlr uid Um evoy Jtt,ni nw rifi-I bVt1 hew us Vie uiu!e pf Mie he" fcnows tjulj well that In piurt and nVoiution. um. ioy She U riityteui'.efl li the riuile by ofi d(isjra u ni'd nui Jiiete liioCJ. all dUk.it Htomooh Jietikodlos I usjtfJ." .jo of ivewo .of .wMoli jiou cm pnan. out of itt kfie b quite u of now. I liave dons.. of Muporlor, pecunloiry and oorittrajiliraJ IwnMe ypw they help everybody, lis folly to auffr To awe hibn fjoni 'IVu o!,l who Urlnss dome V:e di'.ssJmu.'oi'.Ioiti ois 'ilmnelf. bjnnuvnJantwl U the )iiH.'itemiice of i tii!n1y on que cortfTpondence of wjm.n tills grpat rmealy will .help yon Vie HUte. Th,oiK u no bmliVir ivniV-vl- o eu.b( out of a kettle W(t no in I.ffi me stfve' you u plsaure of a fcriu TnHei,. matllw colds Van CWim.be.rm.nX the tfl'Ot, and a?nd )t In f frnly lh train Uve first dose. Try it. Oitly S and fills t with klndlln v,VJiian. as e fr Cuur, Koin wuj', nder. AU tfils Is 'do (llvjne oi,rr in HoJmoll edy. It affta a' naAuro's plan, psUle. T &xve him ifrani mU7vkes ooats at all druugt'bU. jrvlljt- wAVi these ymjp.atrirv! fPhce riOiiiw !n rt'ie eteniu;. The o!d fellow day, an1 a.sted drtnm to Vie dajw of our vio iunv-tfien, bury hVu. Dead peopje a)n t! (njy Mi V ojwrw .t!e n Mrqtlonp. al.li A liip-fttonor tho sturdy ft poi- sriy of.ar nialie JnWakts. oin he none. 'Wve iraBe U mjvitlvalb' who pays for .the food and heojt and own mothers. c.xp.otqru.Von; and nlni; and ")rosfr,viciyf has bw:n utPtin'l ato.i, B)Tjit,.i rvs up the livuiran3e pre-Soipmpn 8iyi: ( o a 1wlthy GiaeJly-followfiTonmJ.by a fwm at 4Vv rTraticJi by tip Unltol SuUm one-- Oi the oye of lllrn'" before fnfin a fsCit, wlo puts cwrtntion. ! "Who wn find a helpful woman, for "HisJe pcr femafe, .pv . mu,is, wtd :cMlo-iall- y - Bureau of Chemistry. Ltioru U (wltn TmUs , , like )io baa enough. wcvey fevtal, Deajorii, t"Jl U comnieinl.Ula the a dertr,tiniait Kiitn,ly lliicxffn.'U and i Time Down to Days of Our Mother IrjiKte is Shown. If. wim far c.vr.jct. s.j fo.r n'J s..iijnir ahe pnlit!tK, of tne nv.'r.rn.nn.t, who nisbt n lieu,-liIts bunion, con.eiuetly I bo fi,-.l- i in' ha.e b''in''!indi(l liiijn'.u on Vio ir.t'0rnji9 pv-l.n'ir- ., but I aisj.'ne u'lmi fie n,Vlitl'' to li(m Aiy A Truidill tVny with honest Success in business goes :hat m Listen! Veve got sense enough to know fr dealing. tr' trxrUi .Tm-'.i- ell Hlvr 3 Cli-cul- sin-tii- uei'ii-sjU'- t'' . n noce-!urH- nt y, su-ces- s - - - - y, i.e-- Gen-jw- al y . slnbr can-Ads- tir; tl-- -n has the greatest reputation of any American, because he never lied. Truthfulness and fearlessness made him the leader of our nation ln war and ln Deace. George the Third caused the separation of the United States from England because he demanded an unjust tax. In our business ve have followed George George the Third. Ve have nevermlsrepresentedanythlng we have sold and have never been afraid to carry upright merchandise, and have never asked unjust prices. Ve wllfsell you ten dollars worth for ten dollars. George Washington y n o'phi-nulo- ' " w-- 1 cipe-.:tfv- s: .qu'-stjo- n 'e e CARSON 6c CO. id uiwlc-flnt- Hartford, Kentucky. ts fcl Scir-Vl- tf .- 4 our hlK'.i-prlce- d lJkle," ti: einr(-)iiq- l .lmpo-sJbilc- . wi ld 13 ' Jlt - 4d Xem-iin- ht pt fi, hr if, t iv ear-4).'- mt W."!-neml- I"r; b.il-Ipt- Aor-all- y 1 lii-lsao'- f. Jt' Jw .rl, iin-.- ,jy-l(- 11 iklnd-nri- )it , Bron-tloi- esM-xi'is- 1 ,,. e asa 'nus-ban- a-,- pfi-ti- , '. . riii-'e,?- . nt il Uw hr n. 4' o. sa-tes.- In-,f- . y fta;v-IA- on w lCinti(;ky-"Apiil51i!o- prfiV-iica- juj o--a- rrit wk to-d- i fl wo-iim- i. dint '' run-dow- fc.: dl tte fl a. puej "" '... ZS? jit inan-yi-ann- kal cibje nii -- uhtf n "wmm fmFwsmijnBhma!!&wmrimi mvm van hjijb, . V jttMiiA,JkAM A' $12 '0 0,omi,t $M $S1S at Kiln". I r v.,n, ap-- 1 po Lest We Forget", WE WANT TO REMIND YOU -- Onr lot of VUji), $150 an tl.uu Siob fw a Tilr at I'dur I.ilW Kuw ltit ly SO t'ry dlil S 1 n w m.i g n, t,'ie to 2, In fa nr of jto wxyl U UnriifuTfl. y fa 13 Down Si'e. Postmaster 12. I'. Tioior. of Xtixm, win tfluuaUnff .tMsIni'p'a iMtrnfyby. V Ho-ali- fiw i!I".rt-tc- ,siH w,ts iiiJoyJ auJhncs 'j'lfln iiiuv o"Jrn' Uifs bet nr by ' l y!itil nl t until hojio-fwihrri they jiTitlie twill Viim ituvl vpn l, fli-c.- ilj kx", (foy pitm V't-q rvlli-r- l a fom tie l 1 qlittniipio is of TV for Ijwilsvllle Wvkly And Tihe n K,uUi(.kv PARCEL POST 49 t Up- - Un.rt.fonl $1.35. rm- UpbbllMn, one Siml all onVrs to T,t dlartford, Ky. OFFUU-iT- he Ivvuli-vfi'J- e SI'HCUl" CL.i;il Hwnld, THAT ONLY- - 2 More Days Remain for you to avail yourself of N the kV Big Values That Fair's Are Giving During Their IP 5L COME DOWN SALE. dally, find 31 le llaiiVrd UepublStrwi, one ycnr twA for cioo at Jwvl, Airjl 3J, iMtiy 1, 2 aivd to Wii'ngaflce. Svifl prd-- M p7Keown irid ilaTjR'.itcir, Bliss 3, and finishing touhps a-- 4 tvw Ualni: Mrv. C. e (rofljnani. Uxft?p((lrn. inothtsr, Mrf. put .to the flabo-atAlice, vlsltud tlio liave beejn jnndo Hiliy, In Owenfbojo list week, return-In- g allj lov mutli oad ra(, llrom o.U'y point In fie stfite on ap- jti'vJ frst of wek. aount of it'ie onnvuitlon and fin abund r. Itavmor V. T.nilry. Varfifr I" ance of irnrt lew t'lon SOW (teaiiieir jHteh School at Qrasnvflle, fpiant tlw U nntlcj()itefl. A jjvclnj Invitation )m Saturday nmd Sunlay liere wjiti'i his ben given to th hgIidoJ trustees pnl Mir. and Maa. ,V. 8. iTlnc?leiy. baKiyls of eduction mesnibeira of ,tli Order your magazines and periodicals to attorrjl ond nil t'.ie eJiucai'iom In effrom J. Xoy Foster, Hartford, K'.. fort tajmrpve Knlurky's schooj sys- and not only a,vw money but patronise tflin. Numanoius sftvakerp pf fnf(tmni homo people. Catalogues ready tor att- prominence are on tho proprajn. One, ribution. of the plotting ffiauriefl will be an Sailing and erchlblt sfi"om ru-an,d city nhpoU. ErtgravAd orr printed busings oa'dfl can be liaid upon shoit Thts will iyver 'eiMeryfthilinjr Xrp(m of Vifl hondlworjc of the mtmu-a- l notice by giving your order to The Ifcintford, Ky. Prions and ltTPUblloan, itralnln? afaudrvtta to avhlblta fixm t've Do' Co,rn Clutrs. All 3osai(0(n3 WH' samples gially furnished. ne,w FJr.t ld ,In t'W masnlCIctin WANTJiD Ilelkable, enargct'c man to luo sill Lubricating oils, abases asvd pnin'-- ChrWlan Chuioh, a nrjatelous it)oom of sisWe ex- h pfVflce having briem In Ohio and adjacent counties. Salary qluslveily ifar the sqhofll lepJUblt. or Commission. .STETiSON OIL CO., ClntJand. O. , Offlpqis (of the Kentucky itJVifMtlonal A'swla'iloin , nepo-- t that fie (t'Jiq'icl. s of Via sti,te have rvn uroii?(d a Wvi anmuoJ setMrVxn njor before of Vis Anwlatlbn which Is to he )isM ,U jryir ilm l.qulsvllle. TJie rfate is or YOUR ORDERS Will Have Our Special J IS Attention at-as- p t's During Our s, ! CLEARANCE SALE. J WE PAY POSTAGE ON ALL J al PARCEL POST Orders and Guarantee Delivery in st Air. S'a.n,hoi" i w.'io Jia.s Don't let them slip away without seeing the many things we are offering at money-savin- g prices. Remember this and that Buclclf-n'Arplol Jjintsh piles In any farm. It (builds 7ln .HertBaAver Diim, visited sjon ubduras this Itching, Irritiitlon, In- . ford SunJriy. flaniniatlon or swolllnc It gives In gettfng a sp"-cl1V,e are la Hanaro 'lnvdtas ,Joy. OiicpAet neialar of offfr for The Dolly Lflj,!uivUl jllor-al- d bun?!,', bolls, utcflrs, outs, bru!s8. ec- and The Hartford Uepubllai.n one acpna, pcaVls. pimples, .skin, ertupftlon. 'l for only 12 75. T,hla prlqj Is JO Only 25 cents at all druggists. cento lo,wir than any offer mjis bejfore. s work are two things ben doing mfl pieejlmmloll mar, joy and plVs. Butt MlU at tlu Famvps' jVtftm Tliiqne , L.lt,tlt, at) 0.rn.bp o. Are Ever at War. e,vteTlaHJngty ,t ON Remember DAY. You can take ad-- St W Jk Salve mtUl com-lor- d, al advantage of oar JJ: It Pays to Trade With ,a House That, J r- Saves' You Money. the "ilwrt-toNotice. UeoubJlcan one yvw each for pnlv To reduce my stock of Wihpn-- t Bran, 12.75. Offer iWlll not' last Kn,S i aend Ifi and Shi p Lu. I Willi up ,to and Includtiiia office. 1hls ing your mibncrtaUon t February J5, J913, Rell lit" as follows: jxcH pfl nwr Is ppan to old as , Ton iota Lp,utsvMle Dally JSanaV' and nl - , 1.000-l600-l- Col, Jpfin O. liJ,iy. ! p iias bqsn fined to lite room tor seie.ral These irlcjeB ojfie for Spot Coqh. now able To .onve ilp1n to bljs qfCt-- e ,. ,' , W. E. EL.1.1S. for n. f"W JvOiUrsjjiiiVxy. H)ienr, he Produce iMorohunt. ' i Is not jet (Me ,lo walk ,bnt ,(ry litHartford, Ky. tle and Jvm to cwmie tp fofvn In a Second uoot below tobacco factorj-- . Ron wpekju Isl lots lots $J exceptionally low prices by Par-1 eel Eost as well as by attending iji St . person. f $1525 $ 7.73 ' ve-h(- te km rle 1 V Hartford )?epiblican. fjuaay. M. H. 1 r,EajituAjiy h. E N. Xailroad Time Tabic e&ni t Hartford, Ky. UM ctitttlTe MowJay pi L. Pff Auc. zut N. 112 NorUi Bound due 7:19 a. a. daily except Sunday. Mb. 114 North Bound du 3:4 p. m. dtOJj exoet Sunday. No. 116 South Bound due 8:45 Ik m. dally exoept Eu&dsy. , No. 113 South Bourxl da 1:46 p m. dally exoept Sunday.' H. E. M1SCHKE Agt. Gvt iOut VfllemUrKS at iKIalit'. Wj TaJif Mnwis, 3'r at FalnH'. ti'w 2Jc nuaUit.)! lrjcy Volk, l'Um 4i1-n at Kuli1. 12 at 5 i . fi u,nble?uJitl IXpiesittc, Oa.y 'i tvuvunluy U the lart Kuni ItiMin Sal. of ,' nmd llrs tth IulV' I'D tiJufO. JCnlt IV" at Milrs'. VJa at Pnjvts,' iTla: . MujlraH; uioWi, q, OA'y 9c now A. Fajas', Pi was am ffffh WViU)qdiny. jjon't H1 (to ppe tfiis CnCJMJ Wjkot ball fjajuo at" ilan'fonl J3nlg" Wjil' fnUar liftvp aflc4 wbpr Oipy jtavUltf, llH to , side. Wo(W. was j fr. Wat Uilley. of a. plesanit caJJer at Tto IMpuWcan ' . MoadAy. Is Giruodyt or uremUIe. JkRai Iufw KatjS PtinJWon "W iswewt of iM'' tho tlim. J. JiMh J afpccWl lid ml- - qulVr fljt t0 py -- of-ft- ' Otto C. ilwrtln sjeait w,lth' Ji'ls. wlt ami lUaby, rwVw Bun-Ma- y ro 'visiting at Illflli81)d. o itjijn ' aider ulbje 4v"HcUi! Uaeitavllle Jlliuhl ptfor ' Tie Oir mat lv vorj' tone, 'so scfid will office na (julckiy as pos- - ' I forXat our v.hil .orter for the s louIvUle JJaJly HerfJd and Tho sUe-Btvx'A 'r w publlflVJ A n I'ng Pf SOJtr - ffl iv' unW' "" tl'ie. prpuri h - avR4ita la pa.U f ft J"w ,mom-Iork leflt thfim U SutarOiy ! 3r, and Jlrs. Wrlw hud aro ftjvural RtrAs.wid or in tfJul,vJt ni Mr. aaJ "MnT'A'.'W'itt .Waorfiwwid r W (tihat afuv tp rrttwyv ,to M'iV whJJt. , , u , pll0i'no ,4 e . ' j Tlw tiwbUoaii recaKied enfena4.MmJ Indian Killed c n Track. . . Jii. i. 1 ii Nqar Ttoo)vdle, 1U., an Indyin w,eaxt to nvuilcaVOAS Jot iWpresrBtirJi .wex, .which o nonld ihavie used, .hsw aa lUjiarold-- j sleep on a nalroad traiok and was killed mahhlne by tliejfaait expreas. He paid far hi liable to our. Jjrrofype 4 v r'A " xfrv aV'$i . fV v MSjMFjMSjTJMBSjHBHMIMIStStStiiiiMliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii A no,t louitrpu. Next w eik' tuV" rtf (Oie-ajai cojieoisuness with 'his life. Ostein Its wJU r pub,W8lneid, and t fiope poimiai.q way wjien people neglect couKhs and a)3rldpit9 'Wi'll ociour oh pneisfi W, aiti.v'y u c Q'vovipbj, Oc Q,t iFains.' LeciUStf Dian'it "risk ytturllte Viw prompt flay, aVtr. puslnoas irtan;, do jioai jie-jUse of Dr. King's Niqw TJIacoiieiy .will U. S. Carson jiays cash or Xura. Adv any nrlqtlnjr 9on7 If 37u do Wus d3 cum itham and ao prav'ient a damaqrous supply (yourself (nrttli it for you. We loan, prhvt. jour letter throat ox lung trouble. "U.oqrnpleJtie'ly' Be wise wJ rlng Gjrtstbam Heads, Baveibpes; lilU'Heojaa.StatemcrUs cured pne, In a short tjlmje, o;f a terrible eorno of XVUre' 12 . I fBills, ' Tlypewrittien lietitiajis. Bale Books, oo,u3h that followeVl a aqVeoie ortftowk of ilVatts, FVy)da.da, rwrltes J. ItnArt v.'i.i boutilU of iJiut 3V: iLlrfr Circulars, etc., and print (Hhom jrfe'-- t Grip," As wiltlh yaUtj next nejc, "and 1 eg&unod 15 Ro,uiiid(i .n on .it ValM ..,-- ... .. v . -- . k. lHlln -- ... Rllft? fTho nfLM at right iprloeis. Try r, j weigjit tiat I had last." Qukk, safe, . cpd. icU at Tito iwpubliopa ric. JS 3. T In Ufnoior polumn oXUiis (Issue i reliable and guarajnnae. 50c and $1.W. A llmftd quajnUly o,f $13.00 Jiaid.l'' announpemVt of our special ulubblng Trial bottle lree at all druggUta. , . T.he prlqrj ljo yoa Giooka u ," affeir with 'thp Laultf)U' Daily Jleflald. , Is S.OO (9.SS and $U 03.' MMW e reoelved jTnUrdiiy. FVr f. E which IWp (Vie Ijome wtj out itpoUrbt by tpf only we flr atte Xa Qftar the i r 'ilHn goInK to tlw basket ball Ra,tne Jia'jwen tcrclial pirlcje at TliotAWllo?" al"! tfie , The Girl Born in February. f rvnJ.lv Ontrl S?lt- - and JIW)tila("d, JlnmJd. one Jvar 4oaxih. lo eld or rsw fluhsarlbiejJ for j$2 75.f 'nuls Is Vou 8,'iouM be ojie of Uq nlfnboifi of fi'flty cents Kss Ckui i tf i4 regular yoU . Uijj CenC(rad Xlat wi'ill Via,t '1 oluboing price.' iam,? tonIht. tral The Itipubllcan Is .In reteilpt of an pu kn,ow Do at l'lailrs' ave sslllnj on t(he tobacco Vnwe laan,'d?rm'3 $15 00 Stein's Suits fo,r exceSlint c.o.'nmunluatJan Tim I'ebuuiny 'gW prill Mil, ns tt rul?, Vjtiuarian,i,vvhlc vvas us for $3 93 jdjUrlriT tlialr Kum Doiwm Si(l? " n Jiaipy Ji any Jsq'ia.ted iar fHMdel I Owing to the fplnt ,ti'ia,t fils life, illcf na,lup-- j dtioaniln aoclajl CqntinU CMy Uvsket (baST" taim will Is unsigned, and acqorihiifj to and sie vvfll oe pVojnlricit In p'ay against it'ie JfanjUfo;nl (teafn liloiip to- - Jittr jrukp ,V(f ltli! offk;? vve iavie fj knrv Wo In one way pr ompUipr. S,'ie iV?'it. tuid ra aiia ot1 0'liV tt tht nanvs' of qctntrlbutors p,f uch aiMIUei delights In it,lie iKlUei'y an I clipaigfitul-ntrgnnie. before piut(ng. iliovvevar, no niiiMj will of a ci'j'y crowd, ilt Ifi3 (rwnl ' ,Ve ilT iwrslved a mumfuy of orle'" be tsUjinxl "to the o,rtlcle tf ithe vvnilt-- .r congtinlal. Daily l'iald nnd tor The so deslrieH. We liope to Mur finom t'je crt'- She emJojfS ibulfr.r-- d and ispalil tfi nn,d T.'ie IfoxuU'lnifi writer of the article inpnitVetneid, and Pf WV" lualbi, Uw Urtufnr. W' offer mf $2.75 fpr iboth. tj th.?n sltall be elad to nuUUah Mv nr Ufe. Hr. Jfijnw Lyons Iiiap aofA ills MeHh.'-rlTriyJ sfeMHiilda of t)lie .lUnntford In bnwlneBs Vfo tlio Klirimn' fe1 5 In Hie Hartflqrd fliKrory Co , lu 1"'e .'tt',0"uld Cliurrfi ,huve coinplcol a oiavjs not nearly us wvvewSful o hfs inxrfnor, Cnt. A. iD. Wt'ilte Jvvho vote of tfia Mliujcll inemib'r,i''iip ia to f piitlvltv;. lines Ue in liiuatartw pit tlip styii wfU twirttlnue wjSV-tetUe Hajntfca-- d oonsrre?ii-t- n b,$oauue s've s up?, tisffrfnliv wr i eiiiur,ii stand. si'iooJd hold Oielr sarivkra at Uw Site, w a 3jd pnH3 rf iroiMn'w. f at the and fAven a fair lnrome, wiU mpJ'.e Dr. J. 8. iVnHUi loiit hte lis'd-pc- e PiTbj-f- irtan Ciurvh, Instend on tlif 5'i o,1 qmlnt V ii,ld. AStr a collate pwvis moj-- of tt 'an' mny Jtie;ra as . oTieim to "do Jiva is eVJnuated of. $2500, iwj'xlch v)Q(e fthe result j'ocid 60 rtf J8 In ttn-itiann a for Harmony, would bo emfeqtly tiifvpr1. no Jr because her f Is coOvpd by $1,500 iftwurapce. "Tlw tl' rvlces oit )iie Pxesb,terlatT ecAgn1irn pavepty did wt' btqome aoVW stX111 nn.tur.ef) of. Hbea- jqop,.1r Im? tmmm of fowling (wjlfi her Innttricitlve tfrom n q"ivi'Ph. Np chKimixp ..wi'ijl( 'rnadiJ, ivw-- c Is thpiug)i(t to havpon'biaAed wiaixwy conglal to 'her ofn,."ttss at tho ivaiue ot money and at.hor fac-tp- or Vie would aTJil he oonUmt . ' Idflfeot'Jve fo- V' 8un,lay, IDirte aiwy b9l ohd mutuaj bmvAt iwill ohovv her Iww ly, uni'Jl aflVR In i "TVid iFebm'airy luifa inaure aw lias a3cplted the oniiCeir wi'fl be Svrt'iTd. mony Juq'. pl&rf . On fac.t. home .ywAOj wv.09 9iJJW. Mr. Manvln to spend Ciha smaC gmd wiwp tio pjuitak qf ty le ray nvHUcp of mruiagieir of'thp OUrto qown may be ild iihi !ie will) alwayx iThus tlei Hbnunry Kn lYVR'a arl "wMeilis aA te ami botili of .uinrpl'Krw rpaico poms pr n!oisar,t as tt Saa be possAblHtf ty Drug Qwviany, p ifiH thja (vacapcy. ra'ns of ilrer (Feibruary of ftSe iko nxjnth.'wjhflo th? ' pawrrt ot (Htp afso- is upf3laiiy ihfjjppln-wS.' SajndeirB, vfio (hafl of Mr. Htirlvsrt 1.ye tonJnoy to ttf JmiciTi aro fui foillowi: W. F. AcVn. made. 3Wt f" M.?riodWi I. W. run in dolt fo- - fn ue,tWns tfiajt la wpity tunViS In itliiit heir nature flndw de Lwtlt.to I) faxjvJ.alrrptJbaiiarattt-3- dtccertl a sios(tlon as fira,oUng k4w 59, VaWpaf-- W not atve, Urol Hitalty io do, is o.t ts-Itejh,!, in alipple (tlvings. man for ithe Bourbon Itqrtiedy po., of AUcl. 55, owl BapUtj O. n?d,sd bo cofnplfj'e the acilieone ,of "" paint. Uexlm(3t(Qn. i i a, iocIaUst fiiml MeriioVis'l rtiftfn o,r of cjitqitatnjmeint. (bqcpMse reau'io Wl fabrirs p.' Wl'y, E. B.iiiT, K tVe Pal,r la,w l ' Qt V. C. ,Hoi:ker. 6, Dirnchrwt and Mi)Vr dh Ti'ie JJuaipj jrlrl V eg. ta W- docB noit car tar utionoy An itrlf. 'feflfW for coVr' iMiiter Cleveland 1V. only , haipnantaus. and wtt WW104 an--i wbasi ok .. CumV-rn,uslclan, - fapclfda tO, PlVJiSlYHlv Iler,'jwihp jl only for what cap be fieri t,th t. gi.il Mr. and Mm. J. C. fien dlst! JI. lWir ii3im-fitwilt Slvw hir dMWhtrf 'l aiauVi llrv-- -. H. Decno-(jvnatiure nuuh ihuaIp as Hiat ot fiaks-Oto- 'ai 'Thla, 'however, ia one of HI v&rfi4 ftviii ajvl the 'pas .hoaix4-U- o inoy wiir' unijUr' ple)11ld-lyKijn- d and BapUbtj W. F. Nqwoa)n. -- 1. Of wfiloli it Icajn be prcfllcted ithp.t (fieri tliAy come .to fl"""1 ' & of apcnd't'ls, is ffJlt.tintgV1 (She Is ilr,U,-es- ted wot. (s.1 lvn''').iUJ,t i.vrtiUi,u ,X pwj slgPii of fi. (B.inly rpove)ry. nYvrpstop ani Mot,KndiW; J. ,H. qva9-m,- will g,e'iradly have mouqy. Somfl ipW-p- nelg;,ibolrhood or ' f.,1 and In people as faoulty seVjm to Jiae a myatijilou 37, fiiopOalst land Baptist; I. A. r jj opepi-Vonivlu inasA olj'W .oiC wire madfl it'i-o- r pifhey" ,t Uicfn as a magnet (to ,t)hoi9 wtjo ja,ttraqt lvcr. m does. of dra.wvlaa but at sJgrw of lmp-o-i pnwit h KUnmrt, 36, 4Itubrcajn iAml tliey are Ignoranjt pr oulllvivW 35, IMifliijt , ojnd drews iian; ;tiiey nlay" mot cuam mur.-l- l Idea was o.bandon'il. J. H.'lAdillnaton, BlVs pf Ah the-be milxd Awtler, d.fWt thsmfMiieg, but Fon Rent. y Jlv. SaUlV, a student In Vaindflr. M.M',iodWt. 1 WJt to be. vv'wlt w'wnUi.'-. up witfi WcfUttiy p,"opte In Mni way oi The GDWnvJlle'baaliet bSMearn.'W.hlcn b'lt UpJ,vrHy. lh.w ocCfpted JtPio (fuv Tho V.. Wayue Ellis fi4-"caU Iw'iitrtf. Uvi people fiVurw'ay iV!d, ather and control' money 'because of jthcl ulxty-fU- e tq-H7alt)h Ujt .HHir'-f,j-- difeaVsi Ow.insboro ofJflH'- Jrkwns pf f'io Merfkoi'tt tuif U to be avn "Cly'ns iiwmvl Jlke use It. W of l tHO miles vviwi. Itevc(ril T, IV. p'iiyed apjJnst tlie JluvrJord toam on land, tnaJte a--i a Ivsn wjltli heir iliwd put orf." Sli iwOiUjld slrl i Tlio Fihruurs.' rtlg.M at this rVn In tjlw clo-to acr-- i cjea'tut Mr. J'Vnfir. a n,doe Heal jwife for tt wealthy JUfV. but lr doep , not fity 'ktsVy t'Us (Ci'ipilsu ao,l tiardMt tauty vne pf BtoulVy anl qalVJy, ..twitJ ucretJ In n(ejBlhr d nod wa-klvit-31 ver iwRlSJiirM. Ajt q'ro rfid oi t'i lie weru o. iman wiho did not IkivJa? ilia.1 puslorVU wri-- k tieSv, "P1 and. fine .vv.itfti. Fortnriiw, aipn nja h U viW-J&ahe would bo exceedingly Miihuppy and 1 not rtVT ior fjrst Wt H look'Hl HIV KV HCifriM hsr ho ivwlU 9 iJiWy iWti'OTt vl by ifti Hai-t-W. H. EW4S. I I has nothing whatever ,V do. goto? diwn In defeat, b'lt in jwcli n'martlage. M qSiTSU'cp, wtiXV. 3s'll!-- ill'ar-rlv- p bioy Tho produce M it. whttii Sim fJiouldvoVl. .fc'lUritrjoid, Ki 4ulf coiimenritil Vie Cyi io otlmr hand, If rfio marriol tyi Jlnntfpi-- d Vls wvsk urijl fiU fill wiin tfv iopW w?o 'iw alW8 lS!n ' only nvaiiiiat,i ,WW J loml boyjj smed (to fa flilql (wMth a uvan of tjUe ;gu,iaj- - avpp!(-"w- i htre piunjta iRosenblatt'si PKTlTtTlTP:lT4ai -? . J k j ra tni rr Ia - Iedison; RECOROSl I 21c lnn It -- Ka-lla- . - and.Lc: I E dis Aap-gi- jat JopLior-tunit- y, I I I I .We have sold dozens of themisihce thesale began, and, we' have Jots wa,ht apy of them left but if you hadibetter hurry. This is the' last time, we' will sell them this 'jK IB B S. H chea'p. -- inH ii tt crt IV!. Hnil-miibl- lc st I frt win'pir The Reliable .Jeweler, KENTUCKY HARTFORD, ftornqt-rarsj."- B iJB 1 H fii. flw-Tih- e .Ilo-Jis- ni't-Idne- l- ra ixt " i, '' '3 ias. . ,1ind W, . i PnrW'is d-- fn J. nw-sh- ine Oait! X te ie Propa-a,tloi- n, mat; p, fil',''lJ,,' ymP-tilrat- o I plnl (xi.if I - sn-r- r 1 at d, .l.ji,!. oyirl fltnfto w - Fl-1- et H undfl-tffin- '' f1 C! d,Ar1'i-outbulldlng- nt A - auid nlb!. ' 7., Vl34p;apW1t', nWW. - J FROM LINCOLN'S GREAT SPEECHES i ooooo CHARM HARD TO ANALYZE 'Ha Descrip- A hrahantLincoln Q DvW.J.LAMPTOX lts Presence Easily Felt, but IIAVU VOl'H SL'ITS Directory County Ohio V. Jllrkhead, Judfie; Hen U. Itlngo, Attorney, W. 1'. MMklff. Jailer; U. a. Ilarrnas, Clerk; 1". L. l'u-ll- ., jih a"jsBsr.striia. at tion Will Be Found a Thing of Some Difficulty, Over half of our American girls work. They stand behind counters, bend over machines, sit nt desks, and march, militant figures. In tho procession of Industries that seem to block the road to girlish grnco nnd nnd freedom from enre. Ono woman who has worked nnionp nnd written books about nnd found inspiration in the working girl says that charm sometimes drifts down, unawares, n thing ephemeral, n gift of tho gods to the girl who has had to work so hard that she has had no time to think about her lack of beauty. "I wish I knew wherein charm lies; but I don't know, nlthough I've studied it and tried to analyze It as much as most folks have, I suspect. In books, in pictures, in people. In places, I've met many, many kinds of charm: but I've never been nble to say Just what It was that charmed me. Certainly It was never mere beauty, nor mere Intelligence, nor mcro cheerfulness, nor mere kindliness. I've seen beauty that bored, and listened to cleverness that repelled, nnd met with cheerfulness that was Inane and with kindliness that was exasperating, Charm Is a gift of the gods, nnd It cannot be wooed like fame, nor won like money, nor bought like titles, nor developed like patience, nor seized like a prize o' war. If It'comes, It comes; and If It's thought on too much, It flies away. And there's an end on It." Mother's Magazine. LESSON FROM THE PROFESSOR Old Cleaned s Q A f 1JTHICH YV aaaaasaasjaaassj reminds me" he loved sunshine And though the dread- I Circuit Court-- T. Pressed Dye- Otto C. Martin fin I J SJrf5 f A ful night That held this land In its bloody hand He Was the beacon light Of Freedom and of Union, And sad, though brave and He strong, held the Nation ss Ladies work given special attention. ing neatly done. Repairing and faithful To right instead of wrong. delivered. month. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called forand Club rate $1.00 per Gltlb. 'Which not provided the flag; I had .not made the arrangements for elevating It to Its place. I had applied ibut a very small portion of my feeble strength In raising It. In the whole transaction I was In the hands of the people who had arranged It. :And If I can have the same generous of the people of the .nation, I think the flag of our country may still be kept floating gloriously. ttd reminds me" that the glory Of Lincoln shall not fade, And what he gave To freeman and slave Forevermore has made This Nation one in spirit, The spirit that shall hold Our Flag unfurled Tolhe whole wide world In a story God has told. Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. A. BLU(1., HARTFORD, KY. Uilrd Mumliiy In uctouvr two weeks. County Court.-- Il. 11. Wedding. Judgo; W. S. TInsley, Clerk, C. U. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes flint Monday In each month. ' Otlfirinrlv Mtiii.tnrlt. rmt. tlnl- the fourth Monday In February, My. August and No ember. nes Court of firm Tuos- "day la January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Offlcurf-- C. 8. Monley, Surveyor, Kordsvllle, Ky., It. K. D. So. 2; Dernurd Felix .Assessor, Hurt-folKy., 1. K. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, SupiTliiUndent, Hartford; Dr. a. U. Illley, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COUHTS. Clolma-Conve- I two wveks; Muster Commlsloner; It, T. Collin. Law Attorney y Truftfe Jury Fund: T. II. Ulnck, SherHAUTKOItU, ICY. iff, Hartford. iJeputlcvs-- S. Kcown, O. lieavur Unm; O. 1'. Jiuu s, Itnuto .", llnrt Will praotlco 1i!b profosalon Iti Uila 1 n ford; V. liirp, Uuslno. Court and niljolulug counUcs. Comniorclid flvst Monday in February and con Specialty. tlnuca Uirio wcikij thud .Monday In April, and Crlnilnal 1'raclic; a con-Vei- Barnes a & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith irnc-tic- M(9btb. W. Ii. lianwH nml C. 13. SnilUi aniiotiiioo Wiat Uiy liavo .form- IHtrtiKiralLli) fur 1i1io mmonil of Uiw, exo nt cnlinlwal and e illvor d, oaaoa, Mr. SniiUi boltie County Attor-r3- y la iniciiitod from practilclng euch caisws. Mr. llarnos will Individually aoci-jt-t Id tuch practlou. Oftloa Hartford JtcimbUcnia building, llart-tord, K" i Cpeech In Independence Hall. Feb. BBBTFH 22. 1S61. tawa ALWAYS NEAR CAPITAL Lincoln Never Had Complete Rest During Civil War. GILLESPIE BROS. W. H. &.J. F. GILLESPIE Proprietors I IsBBBBBSt SBVS9HB92"! SSsBfiBrjLBBVBsBK x Unpretentious House, a Cottage In Grounds, Home the Soldiers' Where He Spent the Hot Months, Still Is Object of Reverent Interest. Willie our recent national chief executives have fled from Washington and Its summer beat and moved to cool summer capitals, as, for instance, Buzzards Bay, Oyster Bay and Beverly, Lincoln In his day was forced ever to remain- - on guard in the nation's capital tiie year through. During his four troublous years In Washington be took no vacation and his summer residence was within easy ride of the seat of government. The Anderson cottage. In the soldiers' home grounds, was his summer home, and it was here, guarded by a company of cavalry, that he lived governwhile handling the reins-o- f ment through the Civil war. He rode to the White House every day and returned at night, the hour more often than not being late. His simplicity of taste was such that he would gladly have ridden without escort, but the secretary of war, the trenchant Stanton, insisted on the cavalry escort, for the president's Bafety. Lincoln said he did not want It; he "couldn't hear himself think" with the soldiers clattering along beside, before and behind him. But with his usual complaisance In what he deemed he yielded. Sometimes he rode horseback, accompanied by the escort. At times he was called on to make a sudden journey from his cottage to the White House.-On- e such call was on the receipt of news of the reverse at Chtckamauga.. Lincoln mounted his horse and rode . JFil Alfiliilur li tj.nt t n... 3rd Monday in December. .",.1- - coii, uronmeil. Wedneday uftur Jlonduy In Maich, Wednesday 3rd Monduy In Jim, Wednesduy after after . 'P s1l''tyml"r' Wednesduy December. John H miIch. Ituckport, Friday after 3rd Monday In March. Krlday. after 3rd Monduy In June, Friday Monday, n September. Friday after 3rd 3rd Monday In December. afV..J.MCr.Y.'.V. ,:v?;"? " . Saturday ' June, 4t ii onU.uy ,.., i.,.,.i..... haturday after in ttl' ter 3rd D. S. Chamberlain, Hartford, Tuesday after Jrd.Monday In March, Tuesduy ui. ter 3rd Monday In Juno, Tuesdvv after .. ttr"iW Attorney at Law HARTFORD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public Office over First National Hank. YANCYL.MOSLEY, fir 1 I LHsHsmHHHSBBHk Gentleman Was Perfectly Con- vlnced That the Youngster Was Competent to Give It . 6 l KSMi f IIIMT Jl. y I" Um&yunmmy I.... w! f 'its-it- In Su. ' ... TusSi' "" Vtwi Z,,U I Monduy l Nov'-mLV- """ J. NEY FOSTER Nrtfnfv PnhlSr HARTFORD, KY. All Matters Given Prompt Atten- AND REPAIR WORK wSasSK a"f I i BBPswMpBB 'J I " am loath to close. We are not enemies, but friends. We must not Though passion may fet enemies. have strained, It must not break, our bonds of affection. The mystic chords of memory, stretching from vtry battlefield and patriotic grave to every living heart and hearthstone II over thla broad land, will yet well the chorus of the Union when gain touched, as surely they will be, 'by the better angles of our nature. First Inaugural Address, March 4. 1S1. ABafcwBMBW jslw n Skh h SSSSJ The old gentleman wondered where the young couple had got to, for it was getting late. He rather suspected they had wandered out Into the garden, so he wended his steps in that direction. He soon camo across the young people, and found them In a most Interesting The attitude. young man had the fair girl clasped In both his arms, and was kissing her as If he hadn't tasted such a dainty for at least five minutes. The old gentleman watched tho osculatory performance to the finish ,whlch he found to be somewhat weary work and then made his presence known. "Isn't it very late for you young people to be out?" he said. "It is is rather, pa," faltered tho fair girl; "but but Mr. Popple has been glv giving me a lesson In as astronomy." MXXMTS SKM SUCCEED I "My stars!" ejaculated the old genSPECIAL OFFER:will , tleman. "He has, and no mistake! I ftUiU fealU Kn.Bnlm A trial mmkaToa oar MruuMBt eultomer. myself saw him teaching you how the ., Undi I !- --, u-- ! raHm-tln- a 1 IWI TUCTWITSI W Great Bear hugs." l., II it wirttn i U I 11 tbaamslt Tpln4l4i fc.iu- -i tuMiN la all. Then the young couple looked so foolish that the old gentleman shut Mention this Paper. Write his eyes out of sheer compassion. Horseshoeing a Specialty. immm HAITO-OII- Wednesday after Grant iv.iifis.i '" ,lW 3I i.f.Siii': d Monday IS .. ... .i Ohio County tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. ilomin.. i xi."-"- ! . . '.rldoy ufter 2nd y "J1" 3rd i,ou-'la- y day in in NoVfmber,Jay B,,er Inu Won- - r City POLICE COUIIT. KILL. AND. t - Hartford, - Ky. 1 w&&r z.vor.vr: JtenFu. ".0Adoffiys:a; I'endelton CURE the LUNC8 COUGH Tlr:,J'."1,.r?.l"!'. F. Lowe. ItELIQlOUS """'. Secretary: L rfisa.Clmlr-- s and II. W. SEEDS' SEItVICES. E 9hurcn South Services monrlnv .P.' evening every third Sun day In each month. first arid Sc Sunday SkrVn ? ncv"Tln)? Jol"er. wSun"- pastor. IfaDilVi 1MICK Me A $1X. Trial Sew Frts AND ALL THROAT AND LUN6 TROUILES. mr rou Vpo "" WOL Dr. King's New Discovery WITH GUARANTEED 8 ATISFAOXOKTl OK XONXY SZTVXSKD. 9ti ula"y school 9.30 a. m. We",lB "' Y. wSS! to-da- y; ''BBBBVBUaPMaaSSllBBBVBVBBBlsB 'BasESBnmlsaBlBSBaVaSBaSaSaSBBaSai IsBVBVBVBVBVBaBSsVsBVMffBBY SBBBBVBVBBBBBBB In regard to the Great Book, I have only to say that It Is the best gift which God has given man. All the good from the Saviour of the world Is communicated to us through this book. But for this book we could not know right from wrong. All those things to man are con-- , talned In It. Receiving a Bible from Colored People of Baltimore, October, ISM. Lincoln's Summer Home. to take up the task of organizing' the means of ultimate triumph out of what looked like defeat. Visitors to Washington today look at the summer homo of Lincoln with reverent Interest. It Is about four miles from the White House, to the north, and though tall buildings 11a between it and the heart of the city, a little vista has been kept open through which may be seen from the grounds the dome of the Capitol. i Lincoln's Usual Swear Word. On one occasion Lincoln, when entering the telegraph office, was heard to remark to Secretary Seward, "By jlngs, governor, we are here at last." Turning to hlra In a reproving manner, Mr. Reward said: "Mr. President, where did you learn that inelegant expression?" Without replying to the secretary, Lincoln addressed the operators, saying: "Young gentlemen, excuse me for swearing before you. 'By Jlngs' 1b swearing, for my good old mother taught me that anything that had a 'by' before It was swearing." The only time, however, that Lincoln was ever heard really to swear was on the occasion of his receiving a telegram from Iiurnsldo, who had been ordered u week before to go on to the relief of Rosecruns at Chattanooga, who was In great danger of an attack from Bragg. On that day Burnslde telegraphed from Jonesboro, further awny from Itosecrans than he was when ho received tho order to hurry toward him. When Burnslde'a telegram was placed In Lincoln's hands ho said, n Jonesboro." "D Ho then telegraphed Burnslde as follows: "September 21, 1863. "If you are to do any good to Rose-cran- s It will not do to waste tlmo at Jonesboro. A. LINCOLN." David Homer Bates, in the Cen In the moonlight to the White House, ittaf u4 aMiMi, tofMMr witftTftlultif Poet's Memory Lives. i coufttuoa c mj iMcracuTtJt IBs Mfiuiu wn MMaV DiBU. b( risat The saying "Christmas comes but WUI aUi MOmi JMM TtntVN once a year" Is attributed to Thomas H. W. Butt, "SonhSKVL i Tusser, a medieval poet who seems to have been strong on epigrams. TheT same idea may have occurred to others, but Tusser gavo It expression. He was classed as an agricultural poet, partly because he had not much education and partly because he treated simple themes, THE which he understood in 'a plain and SEWING simple way. Tussor had an ear for MACHINE music, and served to order as chorOF ister In some churches of his day. QUALITY. His first publication was entitled "A Hundred Good Points of Husband-rle,- " and later he published "A HunNOT dred Good Points of Husbandrle Lately Married Unto a Hundred Good SOLD Points of Housewifery," and still later UNDER ANY this was amplified Into "Five HunOTHER dred Good Points of Husbandry UnitNAME. ed to as Many of Good Housewifery," Reprints of these boks aro still extant with an autobiography of tho auWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. thor In verse. Southey, himself a HO.MK you will If critical poet, characterized Tusser as lmvoyou purchnso tho NKV you a llfo nt,set lit tlio price juy, "a good, honest, homely, useful old not lmvo an endless clinlu of repairs. uuit will rhymster." Some of Tusser's phrases have passed Into proverbs. Quality l (1524-1680), k .SEND 10 tad racsriv Uito CENTS yMklag . to em iSisr.""" vrr ni'ffi'surdy Hartford Chapter Elder ii. Wright " OT . D.CItET SOCIETIES. Hartford LodKe No. J75. F A M meets first and third Monday each month. Owen Hunter. v. nlglit In 1. toremun .Secretary. ' Electric Bitters It is the best medicine 4i 1 Succeed when everything else falls. In nervoua prostraUoo and femalo wealcnessK they arc the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. I & W,M-Ml- FOR KIDNEYLIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE ever told over a druggist's counter. tfei.Mssii& IV." ""ii, or ri. & 8. SSTUVH-in""- i"a,u" crt.ure;80" No. S. O. E S Monday evenl " ". NEW T,T' , er. LodBO No- - no- - Knights of ."'Kin. - TH"""- iturtford Tent No. W - "' " W, hunshlne iUcord Keeixir. LU'tt Comniunder: L. Hlvo No. 12. L O T um'; """J Thursday l 0,!,er' K- K. O T M 1. Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to bo careful to get the genuins v h0c!!o'r'dtt,i&r,r8- '"Wo2.n,2,y. HOME Considered it Is the M0,l0n,l!V.e-,1!- . diiv ni,.iTi Ueiords. m!il"'"r.,l.Fa",.', i.i " mlT1 "u Iour'" ulu' O. '"'P. .Order ' Wednes- - U.d Black-draug- ht of ( No.W' "wuihi i ".ir, lourt i Saturday . inrK, w. o. uviin,... l'reston Morton I'ost No. o. A It turiliTy Mot, "euU'K' h Vr,BMUr iTin.l0,Md"y font ' Co,l""M"i J. M. Itogeri, .W. unu v. Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, la firmly established. It docs not imitate other medicines. It b better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F3 """"'; -- . n.ch ., The Importance for man and beast f the prescribed weekly rest, the aered rights of Christian soldiers hs) sailors, a becoming deference to the best sentiments of a Christian people, and a due regard for the Divine will, demand that Sunday Mber In the army and navy be reduced to the measure of strict ne- cessity. General Orders, November IS, 1861 Lincoln and the Humorists. During some of Lincoln's dally vis-Ito the war department there were jaany spare moments while he waited for fresh news from the front or for the translation of cipher messages, and when he did not All up the otherwise Idle time by telling stories he would read aloud some humorous article from a newspaper, as, for instance, Orpheus C. Kerr's droll from Mackerelvlllo, or Petroleum V. Nnsby's letters In sarcastic vein; at other times Artemua Ward's inimitable lectures. Some of Nasby's letters wcro irresistibly funny, especially thoso relating to tho continuous struggle for the postofflco at "Confed-li- t Cross Roads" and to tho backwardness of somo of our generals, relates JJavld Homer Bates in tho Century. ts Looking to the Future. The beautiful lady consultod her attorney, and was received with bows and smiles. "I am glad to tell you," said the legal gentleman, "that your breach of promise suit has already produced results. The defendant has offered to compromise by marrying you." "That suits me," declared the beautiful lady. "I'd rather do that than stand a chance of losing a suit. Well, you have done beautifully. What do I owe you for your services T" '"Shall we say 5Xr "We ahall not That la altogether too much." "Well, I'll tell you what I'll do. I'll cut that bill in two If you will promise to retain me when you sue for divorce." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Learning How to Write. The following is taken from a page of practical household suggestions published in the Woman's Home Com- iMaM If - Wwjd ClJihl" Woortmrn of til., ' CUillliCy mlB Luly yniu! i'n.o Cheapest b the end to buy. you ..wnut a sowing- machine, wrlto for our.latcit catalogue before you purchase. The Hew Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, M$s. Suiuthhie Hlvo No. I,, o. T. M.. ( evory flnt and (.litnl FrliUy 'ulJ. In eadi monlli. Aim. Attv,. ii.i.h.. Lady Commuiwler; Mi, ji. jj. MlmJik-- ! lUxioird KiKipor. ed. Want on active man In this locullty. To Introduce us to your frlendi. We pay largest cash benefits when ilcK. Injured, and at death, for smalleat coat. and offer to flrnt applicant from thla place. Write quick for Cash-Bon- 150.00 TO flOO.00 A MONTH For your spare time Experience not need- Itougli Ulver No. HO, Kufcht of Iy,lUtus moeta every tsWItt. H. L. Tuyor, C. C, J. Nuy l.vtt,r K. ' of It. & 8. y llgo ave Money and Keep m Style by Reading McCalr. Magazine and Using McCall Patterns Mcdll's Manilas will Ladies! r WUlli MAGAZINE i.siinsoby kucplus (luilio lit'lii ynu dri'H ml-l!i- lf at a HKHlfrcto A. 8. ( JC. National Offlcorai particulars. THE 833. Coving-ton- . Ky. yTiimlljrirds"- -' ""'. State Offleeral T1, "' 1n.''lm.' ?,""','" T Hindersou county're. vice I'resluent. Trc'a"' ,,oUrtl'0"' Wcl.mii county, Hm... 0 . r"'ly. you potted on tlie I j let i In fisliiuiia to itnil lion, !sew I'srliliiu licilifiis In ruili Iimip. ,tio mi!ii: lilo lurorirutlrii mi nil liomo. and Ouljr n:uuorM. till1 a year, Inrludmc ii ftco pullcni. glll). or wud M'ril'ii locl-i- frlicoi3mi)lai'gi7. I. IfoAina 11u... a. Hini Al'"t i.t. panion:" "My little boy tired very quickly I AM PREPARED .tuf when I tried to teach him to write, so' I gave him a cap, a bagvuind whistle and told him to play letter carrier. Since then he sits down Immediately after breakfast each day and writes a short letter to ono of the neighbors, then plays postman and delivers it. The neighbors enjoy the little game, and it 1b wondorful bow quickly he Is learning to write and spoil with ease." To do any kind of Veterina- Horses, mules and for want of answered day or night. ry work. cows need not die Calls attention. W. H. RILEY Veterinary. Surgeon Ky. HnrtforcJ, ' c"u,,ly' organlwlri'.' "'o . Itnanl if Ttlninifiru w..... . iiivvK'isj, l.... iir.i "'it ivmsififi. rcn county l (J. M. Ilaniutl, Ohio ivurt .,un. .. ti .... ........... .. IV? A II ll.kjlu i. I. IIhv llurill.i .....I I .V .7 . Muhleiiliel'g loillilv. Ulilo l.ouirty Ufflciirs! H. L. Htnvfim, I'm,, lleavvr nuin.lCy, Henry I'lrtln, Hm. liiti trmil. ICy, V. Ford, Tpiun., Ilillfind, y, COUNTy IIOAIll) pic MDIIOATION. Henry Luncli. Chulngun, Jlintfurd.Ky. 1. L. U. Tluheiior.. Iluitfmd. It. l'. it. -, No. D. 9 M f lliirlfAi.l ll.u.f.l.t.. Iu 3. M, H, I'attersoi'i, Oluton, jy, i. H. L. Atford. While llun, Ky. b. iiiciiuru iiuiutr, luyivr Minority, I .1. Mh ",'"ry MCU P.ll.cni will piulilnynil tnmgknlii your own liniiiii. wlilit'ii.'riiiviiliniKh rlnttilnirfur yiMirvIt ami hiMr'ii vlilli will im iwiicrt In nylo nml III, I'lU'-'-iH.- t.d hlulirr Uiim li ( re nls Fund fur tu'o IMu-rJUlosra. i Ut Will Oil Yeu Fin ricienli fur L'l'llllll fib.' ri'Hrff!iii(i. homl rrftco icillilwiinauiiinu I'loinliim julii.'uu am) I'ruo uiiur. HIE IUAIL lo:W,t 233 U 243 Witl 37U Sl. HW V0 itli 4v, k TELEGRAPHY W I LHUn Buslnesa,Phonography BOOKKEEPING f TYPEWRITING and mtrcntlU ntvRrl 1 !!,lVr!',',.,1,! Uiiklm l.u.l illMm siul woman LMUU H. rrsjif sport.ncc nr.i, slw M yrsrs iMSINESSCPLlllE a)ltH,IiTlilBI,iily: rlursiis Uu) t rV A.. vmimuGffimts&ir.' mmfsmwm &. t" "" . VJBHF'1 CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. How One County Is Solving the Trustee Problem Is Sub-distri- ct Honsevork. Drudgery ths-'fialc ! ts acli-I.i- I "ovn k'UKM 'M.coiioi. a ih'.ii The Kind You Have Always Bought Thoawcnk or tlio stroni: point In rnch nnd every nirnl school In our stats the BUbtllttrict trustee. If n strong, tliorouslily Interested mun U elected cvcrytliltiR Is well, but If n cnreless, ludltTerent mun holds tle olllce the school Is In bnd shnpo. A Rood trustee means a clenn, comfortnhle bulldlinj, a competent tenehor nnd some Interest on the part of the senoral puhlle. A poor trustee means a badly kept building, a second or third rate teacher and a IIIUK ui lllieiuai uy tiie iiuikiiuuiiiuuu. Housework Uijrodjjfxyfos' uomnn. Sne brushes, du-.and ceruf)f,or ij on hsr tcct all day attending to thrj many details o( the houieho1d,her Sick ri, Inr tsrnptei throbbing, nercs qniverir. ur.dct the r.trcsj ol pain, possibly diwy f.'clins, Somstimes rest in bod 'Ct Mfretb 3 bfraiwi ''a poor tired nerve dr i.3t permit ot retNstM. sltcp. 'ho rcut need ot weak, ncrvouj women is satisfieJ t y Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and as Mrs, Brigg and others testily : Et Makes Weak Women Strong and Sick Women Welf. Thin "Prescription" remove the caune of women' a weaknesses, sas Inflammation and ulceration, ft trar.nnllltes the nerves, cacourojes the appetite and Inaucez retSuI slesp. bottle-wrappe- r, Monthly Report of Trustee's Visit fiwi, Dr.Piercoij rrcctly tvillir.ij In Itt everyone know what bis " Favorite Prescription " contains, a completr: list o( in Do not let any druiti't CrrJisii! on tl.c persuade you that his unknown composition is "just as gwU'' in Cha: hs may rajbe a bf.i"' ""St. ; l'..vorlio Proscription, (it 'nVwtlnul d's'iivt iiid con;tlpfll.Icn with v.'Tn.'n IU, f"" unni '. to do any-1- .1 ': 1 wp. ! .. .,i.ii.iuuiai3(olii saying tlut thorn nro no remedies - t .' Pre r'. tlon and r' ! '" 1 Dr. I'ior.. i onjovlmi l,lrl1P7LoflT1rl','., I am now v,ondorful vb lien. 1., i a ..iiK Dr. I'lcw lir It i xaedlclneJ .. U!1 d h no ti v.r.d of sool." - '"- - ind bowels. Pier-- " Bf. P'r'snnt iVilti rrf ANtSe nMenrparalbnfcts simi.iiiinjii,croo(J.inil!i;utr lingllicSior.ncisan'lD(nclstJ Bears the Signature of Nlcholiia County. Ky.,QijL7 :., Numtwr Gtrlf PreMnt m2. O C.'.i, tr'.r 'e"?. ? fir 1lr.Aztr.r. r.nmns.nf Mo f - ;. 3. "i.a.'.Mjf la en N.Wn'tilPton St.,Delpbc3, n'-'- bid r bf ftl DsteofWtfl Number Boys ULC t ..., Forenona ,...., Afternoon Promolcs DiesHonChfcriltl-ncss and ResuConialns nriarr Opium.Morphmc nor.Miacral. .xr In prsnt ..., Number Oirls Tartli dunn ,. nnnth. 0 , Number Boys tardr donna montk Was ift '- (a , VVre Condition of schoolroom .!.."lT-tC";..- r. tAi.. ...... Teacher neat and tidy' jj'V V23. Ilr toes. children nst and tld' Not Nauc otic. jUxSmit accordiny to program ' l) ai Is Jt' Did Q6 eriildren march to and from elasint "XtO Were classes called each child recite durtnn recitation' MU. Did children stand to recitst Jfixvcerorjikx'jzumuzi ItxSttttWf jtvuStrJ IKtrtautSia HmSerf- fWhjmw fhrxi , Do the hsvuinyinj Us-- C momins exercises' HKl Is thf Bible or Story ol the- Bible read 11 B,", mornlne exercises' hand work tawht Pridaj afteroooif X1LAJ "ow ef teaclicr tr oarenu Did how ,lu ml ."- 7-, pannu dunnt tbe month' 7 How ainr Nested' ulu donnj the montht. Is scnoolhouse properlr liahtJ Use For Over UJ H mi examine the leseher's record Ha oant meeungs dorlnit Uienwilbj l" . JAMES & CO., Hirst Class Lriveryn-iarCentertown, Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, f Has tbe school a dcnoiw Improtemeni What has Ui. Lestv. bouthi dunn Learu. if to Kentucky. I Aperfccl Remedy forConsn?a Slomacli.Ularrtoa Worms .ConvuIsHms.Fcvcr't1' tlon . Sour the month t .O l4rTT.t . .. ncss anJLoss OFSLtEi'. FaeSiml: Signature of Is Ultra anr InstrueUon 1. ayncultur.t Remark. t- H -- NEW YORK. J Thirty Years This Is Mftifs thai I harr nsited as m School Olmlon M- Sab District. N O arantcedunderi Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA OUR CLUBBING RATES. ...$1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.5? The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis '. 1.50' The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Drily Herald 3.50 The jCwEPUBucan ana uaiiy uwensDoro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 al Globe-Democrat Twice-a-WeekOwensb- I'k hoars sne find ecbool ebn ,i4-$- stated , ThuUttitt wlthla thrrl days after date te Thls report must M milled u. the County Superintendent .f rurtt v Hj POSITIONS GUARANTEED lr will GUARANTEE Wo neod many more ua real WE graduates. soon.soon asthe enormous required demand at once to supply we get you n poaltlon you As tbe for our number or students this offer will be withdrawn. 80 write at once for particulars. f 010. vr. HCnWARTZ rNIHClPAfj J f0y e, tvo County Board of Education, of IIioiolaB County,' 'Centue'cy, agree to oxanlno carefully tt-- monthly roports sent in by te Sub- - District Trusteeto of cuo District, and put to assist tern in any uay possible pay teir schools ,eao on a Mger basis. We also agree to SruBtee 25 oonts an our, not to exceed tTee v ours,, for teir official visit once a wont, for a torra of six nonts Ball unless te term is extendol loneor. To County Board was Trustoo for neglbot of duty, unless tt-- office vacant and .appoint legally prejwnted, deolaro te o Tub-Distr- iot. e Sub-District comrTY biaud ooirraiCT. Twice-a-Wee- .. smother. Signed SUB THUSTE3 COHTHACT. BUSINESS COLLEGE xnTABUARRD 1R04 T7e, tOtXISVItiIK, KY. t?..n . I If." Kortbctn Grosra a tf (wttariwi A iSvainM frcJHTTABwWi ! auccctaful irnl trowing behind them. It pa) U lint the brtt. seasonable specialties: Oh-II- SEEDS BUANS OVER 08 YEARS' Sushel Earliest Rwl Valentine . . Jj-sRefugee Kxtra Karly . . Jj jj bushel N.iu Mrlmrtna Green Pod . SlTollushel tVunlweiri Imp. Kidney Wax y Bushel Davis New White Wax . . $4.75 Bushel Cunie's Kurt Proof Wax . 4 50 Bushel ijmljra Anvnne sendlnx a sketch and description may opinion free nnleWf a.certaln our patenlabls, whether an Conjniiiiiln. luTonllim Is probably tUiimntrlctlyconndcutla). HANDBOOK onl'alenu fin (ret. Oldest aiieucy for awurtnc patents. Patents taken ihrouuh Munn & Co. recelre Ijvrlaf nolle, without charge. In the A handsomely lllnalrated weekly. Irsest circulation of any sclent IDo Journal. Terms, 13 a Sold byall newad.al.ra. year, four York MUNN iCo.j--r.N- ew 8U Waahlnston. V. C. Branch EXPERIENCE. our 'school at least once a month not less for our official visit. I agree to examine according to printed list of instructions and questions furtlised by tve County Superintendent and" to.' County write a correct report and rnail-tsane to Superintendent witMn treo days 'after said visit.' For tMs orfiqial visit eac raont'H J am to'receive 25 cents' an our not to exceed tree oura f or" any' nontly agree to riaving te trite Sub Trustees of District Ho. Bir. been duj.y elooted and sworn into office ,755" iereTy visit our e tan one carefully te Address 'all orders to visit. -- . - THE REPUBLICAN- ..X JM..W - Signed" Ki ' j Trapc Marks Designs Copyrights Ac The above contraets nnd reports tell their own story. In Nicholas county a number of uninterested trustees have been automatically dropped and Interested men put In their places. WHY NOT GHT UUSY WITH THEM EVEHYWHEIIE IN THE STATE? . .4"V'. . V Jj.50 Bushel New Early Grailus . . . . is jo Bushel HorsforcTs Market Garden . 13.50 Bushel IlucLbee's Lightning Cxpress jj 00 Bushel a full Lartuta. Radish, Tomato anderrmlng- line el Beeds, Plants and Bulbs at lowet bend for complete catalogue or submit a list of your requirements and ill quote price. Buy direct from the power Save Moner. Write today. Mention this paper. 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The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worseVio. follow, unless given quick treatment You 'would always keep, Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear. Cardui has helped over- a million women. Try it ...... . .a njLi.n..! n,.ti.un UnMnr Cn . Chattaaooaa. Taoau book. "Hoa Trcatoacat lor Women." acatkee JM lor etif bJmtlHU. and a M-p- Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before tak- . w - Sis' , j j - L. Uui f m w r - niMM-- iaT , st WgtMW7iMyiBtiriBll 1 ' , y v.-- 5 t1 -- fa IN . H P? . British Physicians otr.Prom'nance Stbn'es'of" the Cotls.eums, Immortalize t.Z&,aLuftntS Man Accomplishes Some ' Today the Triumphs, of Give pome flouree'That Explain Harm, Through Much Lives, V t J SBLER ' v5eWJth "His -- ALWAYS WITH ' US WOMAN'S ADVANTAGE LIFE SAW FALL. OF PAGAN ROME HAVE Ail Crirls-,'tlanlt- NO NEED 'OF THOUGHT Eskimo, y Eternal Walls. .. grumblers. q&t aro all natural-borZVprm VMlilhopd to tho grnvo wo Jook fow things that aro wrongnnd tw-tflc jflsrgct U)c many that aro right. When BLrouK and healthy we offer no "tft-V7&ir at tliatiHsglvlng. Hut let us an, acbo on a pnln, n cut finger vcr.3J.morn thi)mb nnd hear tho walls w tffcr vj trtiiBL ' Disparity Between, the Sxei.A 'i Though doctors havo lonK realized that, r thanks to a, .bettor knowledge o( sanitation and porBonit hygiene, Vcoplaaro living, longer than formerly, tho much grealor relatlvo longevity of women as shown Jn tho reccjitly published Prltlsh national dobt afflcp'a report pn tho mortality of government life nnnultants lias come ns a general .4 That to bo healthy, happy nnd 8urPr'8; of these Agues It was Wo feel, that that Is an Jniicm- - shown that tho expectation of Hfo wo aro entitled. ,So .jia.r to which of a "floman of fifty Is now moro than AhlnV iintlilne of It. Hut how we a year greater tnan it was in 'jam, .. n Iti In Inniililrtof ge that If weTnhorlt health ' "Vol IZZL" .1 bave thoJoLoToTour Jber..nc. If t,cuIar nnd )n of , must f.w nf wn nlso rnhave das llo,j on , oliy8,. " ..j oninv nnnni' ftrnnf if clans at St Uartholomcw's hospital vwrC"w must also anticipate hours of wMnlv Hirrtrenf theories. .yak. If wo havo joys wo must auu, .of dcalh onQ aan'CWOTivnn. overcontentment, Wo stated, "Is a wearing out from may "Wn Merer volco work of our brain cells. Women irfwrrMi oioclaltn our discontent. Hear be just as brainy as men, but they ctbw .erics of unrest by those who do not work their brain cells as vigorgrievances against tho csu-rs- ir tbelr ously or as continuously as do their ffmtiml order of things. This has malo relatives. If they did thero In favor toauik to do with tho clamor would not be so great a 'disparity in apocttlng our established form of tho length of life of ,tho two sexes." and trying experiments, Another consultant puts' down wo-- jan!5r. nnnecessary and In many In- "Think?" said Panlgpak, astonished. man's greater expectation of life to the fOOllBh. l9fiSMJ "I did not need to think. Peary did more sheltered existence she' (leads, ""Mm asrurablcrri are responsible for that!" tho lack of tho physically depress9be .xtircison, discontent and unbe-'m- and Eating becomes, the great thing with widely prevail. It has ing competition whlch'is part 6f nearjObat may tho Eskimos. I once excused myself, Always from ancient biblical ly every man's life. "A woman Hiwul'iiin when paying a visit, with the plea that "now century of have hard work to do," he explained, .aUsg tills I had already eaten and had had "but except for the few who workaln swe"C." Leslie's. enough. I wes laughed at, and the offices or who follow' professions, they answer I received waai work' in their own homes, and at a "There thou talkest like a dog! themselves. The JMS&BfT CRIME UNPAID F40R pace they set asfor rule, vastly moro Dogs can be stuffed till they .are satisa home Is also, sunny and generally more wholefied and can eat no more; but people 700 Years Ago Still Causes airy, people i can always eat!" Knud some than Is her .husband's shop or AftacuaJ Tribute to Be "Paid by GOOD WORD FOR THE OYSTER Rasmussen, In Tho People of the Polar office." Community. ihe North. London Lancet, Always Pessimistic, 0cenliuidred years ago some LEFT THEM BOTH GUESSING Comes Forward With a Surly Jthe Valley of Roncal, Id; Meed of Praise. MEETING WITH ROBERT BARR ' tiraice; murdered by'Shopherdi'Of Added Little to the -Dtac ThUUrr of Bareton, In Beam, the "Information" When the Lancet, representative of Journey of a Couple to Cologne Waa 8mall Amount of Knowledge'Young vroriMetaiUhf; place on the high pasture the medical profession of Great Materially Enlivened by the Matrons possessed. OamSm of Aries, in tho Pyrenees. Britain, says anything good about anyNovelist , atwiontd have been difficult to bring; Two young matrons, who are sis- thing, it is listened to with emotions agbftansvderers individually to justice, mingled ' surprise and respect I have a pleasant recollection of Spaniards were preparing (o ters, keep' house in their old Tamily of homestead in Kansas City. Kan. Re- Some one has remarked that every Robert Barr, the popular novelist mttKt (var upon the valley from which time he picked up the Lancet he dis- whose death was recently announced, murderers had come, when cently' their' cook left them. While he waB doing something right writes a woman correspondent of the village proposed that peace neither had had much experience in coveredor taking something tcsnck along, that was Uxr.aadata1ned at the prlco of a yearly cooking, yet they decided to take surely killing him. It has a good word London Chronicle. A relative and I were traveling somo years aince in time. charge of tho kitchen. They bought tats r tribute, to endure for all oyster Just at the time when Germany, and took the water way to TtaiiO Qtl proposition wa'a accepted three cook books. For Sunday even- for the -ing lunch it was determined to have that apparently Innocuous edible Is Cologne. Among the number of brad-cho- n , rwKllract demur. devouring and beer drinking pas sauerkraut and spare ribs. Several exciting the scrutiny of our always payment of thl5ood tax Tf feverish advisers, the bacteriologists. sengers on the little steamer I noticed white mare's, but later friends were asked in. thruo the .ThW distinguished, If usually abrmlst, one, a man with "an eager expression,- The. kraut, andf ribs .were put-o'StuKU otnvaiof .a .particular! breed and 'Suddenly it occurred to authority declares that tho oyster ia who waa distinguished by his abstin3zaa been mado ever since, the fire to boll. order, and a com- ence and by his absorption in the .rjaCBi 4t Is nothing more having one of tho "cooks" that she did not a "tonic of the first plete food, most beneficial to weak- passing scenery of the Rhino. I got .aafTvltaid! ven tho great wars in which know how long the combination should whom She aBked her sister. She ened patients and those in results Into conversation by chance with the iKMi 0inoe and Spain have engaged,' cook. Clinical observer, and the whole route to - didn't know. They consulted the cook appetite Is deficient .asaM tfea storm of tho French revolumost favorable nature are re- Cologne was from that moment made books. Each gave this Instruction: of a oysters aro given to a Hying reality to mo by the man's "fff1y the representative men of "Cook until done." They were In de- ported where persons suffering from lalleys meet on the frontier, spair. One of the husbands happen- If oysters are indicated tuberculosis. comment Mmivo for the diet The following day we decided to convoertain stone, romole from any ed to drop Into the kitchen. Ho saw aA of persons in the state described, they tinue our Journey, und again we chose Sxvrv and go through tho ceremony that something was wrong. He asked, must be wholesome for tho rest of us. the transit steamer, and again wo met and receiving the cattle. and was told. There was never any doubt "That ought to be easy to find out." this, of course, before nervous about the man of recollection and observaTim 4rd(-- r of procedure, which Is bactd&bnrute and Impressive, 'Is fixed by he said. He stepped to the telephone teriologists sought to fill us full of tion. I tried, by conversational openings, to discover his Identity, but he a. .cbrounient bearing tho date ,1375, and callcd:( "Information, please." of oysters. He was a heeded none, continuing to pour out the tax was 'paid a hundred In va moment a 'gentle voice come fear Instead T:6hprior to that time. brave man who first ate one raw, a flood of history and legend of the over tho wire: "This Is Information. according to the philosopher of the Rhine. At length the time of parting Is It. please ?" What 'you tell mo how breakfast table; and now the bac- ,eame. With a sweep of the arm. "Information, can challenge our courage. which Included my companion adv my'Story of Clemenceau. long sauerkraut and sparerlbs should teriologists The Lancet's commendation should self, he 'said: ' "I Bhall' hope to see 3l-tMonsieur Clemenceau boll?" said that help to timid souls at this you when you return from this, (he wbo Store the pleasant sobriquet of Without a moment's hesitation the Journey of your lives," and 'handed ' "Me 'Aliwr." is about to connect him- - silver yolce replied. "Certainly. Cook crisis. Providence Journal. 1Ui me a card, on which w,as Inscribed tsrfff new journal to appear In until they are done." Kansas City tho name of Robert Barr. "I don't Ad war future. This return to tho Star. r , The Angelus. RaynUgbt from which he hnd not think we can call together," I replied, I've been reading a life of Millet "for while I live In London, my to any dlstanco, gives occasion and waa struck with! bis poverty at brother's home Is in the north, and I jtormume new stories concerning him. He Wouldn't Tell. c thesti is that a young man M physl the time he painted, "The Angelus." .seldom catch' sight of him on his day The eminent Doctor Llorente, tttjftfad to him for a place. "Do you cian to tho royal family of Spain, told i When one' considers how the pictures trlpa to toWn." "Vour brother," Ottwisray anything about foreign affairs?" a reporter In Now York recently that may now.be found in countless homes replied the editor of,' the Id'er, "then arsVAd the tiger. "Yes, monsieur," he thinks, the American woman U In this and every' country, It seems wljy the deuce do you both have new Incredible that Millet-ha- d trouble sell-ln- $ luggage?" 'MiT43) answer to vyhlch he modestly spoiled. the original. All hs cllonts hesimy own couijtry," said Doctor atWfd. "u Httfa," Clemenceau : u, "In i Until at last a BeUlan dlolomat i, tartly .astonished. "Ah, Llorente, v'akwonuajr,;! ,ontpnt,. tpbe tated. Abouf- - , rAva persuadod'lato'tbnylng.lt. Nlnaty t.Mlles )amawharf. Inow what is tho question of queen of her household, 'but here wo--' A traveler waiting for 'a train in Hum prient, the man wants to be both ' kins and this time Millet wrote, "We have wood "only for one or two days. Tbey will Greenville, S. C, observed a venerable, '7 ' c politics?" "Yes, queen." not give u to us witnout money. Bel- white bearded gentleman sauntering uwoaBT." Thon the tiger turned oi The doctor, amlllnpf, continued: auiaaT "XbU la too wearisome. It "I was surprise, to, ijear that in ter times were ahead, however, and along the platform, whose appearance the wonderful pictures eventually Invited conversation. He aagfoached 'vtMMffciJ atruuse mo much mora U you some cases the American husband has, ' actually, to conceal the condition of brought Millet at least a living. He the dignified, kind faced southerner inothlnt at all." to have named 'The Angelus'' with the customary salutation of his finances from his wife la order is said way: In this A friend was looking at "Good morning, colonel, do you Uvo to curb her extravagances. Thus the MVljdom Worth Heeding. rich young wife's complaint to her it for the first time. "What do you hare?" "Yes. eah." "Engaged in 'Wlmt la true of men can be true York, think of it?" said Millet "I hear the growing cotton?"' "No, aah, I am a, a at M;intn. Tho realm of achieve- - doctor, be friend of mine In Now whoro bells ringing. It Is the Angelus!" statistician." After harvesting bis woutd Impossible In Spain, riHwit is uexleas. The brain Is not at companions, was the Immediate answer. "It Is crop of local statistics, I asked him you are forty or past. married people are happy Ox Hft until '"It Is so ridiculous,' pouted my indeed!" Bald Millet "I am contented. how far It was, to Atlanta. He replied & MMop In a play cried: "Oh, that friend's young patient, 'to call tho man You understood It" New York Press. that it was about ninety miles, when ae atte born old and could die at tho bailk a a young man who waa standing near "teHer." Why, he won'jt awMwe!" Yoii nre fulfillug In business, tell you anything. Interposed : "Oh, 'no, uncle, It Is more I asked one the She Was Doing Press' Work. ytetbJthop's wish. Ho longed to start 'an ninety miles." The old gentleman d other day how much money my jfttao' met A young woman who waa acting as stroked his beard meditatively for a with experleivce. That Is had on deposit and ha Just newspapor correspondent at a fashufcatxu can do, may do, must do. Start laughed at mo." moment, shifted hU quid and V said: ionable hotel did not consider her- "Waal, Jack, it's ninety mllos some-wha- r real race. Count fourteen years self a reporter and never referred to Urst half, as the learning time, whar's that place anyway, horself aa such. In talking with one Jack?" a j warming up time. Hegin again. Sporting Element CTrli onr second wind. No man Is guests she spoke of doof the women Wllllo liked tee cream, but he fcijld until he takes tho count. No the lino at turning the freezer. drew ing "press work" for the hotel. One English "Society." The woman hesitated a moment, tanrwutu has fulled until sho tells her day when his mother returned home There are three classoa of society :in))a4e will no longer try. Work and sho was agreeably surprised to find then said: "Don't you find it hard?" The girl, thinking how much help In England the aristocrats, who are loacn an old lady's home thi shall him working at the crank as If hlb life nu-bo tho old ladies' borne. Ex- - depended on It. her little typewriter had been, replied: barbarians; tho middle claas, wbq aro Philistines, and tho dregs ot society, "I don't seo1 how you got htm' to turn "Oh, no, I have a machine." Another pause, thea the bewildered who are nothing at all. It Is a funny the ice cream freezer," she said tb guest ( put her question; "Do you do thing that the late King, Edward, wlio her husband. "I offered Just the Place for Her. the work In (year room or in the had all the v'ecs ot the aristocrats, to do It." . Tie lustlud Into his homo and began was beloved by the middle class, and go about it the right way, laundry?" "You don't The young woman Is trying now to that his son, King George, who "Mow, wife, I want you to go out on my dear," roplled her husband. "I bet make up her mind Just what eke had all the virtues of the middle claw,hs Is him a nickel he coulda't Jura It for better, ' . a. n&Ji iarm and mat for the summer. call herself. despise by the- - arlitocraU. IIeanu uau u nour. X3 iKe located a ntce farm out In the queen are alwaya saekea ot as ZCfejalx'Ch township, not too far from .Oeorga aad the Dragon. tfiasVurs for me to run out." Heart WraWf. s Refinement ,ln Trade. rCUx-- r an I go anywhere for the "So Jessie Jejune ta goiag to taarry. i: The world as it progress becom T aatiaar?' demanded y bis wife. "I If not more refined, at least mora Billy Blbberf . His W..-- W clothes." "Yes what do 70a thlnkxof that?" vHere, waiter, I ordered twa lamb delicate In lta phrases. aerattoa 1xt'a Just the point. You can ago the dressmaker A.became . "I hear that aha aad BtUy had a chops aad, can't And but one," ceroid clothes on this farm. Every-tmO- f "modiste" aad the. ready made tailor lot of trouble gettiag her'father'a tee, sir. Quito true. Ah, "Ut -wears old clothes. Old clothes shop a "clothing emporium." consent" I remember sow. I yaaaad the open .atwittie thing." "Thea you heard wroag". door aath drawft aauat have Mowed we bave to for ' nhu lothea axe the thlnr. eh? Improvemeata-a- ataaak America rear''amft "Wasa't there aeaaa tort ofVbJaaUoa It away, aUr. M "ready to Xor oDoe ta my Ufa I can make ready , to the match?" Tmb "Bring at another waiter, aad this made clothes; "footwear" fi If old clothe are the boota and shoes; neckwear" for JkB Mil "Yea. Bat H waar Jeaala aad her Una doa't foraat thawlaaaaleld aad mMt; ill take along aevea truaka of lara and ties aad doubUesa for father'wko had a lot of trouUa getting the safety net" Cleveland Plain ckKkea Is rMMylvaala. Billy's cbaaeat" ' Dalerv others. Loadea Mall. '.' sny ( X' .,... ,,,,, , -- & -- 'Christianity Is crystallized In tho Coliseum and St. Peter's. In the former by tho triumphs vof tho martyrs; In tho lattor, by' tho dedication of art to tho worship ol,God, writes Htshop Ollmour. Como with mo along tho Via Sacrn, past the Forum and tho Arch of Titus. Hut a step, nnd wo aro at tho Coll Beum, pressed In between tho Cellan and Palatine hills, tho Arch of Con' ' otantlno and tho Temple of Venus. As wo enter, tho moon has rjsen, u uinuiiuivu i m'"k as no seo us snauows iu mu scene, mi, aissolve and loso themselves amid tho arches of this mighty ruin. Amid broken arch and column nnd vaulted corridor, tcrrnco rises upon terrace I till tho blood curdles and tho hair stands on end. Memory is busy nnd hurries us back" to when Christian martyr and gcntlo maid stood within tho vast arena to dio for Christ. The' emperor1 is there;, tho nobility of Romo is there; tier upon tier is densely packed; tho wild beasts paw their cages, impaticif for tho feast; one hundred thousand voices shout, "Tho Christians to tho lions!" A spring, a growl, a quiver and another hero has gone to God. Every brick, and stone, and grain of sand In this mighty ruin has been sanctified by the blood shed there. Here a Fetlcitas nnd Perpctua. a Cyriacus and Pancras died; here Rome brutalized herself, nnd within these walls strovo to crush .' out truth. Hero Pagan Rome fell and Christian Rome. rose. The blood of the martyrs was the seed of the church. - f Whcro the, physical struggle for llfo r Is at Its keenest, as lUls, among tho Eskimos, tho years glldo by froo from tho moro subtlo cares and worries of tho civilized man,. T.ho Eskimo docs not count the dayB and keeps no record of time. 'All his thoughts aro centered on huhtlng. Onco I nsked an Eskimo who seemed to bo plunged in reflection, "What are you thinking nbout?" Ho laughed at my question, nnd said, "Oh, it la only you white men Up who go In so much for thinking! hero we only think of our flesh-pits- . nnd whether wo have enough for tho long dark of tho winter, If wo havo meat enough, then there is no need to think. I havo meat and to spnrol" I saw that I had Insulted him by crediting him with thought. On another occasion I asked an unusually intelligent Eskimo, Panlgpak, who had taken part In Peary's last North Polar expedition: "Tell me, what did you suppose was tho object of all your exertions? What did you think when you saw the land disappear behind you and you found yourself out on the drifting v .They Shall , Enough to Eat. Be,-8ur- e That Troubles la That t Advance SHOWINGS!! Of Spring;" Merchandise r ft t are ready for your inspection in our Dress Goods section. Serges in Blacks, Blues, Browns, Tans, Fancy Dress Goods in Grays, Blues, Tans, all the leading shades in Wool Fabrics represented. GREATEST LINE Of Wash Dress Goods you have ever seen " in Ratines,. Gros Grains Charmuese, Russian Cords. Voiles, Piques and Raime Cloth. LINENS. Hold a: stronp nlace .; this season fnr ladies fi shep-ftK4e- C ' wearing apparel, Brown Linens in smoothe X and rough effects! 'White Linens in light as well as heary weights'are represented in our a. spring showing; 1 t i - v GINGHAMS e -- : - n Our assortment of Spring Ginghams) is the pick of the best mills in the business: Our ' line that sells for 10c per yard is thbest that can be produced for this priceand'you" can easily make a selection from our assort" ment of styles.- f:r"t I I & EMBROIDERIES -- v .' It will do your soul good to 'feast your eyes on our line ot Embroideries forspring. Words in no wise can do justice to the assortment we show. i,But seeing will convince you that this store is the place to buy your Embroideries. WE HAVE PROVIDED things in a great variety of patters and 'styles in order to be sure of pleasing you. AH : V; Ziat e -- these with-.-Sran- -- ,WE: HJA8T YOUR TRADE new tbjngs. before yon? let the Merchandise do the talking. -- truly.!-':ip-jfn- ,u 'We must please you tQ jet i Will von come to. our store and give 4s a jittje time to j listro-Hungarla-n properly We will place-thes- e prob-tom-Ju- ti nan-Slavi- ! E. P. Barnes & Bro. f ', Beayef Dam, Ky. Pointed Paragraphs. 41c. I ihuj AlKtity-alc'it ', hu4-ban- !), A.-it- -- . oM-n.- ,- ityrrf titui ijiatistojiB In l'.nxWml. 1Y,i (UaJrcU of t,"w .wotiW :wo,ow pnui iiM. 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